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3 RV Parks near Beloit, Kansas
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Beloit. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Beloit in the left hand column.
Jun 2018 - $26.00
We stopped here for just one night and it was fine. They have about 5 or 6 gravel spots and a few were taken by what looked like long-term residents. The sites are located behind a bait and tackle store and it appears the owners live on site in a mobile home behind the parking spots. Power, water and cable TV was great and the staff was friendly and helpful. There is a "for sale" sign in front of the store, so not sure this place will be here much longer. There were no showers or restrooms that we saw, but we didn't need them. - Safetylady01
Nov 2017 - $24.00
Small graveled RV park located right next to a convenience store (with fishing equipment), bar & grill and a fuel station. Easy access and very quiet. Cable TV very clear. Conveniently located within a few minutes of Waconda Lake (aka Glen Elder Reservoir). The 20 square mile lake boasts of great fishing with 100 miles of shoreline. There were no year round residents and managers live on-site and were very friendly and helpful. - travelingpeople
Sep 2019 - $30.00
This is a gem of a park along a beautiful lake with a nature conservancy next door. My only complaint was the camp hosts seemed apathetic and the fire pits were dirty and there was trash on the ground. Way too beautiful of a surrounding to not be better kept. I saw numerous pelicans while we were there and a giant blue crane. Gorgeous. - Lee and Trace
Jul 2019 - $33.00
Never saw a park ranger, or found any registration information, including expected time of check-out. "Pull-thru" sites are actually two sites sharing the same driveway so if the even numbered site occupant arrives first, they can simply pull thru but must be conscious of providing enough space for the second occupant who will be required to back in and feed their utilities under their RV. - Scldg
Sep 2017 - $26.00
This is a nice state park with spacious sites and free wi-fi! We stayed in the Kanza loop which are "premium" sites. Nice shade trees but little privacy. The shower house is dated and in dire need of a cleaning. Lots of flying insects (non-biting), but I attibuted that to the proximity of the water and time of year. - MSSW
Sep 2019 - $15.00
We stayed here twice in a week. We were traveling from Oklahoma City to South Dakota and used this campground as a one night stopover. This was a great stop. Went to the website and there is a map of the campground that shows which sites are 50 and 30 amp. There are shared water hydrants that are also shown on the map so bring a splitter if you don't have one . All sites are paved and fairly level. Sites are mostly shady. Close to the highway but quiet. There is a restroom but no showers and there is a dump station on the north side entrance. It's a great location to stretch and walk around after a day's drive. There is a municipal airport just up the hill. There is a very nice, large dog park that looks new. National Guard Armory at the North side with a couple of military vehicles to check out. A very nice 18 hole disc golf course goes around the park. Overall a very nice place to stop for the night. The fee is a donation at a kiosk. Just grab and envelope and put your donation in and drop in the box. We gave $15 per night. - Route66Rambler
Sep 2019 - $15.00
Price quoted is what I chose to pay, as the park only asks for donations. Pick and empty space and self-register. Parking surface is concrete, surrounded by grass. Most spaces have at least some shade, some a lot. I had to look around a bit for the 50-amp hookup. It was way at the back of the space, by the road. 30-amp box was in the usual location. Water hydrant was on the wrong side, shared with the next space. The park is very pleasant and quiet, and a great value. - JA1800
Jul 2019 - $10.00
Nice little park, beautiful area, totally convenient. Pick your own spot from pull throughs or back ins. Water is available, but not by every spot. Dump station is as you come in or go out right by the north entrance. Concrete pads, but none were very level. We used a couple blocks under one side to level out. We would totally stay again, especially as one of my favorite quilt shops is in Concordia - Fabric Essentials. Found out someone had taken a couple of our cotter pins, probably at the camp before, and we found replacements at a farm supply store in town. - Krislch