Monuments, swimming, play ground equipment/
Elmore Park offers 28 public spaces with hookups, dump sites, and drinking water.
$10.00 per night for campers at improved sites, with or without electricity; $2.00 per night for tents at sites without hookups. Travel North on 3
Built in 1875, Colonel Cook's Home is a showpiece of historical and architectural spendor. It once housed the Bath Funeral Home.
Recreational opportunities abound with the Neosho River offering fine fishing for catfish, bass, and the annual paddlefish season occurring in Mid-to-late March. In fact, Chetopa is the "Catfish Capital of Kansas"
The Chetopa Museum has many artifacts detailing the history of the town, newspaper microfilms, and genealogical research.
Walter Johnson Park - Campground with full RV hookups, restrooms, fairgrounds, arena, playground, horseshoe pits, recreation ...