Something new along Route 66 coming to Baxter Springs

BAXTER SPRINGS, Kan. – Visitors to Baxter Springs can look forward to a new roadside park along Route 66.

The park will be near the museum and funded in part with the help of a $40,000 state grant.

The President of the Baxter Springs Historical Society, Jordan Adams, says the new roadside park would allow both local and international tourists to experience the community.

The Baxter Springs museum is open and free to all visitors.