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3 RV Parks near Elkhart, Kansas
Sep 2019 - $20.00
This is small campground, very clean and well kept. We unhooked our toad, as the sewer connection was to the back of the site, so we parked the Jeep in front of the motorhome....no issue with that. We had an issue with our entry/exit door and several folks offered to help. Problem easily solved! Elkhart is a small town on the KS/Oklahoma border; we were ready to stop and are glad we chose this location. It is on the 'honor' pay method so be prepared to drop cash in an envelope. We would stay here again when coming home on this route. - rdb
Nov 2017 - $20.00
This is a good place for a stop over. The sites were clean and level. There was a self check-in that was no problem. The hook ups were centrally located. The water hook up was something I had never seen. It was almost level with the ground and when pushed in, water was activated; and then push a small pin and it stayed on. The wifi and cable worked fine. There were no laundry facilities. A car was parked next door. - Al and Anne-Marie
Oct 2017 - $20.00
There isn't much choice in this area, but it is fine for overnight. No sewer hookups/dump station. No one at the CG, all communications by phone, but the owner does come by if needed. - wingnut60
Aug 2017 - $3.00
This is a USFS campground in extreme southwestern Kansas. The price is half off due to the America the Beautiful Senior Pass. The campground is about 4 miles east of Highway 27, down a dusty gravel road used by oilfield service trucks. It is located in the center of the Cimarron National Recreation Area in the bottomland of the Cimarron River. The campground is shaded by a few big cottonwood trees. The campground is served by two water spigots and a two vault toilets. There are no hookups nor a dump. All sites are back-in. There is no privacy between sites. The internal road is dirt and the parking areas are a combination of dirt and gravel. Judging by the potholes in the road, it does not appear as if the campground has received much maintenance recently. The Forest Service lists the usage of this campground as "light" but the August weekend I was there the adjacent picnic area was very active with many ORVers - some of whom liked to drive around and kick up the dust in the campground. During my stay, the campground itself had only one other occupied site besides mine. I would stay here again but, if possible, try to avoid a weekend in the summer. - Teardrop11