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Rivers Bend Campground

Joplin, MO

Apart from introducing the world to delicious treats such as Dr. Pepper and candy floss, Missouri also happens to have a few interesting natural jewels in her crown, such as a series of caves that make those spelunking adventures a little closer to home. When in Joplin, a stay at the Rivers Bend Campground will be both rewarding and relaxing as the RV?s line up next to one of the most scenic creeks in the area. The park has electric and water hookups, and is also fairly central, based near the major roads and highways for easy accessibility. The park also takes advantage of the natural beauty of the area, as it provides some RV sites near the wooded areas, and the river is ideal for kayakers. There is also a bar and grill on the premises for those who desire a good bite to eat and a refreshing pint to wash it down with.

Timbercrest RV Park

Springfield, MO

For those who are looking to relax, unwind, and enjoy a slower pace of life while on vacation, the southern region of the United States is the perfect place to do it. If you plan to take your RV down south, check out Timbercrest RV Park in Springfield, Missouri. This is a large city with a small town feel that you are sure to love. The park is clean and features many amenities that will make you feel right at home. At Timbercrest RV Park you can take advantage of spacious pull through RV sites as well as full service RV hookups. There are plenty of local trails you can explore and get some exercise as well as beach access to the lakes in the area. The RV park offers a recreational room as well as WiFi and cable for guests. Make Timbercrest RV Park your home away from home.

Hide A Way Campground and RV Park

Rogers, AR

Hide A Way Campground and RV Park is nestled in 60 acres of natural scenic beauty on Beaver Lake/ This is a locally family owned and operated campground that offers an array of amenities served with a large portion of Ozark Hospitality. Campground amenities include fishing, horseshoe pit, picnic tables, ping pong tables, boating and canoeing. swimming pool, marina, playground, family/group meeting room, and Convenience Store & Gift Shop. Beaver Lake offers the best in year-round recreational opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages with 487 miles of natural shoreline and more than 28,000 surface acres. There are many historical attractions in the area. Many of these are within 7 miles of the campground. The War Eagle Mill is a working historic grist mill with products for sale and a restaurant on the top floor. The War Eagle Cavern offers a 60 minute guided tour , gemstone panning, and the Lost in the Woods Maze.

Monte NE RV Park

Rogers, AR

Monte NE RV Park is located in Rogers, Arkansas, an ideal getaway in the Ozarks. The park is along scenic Beaver Lake. The site has a variety of accommodations to make the campers comfortable and happy. The park has 70 fully equipped RV sites with city water, sewer, and electric hookups of 30 AMP and 50 AMP. Guests on the back-in and pull-through sites will be happy with the accommodations. Guests will also be pleased with the amenities at the park. There are restroom facilities with hot showers, laundry rooms, and free WiFi in the recreation room. The location is adjacent to Beaver Lake, so there is fast and convenient access for boating, walking nature trails, bird watching, and much more. This is a quiet, peaceful place where the entire family or a group of friends can get away from ordinary life in the cities. The beautiful Ozark terrain offers gorgeous backdrops for all of the activities.

Pilgrims Rest

, AR

If you're looking for a nice, small RV park in a country setting in the Springdale, Arkansas area, then Pilgrims Rest is definitely one of the parks most likely to melt your butter. There may only be 30 sites, but they are all pull throughs and are supplied with a full list of hookups and connections including both 30 and 50 amp electric, water, sewer, and free wifi. This park is suitable for big rig access, especially if coming in off Highway 412, and the sites are level with plenty of room and will accommodate even the longest motor home. This wonderful little park is great value for money, and will suit most visitors whether driving their own mobile home in here, or pitching a tent. The restrooms are fitted with hot showers and are cleaned regularly. With a nice clean laundry on site, and a pet area, this park is also very convenient to the Fayetteville area for access to various leisure activities.

Cowpatty RV Park and Campground

West Fork, AR

If you consider yourself to be a die hard Razorback fan and are heading to Fayetteville to watch one of the big games, pull your RV into Cowpatty RV Park and Campground and celebrate the team with fellow sports enthusiasts. Cowpatty RV Park and Campground is located in Fayetteville, Arkansas and provides quick and easy access to the Razorback Stadium. This is a low key RV resort that is family owned and operated. At Cowpatty RV Park and Campground, you will find many different RV lots and all of them offer full service hookups. The park offers WiFi and a variety of amenities to keep you entertained while you are visiting. You can enjoy a game night in the recreation hall, go swimming in the on site pool, or enjoy some delicious BBQ on the back deck grill. This is a place where you can go to relax and unwind after a thrilling game.

Bluff Landing

Broken Arrow, OK

Oklahoma is known for its vast plains and true Americana spirit. If you plan to travel through the area with your RV, check out Bluff Landing and enjoy a camping experience in which you can get away from it all and enjoy some peace and quiet. Bluff Landing is located in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and is a great place to retreat to at night. You will get to camp out in the plains and listen to the sounds of wildlife at night as they roam the meadows. Bluff Landing offers full service RV lots that are easy to navigate and are kept in pristine condition. You can eat your meals at one of the picnic tables and roast marshmallows at the fire pit at night. For a more authentic experience, grab your dutch oven and boil up a pot of chili with a side order of fire baked cornbread.

Walnut Grove RV Park

Merriam, KS

Tucked away near the heart of the Merriam Downtown Business District, <strong>Walnut Grove RV Park</strong> offers short and long term lots while in your RV rental from Kansas City. While your renting your RV the amenities at Walnut Grove RV Park include hot showers, clean restrooms, full hook-ups, laundromat, dump station, pets are welcome, both 30 and 50 amps sites are available, which is great for either RV Rentals Class A, B, C and travel trailers. Lots are phone and cable ready for longer stays. A Community Room and internet service is also available for RV Campers. Paved roads lead to our 54 RV sites. Walnut Grove RV Park is located in Merriam which is 13.6 miles north of Olathe.The short drive takes only about 20 minutes. There are many historical sites in the area including the Mahafee Stage Coach Stop and Shawnee Mission Indian Museums, both are great to explore with your RV rental. Please ask for brochures and maps. The Gambling Boats are Harrah?s, Argosy, Isle of Capri and Hollywood Casino. All are located about 15 minutes away on the river, just a short drive from RV park. Walnut Grove RV Park is a comfortable and convenient site for enjoying this little area of Kansas in your RV rental. Get Outdoorsy!

Clinton State Park

Lawrence, KS

If you are interested in boating and fishing, head over to the Clinton State Park in Lawrence, Kansas, with your RV. Even if you're not keen on watersports, this is still a great place to go. You get full hookup, WiFi, and cable TV. The bathrooms here are large and clean, and you get picnic tables on your site. The sites are wide so you get plenty of space between you and your neighbours, and there are trees for shade. There is plenty to do on site if you don't want to go out. You get both waterfront and pool access, there is a trail to hike along, which takes you to the lake, and there is a playground for the kids as well as a pet area. If you want to venture further afield, you are just 17 miles from the city of Lawrence, where you can shop until you drop. There are also plenty of restaurants here, from fast food to fine dining. Massachusetts Street is the place to go for great shops and restaurants. If you are a history buff, why not visit the Biodiversity Institute &amp; Natural History Museum.

Blue Springs, Missouri Campground

Lee's Summit, MO

Blue Springs, Missouri Campground is in Blue Springs, Missouri, a city about 20 miles east of Kansas City, Missouri. The campground is clean and nicely landscaped. There are 82 campsites on the premises. Full hookups are available on 30 of the sites while 13 sites have electric and water. Ten sites have only electric. There is an attendant on duty at all time. The showers and restrooms are excellent and available for registered guests. The park also provides ice, firewood, picnic tables, laundry, grills, and a playground. There are excellent recreational facilities in the area including lakes, marinas, and public swimming beaches. The golf courses in the area are outstanding. There are also hiking and biking trails for some relaxing time in the outdoors. Anglers will find fishing holes with the chance of a delicious fish dinner at the end of the day. The proximity of Kansas City provides endless opportunities for an enjoyable camping trip.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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