211 W. Flint Hills Blvd.
Junction City, KS 66441
Phone: (785) 238-8181
Fax: (785) 238-5092
Godfrey's Indoor Shooting & Archery Range is an indoor shooting range, one of the best shooting ranges in USA, with a 30-yard (27.432-meter) archery range. The range is equipped with all the requirements needed to have a good and safe hour-long shooting session.
Heritage Park is a popular landmark in the city. It comprises of the Purple Heart Memorial, State of Kansas Vietnam Veterans Memorial, POW/MIA Memorial, Civil War Arch, a bandstand, water fountain and 1st Infantry Division Memorial.
Built in 1882, C.L. Hoover Opera House has gone through several changes, including one caused by a devastating fire. After all those years, it stands tall and proud, with its inspiring stage ready for productions set up by the city's theater groups. It also rents out its halls for special events like corporate parties, training and weddings.
Coronado Park is a neighborhood park, with playground facilities and a tennis court. It is a great place to interact and meet the residents of the locale.
Atomic Cannon is perched on a hill in Freedom Park. It is one of the remaining 20 cannons which were nicknamed "Atomic Annie," from the Cold War era. This huge towed artillery is indeed a sight to behold and a grim reminder of the turbulent times it was made for.
Built in the early 1930s, Rathert Stadium is a massive ballpark that has been a major part of the community since its inception. Many baseball legends have passed from this park into important leagues and have become national heroes.
South Park is the only park in the vicinity. This huge park features a disc golf course, a playground, walking path and biking trails. It also has grassy areas to sit and relax.
Nestled by the Milford Reservoir, Milford Nature Center is an educational facility about the region's natural environment. Their interactive displays allows you to learn in an interesting way. They also have live displays of wild animals and nature trails. Their Nature Playground is a hit among tourists as it offers many fascinating activities.
Konza Prairie Biological Station is located on Konza Prairie Lane and is a 8.61 acres (3.487 hectares) grassland. It attracts a lot of students and scientists for the study of various plant species. There are well marked hiking trails for hiking and walking enthusiasts.
Manhattan's city zoo, Sunset zoo is one of the most sought after places to be at. Over 300 animals and 100 species make this place their comfortable homes and are taken care of following the zoo's motto "inspire conservation of the natural world". The zoo aims at spreading awareness through educational programs for the visitors in giving importance to the natural world around.
Spread over an area of 45 acres (18.21 hectares), the Manhattan City Park is located on Fremont Street. Established in 1857, the park features picnic spaces, playground, playing area for children, a trail, tennis courts, rose garden and a basketball court.
The Nicholas Hall is a majestic Neo-Renaissance structure that resembles a castle from the outside. It holds the departments of science, dance, theater and military science of the Kansas State University. Also, it consists of a wrestling and basketball gymnasium, and two pools. Built in 1911, it features on the National Register of Historic Places.