Clifton, Kansas


Clifton Website

Clifton is located on Kansas Highway 9. The town's main street, Parallel Street, separates the community between Washington and Clay Counties. Clifton, Kansas was incorporated in 1884.

Our Beginning: Clifton was originally laid out in 1859 by a surveyor named Clifton, for whom the town was named. After changing locations several times, the present town of Clifton was laid out in 1870 by Rufus Berry in anticipation of the railroad, which arrived to this point in December 1877.

Events
May
Alumni Celebration
July
4th of July Celebration
October
Halloween Parade
November 11
Veteran's Day Parade
Food, Lodging and Specialty Shops
Sunflower Inn
Cottage Creations
Petal's 'N Pearls
Kountry Trends
The Silver Penny Gifts
Rack N Feather Lodge
Churches
Brantford Covenant Church - Country
Faith United Presbyterian Church
St. Mary's Catholic Church
 
Points of Interest
Berner Memorial Park 50 + Camping Hook-Ups
Two Ball Fields
Horseshoe Kiddy Park
Picnic Pavilions
Swimming Pool
Tennis Court
Founder's Sign
Old City Jail

Clifton Historical Museum Located Corner of Clifton and Railroad Streets
Was once the Missouri Pacific Railroad Depot
For more information call: 785-455-3763 or 785-446-2284

LCL Buffalo Ranch and Heartland Museum

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