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Oswego Fishing


category : Recreation
Oswego Dam

Located on the Neosho River at the north end of town, the dam is easily accessible and known for its wide variety of fish.

Strip Pits

Left from mining days and located a few miles east of Oswego, provide excellent hunting and fishing with a total of 8,200 acres of public land and water.


Come visit us in Oswego, Kansas

Attractions and Upcoming Events


Oswego Murals

National Patriotic Themes - This mural is painted on a side building behind the Visitor Center Caboose at Hiways 59 and 96. It was painted in 1992 by Mary Faye (Casey)

Oswego, KS Arts

Smith-Hollingsworth Log Home

The log cabin home was built on this site in 1867

Oswego, KS Pioneer History

Ted Watts Sports Art Gallery

Nationally acclaimed sports artist, Ted Watts, maintains a studio here and tours may be arranged. Sports Illustrated described Watts as "one of the fastest-rising sports illustrators in the country."

Oswego, KS Arts

MKT Caboose

For information on moving to, or visiting Oswego, Kansas, stop by the Visitor's Center housed in an authentic Missouri, Kansas, and Texas (MKT) Caboose.

Oswego, KS Railroad History

Things to do Recreation near Oswego, KS

New Strawn City Lake

New Strawn City Park and Lake is located in the middle of the town. The lake was drained and renovated in 1983, during which...

Cedar Valley Reservoir

3.5 miles west of Garnett, offers a recreational experience of rugged beauty. This new reservoir is a skiing, fishing, and ca...

City Parks

Kiwanis Park Playground tables, grill and rest room are adjacent to soccer fields. Located at the east edge of B...