I don’t know if he still makes custom boots and saddles, but his sign let me know we were on our way to Deep Creek. I should of stopped, I like custom boots!!
This is Chris Barr’s Cabin
The sign by the road said:
Cabin was found in house when house was torn down in 1962
Refurbished by Zendale Senior Citizens 1992
Deep Creek Waterfall is located at Pillsbury Crossing along Deep Creek. Named for J.H Pillsbury who settled here in 1855. A low water crossing, a drive of 100′ through a few inches of water. It is impassable during high water. The 59 acres were donated to Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks in 1967, it is one of the most scenic areas of the Northern Flint Hills.
Pillsbury Crossing at Deep Creek
Deep Creek Waterfall, yes you are in Kansas!! And yes there were SNAKES!! Okay, I only saw ONE, but I had to look at it more than once to make sure it was still there so that counts for SNAKES. I took a picture of it, but I was SO far away, running the other direction with Wylie in one arm and trying to take the photo. It was just a blur.
Up on the bank on the north side of the falls, a great view of the crossing and falls. There is a short hiking trail, good fishing and during normal flow you can canoe or kayak, no swimming. Camping only by special permit.