Stone Bridges and Waterfalls

Cottonwood River Bridge and Waterfall
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Clements Stone Arch 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 car travel now but is still one of the ‘must sees’ when you visit Chase County.
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Other Bridges in Chase County

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Chase County State Lake Waterfalls
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TLC Marketing joins the Chamber!

TLC Marketing joins the Chamber!

The Chase County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to welcome TLC Marketing Consultants to our membership! Using social, digital and traditional marketing assets, TLC Marketing Consultants develops platforms and strategies to connect business and customers – creatively and engagingly. Company services include social media management, digital advertising, website development, media buying, public relations, sponsorship negotiation,…

Open~Closed~Canceled

Open~Closed~Canceled

updated 7/7/2020 PLEASE CONTACT ANY BUSINESS OR PLACE YOU PLAN TO VISIT! Many places in Chase County have made changes to the way they do business due to COVID-19 Please contact the business or place you plan to visit to find out how this change concerns your visit! Most are open and welcome your business…

2020 River Suite Canceled

With deep consideration the board of directors of the Chase County Chamber of Commerce has canceled this event.

Support Local Businesses in this time of adversity!

Support Local Businesses in this time of adversity!

Please contact individual businesses for a variety of options for eating, groceries or other merchandise. Many businesses are busy behind the scenes filling the needs of our community. If you have a need or are able to offer help reach out to us, please. Above all, stay home!

Small town, big roles! Toni Schneider works for the community she loves

Small town, big roles! Toni Schneider works for the community she loves

By Brogan Gillmore During the hot spring days of late May, Chase County holds its annual rodeo, with bull riding, mutton busting, calf scrambles and plenty of beer. And in the thick of it all is Toni Schneider, director of the Chase County Chamber of Commerce, and arguably one of the most involved people in…

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