Location / Population
Rossville is located on an important junction connecting Highway 24 and Interstate 70.
County: Shawnee (SN)
Rossville has extensive health care services available.
Volunteer organizations are what make great things happen in town. Some of these include:
Points of Interest
Historic Campbell Baseball Stadium
Dedicated in the memory of a Rossville baseball pioneer, the historic Campbell Baseball Stadium features one of the oldest grandstands in the United States. A photo of the covered grandstand was featured in the July 1976 Bicentennial Issue of Sports Illustrated. Along with the signature grandstands, Campbell Stadium also has a towering monster chain wall in right field.
Citizen Potawatomi Nation Regional Center
In May 2005, the Citizen Potawatomi Nation conference center opened in Rossville. The 9,000-square-foot building was constructed here because most of the 3,500 tribal members in Kansas live within 50 miles of Rossville. Some of Rossville's streets, including Navarre Street, were named after tribal members. The tribe has about 25,000 members nationwide. The center provides the option of 20 units of elder housing. For those interested in the units are encouraged to contact the Citizen Potawatomi Center.
The City Park includes an amusement area featuring an extensive playground and courtyard, lighted tennis court and basketball court, open air shelter house with grill, picnic tables throughout the park.