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Lake Scott Car Show and Big Buck Poker Run

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Lake Scott Car Show and Big Buck Poker Run

At the annual Lake Scott Car Show and Big Buck Poker Run visitors are welcome to stroll through the Scott City Park on South Main and enjoy the outstanding craftsmanship of area rodders the third weekend in August.

Park on the grass; 50/50 Pot; Door Prices; Trophies Participant voting; Games; DJ all day; Poker Run; Hog Roast for participants; Lake Cruze; Movie in the Park; 150 cars. Check scottcityks.org for lodging!

Lake Scott Car Show and Big Buck Poker Run

Address : City Park Scott City KS
Phone : 620-214-9039   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free to public

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