Veterans Day Weekend Celebration November 9 – 11, 2018 Three days of honoring our American heroes in a Veterans Day Celebration! All veterans are invited to a Welcome Reception, Parade,…
“Art in the Yard” is a one day festival with a large collection of talented artists, both local and from around the region. Bring the family and enjoy music on…
Farmers’ Market Marketplace Downtown, Skubitz Plaza Saturdays 8AM – 12PM & Tuesdays 4PM – 6PM You will find homegrown and freshly picked fruits, vegetables, herbs & more in addition to…
Welcome to the Twin Mansions: landmark Victorian residences circa 1876. Here is their story as we know it: As the Civil War ended Fort Scott began marketing to bankers and…
Stop in for a local craft beer A quiet place to have a beer, talk with friends, play a board game and enjoy a beer. Wine and bourbon are also…
Beautiful, restored theatre that is host to some of the best touring acts in the nation. Also home of Crooner’s Lounge! Private & corporate events are also welcome!
Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the new Riverfront Park, along the banks of the Marmaton River.
The tradition of the Bourbon County Fair continues as it has for more than 150 years.
Something for every member of the family! Handmade Arts & Crafts in the 4-H building. Quilt Show in the Meyers Building. This year’s Gas Engine Exhibit features Baker Made Monitor Engines.
This dairy farm has been in operation since the late 1940’s. Cows have been milked off & on throughout those years but have been continuously milking since January of 1978.
A first class park for skateboarders. Perfect for beginners through expert!
The Bunker is a firearms training facility and shooting sports retailer in historic downtown Fort Scott, KS. Offering Basic Firearms Training, Concealed Carry, Personal Protection, Basic and Advanced Pistol and Sporting Rifle, and Law Enforcement Training.
With slides, diving boards and a play area for smaller kids, the Fort Scott Aquatic is the summertime hub for Fort Scottians!
MuscleCar Station specializes in ’60s and ’70s Mopar, Ford and GM Muscle Car Restorations. Come take a stroll and remember those classic cars Detroit used to build! Maybe even take a restored car home?
Raising Elk since 1990, using everything from the herbal essence of their antlers, to the high grade meat they produce. Higher in protein than beef, your visit will conclude with a taste of these animals!
See all the sites in Fort Scott is on our 50-minute narrated Trolley Tour! Places you see will include the National Historic Site, National Cemetery No. 1, beautiful homes and mansions, landmarks, and more!
A working lavender farm, with ongoing planting, weeding, harvesting, and everything in between! Their lavender is used for bouquets, wreathes, oils, sachets, soaps, lotions, scrubs, and so much more!
While we might promise good, clean fun, we can’t promise that the fun will literally be clean. You may get some dirt on your shoes. Because, you know, this is a farm.
This 1800’s rock house is now the studio and gallery space of local award-winning clay artist Bobbi Kemna. Pottery classes are a memorable experience for all ages, individuals and small groups. Please call for more information!
Fort Scott is home to the largest collection of Gordon Parks photography in the world. The Museum hosts the Annual “Gordon Parks Celebration”, this year honoring academy award winner, Louis Gossett, Jr.
Home of the “Life in a Jar” Project, the story of Irena Sendler. Engaging, unbelievable true stories, researched and composed by students, fill the hall. A must visit in The Fort.
When Congress approved the creation of national cemeteries in 1862, the cemetery became one of 14 national cemeteries to be designated or established as such that year.
Established in 1842, from a permanent Indian frontier, though Bleeding Kansas, The Civil War, and the Railroad Expansion, Fort Scott played a vital part in the formation of our nation.
Home of Dave Regan Stadium, this state of the art baseball complex was built by retired MLB player, Adam LaRoche. It’s home for multiple tournaments throughout the season and home to the Fort Scott Tigers.
About six and a half miles of wooded trails to mountain bike or hike. Home to the Annual Marmaton Massacre & Tri-Yak-A-Thon.
This beautiful 155 acre park has seven shelter houses, two lakes for fishing and multiple playground areas. Includes an 18 hole disc golf course.
A 1,500 acre preserve for hunting, fishing and recreation. Hunt whitetail deer, buffalo, elk, turkey, duck or geese.
4 Wheel Drives, Mountain Bikes, Hikers, and UTV’s are welcome to utilize and explore the 380 acre park with miles of trails, from beginner to extreme!
A beautiful, 352 acre lake available for fishing, boating & recreation.
Named one of the best municipal course in Kansas, Woodland Hills is a parkland-style course winding through beautiful scenery, with elevation changes and some of the best views in Bourbon County.