Campsites and RV Parks in Kansas

Kansas - Where can you find dinosaur bones, moon rocks, award winning elderberry wine, great works of art, and the perfect fishing hole? Where can you see bison grazing on open prairie that still bears the deeply cut grooves of pioneer wagon wheels? Where can you discover all of this and more in one place? Where else but the State of Kansas.

Experience the great outdoors in its natural state. Explore the legacy of the western frontier. View some of the most unspoiled and diverse ecosystems in the country. Hunt and fish for variety of pursuits and at a variety of locations in Kansas. Find regional creativity displayed alongside internationally acclaimed exhibits in Kansas\' art centers and museums. Share a real farm and ranch experience with your family or learn what inspired people to defy the laws of nature and take flight.

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History: On the shores of Waconda Lake, one of Kansas' largest lakes, Glen Elder State Park offers nearly unlimited recreational opportunities. With it's rural setting, Glen Elder is a perfect place to relax. Modern restroom/shower buildings are open in Sioux/Kaw, Kanza, and Cheyenne from mid April to October. A full service Marina provides fuel, boat and slip rental, boating, fishing and camping supplies Description: Take your pick-swimming, boating, hiking, volleyball, softball and bike riding. The Osage area has sand Volleyball courts, a reservable group shelter and a swimming beach. The Waconda Nature Trails are currently being developed. Concrete camp pads with secure tie downs, water and 50 amp electricity are available in Kanza and Cheyenne Campgrounds. A modern handicap accessible Fish Cleaning Station is located at the east dump station. Cawker City Park offers a nine hole artificial green golf course with a second nine hole for endurance golfers.

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