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Big Basin is a Huge natural sink hole more than one mile in diameter and about 100 feet deep. The Big Basin Prairie Preserve is now home to about 50 head of free-roaming buffalo. In the 1800s this area was often an encampment for settlers, cowboys, or Indians. Lake Miola - Shower House - This is the restroom/showerhouse at Lake Miola. Inside, there are several shower stalls, a sink and mirror, and flush toilets. The Old Depot Museum in Ottawa.  This is the northern terminus of the Prairie Spirit Trail, though there's no trailhead here.  The Old Depot Museum is a two story, limestone depot built in 1888 as a depot for the Kansas City, Lawrence, and Southern Kansas Railway. Exhibits include a model railroad layout; displays tracing the life of famed abolitionist John Brown; a Victorian parlor, a general store, and a military room. Open trail near the Pressonville Road entrance. Pleasanton West City Lake - Designated Camping Area - This is the designated camping area at the Pleasanton West City Lakes.
23rd Street Bike Park Map - This sign is part of the informational kiosk at the 23rd Street Bike Park, describing the available trails, ranging from easy to difficult. Pottawatomie State Fishing Lake No. 1 - Restroom - This is the restroom at Pottawatomie State Fishing Lake No. 1, a single-stall unisex facility with no running water. Defending the Yellow Jersey - David Zabriskie (in yellow) at the front of the peloton on the final lap of the Circuit Race in Kansas City as he prepares to win the Tour of Missouri. Bicyclists on the Mill Creek Streamway in Olathe, Kansas - Bicyclists and pedestrians enjoy the Mill Creek Streamway in Olathe, Kansas. Southwind Rail Trail - Trail Rules - This sign provides the rules of the trail for bicyclists and pedestrians on the Southwind Rail Trail. Hours are dawn to dusk.

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