Submitted by scott on Mon, 09/26/2016 - 11:39
Venue
Off
40° 37' 15" N , 98° 39' 27" W

This site is probably located one and one-half miles south of Kenesaw. Sand Hill and Summit remain the most popular names for this probable relay station and stage stop, but sources also identify it as Water Hole and Fairfield. . Apparently, in 1864, the station was destroyed by Indians and ended all stagecoach use of the station.(NPS)

Note: The mapped point is Kenesaw

Pony-Stagecoach