Rossville Trails

Toadstrangler Trail

A Privately-Owned Trail for the Public

Toadstrangler Trail is a public trail on
privately-owned land that runs along beautiful Cross Creek in southwest Rossville, Kansas. Through a partnership with Toadstrangler Farms, the Rossville Community Foundation, and the City of Rossville, this natural path trail was made possible.

Trail Rules:

  • The trail is open dawn to dusk daily
  • No overnight parking, camping, or campfires
  • NO motorized vehicles
  • Leave NO trash behind – pack it in, pack it out
  • No smoking, tobacco products, vaping, alcohol, or drugs
  • No hunting, no discharge of firearms or fireworks
  • Leashed dogs only, dispose of dog waste properly
  • Stay on the designated trail, NO trespassing on adjacent private property including Cross Creek

Failure to comply with these rules will lead to a permanent ban from the Toadstrangler Trail

Report any problems to the Rossville City Police (785) 584-6047  OR CALL 911

Report trail maintenance issues to Rossville City Hall (785) 584-6155

Trail users do so at their own risk and by using the trail waive all claims of injury or property damage

Rossville Community Trail

Coming Soon!

Estimated groundbreaking:
Fall/Winter 2023!

The Rossville Community trail will be a new concrete path surrounding the Rossville Junior-Senior High School property. It will added much-needed infrastructure connecting the existing City Park sidewalks to the Rossville Community Pool, the RJHS property perimeter, and the residents of Oakley Place and the Citizen Band Potawatomi residential neighborhood.

The Rossville Community Foundation has secured several public and private grants to help get the project started. But local dollars from individual and business donors will help us match these grants–please email us if you are interested in making a financial contribution!