The great state of Kansas has more to offer than just Dorothy and the prairie. Whether you’re passing through or taking a relaxed vacation to Kansas there are some great RV parks and grounds that are worth your while. That’s why we’ve compiled five of the top RV parks, sites and grounds for The Sunflower State.
Prairie Band Casino & Resort: Mayetta
Prairie Band Casino and Resort is more geared toward fun for those not bringing the kids along. The RV park on casino grounds will take care of your amenities with 67 spacious pull-through spaces equipped with electrical, water and sewer hookups as well as a picnic table at each site. There are private showers and restrooms available as well as laundry facilities. You can rest easy as well with 24-hour security on hand.
For fun, take the 24-hour shuttle to the casino itself for tons of floor games, live music, and entertainment as well as world class dining. If the casino gets a bit noisy for you head to the Firekeeper Golf course for 18 holes. Firekeeper was rated the best golf course in Kansas by Golfweek Magazine.
Cheney State Park: Cheney
You wouldn’t expect a windsurfer’s paradise in the middle of Kansas but that’s exactly what you get when you stay at Cheney State Park. The park itself is not going to blow you away with its amenities but there are 222 RV-friendly sites with water and electrical hookups. The park also provides dump stations, group picnic areas, restrooms and shower houses.
The reason you head to Cheney is to enjoy the park. Cheney is located on 9600 acres of water in the Cheney Reservoir that couples with nearly 2000 acres of public use land. Try your hand at windsurfing, relax on the boat, ski or get some fishing in on the reservoir. For those who prefer dry land, there is plenty of bird watching, hunting, hiking, and biking.
High Plains Camping: Oakley
This gem of a campground is hidden in northwest Kansas and eager to host you and yours. No need to worry about accommodations, High Plains Camping is outfitted with large pull through spaces equipped with full utility hookups including, water, sewer, and electric. This is on top of the spacious and clean showers, restrooms and laundry facilities. Smell that clean air? That’s because High Plains is completely smoke-free.
Inside the park, you have mini-golf, a fenced in dog run, playgrounds, pool, adults only hot tubs and even an on-site pub. There is tons of fun all around you as well such as Monument Rocks, the Western Vistas Historic Byway, the Fick Fossil, and History Museum and several other museums within an hour’s drive.
Curtis Creek Campground: Junction City
There aren’t too many large bodies of water in Kansas, but staying at Curtis Creek Campground will help get you on one. This Corp of Engineers campground has both no- electric and electrical sites for use as well as water hookups. The campground itself has showers, toilets, water station, dump station, picnic-friendly open space, and playgrounds.
The draw of Curtis Creek is its proximity to Milford Lake, with over 15000 acres of water and 30000 acres of area to explore. Milford Lake provides all water activities you would want such as fishing, boating, skiing and more. The acreage surrounding Milford Lake provides hunting and plenty of hiking and biking opportunities as well.
Deer Creek Valley RV Park: Topeka
Talk about praise, Deer Creek Valley RV Park has 10s across the board from Trailer Life, a 4.3/5 average rating on Google and a 9.3/10 average rating from RVParkReviews.com
You should expect great amenities on such a highly rated campground and Deer Creek Valley delivers with 59 RV sites that include 20/30/50 electrical hookups as well as water and sewer. All sites include both free cable TV and Wi-Fi access. There are spacious and clean showers, restrooms, laundry facilities as well. The whole park is kept safe with a security gate.
They have facilities for fun as well like a huge outdoor pool, fenced in dog run and children’s playground. You’re setup for a good tour of Topeka with the Kansas Museum of History, the Kansas Speedway and the Combat Air Museum right at your doorstep.
If you’re looking for somewhere that’s no place like home, Kansas is it for RVers.