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In 1887, Gray County was organized, having been originally a part of Ford County.  At that time, Cimarron had a population of approximately 1500. The population of Gray County today is 6,005.


County Seat: Cimarron, Kansas

Date organized:1887

County History:

  1. History of Cimarron, Kansas
  2. Gray County on Kansapedia

Historic Landmarks, State, National:

  1. Cimarron Crossing of the Santa Fe Trail
  2. The Ranch at Cimarron Crossing
  3. Welborn 'Doc' Barton House in Ingalls, Kansas
  4. The Cimarron Hotel
  5. The Old Gray County Courthouse
  6. The Gray County Wind Farm

County Historical Society:

  1. Stauth Memorial Museum
  2. Santa Fe Trail Museum (620) 335-5220 204 S. Main, Ingalls, KS 

Websites about the county:

  1. Gray County Government
  2. City of Cimarron, Kansas | Facebook
  3. Cimarron City Library
  4. Gray County information on Blueskyways