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One of several waterfalls at Dogwood Canyon,
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Michael Pearce / The Wichita Eagle
A small chapel at Dogwood Canyon is often rented for weddings.
Chad Phillips, Dogwood Canyon Nature Park manager, left, and Jerrod Pearce walk the paved trail that traces the stream.
A rainbow trout cruising for food in a stretch of Dogwood Canyon.
A typical rainbow trout at Dogwood Canyon.
Dams were made along the creek, to make deeper pools for trout and to allow traffic to cross over.
Segway tours are a popular way to travel through Dogwood Canyon.
A rainbow trout cruising for food.
Chad Phillips shows a typical trout at Dogwood Canyonn.
A waterfall flowing into a broad pool of deep, cool water is one of Dogwood Canyon's most popular stops.
A fat rainbow trout fresh from Dogwood Canyon waters.
Jerrod Pearce with a hefty rainbow trout that hit a fly fished at Dogwood Canyon.
Fighting a rainbow trout that took a fly at Dogwood Canyon.
Dogwood Canyon Nature Park has several miles of clear water stream.
Families on bicycles are common sites at Dogwood Canyon.
Inexpensive tram tours are a popular way to see Dogwood Canyon.
One of several waterfalls at Dogwood Canyons.
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