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Louisburg, Kansas

  • Club of the Country

    Club of the CountryThe Club of the Country near Louisburg is a private 18-Hole golf course with some of the most challenging holes in the county. The club, formerly called Rabbit Creek Golf Club, is located on 215 acre...
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Louisburg Cider Mill

The Louisburg Cider Mill is widely known for its natural, fresh apple cider pressed right on the spot in the 120-plus year old barn. The renovated, classic, old hay barn and its attendant 80

Louisburg, KS Venue Attractions

Club of the Country

The Club of the Country near Louisburg is a private 18-Hole golf course with some of the most challenging holes in the county. The club, formerly called Rabbit Creek Golf Club, is located on 215 acres of rolling hills southeast of Louisburg.

Louisburg, KS Golf Courses

Powell Observatory

The Powell Observatory is located just north of Louisburg far enough from the Kansas City metropolitan lights to provide clear observations. Powell Observatory has the largest telescope in a five state area. The main telescope has a 30"

Louisburg, KS Observatories

Rutlader Outpost

Come and see everything we have to offer at our old-west outpost! We have quality Antiques, Collectibles, Crafts and much more. Our Outpost Complex contains a Middle Creek Opry Show, Gift Shop & RV Park, Antique & Trading Co., Furniture &

Louisburg, KS Venue Attractions

Cedar Cove - Feline Conservatory

Located just 4 miles east of Louisburg, Kansas on Highway 68

Louisburg, KS Zoos

Things to do near Louisburg, KS

Roe Collection at Donnelly College

The Roe Collection, a historical record of Black Americans, is on display year-round on the ground floor of Donnelly. It incl...

Irene B French Community Center

The Irene B French Community Center is located in a renovated historic school building that was once the home the Merriam Gra...

Silverheels Residence

This is the former residence of Shawnee Indian, John Silverheels built in 1830. Silverheels was given 800 acres in Northeast ...