In Kansas, you can find an excellent RV park to stop, stay, and enjoy time away with your family. RV parks are the perfect middle ground camping experience—with all the amenities you’ll need to stay cozy and all the immersion in nature to feel removed from your everyday bustling life. Here are five awesome RV parks in the state.
The Flagstop Resort & RV Park in Milford offers RV campers a private, gated place to park for the night or an extended stay. Enjoy the sandy beaches of Milford Lake, stock up on supplies at the on-site convenience store or grab a bite at the seasonal restaurant. The grounds also feature a boat ramp, shower house, and indoor/outdoor event sites.
Located one mile north of Hugoton, the Eagle RV Park is newly established and offers updated RV amenities. At the park, you’ll find a laundry room, showers, vending machines, and more, as well as a pool table, dart board, games, and horseshoe pits. The city of Hugoton offers loads of entertainment possibilities, too.
Forbes Landing RV Park in Topeka is a great place to park and enjoy Topeka. This park is located close to entertainment spots, restaurants, shopping, and close to the Heartland Park Racetrack. On-site amenities include clean bathrooms, dump stations, Wi-Fi, kitchen facilities, and more.
The Whistle Stop RV And Antiques in Colby is an easy off and easy on stop when crossing the plains of Kansas. The park is located adjacent to the Prairie Museum of Art and History—presenting a fascinating agricultural history of northwest Kansas. Within walking distance is the Aquatic Park which is perfect for a day of fun with the kids.
You just can’t beat a KOA. Featuring a fishing pond, horseshoes, pedal karts, paddle boats, a playground, volleyball, and more, the whole family will be thoroughly entertained at Salina KOA. Not to mention the yummy food right on the grounds, including Hunt Brothers Pizza and an ice cream social!