Visiting the Lincoln Area
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Lincoln prides itself on its friendliness, hospitality, and community feeling. We welcome you to our community! Click here to print out a smaller version of our new Lincoln County brochure! Brochures are also available at all Kansas Travel Information Centers. To receive a brochure by mail, please e-mail our Chamber office.
Please note, this directory enables you to print out our brochure. More information on various entities can be found under the chamber business directory.
We hope you have a great time, and come back soon!
Post Rock Motel - 15 rooms,
1907 E. HWY 18, Lincoln - 785-524-4424
Clean, Comfortable Guest Rooms
Friendly, Helpful Staff and Reasonable Rates
Remote Controlled Cable TV with HBO
PrairieSide Inn of Denmark
1043 E. Perch Lane, Sylvan Grove (785) 277-3795
Spillman Creek Lodge
1125 E. Pike Drive, Sylvan Grove (785) 277-3424
5 miles west of Sylvan Grove near Wilson Lake
(785) 526-7767 or 526-7704
One hookup, by donation, first come first served. RV dump closed in winter.
Lincoln City Hall (785) 524-4280.
RV hookups - Sylvan Grove
4 RV hookups at fairgrounds. Sewer, water and electricity provided. $7.50 a night. In winter, advance notice is necessary.
Sylvan Grove City Hall (785) 526-7188 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Days Diner
116 S. 5th, Lincoln - 785-524-4933
Lincoln Pizza Hut
North HWY 14, Lincoln - 785-524-4462
123 S. 4th St., Lincoln - 785-524-4401
Your full-service food store featuring hot and cold deli, video, fresh meats and produce. Open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mon - Sat, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays
Ranch House Bar & Grill
107 S. Main St., Sylvan Grove - 785-526-7254
Lincoln County Pharmacy
204 W. Lincoln, Lincoln - (785) 524-4649
Country gift items-Barn candles - Willow tree collection - End-of-Trail chocolates
123 S. 4th St., Lincoln - (785) 524-4401
Full service grocery store, Video/DVD rentals, hot and cold delis
Stop and Shop - VFW Auxiliary
Used Clothing and other items. 100 block of E. Lincoln Avenue, Lincoln
504 E. Lincoln Ave., Lincoln - 785-556-1826
Harlow Studio & Gallery
101 W. Lincoln Ave., Lincoln - 785-524-4054
143 W. Lincoln Ave., Lincoln - 785-524-4752
Hayworth Plumbing, Heating &
119 W. Lincoln Ave., Lincoln - 785-524-3442
Lincoln Art Center
(see information under
Gift gallery with unique art objects
Jct. HWY 14 & 18, Lincoln - 785-524-5290
Lovin Huntin Jones Club (Sylvan
Grove), House, sleeps up to 8
202 S. Main Street
Sylvan Grove, KS 67481
Spillman Creek Lodge (located ¾ miles west of Denmark), Two houses, total of 16 beds
1125 E. Pike Dr.
Sylvan Grove, KS 67481
PrairieSide Inn (West of Denmark), House, sleeps up to 8
1043 E. Perch Lane
Sylvan Grove, KS 67481
Spearpoint Ranch (6 miles north on K-14, 2-1/4 miles east) House, 13 beds
1884 N. 215th Rd.
Barnard, KS 67418
A wall length mural of the four seasons of Lincoln County painted by Julia Bland is located inside Citizens State Bank, Lincoln. Silhouettes of community residents are colorfully painted on the outside of the bank.
Public Art Collection with over 30 pieces is available for viewing at the Lincoln Art Center with paintings, photographs, and wood carvings.
Watch for the zany sculptures of grassroots artist JR Dickerman while traveling along Highways 14 and 18.
The view from the ninth hole of the Lincoln Golf Course is said to be one of the best in the county and the sand greens one of the best challenges.
Swim in Lincoln's public pool. Picnic and play at the city parks in Beverly, Barnard, Lincoln and Sylvan Grove.
Visit the first country opera house known to exist in Kansas. The Denmark Community Hall with its beautiful wood interior is still used today.
Visit Lincoln County cemeteries and see such sites as the suitcase-shaped headstone. Group tours may be arranged with "Talking Tombstones" and divining rod demonstrations.
Make arrangements to see the site of the 1864 Moffit Massacre southeast of Lincoln with the Lincoln County Historical Society.
Spillman Creek Bridge.
Drive to Hell Creek Country in the southwest corner of the county and see the only stream that flows northwest in Kansas, scenic high bluffs and deep canyons.
The unusual salt marshes near Barnard attract a variety of migrating birds. While in the area, stop in Barnard to see the octagonal concrete water tower built by the WPA in 1937.
Fishing in the slightly salty water in the Saline River gives fish a flavor unequaled in other Kansas streams.