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To add to what everyone else has written about the riverfront. Be sure to head up aways to the north. At about Atchison Street, there is a small area called Lewis and Clark Landing. You can walk out to the fishing dock and get some...More
Made a quick trip to town to visit family, bringing along a couple of kiddos who hadn’t yet visited Atchison. I took them down to see the River and this area of town looks great! The lookouts over the river and informative stops are very...More
Very well kept path along the river with information about the landing and stay there of the Lewis and Clark expedition. So relaxing to take a walk there and have beautiful views of the river and the wildlife.
We took a stroll along the river after dinner and it was so beautiful.
There are some informational plaques along the walk that teach you about the Native Americans that lived here and about the Lewis and Clark expedition.
There's also a very nice veterans...More
It seems like a lot of work was put into the Riverfront here in Atchison. I found it very peaceful and clean. The riverfront is easy to find, and walk-able from downtown. I did not walk the whole thing, but I probably walked about a...More
Having been away for years, it was a wonderful surprise when I returned to see what Atchison had done to the river front area. Although in a flood zone, the park and most of the riverfront are above the 'typical' flood levels. In the summer,...More
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Yes, there is. A small one in the part that I believe is called Independence Park. It’s a nice little shaded area. The kids had a blast as did the man and dog passing through! I wasn’t familiar with how these things work... More
Yes, there is. A small one in the part that I believe is called Independence Park. It’s a nice little shaded area. The kids had a blast as did the man and dog passing through! I wasn’t familiar with how these things work, but you have to stand on the center, painted spout to activate it.