Playing Ball at Sunset - Linn

Playing Ball at Sunset by Linn Skyscraper

Linn is located on KS Hwy 15 in Washington County, with a population of 395.  Linn was first named “Summit” by surveyors, because it was at the highest point of the Missouri Pacific Railroad.  The name was later changed to Linn and the city was platted in 1883.

The Linn community is home to 3 of the largest dairy operations in North Central Kansas, which include Ohlde Family, Willow Creek, and Meyer Family dairies.

Titan West and Linn Post & Pipe are also located in Linn, which are manufacturers of livestock handling equipment.

The City Park offers a swimming pool during the summer, two baseball/softball diamonds, RV hook-ups, a picnic area and shelter houses.  Dining options include the American Legion and Just Left Bar and Grill.  Lodging includes Carol’s Cozy Cottage B&B.

Linn is home to the “Linn Picnic”, an Annual Summer Event, which includes a demolition derby and kids games, held at the City Park.


Attractions:

Ohlde Dairy –

1814 9th Road, Linn

Family farm dairy operation, milking over 100 head per day.

Alma Cheese available for purchase.

Phone ahead at: 785-348-5697

R C Mueller Alpacas –

Enjoy getting up close to an alpaca. These cute animals are friendly and may even eat grain pellets out of your hand.

They also have an Alpaca Shack that has items made from the Alpaca fibers for purchase.

This is a working farm – must phone ahead at: 785-348-5419


Dining:

American Legion –

100 5th St, Linn

785-348-5370

Just Left Bar & Grill –

311 5th St, Linn

785-348-5560

Monday – Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. & 5:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.

Saturday: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m.

Sunday: Closed


Lodging:

Carol’s Cozy Cottage B&B –

19 N Elm, Linn

785-348-5419

Visit Carol’s Cozy Cottage B&B’s website