- N - Z
- Old Mill Museum
The Lindsborg Old Mill & Swedish Heritage Museum and Campground is a 15-acre property with ample shade and a firm gravel road looping through, along the Smoky Hill River. Its 24 thirty-amp electrical hook-ups and large area for non-electric or tent camping is enjoyed by many and is pet-friendly.
Campsites are generally first-come, first-serve, with reservations for a space available via email or phone. For holidays and special-event weekends, reservations two or more months in advance are recommended. Campground amenities include a roofed, gravel-floor shelter house for picnics and gatherings that can be used or reserved by those with camping reservations. Pit latrines on-site, shaded picnic tables, and mounted grills are provided, plus potable water available near the museum office across the pedestrian bridge from the campground. Open fires are restricted to designated fire rings, placed on gravel only. Digging new fire pits is prohibited. Pets are welcome and must be on-leash or on-line at all times.
Campers may check in or obtain receipts at the museum and campground office at 120 E Mill Street across from the city’s Riverside Park and swimming pool.
Current Nightly Rates:
$12 without electric hook-up or for tent camping
$15 with electric hook-up
Rates are per camping unit. A camping unit is defined as one camper, RV or tent, with up to six people. Families with more than one camper or tent will pay per unit, per night. Refunds are issued for emergencies or for most cancellations made 48 hours or more in advance, except for designated holiday weekends.
For your convenience, you can pay for your stay by cash or check at the museum main office (120 E. Mill St. – across the footbridge), 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Saturday, or online anytime via PAYPAL or VENMO.
Contact the museum office at 785-227-3595 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Directions to campground from I-135: Take exit 78 to Lindsborg-Bridgeport and Kansas Highway 4 West about 4 miles into town. Casey’s, local gas stations, and White’s Foodliner grocery store available on right on Hwy 4 as you pass through town. Continue south on Highway 4, watching for the bridge immediately after newer residential area on right. Crossing the bridge, take first right onto Old Mill Road. The paved road curves to right (west/ northwest and campground is on right, with day-picnic green space on left. The site includes six power poles with four 30-amp outlets per pole.