- Sep 19, 2019
McPherson County Communities
Ranked as one of “America’s 50 Best Cities to Live” by USA Today, McPherson’s diverse restaurant and shopping options are only outshined by recreation opportunities and events for all ages. Along with premier amenities, McPherson is the central hub for jobs in McPherson County.
Lindsborg’s thriving arts community and rich Swedish traditions landed it on TravelChannel.com’s list of “50 of the Most Charming Small Towns in America.” With hand painted Dala Horses lining the streets of its brick-road downtown, it’s hard not to feel right at home in the community.
Inman has quaint small-town charm paired with amenities to keep every member of your family active, including a Motocross track and public tennis courts. Nature lovers and hunters will love the McPherson Wetlands, located just outside of town.
One of Kansas’ best kept secrets, Marquette’s free housing lots are waiting for you to build your dream house. In addition to a safe, walkable community and youth and adult recreation opportunities, Marquette is close to Kanopolis lake for adventurers who like to hike, camp, and fish.
This community offers great schools, great job opportunities, and wonderful neighbors.Besides being a great place to live, Moundridge has the essential ingredients for industrial growth. An industrious work force, convenient industrial sites, adjacent airport facilities, daily truck, rail, and UPS service, abundant water, electrical and municipally-owned utilities make this community ready for further industrial development.
Canton residents enjoy the peace and tranquility of rural life, yet are able to access the amenities offered by larger nearby cities. Just north of Canton, nature lovers can watch elk and bison roam at Maxwell Wildlife Refuge.
Galva is an ever-expanding bedroom community of McPherson with two new housing developments, as well as a new park and new ball diamonds for baseball and softball. It’s nearness to larger cities gives a quick and easy access to shopping, recreation, and cultural events, yet allows living in a smaller, caring, quiet community.
Head west from McPherson, and you’ll find the farm community of Windom, home to an innovative elementary school, a town full of civic pride, an auto restoration gem, and some of our state’s most innovative farmers. You’ll always find company at the Windom Senior Center for morning coffee, as well as neighborly chat at the Post Office.