Elkhart has 5 city parks and an outdoor pool.
“Hidden in the Southwest Corner of Kansas you will find Point Rock Golf Club. Point Rock is the newest of the nine-hole golf courses that have been built in Southwest Kansas. Point Rock get its name from the Point of Rocks area Northwest of the City of Elkhart in the Cimarron National Grasslands. Morton County, who owns the golf course, has totally rebuilt it. The project, which started in July of 1998, has brought a new state of the art irrigation system to water the new Bentgrass Greens and Bluegrass Fairways.”
The USD 218 Recreation Commission offers a variaty of sports season for children, teens and adults. Also, the commision provide sport camps opportunities.
“Opportunities on the Cimarron include hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, biking, horseback riding, photography and bird watching. There are hiking trails, ten fishing ponds, three picnic areas and one campground. Also located on the Grassland are twenty-three miles of the Santa Fe National Historic Trail. This is the longest portion of the trail located on public land. Another important recreation opportunity is the trails and areas for riding ATVs. The Cimarron NG is one of only a few designated areas within the vicinity that allows this type of use.”
“The Museum was established in 1987, and though the people of Morton County are the true history makers, staff and volunteers are extremely proud of their accomplishments to preserve and conserve the past. The museum is a tribute to those who live … and a memorial to those who have passed on. A visit to the Morton County Historical Society Museum is an exploration in history.