2019 Featured Businesses
1879 Stone House1879 Stone House
This artfully revitalized stone house built on the cusp of the US migration to the west in 1879 is ready to host your Flint Hills Get-A-Way! With 3 bedrooms, 2-1/2 baths the 1879 Stone House will sleep up to 8 guests. What to bring? . . . Just bring your toothbrush (perhaps just a few more things also) This guesthouse is fully furnished and appointed with the latest in modern conveniences and furnishings. Take a look around at this place . . . original native limestone walls . . . seasoned oak floors, tall ceilings and old-time character . . . you will just feel the stress drop off of you when you walk in the front door!
Ad Astra Food and DrinkAd Astra Food and Drink Contact: Gwen Shirkey
318 Cottonwood Street PO Box 213 Strong City KS 66869
Ad Astra Food & Drink is a new American restaurant located along Scenic Byway 177 in Strong City. We offer everything from meat-and-potato meals to vegan and gluten-free fare. We have a full bar and offer craft beers on tap.
At Ad Astra, we are committed to partnering with local and regional companies to provide you with the freshest and best products available. Whether it’s a craft beer from Free State, Tallgrass, or Boulevard Brewing; air-roasted coffee from The Roasterie; locally raised, humanely processed bison, longhorn, and chicken; or seasonal produce, you can trust that Ad Astra is committed to the quality you deserve. Reservations recommended. Call (620) 273-8440 anytime of the week.
All in Fitness 24/7, LLCAll in Fitness 24/7, LLC Contact: Jessica Murphy
Welcome to All In Fitness 24/7. We are a 24/7, keycard accessible gym. We offer cardio equipment, selector sized equipment, as well as free weights. We have monthly memberships, 3 month memberships, and 12 month memberships. A single monthly membership is $40.00 plus tax. Senior Citizens and students are $25.00 plus tax per month, and Family Memberships (which include 2 adults and 1 child) are $87.00 plus tax per month. If you wanting 3 month membership prices and 12 month membership prices please email or facebook me and I will get you those prices.
Aunt Kate’s CottageAunt Kate’s Cottage
Aunt Kate’s Cottage is a reflection of the McNee Family legacy in Chase County which began in the 1800’s. Revitalized from a vacant lot, this two bedroom, two bath guesthouse incorporates reclaimed material and architectural salvage from historic box cars, local retail buildings and area ranches . . . including the McNee Farm in Elmdale!
Burnley Memorial LibraryBurnley Memorial Library
401 Oak St Cottonwood Falls KS 66845 United States
Monday – 4pm – 9pm
Wednesday – 2pm – 5pm
Friday – 10am – 3pm
Saturday – 2pm – 5pm
Butler Community CollegeButler Community College Contact: Sharon Rogers
901 S. Haverhill Road El Dorado KS 67042-3280 United States
Butler Community College exists to develop responsible, involved lifelong learners and to contribute to the vitality of the communities it serves.
Butler will be the Learning College of Choice for the Region, engaging students and other stakeholders in exceptional instructional programs and services that directly relate to their needs and prepare them for success.
Camp Wood YMCACamp Wood YMCA
1101 Camp Wood Road Elmdale KS 66850 United States
Kids and Family Camps: Let the kids take a break and experience traditional camp, or specialty camps for paintball, horseback riding, and skateboarding. Even better, bring the whole family for a fun filled weekend at Camp Wood.
Retreats and Reunions: Get away from the four walls that confine you! Camp Wood understands that every group has different goals and needs. Our trained and experienced staff will work closely with each group to customize programs that address specific group needs. Whether it’s departmental relations, internal communications, or just needing to get away from the usual surroundings, we’ll help you build the perfect retreat. With ample lodging, meeting rooms and dining services available, groups can concentrate on the business at hand.
Camping and RV Parking in Cottonwood FallsCamping and RV Parking in Cottonwood Falls
Located on the Southeast corner of Highway 177 and 210 Road (behind Dollar General)
Managed by the City of Cottonwood Falls (620-273-6666)
There are 5 campsites available in the park. The sites are first come, tent and RV campers are welcome– first serve, water & electric hook ups costing $15 a night. Restrooms and showers are available as well as dump sites.
Bates Grove Park
Located north of the Historic Cottonwood River Bridge. Tent camping is free, utilities are limited to portable restrooms only.
Center for Living EducationCenter for Living Education
102 N. Reed Street, Suite A Matfield Green KS 66862
Center For Living Education has up to 999 square footage art space with up to 4 employees.
Chase County Care and Rehabilitation CenterChase County Care and Rehabilitation Center
Medicare and Medicaid certified 24 hour skilled nursing services, full rehabilitation services, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy. Short term and respite care available. Rated America’s Best Nursing Home by Us News and World Report.
Chase County Chamber of CommerceChase County Chamber of Commerce
“We honor and preserve our legacy and connection to the land and each other, by restoring all who experience our unspoiled Flint Hills.”
Chase County Brand Mission
Chase County CourthouseChase County Courthouse
Hours: Self Guided tours available weekdays 8am-5pm (except government holidays). Tour brochures are available in the foyer of the courthouse and at the Chase County Chamber Office located at 318 Broadway.
Guided Group tours available (10+ people) by appointment, 12-4 pm. Monday – Friday and Saturdays (April – November) Call the Chase County Chamber at 620-273-8469 to schedule a tour.
The Chase County Courthouse is the oldest courthouse in the Midwest still in daily use. Completed in 1873, the Courthouse is built from native limestone that was quarried and hand-cut in the Flint Hills. The limestone blocks were then brought to the Courthouse by horse-drawn wagons; some stones weighed nearly seven tons. Over 140 years later, the Courthouse is unmatched in durability and design, and remains a living tribute to its builders and the Flint Hills pioneers.
Highlights include a three-story black walnut spiral staircase, a working courtroom with embossed tin ceiling, jury room and judge’s chamber, and the unique solidly built jail with steel door.