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3 RV Parks near Ulysses, Kansas
May 2017 - $10.00
This is what it is, a parking lot for campers. It does have showers and we were able to hook up cable TV. Spaces very close together, the entire area was gravel, no grass. It is used by construction workers and harvest crews and by me...a traveling med tech. Did have a nice laundry room and 1 bathroom with a shower. - MAT-DAT
Mar 2014 - $8.00
A decent place for an overnight. Nice trail around the "reclaimed water" lake for walking/running. Great playground adjacent to the park itself. Water and electric worked great. The city of Ulysses is great. We wish we had more time to poke around the town. The museum in town is very nice. - CBird
Sep 2010 - $8.00
Nice park setting with a small "reclaimed water" lake and golf course. Utilities are oddly located. Pay at the Bentwood Golf Club building. Paved streets and concrete pads with picnic tables and benches. There is a playground for the kids, nice walking trails and some picnic shelters. Park is somewhat isolated from town and after dark the teens began driving through playing music with the bass cranked up. Also some younger kids were out fairly late on a school night. Although we did see police driving through frequently, we felt somewhat vulnerable despite fairly good lighting. The other RV park we saw on Hwy. 160 appeared very dusty and close to the road so this looked to be a better option. We probably would not stay again. - BigRigTravelerUSA
Oct 2018 - $10.00
It wasn't very pretty and there was nothing to do, but we loved our stay. At only $10/night for W/E (three-day limit) and the place completely to ourselves, how could we not? The grounds are spacious and level, well-kept (lots of garbage cans/dumpsters), and quiet. There are several ramadas with picnic tables, a couple of playgrounds, a group shelter, and plenty of space to boondock if you don't want hookups. The name is a bit misleading since the only water activity would be fishing, but accessing the water for that looked near-impossible. What WE did was catch up on internet business, walk/run the roads, and work on our hobbies. There were some day visitors each day who came to practice archery, walk themselves and their dogs, and the park employee who stopped by to collect the fee envelope and take care of a little maintenance. It was quite windy a few nights, which necessitated us pulling in a couple of our slides to prevent damage to the toppers. The showers are very old and obviously not used often, but there was plenty of warm (not hot) water.
If the park had been busier, the site spacing would have been much closer, but I can't judge that since we were the only ones there. Likewise the interior roads that may have been a bit harder to navigate (park) if other vehicles had been there. As it was, everything was wide open, and according to the park employee, even when "busy" it's never crowded. - Chasing Dirt
Sep 2018 - $10.00
This is an older State Park off the Hwy. A nice place for an overnight stay. We where the only ones in the Park. Nice grassy area and walking paths for walking the dogs. Covered patio at end of Park to have a family gathering. Restrooms are clean and have showers. Nice place to overnight. - Helms56
Oct 2017 - $10.00
Easy to find. Quiet. Well kept. We have stopped at this park twice for single nights. If we are in the area it can be depended upon for a restful night. Will stop again in the future. - weekendrider