Outdoor Activities

Lincoln County is a great place to enjoy wide open spaces, big beautiful skies, sunsets, rolling hills, winding country roads, wildlife and outdoor sporting activities. Some of our attractions include:

Lincoln Disc Golf Course

Disc golf course in Lincoln, KS

The new Lincoln Disc Golf Course is located at the Lincoln City Park, featuring 9 holes. (photo by Kelly Larson)

The new Lincoln Disc Golf Course is located at the Lincoln City Park on East Lincoln Avenue, near the baseball diamond, the city pool, the RV park, and the Lincoln Jr./Sr. High School.  It is a 9-hole layout situated across the east and west ends of the park. The main course is also available on the Udisc app.

The Post Rock Disc Golf Club hosts a tournament in November each year, expanding the course to 18 holes. Find more information about the tournament by contacting the PRDGC on Facebook.

 

 

 

 


KANcycle Bike Sharing station

KANcycle Bike Sharing station in Lincoln, KS

The KANcycle Bike Sharing station is located on the SE corner of the courthouse square in Lincoln, KS. Rent a bike!

Lincoln has a fun new way to be active, go for a cruise around town or get out on the road. The new bike station on the SE corner of the Lincoln County Courthouse lawn is one of eight KANcycle bike sharing stations in the regional area.

Join the fun by downloading the Zagster app on your phone and joining the KANcycle bike share group. Enter the bike’s number into the app to unlock. Return the bike to any of the KANcycle bike sharing stations, secure it to the rack, and end your ride in the app to allow the bike to be shared with another person.

For a video or for more information, visit http://bike.zagster.com/kancycle.

Ching-ching, ching-ching! What are you waiting for? Hop on and go ride!

 

 


Lincoln Golf Course

Golf Course 6-30-16 FRojas (2)

The Lincoln Golf Course features sand greens and beautiful rolling hills. (Photo by Fernando Rojas)

The Lincoln Golf Course is a 9-hole sand green course featuring an undulating layout with both uphill and downhill fairways and elevated tee-boxes. The course has recently undergone significant upgrades with members and volunteers improving tee-boxes, fairways, and greens.  The golf course clubhouse is available for rent for private parties or family gatherings and features kitchen and bathroom facilities.  See their business directory listing here for more information.

 

 

 


Connie Achterberg Wildlife-Friendly Demonstration Farm

Connie Achterberg Wildlife Farm

The Connie Achterberg Wildlife Farm offers a quiet place to bird-watch. (Photo by Kris Heinze)

The demonstration farm is the newest addition to the Audubon of Kansas (AOK) sanctuaries. Located southwest of Lincoln, it consists of 240 acres with cultivated fields, prairie meadows, streams and woodlands. The AOK will utilize the property to demonstrate how land can be farmed but also be very good habitat for wildlife and native plants. Picnic tables have been placed in the southeast corner of the property on an overlook.  Be sure to bring binoculars to view various bird species.  For more information, and the story of Connie Achterberg’s farm, please visit the AOK’s website at:  https://www.audubonofkansas.org/established-sanctuaries-.cfm

 

 


Gurley Marsh

GurleySaltMarsh

The Gurley Salt Marsh is best viewed at the Highway 14 scenic overlook 10 miles north of Lincoln. (photo by Kris Heinze)

The Gurley Marsh is a natural wetland located in northern Lincoln County approximately where Highways 14 and 284 meet.  The area, locally referred to as ‘the salt marsh’, is home to a variety of wildlife of all sizes.  Recently, a pull-off stop was added along Highway 14 for visitors to get a closer look.

 

 

 

 

 


Wilson Lake

Wilson Lake

Wilson Lake is the clearest lake in Kansas. (photo by Kris Heinze)

Wilson Lake is a state park that boasts the clearest waters in the state and one of the best mountain biking trails (yes, mountain biking trails!) in the Midwest. Located along the Post Rock Scenic Byway about 5 miles north of I-70, along K-232.  The reservoir features a rugged shoreline with scenic cliffs and rocky outcrops of natural limestone nestled in rolling hills of native prairie grasses.  The landscape is ideal for nature photographers, bird-enthusiasts, campers, hikers, water-skiers, boaters and outdoorsmen of all skills and abilities.  The reservoir offers excellent fishing and 8,069 acres of public hunting areas.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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