Topeka, KS RV Rentals and Motorhome Rentals
Recent traveler reviews in Topeka, KS
Excellent RV, very nice inside and out!
Outstanding for the price!
The owners were amazing to work with, extremely nice and very responsive. We would recommend them any day. The camper was perfect condition and super clean.
Pedro was very helpful with everything I needed to know on my first RV rental. Highly recommend!
Prior to reserving and reviewing this rental option, it was 150 miles a day included with the reservation. When returning and paying mileage, the free miles were set back to 100...
The camper was all we needed and more. Stacy was easy to work with.
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Top 10 Hiking Trails for RVers
|Blue River Parkway and Minor Park Trail||Kansas City||Missouri|
|Wyandotte County Lake Loop Trail||Kansas City||Kansas|
|Old Kate Trail - Parkville Nature Sanctuary||Parkville||Missouri|
|Swope Park Mountain Bike Trail||Kansas City||Missouri|
|Shawnee Mission Park||Shawnee||Kansas|
|Landahl Park||Grain Valley||Missouri|
|Smithville Lake Trails||Smithville||Missouri|
|Bethany Falls Trail||Blue Springs||Missouri|
|Kill Creek Park Trail||Desoto||Kansas|
|White Tail Trail||Kansas City||Missouri|
Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Topeka, 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.
Kansas City Jellystone Park is located in delightful Lawrence, Kansas for the convenience of travelers from around the world. The friendly staff welcomes guests to take part in exciting excursions and enjoy the amenities at the park. The park has several camping options including tent and RV accommodations as well as rustic cabins or fully-equipped lodges. Their mission is to provide an environment where families and friends will have a memorable time. Lawrence has fascinating historical roots starting with the New England abolitionists who arrived to make sure that Kansas would be a Free State. The beautiful town burnt during the Quantrill?s massacre in 1861, but the people were resilient and have remained so. The campsites are available with sewer hook-ups as well as water and electric. Most of the sites have 30-amp service while some are available with 50-amp. Wi-Fi is free to all campers at their sites.
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.
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 & Natural History Museum.
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.
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.
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.
Dumpstations around Topeka, KS
Eastbound, Restrooms, Picnic Table, RV Dump, Pet, Handicap (R)
Eastbound, 50 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Handicap, Gas, Food, 24/7 Store, Hardees, Taco Bell, Dunkin Donuts, Pizza Hut Express, Travel Store, ATM (R)
Westbound, 5 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, RV Dump, Pet, Handicap (R)
Eastbound, exit on left, 15 truck parking spaces, Exit on left, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Pets, Handicap (R)
Eastbound, exit on left, 60 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Handicap, Gas, 24/7 Store, 5 diesel lanes, McDonalds, Internet, Travel Store, ATM, Pay Phones (R)
Northbound, 20 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Pet, Handicap (R)
Westbound, 25 truck spaces for short term (Extended parking over 90 minutes will be subject to Maximum Fine), Restrooms, Picnic Table, Handicap, Gas, Food, 24/7 Store, 5 Diesel lanes, Hardees, Taco Bell, Dunkin Donuts, Pizza Hut Express, Travel Store, ATM, Bulk DEF (R)
Southbound, 20 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, RV Dump, Vending, Pet, Handicap (R)
Northbound, Southbound, exit on left, 20 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Vending, Picnic Table, Handicap %Pets, Free wifi in the McDonalds, Gas, 24/7 Store, Travel Store, ATM, Free air hose, Pay Phones, Exercise Trail (R)
Westbound, exit on left, 15 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, RV Dump(closed July 2013), Pets, Handicap (R)
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