- Maximum occupancy per site: 8 people and 2 to 3 vehicles.
- Check-in time: 4 p.m. or earlier if available. Check-out time varies per campground.
- Quiet hours: 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.
- Alcoholic beverages: Prohibited on swimming beaches.
- Generator use: Prohibited during quiet hours.
- Campfires: Allowed in designated rings or pits, following local advisories.
- Drone use: Prohibited unless in a designated area.
200 Horsethief Road, Marquette, KS 67464
Located in central Kansas’ Smoky Hills region convenient to Interstate 70, Kanopolis serves as a gateway into the state’s rugged beauty. Kansas’ oldest state park is known for its extensive system of trails meandering through stunning canyons, woods, and prairie. The trails are used by hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders. The beautiful Kanopolis Reservoir is a relaxing spot for fishing and scenic views. RV campers have the option of over 100 partial hookup sites, a few full hookup sites, and additional primitive sites among several campgrounds, all on or near the water.
29810 South Fairlawn Road, Osage City, KS 66523
This sprawling, scenic, and well-maintained state park is popular with locals and an excellent overnight choice when traveling through northeastern Kansas. Located on Malvern Lake, Eisenhower State Park allows campers easy access to swimming, fishing, and kayaking as well as beautiful water views. The park includes acres of tallgrass prairie and is adjacent to a 10,000-acre wildlife area, providing ample opportunity to escape into nature. The campground itself is well developed, with full and partial hookups, modern restrooms, a dump station, a general store, and playgrounds. Campsites are spacious and private.
13037 State Highway 261, Norton, KS 67654
U.S. Route 36, which passes through the counties bordering Nebraska, is a scenic east-west alternative to I-70. RVers enjoy Prairie Dog State Park as a convenient overnight stop along the route. It offers 80 big rig friendly sites with partial hookups that have shade cover and are spaced out. This scenic park, which includes a prairie dog colony viewing area and a large reservoir, is also near the town of Norton for shopping and restaurants.
Kentucky state park campgrounds that accommodate RV camping
Cedar Bluff State Park
Cheney State Park
Clinton State Park
Crawford State Park
Cross Timbers State Park
Eisenhower State Park
El Dorado State Park
Elk City State Park
Fall River State Park
Glen Elder State Park
Hillsdale State Park
Historic Lake Scott State Park
Kanopolis State Park
Lovewell State Park
Meade State Park
Milford State Park
Perry State Park
Pomona State Park
Prairie Dog State Park
Sand Hills State Park
Tuttle Creek State Park
Webster State Park
Wilson State Park
For more information on Kansas state park campgrounds, visit ksoutdoors.com/State-Parks.