Thousands of years ago great glaciers carved out beautiful hills and valleys, leaving sprinklings of rocks and minerals and a home for magnificent groves of oaks. This area just northeast of Seward is locally known as the Bohemian Alps, a place of quiet and natural beauty for all to enjoy.
If you travel out the metro area and north on 140th Rd off Hwy 34, then west on Oak Grove Road, savor the Seward County scenery — go slowly…the hills are full of wild turkeys and deer. Look up and you may see a hawk and an occasional vulture circling. At the Wildlife Management Area you’re apt to hear meadowlarks, pheasants or quail. Bobcats, wild boar and a stray mountain lion have been sited on rare occasions. The quiet is luxurious, broken only by an occasional cricket or the sound of the wind through the trees.