This was a little anticlimactic, we went to the coordinates listed and it took us to a back road in the middle of nowhere (and after looking at the GPS location, it looked like we were about a mile from where the actual corners of the state meet). Wouldn’t suggest taking the time to go to this location.
Makes for a great picture and an opportunity to stretch on a road trip. Definitely off the high way and it is at the end of an old, abandoned looking service road.
You get to stand in 3 states....but it's dull in the sense that it's sort of in a weird area, people have put graffiti on the plaque, just doesn't feel all that interesting.
Very anticlimactic but a quirky stop for a photo opp how often can u say u stood in 3 states at once
It’s a cool place for a photo op. It’s a little out of the way at the end of a gravel road but it’s easy to get to off the interstate.
It’s not much more than a cool slab. But, it’s worth stopping to get a break and a nice photo.
There’s not really too much of an explanation (no plaque with information) and it looks like the old monument is right beside it. It has no explanations, either, and it’s covered in graffiti.
But, overall, it’s not too bad a place to stop.
A couple of Kansas natives, now KCMO transplants here! Loved this attraction! Just off the highway and easy to find!
Visited this place on 05/26/2020. This was a fun quick stop (10 min) during or road trip. The spot is at the end of a gravel road, but most cars should not have any trouble reaching this point even after it rained. The GPS, using the roadtrippers map did not seem to recognizance the new roundabout yet, but was dead on when it comes to the spot. Asking Siri, we where able to stand in all of the 3 different states if we took some distance from the point. Kinda a cool experience.
Easy quick stop. Wish they would make it stand out a little more.
Getting there at 4am and it being dark was a bit scary. You have to turn down a dirt road though the woods and end up in the middle of nowhere along the highway. It was super dark and there was just a slab stamped in the middle. Cool but kinda weird. No signs or anything to show you you’ve come to the right place. The gps was spot on though. You think you are going to the casino but...turn left into the woods. Creepy but correct!
My kids enjoyed this. I would suggest using GPS to find where the states meet (dead end of state line road), drop a pin, and then get directions to the pin. Took us right to it!
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Stand on Three States: Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma
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