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Summers are full of fun at Longview Lake Park in Missouri. Located to the southeast of Kansas City with parts of the park extending into Grandview and Lee’s Summit, Longview Lake Park is a great spot for a motorhome camping trip. Covering over 4,800-acres of parkland, the primary attraction of the park is Longview Lake. The 930-acre lake is a freshwater reservoir that offers a variety of recreational activities to visitors. While its primary inflow is the Little Blue River, the lake plays host to several tournaments and special events throughout the year. Longview Lake Park is pretty popular with visitors and attracts over a million adventure enthusiasts annually! 

Camping with an RV at Longview Lake Park throws open a wide range of adventure activities. From fishing to boating, swimming, and hiking, adventure enthusiasts have much to look forward to at Longview Lake Park. Renting an RV is a great way of getting around, and you’ll find a range of affordable RV rentals in Jackson County. Not too far from Longview Lake Park are the cities of Belton and Raymore that you could also check out on your travels through the area. 

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Getting Outdoors

Get ready to immerse yourself in lots of outdoor adventure at Longview Lake Park. Anglers will enjoy fishing in Longview Lake. The lake is stocked with a wide variety of fish species, including bluegill, largemouth bass, carp, channel catfish, flathead catfish, crappie, and walleye. A fresh catch for dinner is guaranteed. You also have the option to fish from the shoreline or a boat. There are accessible fishing docks for visitors with restricted mobility. 

Don’t forget to carry your watercraft along when you go RV camping at Longview Lake Park. Offering a fantastic boating experience, the lake is easily accessible with two multi-lane boat ramps. All kinds of powerboats, jet skis, water skis, pontoon boats, fishing boats, canoes, and kayaks are welcome on the lake. There’s a full-service marina too, along with boat rentals in case you haven’t brought your watercraft. 

Fancy a game of beach volleyball or a swim in the lake? There’s a swimming beach that gives you easy access to the lake for swimming.

Pull up those hiking boots and set out to explore the trails around Longview Lake Park. The Longview Trail is 6.5-miles and winds along the lakeside and connects to the Grandview Trail System. 

Camping at Longview Lake Park 

Park your RV rental at Longview Lake Park to enjoy easy access to the park’s many recreational offerings. The Longview Lake Campground has 113 campsites and offers amenities like pull-thru sites, big rig access, tent camping, full hookups, 20, 30, and 50 amp electric service, water, sewer, dump station, central water spigot, and limited cell phone connectivity. Campers can access restrooms, shower stalls, and laundry facilities. Kids will enjoy running around the playground. Explore the many recreational trails around the campground. Feel free to bring your furry friends along to this pet-friendly campground. 

If you’re looking for a place to camp in an RV near Longview Lake Park, drive to Lake Jacomo Campground in Fleming Park. It has 57 campsites and features pull-thru sites, big rig access, tent camping, full hookups, 20, 30, and 50 amp electric service, water, sewer, central water spigot, dump station, and limited cell phone coverage. There are restrooms, showers, and a picnic shelter. Let the kids run around in the playground. Fishing and boating are other recreational offerings at the campground. 

Exploring the Area

Jackson County campers have so much to look forward to in the areas around Longview Lake Park. Kansas City is just over 20 miles from the park and worth a visit when you’re in the area.

Check out the National World War I Museum that’s considered one of the finest museums in the country. With a vast collection of informative exhibits on the First World War, including cabinets full of weapons, uniforms, and documents related to the war, the museum is a great stop for history enthusiasts.

The Kansas City Zoo is over a century old and one of the biggest attractions in the city. Spread over 200 acres of land, the zoo’s is known for its Kenya and Tiger Trail exhibits.

Music lovers shouldn’t miss the American Jazz Museum. Learn all about the history of jazz at the museum that showcases different styles, instruments, and exhibits on renowned Jazz musicians.

The Nelson Atkins Museum showcases an impressive selection of art and architecture. From European and Asian artwork to the building itself that houses all the art – a neoclassical style building – this museum is an art lover’s delight!

Spend a day of fun at Worlds of Fun – a massive theme park that is packed with exciting rides like the Mamba rollercoaster that is considered one of the scariest and fastest rollercoasters in the world! Don’t miss the Dinosaurs Alive Attraction, where you come face to face with life-size dinosaurs.

Kansas City is known for its excellent barbeque. Make sure you indulge in plenty of it during your RV rental vacation in Kansas City. Other popular city staples are the sour cream and raisin pie, fried chicken, and loose meat sandwiches.

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