Stayed here two nights, this is an excellent KOA campground 1 mile west of interstate 35. The restrooms and bath house are the cleanest facilities I have ever seen in any campground I have ever been in. I would have rated this campground a 10 except the camp sites are fairly narrow and close together otherwise the this is one of the best campgrounds I have been in.
We stayed here only one night. We came for the Boot Hill museum and the casino. This campground is located next to a lake and the area is designed as a seasonal water sports club that has a number of year round RV's on site that are only occupied during the warmer months. Plus there are a number of year round residents in Mobile Homes. They are in the process of expanding also. Staff was very friendly and gave us no squawk when we told them we wouldn't be leaving until late evening on check out day. Don't go here hoping to get wet in the lake as with many parts of Kansas we are entering our third year of drought and the lake is completely dry as is the Arkansas river that runs next to the lake. Overall it's not a bad area and we would stay here again.
A fabulous place to spend a week. We thoroughly enjoyed or stay here. This campground was our favorite place to stay on a two week, three stop vacation traveling across seven states. The beach is great, surfers out surfing the waves dawn until dusk, sunset was awesome and just a neat clean park. Keep your food stuff picked up and stowed as there are many little ground squirrels running around more than happy to take food off your picnic table. The campground entrance is a bit of a tight squeeze getting in and the camp site was a bit tight getting into but we managed well enough. There is a busy highway not more than 20 feet from the east edge of the campground and a commuter train on the other side of the highway that runs about every 30-60 minutes day and night. Neither the highway nor the train was bothersome. We would definitely stay here again.
The term Trailer Village gave me some concern when I first read some of the reviews but once we arrived I was pleasantly surprised. This campground is an excellent place to stay close to the canyon rim. There is a post office, grocery store, gift shops and several other stores available. The groceries a bit pricey but what do you expect in a tourist community miles from anything else. We loved the quietness of the campground. Elk and mule deer are within 5-10 feet of your camper calmly eating grass at any given time during the day. Sites are a bit narrow but manageable. We will definitely stay here again.
A nice quiet place to sleep basically but that's ok because we weren't in Vegas for the country view. The park was exactly what I expected after reading the reviews. I would definitely stay here again. There is a laundry facility, swimming pool, shower houses, all are very clean. We brought a large dog, (aggressive breed by some standards) Pit Bull. While I was told when I called for reservations they didn't allow aggressive breed dogs and had a 20 pound weight limit they allowed me to bring my dog after I described his temperament. All was good. Nice and close to Sam's Town Casino. Fremont street and Las Vegas Blvd easily available by free bus.
This campground is an excellent choice for the traveler. We found the clerk to be very friendly and helpful. Shower house and laundry room were the cleanest I have seen. We will definitely stay here again.
We spent 75 nights here between April 1 and September 20. It's a great park to camp in even if it's just for overnight if you are passing through. My daily rate listed is a result of having an annual Kansas State Park camping permit, otherwise the daily rate is $18.00 a night and requires a $4.20 vehicle permit.
Great place to stay. Friendly staff. Kind of a small RV park (26 slots) but public bathrooms/showers appeared clean. Cannot vouch 100% for bathrooms and showers because we only used bathroom and shower in our RV. 20/30/50 amp service with water and sewer at all sites. Pets allowed. We went for the Farm City Days fall festival and would camp here again.