All roads leading to Westmoreland boast beautiful
Flint Hills scenery. Endless views of the
prairie, breathtaking sunsets and settling
midwest breezes make taking a
day trip to the Historic City on the
Oregon Trail effortless.
PLAN A ROAD TRIP TO WESTMORELAND
As you arrive town, a variety of shopping, dining and recreation awaits. Browse antiques and handmade goods at multiple locally-owned shops while eating fresh-baked sweet treats from Morning Glory Bakery.
Stop in for photo ops with the Oregon Trail Park Sculpture. Enjoy fried pickles and family-style entrees from the South 40 cafe. Reflect at the
Veterans Memorial on Main street. Don't forget
to grab a snack at the Oregon Trail Market for
your drive out of town!
HISTORIC CITY ON THE OREGON TRAIL
Downtown Westmoreland is bursting with unique shops full of antiques, wares, handmade products and re-purposed goods. Westmoreland offers a full service salon, downtown park, the Oregon Trail Market, and The West Pharm--our local pharmacy that also offers handy household/car items, unique gifts and an ice cream
Westmoreland is home to rich history and landmarks for the town, region and nation! Did you know one of Westmoreland's own was a featured Marlboro Man? Take some time to visit the Oregon Trail Park, Historical Museum, Veteran's Memorial on Mainstreet or the 2nd oldest Hand-Dug Well!
Westmoreland serves as the County Seat and sits near-center in Pottawatomie County, minutes from neighboring communities such as Manhattan, Wamego and Onaga. Events, community programs and volunteerism drive community efforts.