Stone Bridges and Waterfalls

Clements Bridge
The historic Clements Stone Arch Bridge is the largest bridge of its type in the State of Kansas. The bridge was constructed, starting in 1886, entirely of native limestone and is a humped, or camel back, design making it nearly impossible to see a car coming from the other direction. The bridge is closed to travel now but is still one of the ‘must sees’ when you visit Chase County.
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Cottonwood River Bridge and Waterfall
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Chase County State Lake Waterfalls
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Cottonwood Falls named “MOST BEAUTIFUL TOWN in ALL 50 STATES” – Kansas by Expedia Travel

One city in each of the fifty states made the list and Cottonwood Falls was selected to represent Kansas https://viewfinder.expedia.com/features/beautiful-towns-50-states/

March 2017 Events

· –       Every Friday Night 7:30pm “Emma Chase Friday Night Music” in Cottonwood Falls ·-       March 1- 7, The Chisholm Trail: Driving the American West Traveling Exhibit at the Symphony in the Flint Hills Gallery · –       March 3, 9:00am-3:00pm Kydzone Extreme (SOS), Swope Park Community Building, Cottonwood Falls · –       March 4, Symphony in…

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