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|State Highway 181
||Start point of State Highway 181. North of the highway on State Highway 281 is the community of Lebanon, KS. West on US Highway 36 is the community of Manakto, KS. East of US Highway 36 is the community of Smith Center, KS.
|Junction US Highway 24
||West of US Highway 24 is Waconda Lake, KS. and Glen Elder State Park just near Cawker City, KS. Enjoy fishing, swimming and boating in Waconda Lake, camping,picnicking, hiking on nature trails at the Glen Elder State Park.
||Community of Downs, KS- places to visit are Railroad Park,Downs City Park,Downs Memorial Park and Down's Golf Club. Visit historical places such as Downs Historical Railroad Foundation, Richardson Organs,Memorial Park,Howell House,Lipton Hotel and Carnegie Library,
|Solomon River Bridge, KS.
||Bridge over Solomon River, KS.
||Community of Tipton, KS. Limited service.
||Community of Hnter, KS. Limited service.
|Junction State Highway 18
||East of State Highway 18 is the community of Lucas, KS. Places of interest are Garden of Eden, Grassroots Art Center,Eric Abraham Flying Pig Studio and Gallery,The Amazing 100 Miles,The Worlds Largest Things Traveling Roadside Attraction and Museum,Post Rock Scenic Byway ,Vonada Stone Company and Wilson Lake.
|Sylvan Grove, KS.
||Community of Sylvan Grove, KS- places to see are Wilson lake is located on the Saline River 10 mintues west of beautiful downtown Sylvan Grove. Fishing, boating, camping and swimming. Double Arch Bridge on stone Post County.
|Saline River Bridge, KS.
||Bridge over Saline River near Sylvan Grove, KS.
|Wilson Lake and Lucas Park, KS.
||Terminus of US Highway 181 at Wilson Lake and Lucas Park, KS.-camping area and picnic area available at Lucas Park and fishing,boating,swimming beaches are offered at Wilson Lake. Wislson State Park is at the south side of the lake- offers camping, picnicking, boat launching and a 4 mile biking trails.A more relaxing Bur Oak Trail at the south of the dam is a popular walking trail in the reservoir. DQ10