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Pratt County
Attractions and Recreation

Pratt County Museum is a 24,000 square foot building full of artifacts that depict the rich history of Pratt county and its early day pioneers. All Veteran’s Memorial Complex was designed to honor the memory of U.S. military veterans from all branches of the military and provide a place for people to reflect and thank those who have served.

Pratt County Veterans Memorial Lake has opportunities for fishing and camp sites available. KDWP Nature Education Center contains numerous wildlife mounts, dioramas, live aquariums, educational materials and activities. Hot and Cold water towers are two water towers that started as a practical joke and have appeared in numerous nationwide publications.

Pratt has long been the host of the Miss Kansas Scholarship Pageant. Contestants are crowned each year in June.

Pratt has several recreational opportunities, including golf courses and parks. To find out more about these activities as well as many others, click here.

Key Employers
Pratt Regional Medical Center 
USD No. 382  
Pratt County

Primary Industries
Oil & Gas

K-12 School Districts
Pratt USD No. 382 
Skyline USD No. 438
Pratt Community College

Sanders Agency 
Hamm Auction & Real Estate 
Century 21
Pratt Real Estate Co.

Pratt Regional Medical Center

Contact Information
Sherry Kruse
County Clerk
300 S Ninnescah
Pratt, Kan. 67124 
(620) 672-4110

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