Fort Scott Microtel Inn

2505 S 69 Hwy, Fort Scott, KS 66701
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Old building south of Fort Scott

by dontstop-believing

There is an old white building south of Fort Scott that I've always wanted to figure out the history on. It looks like an old school house or church and sits on the corner of the intersection at Fern Rd maybe? I just drive by it all the time. Does anyone know where to find this information?

Re: Old building south of Fort Scott

by dancer5224

I'm not sure of the building, since I have never been there, bu there is a website of old historic buildings for sale thaat you might try. It's called historicproperties.com. Otherwise, try the courthouse for info. If you know the name of the county, add.gov to the end of the county, state name. They may have a history link on the front page, that will redirect you to their history department. Also, the state may have a listing for the building, as well as the local newspaper. Good luck!

Travel Tips for Fort Scott

trolly rides and mansions and ghosts..oh my

by cyberchaos

dolly the trolly rides are given everyday. the tour starts from the c.o.c. in front of the fort and takes you all around to visit and see the beautiful old mansions we have here. and in october during harvest festival weekend you will ride dolly into the paths of ghost and goblins......thats right, here,in the fort it has been known on anygiven night go to gaze up at the woman in the officers quarterhouse..she is believed to be about 19 years of age..her beauty in the amber light raidiates, her long dark silken hair flows at her side, but her ghost seems to be sad..there has been many speculations to why this maiden is so sad..visit the fort,take the opportunity to see if you can understand her sadness........who knows you just might. my memories will always remain right here in fort scott..the fact that i still live in the house i was brought home to 52 years ago...my kids all live around close and their kids play in the very same park i did as a child..and most of them were born in the same hospital as i. the smell of fresh cut grass reminding me of my dad mowing many years ago ...mom's great dinners that my siblings and i sat and enjoyed and at holidays,the fact that my kids,grandkids and i sit at the very same kitchen that i enjoyed many many good meals and happy moments growing up as a child. the historic buildings downtown that to this day still stand strong in their original state. its our own corner of the world.

Catch a Summer or Fall Ballgame

by RoscoeGregg

The classic summer ball game is alive and well in Fort Scott. If you will be visiting during the season then I recommend catching a game. This is a small town at it’s best.

A warm summer evening on the bleachers with a hotdog watching girls and boys play their heart out is great. So if you see the lights on at the field or check the community calendar on the chamber web site head down and watch a game.

If you are from outside the U.S. this is a great way to see what real Americans are like. It is almost like sitting in their living rooms. Just be sure which side you are sitting on before you cheer too loudly.

Do not forget Football too

From Fort Scott if you go...

by brdwtchr

From Fort Scott if you go about 25 miles north on 69 highway you will find the Marais De Cygne National Wildlife Refuge for bird watching. If you are going to Fort Scott from Kansas City you will practically be there.

Independence Day At The Fort

by RoscoeGregg

Spending the afternoon at a historic old fort helps to put the celebration in perspective. There are all the historic structures to root around in and living history presentations to add more interest. The Friends of The Fort ( a group of local volunteers) have started arranging a period band concert, and free REAL HOMEMADE ice cream in the afternoon. It is a beautiful site and can make for a very nice day trip.

Fort Scott, Kansas

by basstbn

"The City"

One of the oldest towns in Kansas, Fort Scott was a natural outgrowth of the presence of a frontier fort by the same name. The downtown district is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

"and the Fort"

Fort Scott was established as one of a series of forts along the western frontier of the United States, meant to maintain order between the whites in the east and the Indians of the Kansas Territory. It later served as a Union Army outpost during the Civil War. Most of what stands today is not original, but faithful duplicates of the early structures.

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Address: 2505 S 69 Hwy, Fort Scott, KS 66701