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Outdoor Recreation Recreational facilities include a modern municipal swimming pool, hard-surfaced tennis courts, city park playgrounds, theatre, the Cedar Bluff reservoir recreational area on K-147 highway only 27 miles northeast. Good fishing is provided from the waters of the Cedar Bluff reservoir, Goodman Lake (located just five miles southeast of ness City), and the Pawnee and Walnut creeks. Pheasants, deer and dove make great sport during each of their seasons.


Come visit us in Ness City, Kansas

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Ness County Historical Museum

The Historical Museum is housed in the old Beardslee Brothers General Store which originally was a building owned by Ross Calhoun, the father of Ness City. When a fire destroyed the building in 1899, the present building was built with supplies from the razed Calhoun House and sugar mill.

Ness City, KS Museums

Ness County Bank Building

The four-story, 18,700 sq. ft. stone building at the intersection of Main Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, in Ness City, Kansas, was called, upon its completion in 1890, "The finest and most imposing structure west of Topeka." In February, 1972, the building was placed on the

Ness City, KS Historic Buildings

Ness City's First Schoolhouse

The pioneer Pembleton family purchased the Old Echo Print Shop, a small native stone building built in 1882

Ness City, KS Historic Schoolhouses

Corporal Noah V. Ness Statue

A vital link that ties centuries and generations together are the stories of our heritage and the documents and monuments that recapture them.

Ness City, KS Arts

Ness County Veterans Memorial Park

This memorial honors Ness County Veterans, with a special remembrance to those who made the ultimate sacrifice when answering their country'

Ness City, KS Memorials

Things to do Recreation near Ness City, KS