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What to See & Do



All Veteran's Memorial in VFW Parking LotAll Veterans Memorial
– Located between Hwys 50 &56 just east of Midway Park this tribute to the men and women who have served their country features an M60A3 tank.


 Civil War MonumentCivil War Monument -  Located in Hillside Cemetery 1 ½ miles west of Kinsley on County L Road (1stStreet) this inspiring structure must be seen to be truly appreciated. Designed by Civil War veteran David A. Lester it is a triumph of a community working together for the greater good.


Edwards County Historical MuseumEdwards County Museum and Sod House -  Located in Midway Park at the junction of Hwys 50 & 56 on the west edge of town.  Travel to the past and celebrate our pioneer heritage.



Edwards County Atwood Wellness CenterEdwards County Wellness Center- Operated by and located in the Edwards County Hospital at 620 West 8th Street, the facility features both fixed exercise equipment and a solid assortment of free weights.  Single and family memberships can be purchased in several packages.  The Center’s card key system allows members access 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  Contact the hospital business office at 620-659-3621 or visit for more information.


Golf Course at the Country ClubKinsley Country Club-  Located 2 miles south of Kinsley on Hwy 183 this beautifully manicured 9 hole course provides challenge and entertainment for golfers of all ages and skill levels.  Set in the sand hills of the Arkansas River Valley the tree lined bluegrass fairways and greens form an oasis on the prairie.  Green fee (all day for $20) players are welcome and rental carts are available.

Kinsley Gun ClubKinsley Gun Club -  The club was formed in 1901 and moved to it’s current location on Briggs Ave. just south of the city limits in 1948.  They hold Wednesday evening weekly shoots, last Sunday monthly shoots and host several annual events.


Midway USA signMidway Sign & Park -  Stop and take a picture showing you are right between New York and San Francisco.  Just 1561 miles and you get to pick the direction.



Carnival Heritage LogoNational Foundation for Carnival Heritage Center -  Kinsley was home to a number of carnivals during the 1900s.  This unique museum captures the spirit of entertainment from a simpler time.  Located at 113 East 6th Street, contact John Ploger at 620-659-2201 to schedule a tour.



playground at south parkPioneer (South) Park -  The largest of Kinsley’s parks offers activity for all.  Playground and exercise equipment, two newly renovated ball diamonds (featuring a 1930’s Limestone Grandstand) , public swimming pool, a ½ mile walking path, public bathrooms and picnic facilities in several spots.  Located between 12th and 13th streets just off Hwy 183 on Kinsley’s south side this place is getting better all the time (coming soon a 9 hole disc golf course).

historic palace theaterPalace Theater -  Built in 1917 this gem has been restored and updated by the E Team, a local volunteer group, to  feature current movies on a weekly basis.  Adult tickets are just $5.  Try getting that deal in the city.   Located at 223 East 6th Street the Palace also has a stage for live play and concert productions.

Weyrich Basketball CourtWeyrich Basketball Court -  Built by community donation and labor this court features height adjustable goals so people of all size can play.  Located at the corner of Colony and East 7th, the court is lighted and sees activity year-round.

Many events and celebrations are held in Kinsley and Edwards County.  For more information and details check the City of Kinsley Facebook page and pay a visit to