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The World's Largest Ball of Sisal Twine, Cawker City

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  • Last June we headed on down to Oklahoma to pick up a trailer and I decided to cut across country and get off the interstate. Our detour took us through Cancer City. While viewing the incredible Ball o...  more »
  • Traveling I-70 west thru Kansas, you can detour up to US 24 at Salina, then go west on US 24 to Cawker City. The ball resides right on US 24 in the center of a quiet little town and following US 24 we...  more »
  • Too cool. We drive a lot of backroads and just happened upon this attraction. It was a great surprise and just a lot of fun, especially talking to the few tourists there. Lots of laughs. We got lucky ...  more »
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  • Thus is a kitchy attraction but a must on any bucket list of roadside attractions. It was a sizable ball with a unique smell, which I could not place. Got some fun picks and headed down the way.
  • Not much here, other than a HUGE ball of twine. Happened across it on my way to the Geographic Center of the Contiguous US States (Lower 48), and was happy I took the time to stop. Brief explanation of the history can be found at the site, and the ball smells great - they must keep adding fresh twine.
  • Quirky attraction in the middle of nowhere. Saw it during a cross country trip with my daughter.
  • It's exactly what you think it is. A large ball of twin. Cool for a picture.
  • It was neat to see. Unfortunately there are very few services near by. We wanted to have lunch near by but could not find a place to eat.