CANTON, Kan. (AP) The Maxwell Wildlife Refuge in central Kansas will be the site of a three-day re-enactment of life in the state during the early 1800s.
The annual mountain man rendezvous takes place Friday through Sunday at the refuge, located six miles north of Canton in McPherson County.
The living history event is open to the public and features primitive trapper camps, teepees, Indian folklore, flint knapping and other attractions.
Primitive camping is available at no cost at the adjacent McPherson State Fishing Lake. Prairie tours of the refuge will be conducted every hour.