This three story brick building was was built in 1886, and was the first hotel to be established in Gray County. The architect was John Opp.
Gray County Courthouse
This brick building is where many of the mayors and government officials meet up and discuss things happening in the county and cities.
This 96 mile-long earthen ditch was made in the late 19th century. It was used to carry the water from the Arkansas river to farms in the Southwest Kansas, that didn't have enough water. This took an immense amount of time and money.
The Barton House
This house was a memory of the first person who settled in Gray County. This home has a unique combination of common late nineteenth century house forms and styles.
Santa Fe Trail
This is a museum showing some artifacts from the Santa Fe Trail, since Ingalls was located directly on the trail.