5 Awesome Campgrounds for Families in Kansas

By Cindy Lockstone

5 Awesome Campgrounds for Families in Kansas

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Pack up the family and get ready for a camping adventure. In Kansas, you’ll find a plethora of family-oriented campgrounds just waiting to be explored by your little ones! From lake-side campsites to beautiful parks, you’ll find something for the whole family to enjoy at these great family-friendly campgrounds in Kansas. 

1. Council Grove Lake Campground, Council Grove, KS

Council Grove Lake Campground near the city of Council Grove is a great campsite destination for the entire family. Being situated by the beautiful Council Grove Lake makes this campsite a nice place to spend a hot summer day. Enjoy boating, fishing, hiking, and water sports at Council Grove.

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2. Kanopolis State Park, Marquette, KS

The Kanopolis State Park is located on the Prairie Trail Scenic Byway and is Kansas’ first state park. Kanopolis is a great state park to pitch a tent, and spend hours with your family exploring the rich history and scenic trails. Over 30 miles of trails can be utilized by hikers, mountain bikers, and even horseback riders.

3. Lake Scott State Park, Scott City, KS

Enjoy summer camping with the family at Lake Scott State Park near Scott City. This park was named by National Geographic as one of the country's 50 must-see state parks. While here, explore water sports, fishing, hiking, and sightseeing. The park is also ideal for wildlife observation, where you can see native creatures in their natural habitats. The kids will surely have a blast.

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4. Clinton State Park, Lawrence, KS

The Clinton State Park is four miles west of Lawrence and provides the perfect spot to camp out with your family and unplug. Water sports, hiking, biking, disc golf, nature trails, archery ranges, sand volleyball, a swim beach, fishing ponds, and playgrounds are all featured at Clinton. Pitch your tent and spend the summer outdoors! 

5. El Dorado State Park, El Dorado, KS

Travel east of El Dorado and you will find El Dorado State Park. Known as one of the top state parks in America because of its accessibility to fishing, boating and family fun. After you pitch the family tent and prepare your campsite, you have over 4,000 acres to explore. Plus, take the family hiking, biking, horseback riding or swimming.

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