Colby has many things to offer its visitors – from concerts to parks and historical museums to shopping. Whether you are new to the community or just driving through, Colby welcomes you to our Oasis on the Plains.
Super 8 Colby
Free Wifi, Free Continental breakfast, Microwave, coffee makers, and refrigerators in each room, Business center, and guest laundry.
Beautiful floral arrangements, decor and gifts.
First Christian Church
Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m.
Sports wear for the entire family. Great selection of sweatshirts. shoes, and Team clothing!
Southwestern and Mexican Fast Food
Udderley Delicious Yogurt
Frozen Yogurt! Lots of flavors!
Established in 1886 and recently named one of the Eight Wonders of Thomas County, the First Presbyterian Church is home to the first church bell that was rung in Thomas County.
Thunder Chord Guitars
Great selection of Guitars and other instruments, music books, & accessories.
Redeeming Love Ministries
Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m
Fashionable Western wear for the entire family. Great selection of boots!
Sacred Heart Church
Saturday Mass 5:30 p.m. Sunday Mass 8:00 & 10:00 a.m.
Welcome Home Cafe
Home town family cooking!
Trinity Lutheran Church
Saturday services 5:30 p.m. Sunday Worship 10:40 a.m.
: Sunday school 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:40 a.m.
The Colby Visitors Center is located on I-70 at the Exit 53 interchange. This unique building incorporates traditional Kansas limestone with a contemporary design that includes a real grain bin recognizing the importance of grain and agriculture to our area. Travelers are invited to stop by and visit with the friendly staff...
Open during the summer months, the Aquatic Park features a lazy river, lap pool, family slide, speed slide, and a curly slide. A wide variety of concessions are available...
Founded in 1964, Colby Community College is located on 80 beautifully landscaped acres and offers two year associated degrees and programs. View the Bea Davis Clock Tower in the center of campus and Ad Astera, the prototype of the sculpture on the top of the Kansas Capital Building...
This skeet and trap club is one of Colby's best kept secrets. The facility is open to the public. Please call for times and rates.
Colby's Walking Trail opened in 2014, but is already one of the area's most popular attractions. The 2.2 mile walking trail winds through a canopy of trees along the south wind break of Colby Community College and features limestone posts every 1/8 mile.
It is Kansas' largest barn and voted one of the eight architectural wonders of the state. The Cooper Barn and the large antique agricultural implements on display share the story of life on the prairie. A sod house, one-room school, country church and 1930s farmstead complete the 24-acre complex.
Fike Park is the most popular park in Colby for picnics, community events, weddings and general relaxation. Two gazebos, a volleyball area, horseshoe pits and tennis courts complement the large playground area...
Meadow Lake Golf Course is located on the north side of the city and offers a nine hole course, pro-shop, lounge and restaurant and grill.
View plots of trees, flowers and grains, all labeled for easy identification on 720 acres and take advantage of the photo opportunities in a quiet oasis.
Colby's newest park, Poolside Park is located next to the Colby Aquatic Center. It features slides, swings and a picnic area.
It's Smithsonian quality, with Kansas Style. View the extraordinary, international collection of rare dolls, quality glass and porcelain (including Meissen and Tiffany), textiles and furniture at The Prairie Museum of Art and History.
A working courthouse, the Thomas County Courthouse was built in 1907 and showcases the design of architect James C. Holland. Designed in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, the courthouse features a five-story clock tower with a Seth Thomas clock...
Villa High Park is located on South Range in Colby. This picturesque park features a lake where fishing is enjoyed by the youngsters. There is also playground equipment and a picnic area.
Western Plains Arts Association is a non-profit association offering a large variety of programs throughout the year in various communities throughout Northwest Kansas. Presentations include ballet, musical bands, opera, theater, and acrobatics.