Salina, in Central Kansas, is a city that approximately 48,000 people call home.
Topeka, the state capital, is situated roughly 100 miles (161 kilometers) east of Salina, while Wichita is 80 miles (129 kilometers) to the south.
If you like to visit the ghosts of the past, head to the Eisenhower Center and the Greyhound Hall of Fame, two of the most popular museums in the Salina area. Of all the collections and museums in the city these venues are two of the more talked about.
Among the best places for a game of golf in the area is Turkey Creek Golf Course. Grab your lucky seven iron and tee off, then finish the day in the clubhouse with a few drinks and laughs with golf-obsessed locals.
Lakeside Park is among the most photographed botanical parks around Salina. It is a tranquil oasis where families, students, office workers and the elderly gather to enjoy the fresh air and greenery.