McDill

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The Center is the ideal place to get together. Whether your needs are for a small business meeting room, a larger conference room, or...

Old Maid’s Pool

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The Old Maid's Pool, an ancient sinkhole long thought to be bottomless, is 125 yards in diameter apparently with neither inlet nor outlet. Its...

Oakley Country Club

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We have a challenging nine-hole, grass greens golf course where you can play anytime.rn

Sod House

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The sod house shows the ingenuity of the homesteaders. The late 19th century dwelling exhibits furniture, clothing and other artifacts of pioneer life on...

Herndon Ball Diamond

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A tribute to the early citizens of Herndon is still standing today in the Herndon City Park. The Herndon Ball Diamond is a remarkable...

Resurrection Window

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by Stan DetrixheThe Phillipsburg United Methodist Church wanted a stained glass window of Jesus. They contacted artisan, Stan Detrixhe, who had worked on large...

Fort Wallace

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Fort Wallace was first called Camp Pond Creek and was established in September, 1865, about one-and-a-half miles southwest of present Wallace. The soldiers...

Last Indian Raid Museum

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The Decatur County Museum is a celebration of prairie life. You can step back into the past by visiting the one-room schoolhouse, 1885 depot...

Trail Rides

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The historic Butterfield Trail is a popular trail that people still use for trail rides today. The Butterfield Overland Dispatch Trail surveyed in 1865...
Almena Windmill Collection

Windmill Collection

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Sunflower Pioneer Power grounds are located in the block at the north end of town with a restored village of the late 1800s with...