Tag: National Historic Landmark

Kansas: Scott Lake State Park

After visiting the Keystone Gallery we headed to Historic Scott Lake State Park. There is a day pass fee of $5 per vehicle to visit Scott Lake. Visitors can camp and hike at this state park. We particularly went to visit the El Cuartelejo site. This is the site of “the remains of the northernmost

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Kansas: Wagon Bed Springs National Historic Marker

While at the Historic Adobe Museum we learned about the Wagon Bed or Lower (Cimarron) Spring. This spring was used by those traveling along the Santa Fe Trail. Due to modern farming methods the spring itself has gone dry but you can visit the estimated location of the spring – as long as you don’t

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