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Stockton, Kansas

  • Webster Lake & State Park

    7 miles west of Stockton on Highway 24 or 10 miles north of Zurich on Highway 258 from K-18. The 3,780 acre lake has campgrounds, picnic areas, swimming, volleyball courts, shower houses, shelters, h...
    Webster Lake & State Park

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Rooks State Fishing Lake

Camping - Fishing - Hunting - Picnicking
No Fee - Financed by hunting and fishing license sales

Stockton, KS Recreation

Rooks County Courthouse

In 1923 a new courthouse replaced the native stone structure of 1881. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Rooks County Courthouse is a source of local pride. A permanent memorial in front of the courthouse honors individuals who served in the nation's armed services.

Stockton, KS Historic Courthouses

Old Log Hotel

The Old Log Hotel is Stockton's first hotel erected in 1871. Joseph McNulty, the owner, operated it for cattlemen moving west. The original site is across the street to the north where Stockton High School currently is.

Stockton, KS Pioneer Life

Carnegie Library

The Stockton Library was built in 1911 by money received from Andrew Carnegie. In 1984

Stockton, KS Carnegie Libraries

Rooks County Historical Museum

Rooks County's French Canadian and German ancestry and the region's history can be reviewed at the Museum where the past is preserved for both present and future generations. The museum contains tourist information, local history exhibits, and genealogy capabilities.

Stockton, KS Museums

Things to do near Stockton, KS

Cawker City Cemeteries

Prairie Grove Cemetery and Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery are located 1/2 mile north of the city limits on Lake Driv...

Cedar Bluff Fishing

Cedar Bluff has been recognized nationally for its black bass and crappie fisheries. ...