Introduction to Concordia, Kansas
Concordia is the county seat of Cloud County. James M. Hagaman founded the city. The name "Concordia" was selected as one of the early promoters of the city was from Concordia, Missouri. Concordia officially became a town on January 16, 1871 with the opening of the Republican Land District Office. In August 1872, it was reincorporated as a city.
Concordia and nearby Attractions
- Cloud County Historical Museum
- Boston Corbett Dugout House
- Pawnee Indian Village
- Lovewell State Park
- Camp Concordia
Things To Do In Concordia
Tourists can visit the Nuckolls County Museum. It is also worth taking a look around the National Midget Auto Racing Museum and the National Orphan Train complex. If books interest you, then you can visit the Concordia/Frank Carlson Library. Every year, the city of Concordia celebrates the Fall Fest in September. Camp Concordia offers facilities for ice skating, sledding, and ice fishing.
Manhattan Regional Airport is the nearest airport.
Concordia Higher Education
Higher studies can be pursued from Cloud County Community College, Kansas State University, Central Community College, and Hutchinson Community College.