Life in Junction City-Geary County Comes With Abundant Recreational Opportunities and a Thriving Arts and Music Scene
Monday, March 16, 2020
Life in Junction City-Geary County has many advantages. With a location less than two hours away from Kansas City, residents can enjoy a small town feel without losing access to many fine cultural amenities of a bigger city. The picturesque foothills scenery combined with wide open spaces and the largest lake in Kansas gives residents of Geary County many opportunities for recreational fun as well.
Live theatre, ballet and musical performances regularly take place at the historical 1882 C.L. Hoover Opera House. The Junction City Arts Council provides art classes for children and adults and hosts the annual Arts in the Park event. Festivals, art shows and outdoor celebrations are never scarce here and residents enjoy year round local events like the Sundown Salute, which is the largest Independence Day Celebrate in Kansas, the Fort Riley Apple Day Festival, Juneteenth, the Junction City Open Rodeo, Geary County Free Fair, Annual Hometown Christmas and the Annual Christmas Parade. Follow our Living Here link to learn more about the wonderful life in Junction City-Geary County.