Belleville, Kansas

Belleville, Kansas

The Belleville townsite was organized in September of 1869. It was called Belleville in honor of the wife of one of its citizens, Arabelle.

Today, Belleville, at the "Crossroads of America" on Hwys. 81 and 36, welcomes you to its down home lifestyle and at the same time hosting such nationally famous events as the National Midget Race Car races and the Mid-America Cruise-In at the Crossroads Car Show. Visit Belleville and experience its true sense of pride.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Boyer Museum of Animated Carvings

The Boyer Museum of Animated Carvings houses a large collection of animated carvings and motion displays by local folk artist Paul Boyer. His artwork is amazing, unique, humorous and entertaining. His animated displays have been a highlight of the NCK Free Fair for over 20

Belleville, KS Arts

Belleville High Banks

The Belleville High Banks is a historic dirt track built in the 1920's for racing events that encompassed everything from horse races to motorcycles. The track brings more than race cars and drivers to North Central Kansas, but rather an atmosphere of excitement and enthusiasm to the famed "

Belleville, KS Car Races

Rocky Pond Recreation Area

This scenic spot offers showers, picnic areas, fishing, playground equipment and full utility hookups all in a shady spot that is wheelchair accessible.

Belleville, KS Recreation

City Recreation

Public Swimming Pool, 804 M Street Five softball/baseball fields

Belleville, KS Recreation

Things to do near Belleville, KS

Wohlfort Mansion

The 3-story mansion was built in the early 1890s by Thure Wohlfort, one of the original colonists of New Scandinavia (Scandia...

Republic County Courthouse

TheRepublic County Courthouse is an Art Deco style of architecture and is listed on National Register of Historic Placs and t...