Kansas Ghost Town List

Atchison, Kansas Wagon Train

Overland Emigrant and Freight Train, Operated by Sprague & Digan in Kansas, April 1, 1866, en route to the Far West.

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There are a number of reasons that towns and settlements that once flourished are abandoned and become ghost towns.

Rustic Barn near Huron, Kansas by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

Rustic Barn near Huron, Kansas by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

Basically, a ghost town is any historical town or settlement that leaves evidence of a town’s previous glory. If the community has lost its commercial or population center and has faded greatly from its peak, it may be considered a ghost town. Some sites are completely abandoned while others still have people living in them. In a few cases, some of these towns have actually grown in recent years, but are still considered “ghosts” because their reason for existing in the first place no longer exists. For example, this might be said of Lecompton, Kansas that was first established as the Kansas capitol. Though it lost that honor more than 150 years ago, the town still survives, with a population of over 600, as a “suburb” of Lawrence, Kansas .

Causes for places becoming ghost towns can be caused by transportation, such as losing a major highway or a railroad; the loss of a major industry such as mining or military; natural causes such as tornadoes or floods; economic depressions, and larger nearby cities that draw people away from smaller towns. In Kansas, many small towns have been lost due to the increase of technology in agriculture. What once took a number of people to operate a farm has been reduced by new equipment and over the years, most farms in the state became larger, but are run by less people.

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Acres (Clark County) – Post Office 1887-1954 – The town has been completely vacant for several years. A few buildings remain standing on the townsite, including an elevator & old school.

Afton (Marshall County) – Post Office 1893-1903 – Post office established in 1893, closed in 1898. It reopened in 1900 and closed for the final time in 1903. A small cemetery and church mark the townsite.

Alcove Spring - Blue Rapids, Kansas

Alcove Spring – Blue Rapids, Kansas

Alcove (Marshall County) – Post Office NA – Now a well-preserved park. This was never an official town but was a stop on the Oregon Trail. Numerous carvings in the spring’s rocks feature traveler’s initials and other things. A member of the Donner Party is buried nearby.

Alexander (Rush County) – Post Office 1869-present – 2008 estimated population of 66.

America City (Nemaha County) Post Office 1857-1933 – A couple of buildings and a cemetery remain.

Amy (Lane County) – Post Office 1887-1954 – A small community still exists.

Annelly (Harvey County) – Post Office 1885-1921 -The main street and an old schoolhouse remain.

Arrington (Atchison County) Post Office 1879-1973 – Today, were it not for the sign indicating the town and the few scattered homes about, it would be difficult to know that a town had ever existed. It is located about 26 miles southwest of Atchison on Kansas Highway 119.

Arvonia (Osage County) Post Office 1869-1901 – Some old buildings, ruins and a church still stand in the area.

Ash Valley (Pawnee County) Post Office 1877-1908 & 1922-1941 – Old roads and some structures still remain.

Asherville (Mitchell County) Post Office 1869-1980 – A small population still exists.

Auburndale (Shawnee County) Post Office 1888-1899 – Auburndale is currently a neighborhood in Topeka and is commemorated by Auburndale Park.

Bain City (Leavenworth County) Post Office 1867-1964 – Bain City was annexed to Leavenworth in 1964.

Bala (Riley County) Post Office 1870-1966 – Fort Riley has now expanded into what was Bala.

Basil/Gage (Kingman County) Post Office 1892-1942 – All that remains is an abandoned grain elevator. Founded as Gage until the name change to Basil 1901.

Building with a collapsed roof in Barnard, Kansas. Photo by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

Barnard (Lincoln County) Post Office 1888-present – Though there are a few remaining businesses today, and the post office is still in operation, the population of this once prosperous community has dropped to just about 170 people.

Bassett (Allen County) Post Office 1900-1930s – 2008 estimated population of 21

Bavaria/Honek (Saline County) Post Office 1867-1986 – First called Honek, the name changed to Bavaria in 1880. Though located on the mainline of the Union Pacific Railroad, Bavaria did not grow. By 1910, its population had dropped to 110. Through the years, its population continued to decline as people moved to nearby Salina. Its post office closed its doors forever on January 1, 1986. Today, just a handful of people live in the old town, where several buildings sit abandoned and deteriorating in the elements.

Bayneville (Sedgwick County) Post Office 1884-1934 – Some houses and ruins remain in the area.

Beaver (Barton County)  Post Office 1919-1992 – A small population remains.

Belvidere/Glick (Kiowa County) Post Office  1883-1996 – Originally founded as Glick, the name changed to Belvidere in 1890. A small population remains.

Bendena (Doniphan County) Post Office 1886-present – A small community remains along K-20.

An old school sits quiet and abandoned in Big Springs today, Kathy Weiser, March, 2009.

Big Springs (Douglas County) Post Office 1856-1903 -A small population remains along U.S. 40.

Blackjack (Douglas County) Post Office 1858-1895 – Santa Fe Trail wagon swales, a roadside park, cemetery, and the well-preserved battlefield site remain and are open to the public.

Black Wolf (Ellsworth County) Post Office 1879-1953 – A grain elevator and some other buildings remain. Black Wolf is currently on private property.

Blaine (Pottawatomie County) Post Office 1874-1976 – St. Columbkille Catholic Church and former Catholic School still stand at the intersection of K-99 and K-116.

Blakeman (Rawlins County) Post Office 1887-1952 – Little remains of the townsite.

Bloom (Ford County) Post Office 1885-1891 & 1908-1992 – Several buildings and a few residents, but no open businesses.

Bluff City (Harper County) Post Office 1887-present – 2008 estimated population of 73. Bluff City was originally founded as a fraud in 1873 to swindle money from the Kansas legislature. The first settlers in the area didn’t arrive until 1876.

Boyd/Maherville (Barton County) Post Office 1874-1937 – Some abandoned buildings and ruins remain. Originally known as Maherville. Name change to Boyd in 1904.

Brookville, Kansas Downtown today

Brookville, Kansas Downtown today, by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

Brookville (Saline County) Post Office 1870-present – 2010 population of 262. The population was once near 2,000 in the 1870s but, after the turn of the century, the population began to decline. The city was also the site of the Brookville Hotel and restaurant until 2000 when the restaurant moved to Abilene.

Burdick (Morris County) Post Office 1887-present – A very small population and a few buildings.

Bushong (Lyon County ) Post Office mid-1880s-1984 – In 2008 the small town had an estimated population of 50. Several ruins of the downtown and old consolidated school remain.

Byers (Pratt County) Post Office 1915-present – In 2008 the small town had an estimated population of 49.

Calista (Kingman County) Post Office 1886-1896 & 1902-1955 – An old grain elevator and a couple of houses remain.

Canada (Marion County) Post Office 1884-1954 – A small population of approximately 40 people remain.

An old general store still stands in Carneiro, Kansas today, by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

An old general store still stands in Carneiro, Kansas today, by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

Carneiro (Ellsworth County) Post Office 1882-1953 – A small population remains just north of Mushroom Rock State Park.

Castleton (Reno County) Post Office 1872-1957 – A few homes and abandoned buildings remain. Castleton was used as the setting of Sevillinois for the 1952 movie Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie.

Cato (Crawford County) Post Office 1858-1905 – The Cato Historical Preservation Association meets at 6:30 pm on the fourth Tuesday of each month at Arcadia Community Center, Arcadia, Kansas. The old school has been restored. Cato Christian Church is in good repair but closed. A community reunion is held yearly.|

Centerview (Edwards County) Post Office 1867-1971 – Structures still stand, and two families still live on the townsite. Officially part of Kansas City, Kansas today.

Centropolis (Franklin County) Post Office 1854-1930 – A small population remains on a county road about ten miles northwest of Ottawa. The Christian Church and Baptist Church remain open.

Coolidge (Hamilton County) Post Office 1873-1875 & 1881-present – 2008 estimated population of 86. The original town was called Sargent. Name change to Coolidge in 1881.

Croft (Pratt County) Post Office 1907-1961 – Two vacant grain elevators, two vacant houses, an old school, and a few ruins remain in this town.

Croweburg (Crawford County) Post Office 1908-1972 – A small population remains along with some shotgun houses and some building ruins.

Defiance (Woodson County) Post Office 1873-1886 – Only a hotel remains that is being used as a residence.

Delavan (Morris County) Post Office 1886-1992 – Just a few area people, old school, community center.

Delaware City (Leavenworth County) Post Office 1854-1870s – Some ruins and street grades are all that remain.

Dubuque (Russell & Barton Counties) Post Office 1879-1909 – A beautiful Catholic church and cemetery are all that remain.

Diamond Springs (Morris County) Post Office 1825-1863 – A Santa Fe Trail stop. Few remains exist but a monument to Diamond Springs was erected in Diamond Springs Cemetery.

Dispatch (Smith County) Post Office 1891-1904 – A church, some houses, and a cemetery remain.

School in Doniphan, Kansas by Dave Alexander

Doniphan (Doniphan County) Post Office 1854-1943 – Still on maps but little remains. A trading post was established on the site in 1852.

Dunlap (Morris County) Post Office 1874-1988 – 2000 estimated population of 81.

Drury (Sumner County) Post Office 1884-1921 – A small population (approx. 20) remains along with a dam built in 1882.

Dry Creek (Saline County) Post Office 1877-1887 – An old blacksmith shop still stands but nothing else remains.

Eagle Springs (Doniphan County) Post Office 1883-?? – The townsite was abandoned, only ruins remain. Was a health resort that lasted into the 1930s.

Elgin (Chautauqua County) Post Office 1871-1976 – 2008 estimated population of 71. Also known as New Elgin.

Elk Falls, Kansas by Dave Alexander

Elk Falls, Kansas by Dave Alexander

Elk Falls (Elk County) Post Office 1870-present – A small town of about 100 now, home of the annual “Outhouse Tour”, claimed to be Outhouse Capital and home of historic Elk Falls Bridge.

Elmo (Dickinson County) Post Office 1866-1966 – A few buildings and a small population remain.

Eminence (Finney County) Post Office 1886-1943 – Nothing remains of the townsite. Battled with Ravanna for the county seat of Garfield County, which ended in 1893 when Garfield County was annexed to Finney County.

Empire City, Kansas, 1877

Empire City, Kansas, 1877

Empire City (Cherokee County) Post Office 1877-1907 – Several buildings and a small population. Empire City was annexed to Galena, Kansas in 1907.

Englewood (Clark County) Post Office 1885-present – 2008 estimated population of 95.

Fact (Clay County) Post Office 1883-1903 – Little remains of the townsite, a small population remains.

Fairport (Russell County) Post Office 1881-1959 – A small population remains.

Farlington (Crawford County) Post Office 1870-present – A small population remains in the area. Farlington is located just southwest of Crawford State Park on K-7.

Franklin (Douglas County) Post Office 1853-1867 – An early stage stop near Lawrence, Kansas. Nothing remains of the town except two small neglected cemeteries and Franklin Road off of K-10.

Freeport (Harper County) Post Office 1885-present – With a population of just about five people, Freeport was the smallest incorporated town in Kansas until November 2017 when the city was dissolved by a vote of 4–0. Even though, it still supports a church, a grain elevator, and a post office.

Frederick (Rice County) Post Office 1887-1954 – Frederick is the smallest incorporated town in Kansas and today has just a population of about 18.

Galatia (Barton County) Post Office 1889-1966 – 2000 estimated population of 61.

Geary (Doniphan County) Post Office 1887-1905 – Only foundations remain.

Geneva (Allen County) Post Office 1857-1942 – Little remains of the townsite.

Geuda Springs (Sumner County) Post Office 1884-present – 2008 estimated population of 191.

Granada/Pleasant Spring (Nemaha County) Post Office 1856-1906 – Some ruins and abandoned building remain on what used to be Main Street. Originally known as Pleasant Spring. Changed to Granada in 1864.

Guilford (Wilson County) Post Office  1861-1889 – A few ruins and structures still survive.

Guittard Station (Marshall County) Post Office 1861-1900 – Some abandoned buildings remain. Guittard Station was a major stop for the Pony Express.

Harlan/Thompson (Smith County) Post Office 1873-1995 – A small population remains as well as the ruins of Main Street and a high school gymnasium. Harlan was home to Gould College which lasted from 1881 until 1891. The settlement was first named Thompson but was changed to Harlan in 1877.

Havana (Osage County) Post Office 1858-Early 1870s – Ruins of the Havana Stage Station and hotel remain and a sign has been posted on the site. Not to be confused with Havana in Montgomery County.

Hawkeye (Decatur County) Post Office 1879-1896 – Little remains of the townsite.

Hewins (Chautauqua County) Post Office 1887-1966 – A small population remains.

Hitschmann (Barton County) Post Office NA – Some old buildings still remain. All of Hitschmann is currently on private property.

Holland (Dickinson County) Post Office 1872-1875 & 1884-1906 – A church, now used as a town hall, and a few houses, is all that remains.

Hopewell/Fravel (Pratt County) Post Office 1904-1908 & 1916-1973 – A small population (approx. 10) remains. Name changed to Fravel in 1916, but changed back to Hopewell in 1921.

Hunnewell (Sumner County) Post Office 1880-1960 – 2019 estimated population of 65.

Old building in Huron, Kansas by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

Huron (Atchison County) Post Office 1882-1992 – Several remaining homes and buildings. 2010 population of 54. Located about 17 miles northwest of Atchison on U.S. Highway 73.

Hunter (Mitchell County) Post Office 1895-present – Semi-ghost town with a population of 57. It still retains its post office and just a few businesses.

Industry (Dickinson & Clay County) Post Office 1876-1906 -A small population (approx. 20) remains.

Iowa Point (Doniphan County) Post Office 1854-1933 – Small population near K-7.

Irving (Marshall County) Post Office 1859-1960 – Located on Corps land and is easily accessible. Abandoned for the construction of Tuttle Creek Lake.

Jerome (Gove County) Post Office 1886-1943 – Little remains of the townsite.

Kanona (Decatur County) Post Office 1887-1955 – Some ruins and abandoned buildings remain. The site of Kanona is currently on private property.

Kansapolis/Rochester (Shawnee County) Post Office 1854-late 1850s/early 1860s – Nothing remains of the townsite, only Rochester Cemetery and Rochester Road in North Topeka mark the site.

Kendall/Zamora (Hamilton County) Post Office 1879-present – A small population of approximately 50 people remains. Originally called Zamora when a post office opened in 1879. Was changed to Kendall in 1885.

Kickapoo City (Leavenworth County) Post Office 1854-1920 – A small population remains in the area.

Kingsdown Main Street

Kingsdown (Ford County) Post Office 1888-1891, 1892-1893 & 1904-1998 – Several remaining homes & buildings. A small population remains in the area.

Kipp (Saline County) Post Office 1890-1957 – A small population remains.

Lake City (Barber County) Post Office 1873-1993 – A small population (approx. 30) remains. The United Methodist Church is open.

Latimer (Morris County) Post Office 1887-1961 – A small population of about 20 people. The Lutheran Church remains open.

LeHunt (Montgomery County) Post Office 1905-Early 1930s – Some ruins remain east of the Elk City Lake. The town was fairly bustling thanks to a central cement factory in the center of town being the biggest employer. During the Great Depression, cement sales dropped significantly and went out of business, so the town died.

Lerado (Reno County) Post Office 1886-1887 – An old schoolhouse, church, and abandoned grocery store remain but most of Lerado is now farmland.

Lexington (Clark County) Post Office 1885-1900 – Nothing remains of the townsite except a community building.

Lone Elm (Anderson County) Post Office 1879-1956 – 2008 estimated population of 26.

Lone Star (Douglas County) Post Office 1899-1953 – A small population remains just south of  Clinton Lake near Lone Star Lake.  A community existed in the area before Lone Star was organized. A post office was formed in 1875 under Bond, then Gideon. The name Lone Star was chosen in the 1890s.

Long Island (Phillips County) Post Office 1872-present – 2008 estimated population of 140.

Louisville (Pottawatomie County) Post Office 1867-present – 2008 estimated population of 207.

Ludell (Rawlins County) Post Office 1881-present – A small resident population remains along with some ruins and abandoned buildings.

Lyona (Dickinson County) Post Office 1869-1888 – Nothing remains of the townsite except for a church & the old Lyona School built in 1870.

Marietta (Marshall County) Post Office 1890-1959 – A small population and a few buildings remain.

McAllaster ( Logan County) Post Office 1887-1897, 1903-1903 & 1906-1953 – A small population exists and several buildings remain.

Medora (Reno County) Post Office 1887-1988 – Little remains of the townsite, a small population remains.

Midian (Butler County) Post Office 1916-1950 – Townsite is now on private property.

Mildred (Allen County) Post Office 1907-1973 – 2008 estimated population of 58.

Millbrook (Graham County) Post Office 1878-1889 – The ruins of a schoolhouse remain in the area.

Miller (Lyon County) Post Office 1887-1905 & 1912-1958 – A small population and some abandoned businesses remain in the area.

Minersville (Cloud County) Post Office 1877-1899 – Some houses and foundations remain along with a cemetery.

Monmouth (Crawford County) Post Office 1857-1955 – Very little remains of the townsite.

Monticello (Johnson County) Post Office 1857-1905 – The old schoolhouse, cemetery, and a few houses from the 1940s remain south of Shawnee Mission Parkway in west Shawnee and Lenexa.

Morton City (Hodgeman County) Post Office 1877-1880s – Some ruins of old stone houses remain. The townsite is now a part of the Hanna Hereford Ranch.

Muscotah, Kansas by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

Muscota (Atchison County) Post Office 1861-present – Like other small Kansas towns, Muscotah declined over the next century. Though it still maintains a post office and about 200 people, the village is filled with abandoned buildings. It is located about 26 miles west of Atchison on U.S. Highway 159.

Nekoma (Rush County) Post Office 1960-present

Neosho Falls (Woodson County) Post Office  1857-present – 2008 estimated population of 159

Neuchatel (Nemaha County) Post Office 1864-1901 – The cemetery, church, town hall, and schoolhouse have all been restored and well-kept.

Newbury (Wabaunsee County) Post Office 1870-1888 – A small population and a huge Catholic church remain three miles north of Paxico.

Nicodemus (Graham County) Post Office 1877-1918 & 1920-1953 – See full article about this black pioneer town here.

Oil Hill (Butler County) Post Office 1918-1969 – Townsite is on private property but the Kansas Turnpike does pass under Oil Hill Road just outside of El Dorado.

Ottumwa (Coffey County) Post Office 1857-1906 – A small population remains on the north edge of the John Redmond Reservoir.

Palermo (Doniphan County) Post Office 1855-1904 – A small population still remains eight miles southeast of Troy near the Missouri River.

Parkerville (Morris County) Post Office 1892-1953 – A population of about 60. Only the Baptist Church remains open.

Pawnee (Riley County) Post Office 1854-1855 – The old territorial capitol building still stands is well-preserved. Was the territorial capitol until 1855 when it was moved to Shawnee Mission.

Peoria (Franklin County) Post Office 1857-1934 – A small population remains and   Peoria Township is named for it.

Peterton (Osage County) Post Office 1876-1904 – There is still a small population in the area.

Holy Cross Church in Pfeifer, Kansas by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

Pfeifer (Ellis County) Post Office 1887-present – Home to the beautiful Holy Cross Church, voted as one of the 8 Wonders of Kansas Architecture, and only about 80 people.

Pierceville (Finney County) Post Office 1873-1874 & 1878-1992 – A small population remains along U.S. 50.

Potter (Atchison County) Post Office 1888-present – Like so many other flourishing agricultural and railroad towns that flourished a century ago, Potter declined over the years. The town is unincorporated today and very small, but it still maintains a post office and one open business.

Potwin Place (Shawnee County) Post Office 1869-1899 – The site is well-preserved off of SW 6th Avenue in Topeka and is listed on the   National Register of Historic Places. Potwin was annexed to Topeka in 1899.

Prairie City (Douglas County) Post Office 1857-1883 – A cemetery, ruins of an old church and an abandoned stone house are all that remain of the town.

Ransomville (Franklin County) Post Office 1878-1914 -The Ransom house still stands as do some other houses and buildings.

Jacob Zehntner and Henry Steiner built a brewery at 45 N Street, on the west side of Quindaro Creek in 1857.

Jacob Zehntner and Henry Steiner built a brewery at 45 N Street, on the west side of Quindaro Creek in 1857 by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

Quindaro (Wyandotte County) Post Office 1857-1909 & 1921-1954 – Some remains of Quindaro are now in the city limits of Kansas City in Quindaro Park.

Ravanna (Finney County) Post Office 1882-1922 – Only foundations remain. Battled with Eminence for the county seat of Garfield County. In 1893, Garfield County was annexed to Finney County and the feud was over.

Raymond (Rice County) Post Office 1872- ?  – 2008 estimated population of 80.

Redwing (Barton County) Post Office 1892-1896 & 1903-1955 – A small population (approx. 20) remains.

Reamsville/Beaver (Smith County) Post Office 1878-1941 – A small population remains. An Old Dutch Mill, built in 1882, was moved to Smith Center in 1938. Originally called Beaver. Name changed to Reamsville in 1882.

Richland (Shawnee County) Post Office 1857-1960s – Nothing remains of the townsite except some ruins and the cemetery.

Rollin (Neosho County) Post Office 1890-1921 – Nothing remains of the townsite except Delos Johnson’s (the town founder) house and a neglected cemetery.

Rosalia (Butler County) Post Office 1870-present – A small population (approx. 100) still exists.

Roxbury (McPherson County) Post Office 1872-present – A small population (approx. 75) remains.

Saxman (Rice County) Post Office 1891-1952 – A small population (approx. 30) remains.

Shields (Lane County) Post Office 1887-1994 – A small population and numerous buildings remain, but, no open businesses.

Sidney (Ness County) Post Office 1877-1888 – Only foundations remain.

Silkville (Franklin County) Post Office 1870-1892 – Several buildings remain including an old house and a stone school southwest of Williamsburg.

Sitka (Clark County) Post Office 1909-1964 – A small population and some abandoned buildings and ruins still remain.

Six-Mile (Wyandotte County) – Post Office – 1874-1878 – Six-Mile Tavern was established just a few miles west of Quindaro, Kansas on the road between Wyandotte (Kansas City) and Leavenworth in 1853. It became a Red Leg stronghold during the days of the Civil War.

Old Church in Skiddy, Kansas by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

Skiddy/Camden (Morris County) Post Office – 1869-1953 – A small population (approx. 20) remains in the area. In 1879, the town’s name was changed to Camden and in 1883, it was changed back to Skiddy.

Smileyberg (Butler County) Post Office 1904-Early 1920s – Some structures still remain. A transmission shop is open.

Springdale (Leavenworth County) Post Office 1860-1907 – The Kansas City Metro area has grown into the area of Springdale.

Stanton (Miami County) Post Office 1857-1903 – Several houses and businesses remain. William Quantrill lived in Stanton during the winter of 1859-60.

Stull (Douglas County) Post Office 1899-1903 – Just a few homes and a cemetery. Originally called Deer Creek until 1899 when the post office opened.

Sun City (Barber County) Post Office 1873-1894 & 1909-present – 2008 estimated population of 72.

Sunflower/Clearview City (Johnson County) Post Office 1943-1958 – Old residences, streets and other buildings remain in and around Clearview City. Sunflower Village was established exclusively for the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant,  the plant and town remain just off of K-10 south of DeSoto.

Vinland (Douglas County) Post Office 1868-1954

Vliets (Marshall County) – Vliets as officially platted and laid out in 1889 along the Central Branch Railroad and the Vermillion River. Once supporting as many as 350 people, all that’s left today is a Co-op Elevator. Post Office 1887-1992.

The historic Winifred Bank building, charted in 1910, still stands, by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

The historic Winifred Bank building, charted in 1910, still stands, by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

Winifred (Marshall County) – The town of Winifred was founded in 1907 and flourished in its early years but has only a few buildings left today. Post Office 1858-1986.

Zenith (Stafford County) Post Office 1902-1974 – A small population (approx. 20) still remains.

Compiled by Kathy Weiser-Alexander, updated July 2020.

Also See:

Emerging Ghost Towns of the Plains

Kansas Ghost Town Photo Galleries

Kansas Ghost Towns

Kansas History

What is a Ghost Town?

2 thoughts on “Kansas Ghost Town List”

  1. Ramona should be on here..less than 100 people still have post office but not much else..bank, garage, cafe, barber shop, silos..ALL GONE! Nobody even seems to know it exists…or where the heck it is…

    1. You are right, that should be on here. We only mention Ramona in our Santa Fe Trail info for Kansas on our Legends of America website. We’ll have to correct that soon! Thanks, Pamela!!!

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