North East of Winfield, Winfield City Lake is used for boating, fishing, picnics, and camping. Camper hookup facilities are available, permits are required and available on an annual or daily basis... Winfield City Lake
Pitch your tent under the stars! Camp along the banks of the Walnut River among the deer, wild turkey, and other wildlife native to South Central Kansas. Enjoy quiet and solitude, just minutes from...
This Cross-gable Victorian home was built in 1885 by J.P. Baden, an early industrialist, founder of St. John's College, and one of Winfield's most illustrious citizens. Mrs. Baden founded the Lutheran orphanage.
Featuring two water slides, zero depth entry, 50 meter pool & diving area. A separate youth pool (for those 48 inches & under) has its very own "Serp 'n Dipity" water slide.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 1:15 - 7:00 pm
Mondays & Wednesdays 1:15 - 6:00 pm
The Cowley County Historical Society Museum is housed in one of Winfield's original schools built in 1886. The native stone building and its historical displays keep local history alive and available to the people.
In 1893, John Peter Baden, an early Winfield merchant and entrepreneur, built St. John's College. It became the first college in the Evangelical Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod system of higher education to admit women.