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Hugoton Gas Derrick


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Hugoton Gas Derrick The gas well that was dug into the Hugoton Gas Field in 1945 is still producing today. The well equipment is on display at the location of the well in the Museum Complex.


Hours: 1:00-5:00 Monday - Friday
2:00-4:00 Saturday & Sunday
Other times by appointment .
Address: 905 S. Adams
Phone: 620-544-8751

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Early Methodist Church

The Early Methodist Church was built in 1905-1906 and was the second church built in Hugoton. Currently the church is being used by St. Timothy's Episcopal Church congregation each Sunday. Located in the Museum Complex.

Hugoton, KS Historic Churches

Stevens County Gas & Historical Museum

The Stevens County Gas & Historical Museum was dedicated on May 16, 1961. It was established as a memento of the Hugoton Gas Field and the progressive development of Stevens County. Currently, the gas well, drilled in 1945,is still producing. The 1945

Hugoton, KS Museums

Hugoton 1887 Historic Home

The Early Dwelling House in Hugoton was built in 1886-1887 by B.E. Stehlt. Stehle was the first druggist in Hugoton, Kansas. The house is currenty furnished as it would have been for a family in 1885, and is located in the Museum Complex.

Hugoton, KS Museums

City Parks

There are three parks within the city limits, with City Park

Hugoton, KS Recreation

Hugoton Municipal Golf Course

This nine-hole municipal course consists of lush bluegrass fairways, grass greens and a few sand traps. A driving range is situated just east of the first hole. The course is open from daylight to dark, 365 days a year, weather permitting. A new clubhouse was erected in 1999

Hugoton, KS Golf Courses

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