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4 RV Parks near Ashland, Kansas
Aug 2014 - $15.00
We stayed here in a 26' cargo trailer. Other campers there were up to 38'. The monthly rate was $350. The nightly rate above is a guesstimate on my part. The owners are very nice. There are two other RV parks in town, but this is the only one with shade trees. Internet hookups are available if you'll be there long term. - jkproescholdt
Jun 2014 - $18.00
The lakefront sites are all taken by seasonals. There are spots with sewer for $2 more a night. Also, you need a lake pass to camp here, I think ours was just a few dollars. We were close to the lake and most all the spots are. Quiet during the week but busy on the weekend. Only lake in area for jet skis and such. Enough of a grocery in town. Sheriff's have dedicated seasonal patrol, though I hardly saw them in the 5 days we were here. My wife really loved it here and we'll be back for a much longer stay. Monthly is $250 plus power. - diceshooter60
Apr 2009 - $18.00
This was a welcome surprise as I figured it might be dumpy and noisy on a warm Friday night. It was clean and totally quiet. Owned by the city, it is patrolled by police and sheriff so you don't get teenagers cruising thru or beer busts. Park is in sections based on FHU, W&E or none. Park section with FHU was where everyone was so we stayed in A section which had pull thru, W&E, and next to a small pond. No one else around our section so slept like a log. Checked out the mens bath, and would have been okay if campers would learn to flush the toilets!! This park caters to the local fishermen who rent sites by the summer season or the year and leave their rigs there and use them like summer cabins. Would be perfect if they would pick up there butts and beer cans and not toss their trash into fire pits. They have a tornado shelter which would have been used if we had stayed the next night. They also charge $5 for a "three day car fee", plus $18 for camping. - number one
Apr 2009 - $15.00
We stay here a lot! Very nice little lake with very friendly people. It's an Oasis in the plains to us. Sometimes hard to get a spot. - bulletbob
Jul 2018 - $10.00
Looking for a quiet place in the country-this is? This is an isolated little camping spot well off the beaten track near the golf course west of Buffalo OK. They have water and 50 amp hook ups! Lots of shade trees and places to explore. The parking spaces are not specifically laid out and there is freedom to park where you want to. It does not have all the trappings of a KOA but if you want a decent place to camp and can live with 50 amp and water - this is your ideal place AND it is only $10 for seniors. We will be back. - Skip Pratt
Feb 2008 - $10.00
Campground is at Dolby Springs Golf course 8W,2N, 1/2W of Buffalo via Hwy 64.Pay at the golf course. Grassy area under trees with randomly spaced water and 20 amp electric. Grey water ONLY dump.(didn't need to dump/didn't try). Has a large picnic shelter, some playground, and some hiking. There are no restrooms or showers. This just a nice quiet campground. If need all the bells and whistles, don't stop. This campground seems to be run totally on the honor system,at least in the off season - Elliott