Dwight, Kansas is located on scenic highway K-57 on the horseshoe plateau above the Flint Hills in Northeast Morris County. Our water flows Southeast to the Neosho River or Northwest to the Republic River. Dwight businesses include: Oatie Beef, Classic Auto Parts, Rural Water District #1, Library, Farmer’s State Bank, Post Office, Dwight RFD and Dwight City Office. our annual events are: Easter egg hunt, Memorial Day Dinner, Trunk or Treat and Christmas Cantata. Summerfest is held every five years with the next one held in 2022. TCT provides fiber optics in Dwight. The Dwight Community Development Corporation has office space ready to occupy on Main Street. The Swartz School Museum is open for visitors.


  • 263 Residents 

  • 5,711 in Morris County


  • $66,720 Median Home Price

  • $769/month Median Rental Price


  • 15 miles to Morris County Hospita

  • 15 miles to Family Health Center of Morris County

  • 3 Religious Centers

  • Broadband providers

    • TCT, Century Link


  • 1 Public Facility

  • 1 Local Park

Childcare & Schools

  • USD 417

  • Prairie Heights Elementary

  • Council Grove Junior High School

  • Council Grove High School


  • Sales Tax: 9.2%

  • Top Employers:

    • Farmer's State Bank

    • Rural Water District #1

    • City of Dwight

Retail & Dining

  • 1 Restaurant

Distance to Regional Centers

  • Fort Riley: 27 miles

  • Junction City: 22 miles

  • Manhattan: 31 miles