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If you want to get away for a bit and get some fresh countryside air while at the same time doing many exciting things, then you need to book an RV in Rooks County. If you do that and then decide to go camping at Webster Campground, you’ll be in for a real treat. Go down to the waterfront for some fishing, swimming, or just relaxing, or challenge the kids to a game of sand volleyball or horseshoes. Whoever loses has to carry the snacks or food to the picnic shelter. You can also let the young ones have fun at the playground while you and your dog make the most of the beautiful hiking trails.
This RV park is great regardless of what motorhome rental you choose seeing as you can find pull-through sites. Some sites are shaded, some are not, and there are hookups for both water and electricity with 20/30/50 amp service. There are restrooms and showers for you to use, so don’t worry about getting sandy at the beach. You can even bring your boat when RV camping at Webster Campground, Kansas. Not too shabby.
Since you’re definitely still in Kansas, you might as well make the most of it and visit all the cool destinations around. Hop into your RV rental and drive the very short distance to Stockton, Plainville, and Nicodemus, all delightful places with their own personalities, or check out the larger cities of Salina and Hays. You could also explore rural Kansas and all its fields, or learn about the rich history of the county at one of the historic establishments. Oh, and there’s both golf and shopping too.
Motorhome camping at Webster Campground means that you’ll actually be in the Webster State Park itself - now isn’t that neat. Marvel at the prairie setting consisting of rolling hills and large skies while hiking through grass prairie and wetlands, past lakes, and over rivers. The birds that call the reservoir their home are great for observing and photographing and don’t forget about the fishing. Reel in a walleye, crappie, white bass, or channel catfish, and you won’t have to figure out what’s for dinner.
Also incredibly close to your RV rental at Webster Campground, you’ll find Rooks County State Park, another area great for some outdoor recreation. Spend hours walking around and becoming one with nature, play some volleyball, or go swimming in the invitingly blue water of the lake. There’s fishing as well, of course, and this time you might be serving bluegill, largemouth bass, or redear sunfish for dinner. You can even clean your catch at the cleaning station if you’re so inclined.
You’d better not have grown tired of lakes yet, because it’s time to get into your Stockton camper rental and head to beautiful Wilson Lake. Here, you can choose between no less than three different chunks of land to visit, including two recreation areas where you can go boating, water-skiing, sailing, jet-skiing - you get the idea, there’s lots of watery fun to be had. There’s also Wilson State Park where you can hike, have a picnic, or just sit and watch the people having the time of their lives on the crystal-clear lake. Watch some birds or spot some wildlife - if you have the energy.
Renting an RV in Rooks County allows you to gain the most fantastic experiences while learning about the area at the same time. How? Just take one of the one-day tours, where you can check out all the 8 Wonders of Kansas, or go on the Historic Rooks County tour. You can also visit the Frank Walker Museum in Stockton and take a look at old farm tools and clothing, as well as medical instruments, machinery, and even dolls. Since you’re nearby, don’t forget to go to Nicodemus and find out the colorful history of the town.
There’s a whole lot of events in the area as well, such as the Pancake Supper, Easter Egg Hunt, the Paradise Creek Festival, and the Annual Bazaar. And, of course, you can visit the Rooks County Free Fair, watch demo derbies, have fun at the carnival, and attend races and the ranch rodeo before sitting down with some food and listen to local live music.
You can also get mesmerized by the Kite Flying Extravaganza or join the sandcastle building contest. Have you booked an RV in Stockton, Kansas yet? If not, it’s about time that you finally get to go on the Kansas camping vacation that you’ve always dreamed of.