This institution, which is now home to the 1st Infantry Division, was founded in 1855 as a frontier post and has a wealth of history to be discovered at museums, monuments, and other areas of interest.
This free local history museum downtown is where you should start if you want to learn more about Junction City and the area.
This fascinating museum that chronicles the history of the US Cavalry from the Revolutionary War through World War II should be a top priority on Fort Riley.
A bit to the northwest of Junction City lies Kansas' largest artificial lake.
A nature centre where you may learn about Kansas' natural environments is located a little closer to Junction City, right adjacent to the dam.
The C.L. Hoover Opera House (1882), a grand performing arts centre downtown, has served as Junction City's cultural focal point for more than 140 years.
A excellent baseball facility with a grandstand that has a native limestone exterior is located to the northwest of Junction City and is simple to miss.
The significance of this old Fort Riley structure cannot be overstated.
In Junction City, you can travel five miles while walking, jogging, or riding a bike alongside the Republican River.
A short distance west of Junction City, the Geary County Historical Society looks after this interesting group of structures.
Geary County hosts a bustling farmers' market with a broad list of merchants in the Church of the Nazarene parking lot south of Junction City.
A large area of native tallgrass prairie, similar to the kind that would have welcomed newcomers in the 19th century, may be found a short drive east of Junction City.
This 180-acre wildlife sanctuary, half of which is a picturesque lake, is only a short drive south along Highway 27.
The public pool complex in Junction City located in 5th Street Park, by Lincoln Elementary, less than a mile west of the city's centre.
This 18-hole course, which has been in operation for more than 40 years, received 412 stars from Golf Digest, ranking it among the top golfing locations in Kansas.