On behalf of the residents of Crawford County, the Crawford County CVB Advisory Board and the Crawford County Commission, we are proud to welcome you, your friends and family to our unique part of Kansas.
During your visit to Crawford County we encourage you to get out and enjoy a variety of tourist attractions that range from educational, Cato Historical Schoolhouse and the Greenbush Southeast Kansas Educational Service Center, to historical such as Hotel Stillwell and the Miner’s Memorial and Immigrant Park to unique such as Pittsburg State University’s Veterans Memorial Amphitheater. What is the best part of visiting an attraction in Crawford County? The price: 13 of the top 15 attractions are free admission.
When it comes to dining in Crawford County, few destinations can compile the authentic flavors found here ranging from authentic German fried chicken at Chicken Annie’s or Chicken Mary’s, to authentic Italian sausage at Pallucca’s Market, Frontenac Bread at the Frontenac Bakery, sirloin tips at Jim’s Steakhouse or just a sweet slice of pie at Harry’s Café or Otto’s Café.
As the home of Pittsburg State University, the most successful NCAA Division II college football team in history, Pittsburg and Crawford County is a sports lovers paradise. The success of Pittsburg State gives us many of the amenities and facilities of a larger community, despite its smaller population base. With the ability to host a variety of sports events, Pittsburg has excellent opportunities for adults and youth alike. Spectacular facilities, convenient location and affordability all make us the premiere sports destination in the region.
It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for an affordable relaxing weekend getaway, or a daytrip, a week’s worth of outdoor recreation or sports, the ideal tour bus destination or a destination that features a unique blend of history, heritage, art and culture, you’re bound to find all of the above in Crawford County. Come and enjoy!
I have an unhealthy obsession with audience experience and telling folks about events before they happen. I guess that’s what happens when you’ve been a DJ for KKOW AM-FM, a web producer for KOAM TV/Fox 14, a reporter for the Columbus Daily Advocate (when it was still an evening newspaper), and did publicity and community outreach for a small rural school like USD 247 Southeast. Once A Gorilla, Always A Gorilla.
Tourism Marketing Assistant
(620) 231-1212 Office
(417) 540-7320 Mobile/Text