Things To Do
On a walking tour you can view the five historic buildings, (Two are accessible to the public - the 1939 Township Hall which is also the temporary Visitor Center, and the foyer of the AME Church). The five historic buildings are physical expressions of the five pillars of the African American community - church, self-government, education, home, and business. Ranger led tours are by appointment only (call 785-839-4233).
Year-round: Junior Ranger Program
Did You Know?
Twelve local men worked on constructing the 1939 (Work Progress Administration(WPA) Township Hall using stone quarried northwest of Penokee in Graham County.