Whether it is checking out a good book, running out all your energy at the city parks or exploring our county’s rich history, there is something for everyone to enjoy!
Atwood City Pool
400 South 3rd Street
The Atwood City Pool is a beautifully remodeled swimming pool, featuring zero-depth entry and fun water features. Open daily, weather permitting, May through August. It is located in Kelley Park which includes a playground area for all to enjoy.
Atwood Country Club and Golf Course
561 Lake Road
Enjoy a round of golf on our beautiful 9 hole golf course.
420 Main Street
A historic renovated theatre right here in Atwood, showing newly release movies on the weekends. The theatre features state of the art- technology, comfortable seats and delicious concessions. It’s an experience you do not want to miss!
Visit our facebook page for current and upcoming showings – Jayhawk Theatre Facebook Page
Child- $3, 3-D movies $4
Adult- $5, 3-D movies $6
1 Block North of Highway 36
Lake Atwood is perfect for casting a line*. This stocked lake has Bass, Blue Gill, Carp, Saugeye, Catfish. Fishing not really your thing? Lions Park is fun for all ages, with a playground, sand volley ball pit, basketball court and a horseshoe pit. The highway rest area has restrooms and showers, as well as a camping area and RV hook-ups. Feel free to meander around the lighted path or toss a Frisbee along the 18-hole disc golf.
*Please note: If you want to fish,must have a valid fishing license. Licenses can be purchased at The Great Outdoors or Rawlins County Courthouse during regular business hours.
North of Lake Atwood
Featuring lighted baseball and softball diamonds.
Hayden Nature Trail
West side of Lake Atwood
Rawlins County Museum and Historical Society
308 State Street
Rawlins County Museum, established in 1967, depicts rural Kansas history. The Museum features re-creations of a beauty parlor, post office, doctor’s office and a one-room school house, as well as a variety of Kansas artifacts. There is beautiful art throughout the museum created by Rudolph Wendelin, a Rawlin’s County native responsible for the art design of the Smoky Bear program for 30 years.
The museum is headquarters to the Rawlins County Historical Society.
Hours are Tuesday-Friday, 10 AM-12 PM, 1 PM-5 PM. Open on Saturdays 1PM – 4PM, April – October.
Free admission. Donations are welcome.
More information: https://www.facebook.com/rawlinscountymuseum
Atwood City Public Library
102 South 6th Street
Looking for a good book and bit of quiet? Look no further than the Atwood City Library. The library offers a great mix of new best sellers and classics. A cozy child friendly area is a great place for young ones to discover the delights of reading. There is a meeting room available, wifi hotspot and e-books, audio books, and DVD’s, as well as a gaming station for 4th-6th graders!
Hunting in Rawlins County
More information: http://www.kdwpt.state.ks.us/news/Hunting
Rawlins County Sportsman Association
Clubhouse, Trap, Skeet & Rifle Range