Car Rentals Pretty Prairie
Cheap Car Rentals Pretty Prairie
We’re proud to offer the best car rental deals in Pretty Prairie, Kansas. Whether you’re looking for a cheap car rental or a luxury vehicle, we’ve got options for you. Our fleet includes everything from SUVs and sedans to trucks and vans.
When it comes to getting the best deal on your next car rental, we recommend taking advantage of our specials. We offer discounts on our already-low prices for weekly rentals, as well as for multiple-day trips.
If you need additional space for your trip, consider renting an SUV or minivan. Our SUVs are perfect for families and road trips, while our vans are great for moving or hauling large items.
We have plenty of great options at our rental center in Pretty Prairie, Kansas—so whether it’s a one-way trip or a multi-day trip, we can help you find the perfect vehicle!
Pretty Prairie, Kansas is a town of about 500 people. It’s located in the center of the state and surrounded by cornfields and farmland. The town has one main street with a few businesses and restaurants on it, as well as some local shops that are open during the week.
Pretty Prairie is part of the Pawnee County School District, which includes three elementary schools: Pretty Prairie Elementary School, Pawnee City Elementary School, and Rural School District #13 Elementary School. There are also two middle schools: Pretty Prairie Junior High School and Rural Middle School District #1 Middle School. There is only one high school in Pawnee County: Pretty Prairie High School. All four schools have athletic teams for both boys’ and girls’ sports as well as cheerleading squads for both boys’ and girls’ teams. In addition to these sports programs, there is also a drama club at Pretty Prairie High School that performs several plays throughout the year—often including one longer play called “The Wizard of Oz” that is performed by students from all four junior high schools in Pawnee County over two nights at the end of May each year since 2016 (with plans to continue this tradition until 2021).