Swimming Pool Park is where the Municipal Pool is located and offers visitors everything from a covered eating area to where children may go and play on many slides and ladders
Elkhart Municipal Pool: Built with local funds, the Elkhart Swimming Pool is a huge attraction of the young and old in Elkhart and the surrounding areas. With the low entrance fee of $2 for 6yrs and up, 5yrs and under are free. The pool normally is open from the late days of May.
Cunningham Park is located at the North-Western end of Morton Street. This park is geared towards pre-teen and teen users. With basketball court and a large open area.
City Library park, located on Kansas Ave next to the Morton County Library is geared towards toddlers and grade school children with its many slides and swings it often welcomes families looking to get out in the sun and have fun.
Coronado Park located just off of Baca Ave on Wast Cimarron is a small multi-purpose park with swings and other multi-age playground equipment areas.
Whistle Stop Park is a park that is run through donations and the work of the city staff. This is one of the largest parks in the city's system and is where many different members of the community go to stroll and work off some steam along its winding pathways.
Hidden in the Southwest Corner of Kansas you will find Point Rock Golf Club. Morton County, who owns the golf course, has totally rebuilt it.Point Rock get its name from the Point of Rocks area Northwest of the City of Elkhart in the Cimarron National Grasslands.
Grassland Heritage Festival is held the first full week of June. The mission of the "Grassland Heritage Festival" is to educate and present performing arts that celebrate the culture of the Santa Fe Trail's historic travelers and to inform audiences about the need to preserve the Cimarron National Grassland and the high plains prairie where this convergence of culture continues. The Festival is a series of events designed to promote Eco-tourism and the area's cultural heritage through sharing the history of the Santa Fe Trail and Cimarron National Grassland.
Located north of Elkhart. Is the largest parcel of public land in the state of Kansas at 108,175 acres. There are many things to do. Bird watching, scenic driving, hunting, picnicking, camping, fishing and experiencing history are favorite activities. Take time to enjoy them while visiting the Cimarron National Grasslands.
One of the things you will want to do while in Elkhart is visit the Tri-State Marker. It is located 8 miles west of town on state line road it is where Kansas, Colorado, & Oklahoma meet it is marked with a wind mill showing the three states.
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