Henderson House Inn
Things To Do
County Country Club
- (620) 549-6597
The course which is 6 miles west and 1½ miles south of
Stafford, is a 9 hole golf course with grass greens. It's open to the public;
pay when you play.
For groups it's great fun to do a scramble tournament
where those of all skill levels can have a great time. Perfect activity for
renewing friendships or getting acquainted.
- (620) 234-5827
The pool is 3 blocks north of Henderson House on Green Street and
can be reserved for private parties with pool manager. Pool opens
Memorial Day weekend. The pool is generally open in the afternoons for public swimming. Private group evening swimming can be arranged.
Crown Lanes-Bowling (620) 234-5827
- 225 S. Main
Stafford, Ks 67578
8 lanes, pool tables, video games, concession (light refreshments and beer)
- Stafford County Historical Museum
- (620) 234-5664
Located at 100 S. Main in Stafford,
this 21-room museum depicts the county's history through
artifacts dating from the 1800's to the present. A wealth of
regional data is maintained in the genealogical libray. Open
Tuesday-Thursday 1:30-3:30pm, Saturday. 2-4pm, or by appt.
- Nora E. Larabee Memorial Library
- (620) 234-5762
The Nora E. Larabee Memorial Library
at 108 N. Union is a
memorial to the only daughter of two of the town's leading citizens.
It is built of red brick, and has beautiful beveled glass windows,
gargoyle rain spouts, 20-ft ornate tin ceilings, and a gorgeous
stained glass window containing a portrait of Nora Larabee. For those
who love beautiful buildings, it's well worth a visit.
- Ritz Theater - Glennis Freund
- (620) 234-6951
Located 100 block S. Main, in Stafford, the building
is available for concerts and private movie showings; cost
is $25/hr. or $100/day. Two projectors are available(16m & 35m-gas.)
Movie rental and projectionist costs would be separate costs. At
this time the building is not air conditioned but plans are under way.
- Quivira National Wildlife Refuge (12 miles)
- (620) 486-2393
Stafford is "The Gateway" to the Quivira National Wildlife
Refuge, 6 miles north and 6 miles east of Stafford.
The refuge is a birdwatcher's paradise.
- Stafford County Flour Mills (13 miles)
- (620) 458-4121
Hudson Cream Flour is milled here. Very
interesting and educational tours are available.
is also home to the really good Wheatland Cafe.
Cosmosphere (35 miles)
- (620) 662-2305
Possibly the best Space Museum in the country, the facility
also includes an Imax Theater.
1100 N. Plum
Hutchinson, KS 67501
Larned National Historic Site (40 miles)
- (620) 285-6911
The fort is on state highway 156, six miles west of Larned.
This military post was established in 1859 to offer protection to
travelers on the Santa Fe Trail. The fort is one of the best
preserved forts of the Indian wars period. There are nine original
buildings, all restored, surrounding the parade grounds. Open
Hills Trail Ride (60 miles)
- (620) 886-5390
Located 10 miles west of Medicine Lodge on Hwy 160.
Bob and Charlene Larson host trail rides in May; bring your own
horse or make reservations for a wagon ride. At other times of year
a chuck wagon dinner can be arranged: Steaks cooked over fire with trimmings
for $15 per person.
& Stafford County
Member of the Kansas Bed & Breakfast Association
Innkeeper: Jerry Segraves
Office: 201 N. Green, Stafford, KS 67578
Reservations: 1-800-888-1417 or 1-316-682-5803
Owners: Clare & Nancy Moore
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