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There are over 235 known caves on private land in southeast Comanche County. They are in the northern part of the Permian Basin, a geological formation which includes Carlsbad Caverns and Alabaster Caverns. Groups come to this area to study the bat caves. One cave in this area once held a still which supplied bootleg whiskey to pioneers.


Phone: 620-582-2705

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Comanche County Historical Museum

A Stan Herd mural painted in 1986 introduces visitors to the Comanche County Historical Museum. The museum showcases people, events, memorabilia and artifacts from earlier times.

Coldwater, KS Museums


Lake Coldwater

Lake Coldwater is the only city, county, or state lake in southwest Kansas that permits water-related sports. It is a 250 acre man-made lake in a 930 acre park within the Coldwater City limits.

Coldwater, KS Recreation

Coldwater Country Club

The Coldwater Country Club features a beautiful course that will prove a challenge to every golfer with a unique 10 hole, par 39 course. Elevated grass greens demand a precise short game. Long fairways and water hazards require accurate drives from the tee box. Green fees are just $5

Coldwater, KS Golf Courses

Comanche County Court House - 1927

The Comanche County Courthouse in Coldwater, Kansas was built in 1927. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. The building replaced a wood frame courthouse from c. 1890 which was destroyed by a fire in 1921.

Coldwater, KS Historic Courthouses

Things to do Natural Attractions near Coldwater, KS

Caves

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