2010 Keystone Sprinter
2010 Keystone Sprinter
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State park RV camping is a wonderful way to see the middle of the United States, and when you book an RV in Rooks County, KS, you’ll be able to camp in an RV at Webster State Park. This state park occupies over 850 acres of land and is split into two parts, both on the shores of Webster Reservoir. The park is adjacent to a massive wildlife area that covers more than 5,700 acres and is home to many of the native species in the area.
While visiting Webster State Park, you’ll be able to enjoy the gently rolling hills of north-central Kansas, where the horizons stretch far into the distance. There are no major cities near this state park, so the night sky should be bright and clear when the conditions are right. There are smaller towns nearby for supplies and recreation, including Stockton, WaKeeney, and Phillipsburg.
While Kansas may not have the mountains that its western neighbor Colorado has, the state still has plenty to offer to guests through exciting outdoor activities. While motorhome camping at Webster State Park, you’ll have access to the Webster Reservoir, which is a fantastic place for fishing, swimming, boating, and more. This reservoir is home to walleye, wipers, largemouth bass, crappie, channel catfish, and flathead catfish, and anglers can fish from boats, the fishing pier, or from shore.
Fishing licenses are needed to fish at this reservoir, so be sure to get those sorted out while arranging the details of your RV rental. If fishing isn’t your favorite activity, use one of the five boat ramp lanes to launch a boat and spend the day water skiing, jet skiing, tubing, or swimming. Windsurfing is also popular at this lake, and there is plenty of space for everyone to enjoy their own activities without feeling crowded.
For activities outside of the water, you’ll want to head to the Webster Wildlife area. This preservation area has many interlacing trails, and hikers here have a chance to spot white-tailed and mule deer, pheasants, wild turkeys, squirrels, waterfowl, and a variety of local songbirds. It is important to stay on the trail while hiking here so that the local wildlife habitat can remain as healthy as possible.
The state park RV campgrounds at Webster State Park have over 90 RV compatible sites to choose from, and an additional 100 primitive campsites are available for campers without RVs. The RV sites at this park have mild privacy thanks to trees and low bushes, but campers should be warned that sound travels at the campground. There are many amenities that each RV campsite has, including water and electric hookups and access to centrally located sanitary dumping stations.
There are swimming beaches, sand volleyball courts, basketball courts, horseshoe pits, playgrounds, and hiking trails all within easy walking distance of the campgrounds. There are also centrally located bathrooms with flushing toilets and hot showers, though these attractions are seasonal as the water is shut off during the winter. All campsites at this campground are reservable ahead of time, so book your dates as soon as you know you’ll be visiting.
With a rental motorhome at Webster State Park, you’ll be able to easily explore some of the small towns in the region. One of the closest towns, Stockton, is home to the Rooks County Historical Society & Museum. This museum is a fabulous place to visit when you first arrive in Rooks County, as it is home to historical information about the county in addition to modern information on attractions, restaurants, and popular destinations.
Stockton is also home to a small collection of restaurants, including midwestern fare, diners, chain restaurants, Mexican, and a Chinese buffet. For other food options, you’ll have to head northeast to Phillipsburg or southwest to WaKeeney. In Phillipsburg, you’ll also find the Fort Bissell Museum, which is a restored fort that was originally built for the safety of early settlers in the area. The modern museum has many artifacts on display and is free for visitors to visit.
To the west of the park is the Nicodemus Historical Society Museum in Nicodemus. This museum exists to collect, preserve, and interpret the rich history of Nicodemus. There are photographs, written materials, and objects in the collection for visitors to observe, all of which are focused on residents, descendants, schools, and businesses that once existed here. Nicodemus also has a few restaurants and gas stations and is relatively close to the state park. However, you’ll find far greater selections in the larger towns in the area.