-- 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."
-- Duck Hunting.
-- 2600 acre fishing lake.
-- 22 miles of horse trails.
Linn County Park
23095 Valley Rd.
LaCygne, KS 66040
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.
LaCygne: exit Hwy. 152 of US 69 Hwy., turn left 1/4 mile to Valley
Rd., go North 1 mile to park entrance.
-- The Trading Post is the oldest, still occupied, settlement in
-- 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
-- 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
-- The Marais des Cygnes wildlife area is home to a wide variety of
-- 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