Catdaddy's Catfishin' Adventures

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1308 NW Logan St
Topeka, KS 66608
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CD's Guide Service
  • • Catfish & Striper Fishing & Nature Tours
  • • Experienced Guide To Ensure The Best Atmosphere & Fun Memories
  • • Our Guide Service Is Built On Tradition & Family Oriented Foundation
(580) 564-6061
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Lake Shawnee Golf Course
  • • Par-70 Layout
  • • Measures Over 6300 Yards
  • • Designed By Larry W. Flatt In 1972
(785) 251-6840
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Things To Do in Topeka, KS

Old Prairie Town at Ward-Meade Historic Site Old Prairie Town at Ward-Meade Historic Site

While it may be true that you can always read about history, it is a very rare occasion when you can actually step back into it. That unique opportunity is offered to visitors of the Old Prairie Town at Ward Meade Historic Site. Over the course of this history-laden one-half acre area, you can see, hear, and touch various examples of living history. Some of the many highlights and attractions include a fully restored 1870 Victorian mansion, a wood cabin, a train depot, a one-room schoolhouse, a stone barn, a church and a general store. Don't forget to check out the gift shop and the nearby botanical garden.

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White X White White X White

Rustic. Earthy. Luxurious. Those are just a few of the words that come to mind when you walk through White X White. Located just outside the city limits of Topeka, this shop is a veritable treasure trove of antiques. Most of the pieces are from as far away as Belgium. Also, this unique merchant proudly features an impressive selection of furniture, crystal, bedding, books, artwork, and much more. So no matter what you're looking for, you will find plenty of unexpected treasures at White X White.

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Kansas River Kansas River

The Kansas (or Kaw) River stretches an impressive 171 miles from its origin in Junction City all the way to its confluence with the Missouri River. Aside from being the source of water for many communities in northern Kansas, this popular body of water attracts many anglers, boaters and swimmers and has gone on to become one of the most valued recreational resources for thousands of visitors each year.

 
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