Prowers County represents rural life at its finest. The wholesome vitality of our friendly attractive communities reflects the
diversity of our agricultural heritage coupled with the opportunities of modern technology and exportation of renewable energy.
Located in the fertile Arkansas River Valley, the surrounding agricultural
landscape features wide-open spaces with panoramic views of irrigated corn and alfalfa fields,
as well as dryland wheat fields. This semi-arid climate is favorable to livestock production and offers
an average of 340 days of sunshine annually. Communities within Prowers County are known for their
hometown friendliness and character, and offer many incentives for those relocating businesses and homes.
Visitors and guests can find a variety of recreational activities, historically significant
sites and western traditions to visit or attend year round in Prowers County. Many fine restaurants
and places to stay afford comfort and convenience.