About Junction City, Kansas
Located in Geary County, Junction City has a population of nearly 24,000. It is named Junction City because of its location between the Republic and Smoky Hill rivers, which form the Kansas River. Junction City is known for marking the beginning of the Kaw. Junction City is one of the oldest communities in the state. It has a charming small-town feel with the culture of a larger city. The military base Fort Riley is located partway between Junction City and Manhattan.
Junction City offers a number of parks—take a leisurely stroll through Heritage Park to see the Civil War Arch, several memorials, and a water fountain. The Junction City Wetlands and Riverwalk Landing is less than a mile long, but not short on wildlife and nature viewing areas.
Wildlife Problems in Junction City
An afternoon at Riverwalk Landing is a great way to see wildlife, but seeing them in your attic isn't! If you have wildlife scurrying through your home, contact Critter Control of Kaw Valley today. We will help you make an erradication and future prevention plan.