NAME: Park
CLIMATE: Very hot summers, ranges from mild to bitter cold in winter
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Any time of year, weather permitting
COMMENTS: Park is an unincorporated town in Gove County, western Kansas. To get to it from Interstate 70, take exit 99 north for about a mile. It has a population of 150 and a large number of abandoned homes.
REMAINS: Many abandoned buildings
The population of Park today is 150. But it still supports a beautiful church, Sacred Heart, which is sometimes called "The Cathedral of the Plains" because of its impressive size and architecture. Submitted by: Diddley Squat

The old school in Park, Kansas
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Sacred Heart Catholic Church, taking looking toward the northeast
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Boarded frame house in Park, Kansas
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Dilapidated farmhouse at Park, Kansas
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