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Linn County Park!

-- OPEN ALL YEAR! --
-- 2600 Acre Fishing Lake - With 22 Miles of Horse Trails --

Linn County is one of the most naturally beautiful and historically significant counties in Kansas. It is particularly well known for its pre-Civil War and Civil War history, which earned this area the name "Bleeding Kansas."

 Features:
-- Duck Hunting.
-- 2600 acre fishing lake.
-- 22 miles of horse trails.


 Park Address:
Linn County Park
23095 Valley Rd.
LaCygne, KS 66040

 Contact Information:
Phone: (913)757- 6633


 Facilities:
113 sites, 23 full hookups, 90 elec., shower rooms, dump, laundry, phone service at site, camp store, limited RV supplies, swimming pool, 2 pavillions, 6 cabins.


 Location:
LaCygne: exit Hwy. 152 of US 69 Hwy., turn left 1/4 mile to Valley Rd., go North 1 mile to park entrance.


 Area Attractions:
-- The Trading Post is the oldest, still occupied, settlement in Kansas.
-- At the Trading Post cemetary there is also an historical marker about the massacre.
-- Kansas only major Civil War battle took place at Mine Creek. The battlefield is now a state historic site.
-- The Mound City city hall is a simple plain brick building built in 1868.
-- The Linn county courthouse in Mound City, built in 1886, is the second oldest courthouse still in use in Kansas.
-- The site of the Marais Des Cygnes massacre, a horrible event of the "Bleeding Kansas" era, is now a state historic site near Trading Post.
-- The Marais des Cygnes wildlife area is home to a wide variety of migrating birds.
-- Sugar Creek Mission, destination of the Pottawatomie Indian relocation (the Trail of Death), is now the site of a 400 acre park. It offers discriptive displays, hiking trails, and rustic areas.