Between historical Oakdale Gardens and the Sunset flower beds, the City of Salina plants over 50,000 annual flowers. This magnificent display of color throughout the summer and fall is a Salina tradition that countless citizens have enjoyed for over 60 years.
The Smoky Hill Museum is a nationally accredited history museum, in the heart of downtown Salina, Kansas. This FREE museum tells the history of the Smoky Hills in a dynamic and inviting way, interweaving it with experiences, tales, graphics, and artifacts.
The Municipal Golf Course is one of three located in Salina with over 50,000 rounds played annually. The 18-hole course is over 6,200 yards long on approximately 137 acres.
This course provides golfers with an excellent opportunity to play par 3, par 4, and par 5 aspects of the game. The new "
Lakewood and Indian Rock Park trail systems provide unique urban experiences. The natural area and trails in Lakewood are constructed in the old lake bed, while Indian Rock trails are developed around the Historical Indian Rock.