About BellevilleLocated in north central Kansas, Belleville was founded in 1869 and named for early resident Anabelle Tutton. A Depression-era building boom, fueled by federal Works Project Administration (WPA) funding, resulted in many fine examples of Art Deco architecture, including the Republic County Courthouse.
A pond that formerly supplied water for Rock Island Railroad steam engines now provides year-round recreation. Rocky Pond Park offers picnicking, fishing, boating (electric motors only) and RV camping.
Visitor Centers Belleville Chamber & Main Street 1205 18th St. Belleville, KS 66935. Phone:(785)527-5524 or (866)527-2355
Things to Do Boyer Museum of Animated Carvings
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