Considering a Move to Montgomery County?
Live in a Downtown Loft. Live in a Quiet Neighborhood. Live on Acreage in the Country.
Whatever you choose, you can send your kids to quality public schools. Work late at the office and still make it to the kids' activities. The average commute is 15 minutes.
Have a night out with dinner and a show in the city, or spend a day biking, boating, hiking or hunting in the country. Either way, there is always something to do when you live in Montgomery County.
An outdoor enthusiast? Montgomery County has numerous water sources for a variety of leisure activities including Montgomery County State Lake, Elk City Lake, Elk City State Park, and Big Hill Lake. Among the crevices and trenches, these popular areas also reveal awe-inspired bluffs, rugged terrain and nationally recognized hiking trails.
Passionate about festivals and food trucks? Mayfest in Caney, Cherry Blossom Festival in Cherryvale, Dalton Defender Days in Coffeyville, Old Settlers Day in Elk City, the Veteran's Day Parade in Havana, and the world-renown Neewollah in Independence are just a few of the many activities that draw large fan bases.
A variety of cultural activities combined with timeless traditions and some of the most stunning scenery in Kansas, Montgomery County can take you unexpected places!