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Sabetha, Kansas

  • Sabetha's City Recreation

    Sabetha's City RecreationThree public parks, a public swimming pool, four baseball/softball/soccer fields, tennis and racketball courts provide recreation for the community. Two campgrounds with pools, cabins and camping faci...
    Sabetha's City Recreation
  • Pony Creek Lake

    Pony Creek LakePony Creek Lake has a surface area of 171 acres and a mean depth of 13.8 feet. It offers fishing, hiking, and hunting. Camping, is allowed in designated areas of the Park. Permit required. ...
    Pony Creek Lake
  • Sabetha Lake

    Sabetha Lake provides a place to boat and water ski. With a one day or annual boat permit, you may fish, camp and/or picnic at the various shelter houses located near the Sabetha Lake. Make sure to ...
    Sabetha Lake

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Old Albany Depot

The original depot was moved to Albany from Bern, Kansas in 1965. It was destroyed by fire in 1980 and a new replica was built in 1981. It has been restocked with antique railroad artifacts. There is also a miniature train display. Caboose number 25061 and 25678

Sabetha, KS Railroad History

Old Albany

Old Albany is the remnant of an 1850s settlement by a group from Albany, New York. Albany continued to grow after the Civil War. They had a post office, hotel, boarding house, livery stable, blacksmith shop, grocery store, creamery, sawmill, and a millinery store. In 1870

Sabetha, KS Pioneer Life

Old Albany Schoolhouse Museum

The Albany Historic Museum building was formerly the Albany Rural School District No. 1, Brown and Nemaha. The two story limestone building was built in 1867. School was first held in the new building during the 1867-1868

Sabetha, KS Museums

Sabetha's City Recreation

Three public parks, a public swimming pool, four baseball/softball/soccer fields, tennis and racketball courts provide recreation for the community. Two campgrounds with pools, cabins and camping facilities are located nearby.

Sabetha, KS Recreation

WPA Mural

This mural is on display in the Sabetha Post Office as one of the WPA cultural projects in the 1940s. It it listed on the National Historic Register. The artist is Albert T. Reid.

Sabetha, KS Arts

Things to do near Sabetha, KS

Kickapoo Nation Reservation (Kiikaapoaki)

The Kickapoo Nation Reservation is the second largest Indian reservation in the State of Kansas, covering an area of 6,570 ac...