The PrairyArt Path is an ongoing project by Bill McBride that preserves and protects the prairie while creating a place where people can experience and connect with nature.
Visitors walk four miles of path through prairie with dramatic views, remnants of historic cattle pens, and sculpture. The Path is open to the public.
Go to billmcbridestudio.com for details of path and sculpture. Sculptural works include:
Dry-stacked Stone Arch Bridge
The path continues up on the hills above the tracks and across the highway looping into town. Work is ongoing with new trails and installations appearing each year.