city in Cowley County, Kansas, United States

Winfield is a city in Kansas, in the United States of America.


Get inEdit

By carEdit

Winfield is served by two US highways: US 160, which runs east-west, and US 77, which runs north-south. US 160 meets up with Interstate 35 south of Wichita. US 77 meets up with Interstate 35 just north of Wichita.

By planeEdit

Get aroundEdit

For the most part, Winfield is arranged in a grid around the two highways that intersect inside the city.



  • Walnut Valley Music Festival. A bluegrass music festival held annually in Winfield. The WVF is well known for its picking and fiddling contests. The next festival will be September 12–16, 2007. Adult tickets range from $18-$80, depending on the number of days you wish to attend and how early you buy the tickets. Children ages 6-11 can get in for $5 at the door, and children under age 6 are admitted free.
  • Island Park. At the north end of the city. It can be a good place for rest stops or picnics.


Along highway 77, there are a couple of grocery and retail stores side by side with a gas station in the parking lot. This makes a good stopping place for travelers.




Go nextEdit

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