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Cheney State Park

Cheney, KS

Getting away to the lake waters of Cheney State Park in your RV rental will be a fun family vacation. With over 600 campsites around the lake shore you are sure to find a site that is right for your family. Water and electric sites combine with no hookup sites to give you a host of choices when hitting the road.

USI RV Park

Wichita, KS

Located on the northeast side of Wichita, you can choose from 79 quiet, spacious and shaded RV sites which are spread over a 20-acre lot. Kids can enjoy a playground, and adults can discover the nearby attractions. In case you need anything there is 24 hour service available, and there?s an on-site store. With an easy to access RV park you will find it easy to drive your RV rental in and out of this park. A playground and gravel sites will allow for a great launch or return point in your RV rental.

Air Capital RV Park

Wichita, KS

A well designed RV park with concrete sites and grass. Conveniently located close to shopping centers, walking distance from many great restaurants and many other local attractions and pet-friendly. You can an enjoy a pleasant stay in a relaxed atmosphere. Look like a pro in your RV rental with easy navigation inside this park.

Owl's Nest Campground

Junction City, KS

Live, camp, or just stop over for a few hours at Owl?s Nest Campground, which has provided a relaxed, friendly oasis for a variety of travelers since 2004. The campground is only a twenty-five minute drive from central Manhattan, and is conveniently close to the Fort Riley military base and the Milford Nature Center and Fish Hatchery. Several lakes are within twenty miles of the park that offer excellent fishing opportunities. Each spacious site can accommodate virtually any sized rig, and is equipped with trees for shade and picnic tables. Short term guests can enjoy electrical hookups, and full utility services are available for long term visitors. Amenities for everyone include 24 hour free WiFi, a group picnic shelter, coin-operated laundry facilities, free showers, and a sauna. There are also two fully-furnished cabins available for rent if you need a break from the recreational vehicle. Mail delivery and propane refills are available upon request.

Tuttle Creek State Park

Manhattan, KS

Tuttle Creek State Park offers four camping areas - River Pond, Cedar Ridge, Fancy Creek and Randolph - make up the 1,200 - acre park. Electric and water hookups, a swimming beach, boat ramps, courtesy docks, and dump stations are available. Campgrounds contain 159 water/electric campsites, 8 electric/water/sewer campsites, 24 electric-only campsites, 20 electric sites with community water at the Randolph Area horse campground and 500 primitive campsites. Eleven cabins are offered at Tuttle Creek State Park. Each cabin offers a full kitchen with basic pots and pans, table service for six, a full bathroom, heating, A/C, picnic tables, grill and fire-ring. Reservations can be made by contacting the park office or online. Tuttle Creek has numerous nature trails, a mountain biking trail, and a scenic equestrian trail offer explorers a variety of routes to experience the aesthetic Flint Hills environment. Camping guests will also enjoy the scenic picnic areas, an 18-hole disc golf course, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, and conveniently placed restroom and shower facilities accommodate park visitors.

Turtle Creek State Park

Manhattan, KS

The Turtle Creek State Park in Manhattan, Kansas is 1,200 acres and made up of four units including River Pond, Cedar Ridge, Fancy Creek, and Randolph. There are electric and water hookups, a swimming beach, boat ramps, courtesy docks, and dump stations for all guests at the park. The facility has 159 campsites with water and electricity. There are eight campsites with electric, water, and sewer, and 24 electric only campsites. There are 20 electric sites with community water at the Randolph Area horse campground and 500 primitive campsites. At Tuttle Creek State Park, there are eleven cabins with full kitchens, basic cookware, table service for 6, a full bathroom, heating, A/C, picnic tables, a grill, and fire ring. The park has wonderful excursions available including nature trails, a mountain biking trail, a scenic equestrian trail, and so much more. The waterways in the vicinity have excellent fishing opportunities.

High Point Community RV Park

Enid, OK

High Point Community RV Park is situated in scenic North-Central Oklahoma and is a family and animal-friendly RV park. You'll find plenty of room for RVs of all sizes, including double slide-outs and big rigs. Guests are treated to a peaceful, quiet, and rustic camping environment. You will find it easy to kick back and relax within High Point?s 70 acres of trees and shrubs. All the roads are paved and most of the RV sites have gravel. All pets are welcome as long as they are kept on a leash. Amenities include WiFi to the front part of the park, a laundromat with 3 washers and dryers open 6 am to 10 pm, 35 cable sites, and climate controlled unisex restrooms and showers. High Point Community provides a cozy and comfortable place to stay as you explore and enjoy this corner of Oklahoma. RV guests are welcome to stay for a short time or for extended stays as well.

Ashley Lane RV Park

Enid, OK

Ashley Lane RV Park is located in Enid, Oklahoma. The staff at the park welcome campers who are looking for a clean and quiet place for a relaxing vacation. The park accommodates campers for one night or a long term stay. The weather is usually good in Enid, so the campgrounds are open all year round. The management has a person on duty at the park round the clock to take care of the residents. Each RV lot is spacious with a cement patio equipped with a picnic table for the convenience of the guests. The sites are equipped with 30 and 50 amp electrical boxes, city water, and 4? sewer connections. These connections are located for ease of hookup. The staff is available to help guests with their hookups. Residents are welcome to use the beautiful clubhouse, swimming pool, kitchen, gathering room, restrooms, hot showers, and laundry room. Shopping facilities are conveniently located close to the campground.

Grand Island KOA

Doniphan, NE

Grand Island, Nebraska is known for its endless cornfields as far as the eye can see, and this peaceful environment is the perfect spot for that RV to get a night?s rest. Grand Island KOA is situated right off the interstate, which makes coming and going fairly simple. The stands are fairly long thus able to accommodate big rigs, however, are a bit on the narrow side. The stands are provided with water hookups and electricity. The stands are drive-through, which makes it a lot simpler. The park provides WiFi and cable, and guests can enjoy a splash in the saltwater pool on the premises during those hot summer months. A nice treat is the food served on the premises, and guests have the option of ordering take-out pizza. There is also a well-stocked convenience store on the premises, which make filling up on the basics fairly easy.

Deer Creek Valley RV Park

Topeka, KS

In a quiet setting just off I-70 in Topeka, Kansas, near major shopping centers, restaurants and other equally important services, you'll find the Deer Creek Valley RV Park. Along with beautiful landscaping and surrounded by trees, the fully fenced park has a security gate, and is just a short ride from Lake Shawnee where you can enjoy fishing, boating, jet skiing, paddle boating, and a beautiful hiking and biking trail around the entire lake. The huge, level concrete pull throughs include roomy patios and all the hookups you'll need, which will make your stay here as comfortable as you could wish for on an RV road trip. The restrooms are fully automatic, with great water pressure and hot showers, and the laundry is housed in the same building. A swimming pool, playground and large fenced pet play area is available on site, and there are strict rules against barking dogs ? great news for people who value their sleep.

Sedgwick County Zoo

Wichita, KS

Recognized for its conservation efforts internationally, the zoo is home to over 2,500 animals of nearly 500 different species. You can enter an African village and view Gorillas and collobus monkeys, travel to South America and visit a colony of Humbodlt Penguins, or go to Asia and see Amur and Malayan tigers and red pandas. You can tour the zoo through a boat trip or a tram.

Old Cowtown Museum

Wichita, KS

A city frozen in the mid 1800s, this living museum offers a permanent collection with over 10,0000 objects, everything from textiles, furnishings, furniture, tools, art are proudly displayed. Stories from the past will be relived through daily activities and educational programs.

Exploration Place

Wichita, KS

Explore a seven foot tall model of the human mouth, see how art and science are intertwined, see what it feels like to fly, you can bring your toddlers to Tot?s spot where they can have an array of educational toys and costumes, learn how Nano technology works in an interactive exhibition. Learn about the importance of science in everyday life.

The Goodnow House

Manhattan, KS

Kansas played a pivotal role in the years leading up to the Civil War. It earned the nickname ?Bloody Kansas? because of the violence between those who wanted to keep it a freestate and those who wanted to turn it into a slaveholding state. Kansas is where the abolitionist John Brown first gained notoriety in his struggle against slavery. The Goodnow House tells the story of freestaters who founded Manhattan. Isaac Goodnow and his wife, Ellen, built this unique stone farmhouse. He started the Kansas State Teachers Association and established the college that became Kansas State University. Visitors to the Goodnow House will about what life was like during the turbulent years in Kansas. They will also learn more about the Goodnows at this native stone residence and barn. The Goodnow Hose is open Tuesday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm and Saturday and Sunday 2 pm to 5 pm.

Konza Prairie Biological Station

Manhattan, KS

Less than ten miles south of central Manhattan is the Konza Prairie Biological Station, a unique venue that combines compelling natural history with scientific study and biological preservation. The site is jointly owned and operated by the Nature Conservancy and Kansas State University, and acts as a field research station for the university?s school of biology. This precious ecological preserve is much more than simply grassland. This area represents the largest portion of unplowed, tall-grass prairie on the entire continent, and serves as a nature preserve for a variety of flora and fauna. This accommodates a herd of bison along with animals that include birds, fish, and reptiles. The public is allowed access portions of the site through a network of looping hiking trails, and once a year the preserve holds a Biennial Visitors' Day that allows visitors to access other parts of the preserve and conducts guided walking tours.

Kansas City Automotive Museum

Olathe, KS

If you are a car buff and you are in the Kansas City area, then a smart choice for you is the Kansas City Automotive Museum. What began as an idea by a group of car enthusiasts soon turned into a reality for the Kansas City car community. Two years of grassroots marketing and four awards later, the Kansas City Automotive Museum received its first major donation from a private donor, making the long awaited museum possible. The idea of an automotive museum in Kansas City makes a lot of sense for car enthusiasts.The Kansas City area is home to major automotive and motorcycle manufacturing, racing and a vibrant collector community. They have a long, storied and proud automotive heritage that needs to be preserved and celebrated. The museum highlights significant Kansas City automotive history such as 1965 Le Mans winner Masten Gregory (the "Kansas City Flash"), the Ford Winchester Plant, and Greenlease Cadillac. In addition, the Kansas City Automotive Museum hosts car club meetings and special events throughout the year.

Schlitterbahn Waterpark

Kansas City, KS

Home to the world?s tallest water slide visitors can face their fear of heights or simply enjoy the interconnected river system that takes you through rapids, currents, and tidal waves. You can ride the wave on the Boogie Bahn surf ride. And there are many activities for little kids such as 13 mini slides. You can relax on beaches or private cabanas, and enjoy a swim up refreshment bar.

Nelson Atkins Museum of Art

Kansas City, KS

The museum is known for its neoclassical architecture and extensive Asian, European and American collections, you can see prominent photography from artists such as Andy Warhol or view the Hallmark Collection of photos. There is 6,100 square feet, of Native American art to admire as well. You can also enjoy fresh air and the sculpture park where famous sculptures such as Auguste Rodin?s the Thinker and many more can be viewed.

The National WW I Museum and Memorial

Kansas City, MO

A museum which celebrates peace and liberty, it commemorates the impact the war had on the global community. There is much to absorb here over 100,000 objects and documents, life size trenches, interactive exhibitions, as you enter the museum you will cross the Paul Sunderland Glass Bridge which is suspended over a poppy field, nine thousand poppies, representing 1000 deaths.

The Burr Oak Woods

Blue Springs, MO

The Burr Oak Woods is a wonderful place for visitors in Blue Springs, Missouri. The park has received many enthusiastic reviews from recent visitors. The park is especially popular with bird watching enthusiasts from near and far. There is a nature center in the park with an indoor bird viewing area that is listed by the Audubon Society of Missouri on the Conservation Area Bird List. The park includes several demonstration sites with glades, savannas, woodland natural community restorations, and much more. Demonstrations provided show how tree harvesting and thinning improves forest health and wildlife habitat. In addition, visitors have the chance to use interactive, hands-on displays and exhibits. There is a 3,000 gallon aquarium, an indoor wildlife viewing room, and interpretive exhibits on the fish, forests, and aquatic habitats of Missouri. Hikers will enjoy the six hiking trails, and nature lovers will enjoy the scenic limestone outcrops throughout the woods. As people drive through the area, there is a good chance they will view deer, turkeys, and other wildlife in their natural habitats.

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