Wood Farms Pumpkin Patch

1108 S 200th St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 249-5223
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Voted the official People’s Choice Awards Best of the Best for Seasonal Attractions. Sits on 78 acres with hay maze, hay ride, combine slides/play set & more.

Open the last weekend in September and every weekend in October from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Admission fee $5 for ages 3 and up. Enjoy an afternoon at our farm with many activities to suit all ages. Kids can hop aboard the Jack-o-Lantern Express barrel train or families can take a wagon ride through the decorated woods. Wander through the 2 acre corn maze or the hay bale maze. Play around in the corn bin, on the combine slide or in the sand pit/tire mountain. Enjoy plastic duck races while hand pumping water or milking our wooden cow Bessie. Hop around on the giant pumpkin inflatable or shoot pumpkins at the bullseye. Interact with our friendly farm animals and take advantage of many unique photo opportunities. Checkout Facebook for a complete listing of activities and special events.

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Open weekends through October, activities include 24ft. inflatable slide, tire mountain, milking cow, plastic duck races, corn crib, hay wagon rides, barrel train rides, hay bale maze, petting zoo, inflatable bounce houses, pumpkin sling shots, face painting, tattoos and much more! Huge variety of pumpkins, gourds, jumbo mums and fall crafts!

Woods Farm features pumpkins, gourds, mums, crafts, straw bales, corn stalks and scarecrows. Activities include a small corn maze, petting zoo, inflatables, hay bale maze with tunnels, tractor pulled hay ride, barrel train ride, huge box of corn (like a sand box). The attraction is open on Saturday’s and Sunday’s for the month of October.

Wilderness Park

907 W McKay St
Frontenac, KS 66763
(620) 231-8310

Beginner friendly. 4+ miles of trails. A canopy of trees hides a gravel twisty dirt single track, double track fire roads & some exhilarating sheer dropoffs.

Major portion of trail system is ADA accessible.

Donated to the City of Pittsburg by the Casaletto family to preserve its diverse ecosystem. Its goal is to become a recreational and cultural resource for the entire Southeast Kansas area to enjoy. Amenities: More than four miles of trails travel a diverse natural environment that includes wetlands, forested areas, grasslands, and a portion of the Cow Creek tributary system. A major portion of the trail system is ADA-accessible along with more challenging trails that rise above on ridges created by open pit mining. Fishing: There are four nice fishing pits for your enjoyment – Deep Ell Pit, Little Pit, Long John, and White Snake. Park Rules: Follow Kansas fishing regulations, no alcoholic beverages, no horses, no hunting or trapping, no motorized vehicles, no open burning.

Wild Side Salon

2006 S Broadway St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-7474

Owner Holly Santos created the Wild Side to be a place where the small town girl could escape to feel like a big city woman. 20 years later, the Wild Side prides itself on providing big city glamour at a small town price. Specialty services include a custom lotion bar where guests can create their own lotion with essential oils, complimentary specialty drinks of the month, and hot towel shampoos.

Wilderness Park

907 W McKay St
Frontenac, KS 66763
(620) 231-8310

Four miles of trails, major portion of trail system is ADA accessible, 4 pits for fishing.

Donated to the City of Pittsburg by the Casaletto family to preserve its diverse ecosystem. Its goal is to become a recreational and cultural resource for the entire Southeast Kansas area to enjoy. Amenities: More than four miles of trails travel a diverse natural environment that includes wetlands, forested areas, grasslands, and a portion of the Cow Creek tributary system. A major portion of the trail system is ADA-accessible along with more challenging trails that rise above on ridges created by open pit mining. Fishing: There are four nice fishing pits for your enjoyment – Deep Ell Pit, Little Pit, Long John, and White Snake. Park Rules: Follow Kansas fishing regulations, no alcoholic beverages, no horses, no hunting or trapping, no motorized vehicles, no open burning.

Weir City Park with historic city water tower

200 Forest Street
Weir, KS 66781
(620) 396-8214

Playground, pavilion, small stage. In the shadows of the Weir City Water Tower, which was built in 1896 of curved brick, three bricks in thickness using locally fired Weir brick. The 100′ curcular tower is topped with a 24′ steel storage holding tank. Believed to be completely original with no modifications inside or out.

Ultimate Choice Catering

404 E 25th St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 249-8942

Here at The Ultimate Choice we take pride in the quality of our food, following the belief of our founder Joe Clark, always giving 110% more than expected. All of our meals are home cooked right here in Pittsburg, utilizing a great kitchen and a custom-made smoker to make every meal delicious, every time.

Two Brothers Mining Company

1275 S, US 69
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 240-4462
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Kansas Crossing Casino’s Two Brothers Mining Company restaurant boasts an impressive lineup of burgers, including the White Cheddar and BBQ Bacon Cheeseburgers. All burgers are two- 4 oz patties of premium Midwest brisket and served on brioche buns with a side of french fries. Two Brothers Mining Co. is the perfect spot to eat while enjoying the casino’s 625 slots or the night’s live entertainment.

When post-Prohibition miners looked to let off a little steam, they turned to the Collier brothers. As lifelong miners, the brothers opened a tavern to cater to their buddies after a hard day in the pits. It was gritty. It was loud. It was full of good music and laughter and great food. They were third generation miners, but as it turns out mining wasn’t all they knew — food and fun was in their blood.

Two Brothers Mining Company is a great place to take a break and enjoy amazing food & drinks with friends, family, or complete strangers. Our full menu includes staples of the Collier brothers’ era, as well as many of today’s favorites.

Hours
Sunday through Thursday: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday & Saturday: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Timmons Ballroom

707 N Broadway
Pittsburg, KS 66762
620-704-3388
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Built in 1890, the historic Timmons Ballroom sits inside the Hotel Stilwell. Features 2,500 square feet of meeting space with a capacity of 120 for dining or 180 for a meeting. The Timmons Ballroom has tables, chairs, serving accessories, catering kitchen and is ADA accessible.

The Pink Pickle

304 W Saint John St
Girard, KS 66743
(620) 724-4600

The Pink Pickle is a rocking, eclectic bar and grill in Girard serving up fantastic cheeseburgers and other popular grill items. A hearty helping of Suzy Q’s is their perfect sidekick to a well-made burger. Their unique atmosphere (hint: It’s a lot of pink) and karaoke every other Friday makes for a fun evening outing.

The Corral

1275 S. Highway 69
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 240-4400
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From a 400 seat intimate show to a 2,000 person outdoor concert, The Corral features some of the biggest names in music, comedy and other live entertainment.

Meeting-Performance Space

Opened in 2017, The Corral features a stage that is 46’8″ and 23′ deep, a 42′ ceiling height, and a 4,400 square foot space with no obstructions, perfect for banquets of up to 250 people, or standing room only concerts with a capacity of 550. Stage can also be “flipped” and used for outdoor concerts, with a capacity of 2,000. To book, visit KansasCrossingCasino.com

Swimming Beach on Farlington Lake

1 W Lake Rd
Farlington, KS 66734
(620) 362-3671
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An ADA compliant playground overlooks a 170 foot lakefront sandy swimming beach. Within waking distance are bathroom facilities, a shelter house, marina & cafe. The playground was installed in 2006 and consists of numerous swings, three slides, two sets of climbing stuctures, and a playhouse.

Kansas state parks pass is required to access.

Sweet Designs Cakery

311 N Broadway
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-2253
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The love of baking and confections in all forms is the driving force behind Pittsburg-based Sweet Designs Cakery. With an energetic personality and a skill for producing gorgeous, intriguing desserts for any occasion, this incredible Artistic Bakery strives to create one of a kind edible pieces of art with their work. Whatever the occasion, Sweet Designs Cakery is here to produce a magical cakes, cupcakes, cookies and other confections unique to your event. Feel free to get in touch if you’d like to learn more.

Don’t need a custom order? No problem! We’d love to have you as a guest. Walk-ins are welcome. The bakery case is fully stocked with Cupcakes, Cookies, Brownies, our famous CakeTrash, other delicious items and the coffee is always hot!

T&C Hunt Club

2461 Arrowhead Rd
Arcadia, KS 66711
620-638-4300
tandchuntclub.com

7,500 acres of highly maintained wildlife habitat, offering upland bird (pheasant and chukar), waterfowl, whitetail deer, and turkey hunting. Event space (indoor and outdoor), lodge, dining and concierge level services aims to be the premier hunting destination in the Midwest.

St. Aloysius Church Historic Site

953 W, KS 47
Girard, KS 66743

Church built in 1881 was replaced by a larger building for use in 1907, but original building was kept. Larger building was struck by lightning, destroyed in 1982, and remains stand. Both buildings built in a Vernacular Gothic Revival. Cemetery is also on the property.

THE LEGEND OF GREENBUSH

According to legend, in 1869, Father Phillip Colleton, was caught at this site by a furious hail and thunder- storm. The frightened priest took refuge under his saddle and vowed that if his life was spared, he would build a church on this spot. The fervent promise resulted in the establishment of St. Aloysius, Greenbush. The first Catholic Church erected in Crawford County was a wooden frame structure completed in 1871. Located on the Historic “Mission Road”. The church was destroyed by a storm in 1877. Parishioners quarried limestone from Hickory Creek and completed the second church in 1881. The first resident pastor, Father F. M. Verdan, arrived in 1882 and served the church for fifty years. A larger church was needed and completed in 1907. The 1881 church was converted into a community building. The third church stood for 75 years as a landmark before it was struck by lightning and burned in 1982. The ruins remain. The 1881 church was renovated into a place of worship. Thus the second church became the fourth church on March 9, 1986 and served the people until it closed in 1993. Father Colleton’s promise will continue.

Spiderleg Bridge Trail

1 W Lake Rd
Farlington, KS 66734
(620) 362-3671
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0.5 mile walking trail. ADA accessible. Closed-spandrel arch bridge over Branch of West Fork Dry Wood Creek on Saint Louis-San Francisco Railroad. Built in 1914 to replace a wooden bridge. Includes remains of a 19th century U.S. military outpost.

State park permit is required for access.

Solidarity: Amazon Army Mural

308 N Walnut St
Pittsburg, KS 66762
(620) 231-8110

Located inside the Pittsburg Public Library, this 10’x12′ mural features St. Barbara, the patron saint of coal miners, and a number of the wives, mothers and grandmothers of miners who organized marches on coal mines throughout Southeast Kansas, protesting working conditions.

Called the “Army of Amazons” by the New York Times, their efforts essentially shutdown some of the largest coal fields in the world at the time and even forced the Governor of Kansas to temporarily move his offices to Pittsburg’s historic Hotel Stilwell.

To learn more about the Amazon Army and the women that led them, be sure to visit other Crawford County attractions, including the Miners Hall Museum in Franklin, the Miners Memorial, located at 2nd and Pine in Pittsburg or the Crawford County Historical Museum, just west of Pittsburg on US-69.

This mural was commissioned by the Pittsburg Area Arts and Crafts Association and the Pittsburg Arts Council, and was painted by Wayne Wildcat.