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Pioneer Days

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Event# 620-879-2918

Event Details

Rural History in Action with many of the old machines in use. Family fun. Parades, flea markets, games for the youth, Tractors, engines, quilt show, door prizes, crafters in action, tractor pulls, auction, raffles, good food, modern restrooms and showers, camper electric is available.

Pioneer Days

Address : 3.5 miles north of Caney, Ks on Highway 75 Caney KS
Phone : 620-879-2918   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : beje@wildblue.net

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Admission Fee : Admission is by donation

Tractor Shows

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Opera House/Elk's Hall

The popular Truskett Opera House which was built in 1907 burned along with other businesses in 1910 having a $50,000 loss. The Caney Elk's Club acquired the opera house facilities and rebuilt a building for club use. Their "Elk's Hall"

Caney, KS Opera Houses

Civil War Cannon

Wark Memorial Park is also the location of the "Walkingstick," an old cannon of Civil War vintage which is one of fewer than 75 of its kind in the nation.

Caney, KS Monuments

Old Jail

The first city jail was built in 1888 of native sandstone at a cost of $27.00. The town "Marshall" was W.V. Toner.

Caney, KS Pioneer History

Hotel and Stage Coach Stop

This 1889 Hotel and Stage Coach Stop was constructed from native sandstone quarried from Chochran's Hill north of Caney. The basement was used to store winter ice cut from the Caney River.

Caney, KS Historic Buildings

Gen. George H. Wark Memorial Park

This city park was established in 1919 in memory of Caney's Company D who participated in World War I. Gen. George H. Wark organized Co. D, 3rd Kansas Infantry and mustered the first units of the Kansas Army National Guard into federal service at Caney's Elk's Hall, May 19, 1917

Caney, KS Memorials

Things to do near Caney, KS