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Kingman, Kansas

  • Kingman Parks

    * City Park - Cross Ninnescah on Main * Champlin Park - East 54 * Water Tower Park - 900 N. Main * Broadway Park - 600 N. Broadway ...
    Kingman Parks
  • Riverside Park

    Riverside ParkKingman's Riverside Park is the only island park in Kansas and is complete with a walking path, baseball fields, horseshoe pits, swimming pool, two play areas, fairgrounds, rodeo arena, sand volleybal...
    Riverside Park

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Cannonball Stageline Highway

Donald R. Green was originally from Kentucky but learned to ride a stage coach while living in Montana. Hearing about how people were moving westward through Kansas during the late 1800s beyond where the railroads ended, he saw a financial opportunity.

Kingman, KS Landmarks

Former Santa Fe Depot

In March, 1999, the Santa Fe Depot was purchased by a private citizen from the Central Kansas Railway and later deeded to The Santa Fe Depot Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. The railroad itself has been purchased by the Watco Co., Pittsburg, KS, who operate the railroad as Kansas &

Kingman, KS Railroad History

First National Bank Building

The First National Bank building is listed on the National Register of Historical Places.

Kingman, KS Historic Buildings

Kingman Library Clock

Among the really historical relics of Kingman which is seen perhaps most often, and appreciated for its historical value, is the Library Clock, over 100 years old. The old clock kept time in Peter Miller'

Kingman, KS Artifacts

Kingman County Courthouse

The Kingman County Courthouse is also on the National Register and is worth a look. The stairs are massive, like many of the old courthouses, but these are really different. The railings are made of one piece of limestone that's probably close to 20 feet long and at least 12 to 18

Kingman, KS Historic Courthouses

Things to do near Kingman, KS

Methodist Church

A wood frame building was built to be the first church in Sylvia. In 1911 the board members realized the church was too small...