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  • Hot and Cold Running Water Towers

    What began as a practical joke is now one of Pratt's most unique features. Pratt's hot and cold water towers have appeared in nationwide publications and many visitors are seen stopping for a humorous double-take or photograph.

    Pratt is deemed "a tree city" and has 193 acres of parks on what was once a tallgrass prairie. Its largest park, Lemon Park, has 117 acres, with nature trails, wood artwork…

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  • Lemon Park Nature Trail

    The city park system is enhanced by a well designed 1 mile nature trail in a wooded area south and adjacent to Lemon park. Lemon Park, the largest of the parks in Pratt, is approximately 117 acres and has about 80 varieties of trees.

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  • KDWP Operations Office and Fish Hatchery

    The hub of Wildlife and Parks Management for the state of Kansas is located near Pratt. The first fish hatchery in Pratt County was built in 1903 and the Kansas Fish and Game Department was established in 1905. The present hatchery facilities were built in 1960.

    The hatchery ponds surround the department properties, producing fish for impoundments across the state. Its natural setting also…

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  • The B-29 All Veterans Memorial

    The B-29 All Veterans Memorial was dedicated Memorial Day weekend, 2003. The memorial honors ALL veterans, prisoners of war, and the missing in action from ALL conflicts. The memorial is located at the Pratt Airport Industrial Airport, formerly the Pratt Army Air Field which began in 1942 during WWII and closed on March 6, 1946. WWII heroes who trained at the base included General Paul Tibetts,…

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