Located at the confluence of the Arkansas and Little Arkansas rivers, Wichita is the largest city in the state. It is a busy rail and highway junction, as well as being a major aircraft manufacturing center. Approximately one-fifth of the state's population live there. Local attractions include many museums, a world-class zoo and botanical gardens, wildlife and Native American centers. Wichita was founded in 1864 as a trading post on the site of a village of the Wichita Indians, and it owes its early development to the Texas cattle trade along the Chisholm Trail.
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Rockwood Homes Association
Provides information on neighborhood news and events, home owner meetings, and recreational facility. Includes contact form, interactive map and local links.
Wichita Area Chamber of Commerce
Official site contains an overview of the community, news, employment information and local events.