14 RV Parks near Auburn, Kansas
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of Auburn. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Auburn in the left hand column.
Sep 2017 - $35.00
Big rig friendly with concrete sites. Easy access to I70. Dog park was large and provided dog bags. Cable, laundry, and wifi worked well. Easy to ride bicycle. Very clean and well maintained campground. - Fulltimersrv
Sep 2017 - $38.00
At first does not look like much, but it has a good layout and turned out to be very nice campground. There are 8 "Big Rig" sites (58-65). Pull throughs (sites 1-37) and some back in sites. Our site 33 was just long enough for my 36' motor home and toad without unhooking. (sat friendly). Many of these sites have a slight drop off at the end. There are also deluxe patio sites. Sites are gravel/dirt with grass in between. FHU's good. Sewer a bit to the rear, may need extension if your bay is mid rig. Good Verizon and T-Mobile signal. Wifi - (5 Ghz 30 Mps down.) 2.4 Ghz was hard to get on, 5 Ghz did drop often. Many satellite friendly sites also treed sites. Propane on site. Grass areas for rover and a K-9 park. I did need a board under one wheel to level, but did not see any other rigs with boards. Camp store open to 8pm. Laundry rooms are in two places ($1.50 wash). There are cabins and tent areas. Playground, fishing ponds, saltwater pool, exercise rooms. There is a storm basement in main building. You may not want to trust your GPS to get here, some roads may have changed. There is one way in on a loose gravel road, and another over paved roads. If you call they will give directions over the paved roads. Campground near interstate, but not noisy. We thought it was a fine KAO for our overnight stay. - wtravlr1
Sep 2017 - $48.00
The road in is gravel and dusty but once you reach the campground entrance it looks park like. We had a deluxe pull through site that had plenty of room and was very nice. Site was situated so we got shade from out camper in the afternoon, very nice. Lots of full time residents but sites were well maintained. Lots for kids to do but still quiet at night. We would definitely stay again. - John Borajkiewicz
Jul 2017 - $36.00
Level gravel pull through spots. couldn't get on the wifi... Airstream wiht our computers but ipads did fine. We visited some friends who were staying in the park which contributed to the excellent rating. $36 with PA, $40 without. Park was full, we had the last space. Behind Super 8 motel, it was a clean park and the full timers were clean and picked up. The spots are close together. It was close to Topeka and hte cost reflected that. - Jim Lee
Aug 2016 - $40.00
It advertised cable. There was cable but they brought to you in a plastic bag. The lady explained how to hook it up. If you're looking for cable, don't come here.
We had 50 amp electric in a site behind the office. - TT543
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Stayed a month $300.00 plus electric. Has very friendly staff. It is well kept up. An excellent value for the money. - DRF
Oct 2017 - $20.00
This is a sel-pay park with over 100 sites many of which have lake views and 50 amp. We did have a tough time finding a site large enough for our 40 foot fifth wheel but eventually managed to squeeze into 17 although we were facing the wrong way. Views of the lake were amazing and they had hiking trails and beaches. Really enjoyed our overnight here and would highly recommend it. Oh and the dumpstation was one of the cleanest we have ever seen. - Lee and Trace
Sep 2017 - $20.00
The staff that registered us was outstanding in welcoming us and making it easy. That set the tone for a great stay! We loved the wonderful walking path!! - junmy3
Oct 2016 - $19.00
Very nice County Park in Topeka. Mostly level gravel back-ins, 30/50 amp and water sites. No sewer. Friendly people and excellent park surrounding Lake Shawnee with hike/bike trails, fishing, boat rentals, kids playgrounds etc. Laundry and clean restrooms. Would stay here anytime! - teepee51
Dec 2017 - $40.00
The park has nice concrete pads with plenty of space. The only negative for us was staying when winds where 20 and gusting to 35. There are no trees or other things in the park to slow down those rock your trailer winds. Other than total open space the park is nice and we'll kept. Probably would not go again but only because of the open space. - snowbirdstoday
Oct 2017 - $40.00
First class facility which is an outstanding value. It has almost everything a great RV Resort should have including gated property, excellent spacing between sites, paved streets, concrete pads, spacious patios, lots of well maintained grass. Every time I am near Topeka I make it a point to stay at Deer Creek Valley. I down rated the park for one reason....there are many more "seasonal" campers in the park than my prior stays. It's not a big deal but the clutter around the seasonal sites detracts from an otherwise pristine RV resort. If the park would enforce their written rules and restrictions that problem would be eliminated. - Jacarl
Oct 2017 - $41.00
Beautiful park with concrete pads, metal picnic tables, concrete streets (with curbs!), playground, cable TV, manicured grass, privacy gate, etc., etc. We noticed several long-term trailers and fifth wheels whose residents maintained their sites to very high standards. All in all, a very impressive park with first-rate amenities and spotless facilities. On the downside, the park wi-fi was very poor (useless, actually) during our visit which we found very disappointing. For those who can get past the wi-fi issue, however, this park is well worth the money. - edmck101
Jan 2018 - $28.00
We stayed one night en route from Independence, MO to Oklahoma City. We pulled in after closing and used the night registration they told us about by phone which was easy but I guess it's necessary to bring cash and in the right amount too. Unsure if checks accepted and no apparent way to leave a credit card. There is an abundance of pull-through sites, however most are not level (uphill going in). We found one or two in the first row that leveled out OK towards the end of the site. Our towed vehicle was on the downhill a little but OK for our size (25') motorhome. It might be easier to find a level site during the daylight! The bathrooms were satisfactory - not super clean or nice but not dirty either. Bathroom stalls have pull curtains which seems odd. It's easy on/off for US75. Some traffic noise but it quiets down during the night. Arrive before sunset so you can see and pick among the spaces. - MNroadie
Aug 2016 - $16.00
It was on So. US Hwy 75, it was a little off the beaten path but on the Santa Fe Trail. It was clean and everyone was friendly. - Jim and Me
Aug 2016 - $28.00
Great park easy to get to and very quiet. Lots of rabbits for my dog to salivate over. We were going to stay one week and decided after being there to stay six weeks. Great place. Lyndon was a great town. - Frank Farquhar
May 2014 - $16.00
My wife wanted me to put "Keep driving, this place sucks", but then she handed me the computer and said that I was more eloquent, so here goes... The manager was super sweet and accommodating; however this property is extremely in need of maintenance (the sites are not level) and even though there is 50AMP service, there is no on/off switch on the breaker box. One has to remove the fuse breaker and invert it...not too safe for the average citizen. Then, there's the cats. The park is overrun with stray cats; some of which appear to be in poor health. They run everywhere, including under your coach. There is an abundance of permanent residents who seem to lack pride of ownership quite a bit. Then, there's the two green ponds - fenced in, but still stagnant looking; complete with a flock of Emperor Geese honking around the perimeter. The meta-tag for the URL states that this property is for sale...could be a bargain if you have lots of capital for improvements and marketing. I would have to say this park is a pass. Nice manager, but not a place to stay. If not for being at the end of my driving limit and driving 10 miles past I-70, I'd of stayed at a rest stop. - cybercme
Oct 2012 - $15.00
We went down the dirt road only to find a rundown park that is full of permanent residents, not saying there is anything wrong with permanent residents as long as they can carry their trash to the trash and not stack it on the side of their RV (to the roof). We kept on traveling. Don't waste your time, find somewhere else to stay. - Jeff & Laurie
Jun 2012 - $15.00
Difficult to find, not good signage. 1 1/4 miles down a dusty road. Facilities fair, at best. Bath house clean and old with "no smoking" sign on door yet a receptacle outside the door packed with butts, just like all the other ones on the property. The smell of all the animals was horrible. It looks run down and with mostly permanent residents; I wouldn't stay here again and if it weren't for the Passport America discount, I wouldn't have stayed here at all. - bev48
Aug 2014 - $20.00
Pomona State Park is a wonderful state park with a lot of good amenities (lake, beaches, hiking trails, boat ramps). Our nightly rate reflects buying the KS annual camping pass, plus the KS annual vehicle permits (one per vehicle RV+Car), plus 3 utilities (50 amp elec, water, sewer) for a month.
We stayed here in February and really appreciated the ability to stay in a state park setting, with full hookups, in winter.
The staff were very friendly and accommodating. Even though we were one of the few campers here, this time of year, the park was regularly patrolled and it felt very safe. Staff was onsite during the week and readily available to answer questions or to help as needed.
The park is generally in good repair and well maintained. Some of the picnic tables, at a few sites, are in desperate need of replacement; but otherwise the park facilities were in good working order.
The park is pretty, quiet, and serene. Although we could hear (several) barking dogs from the surrounding private residences outside the park, there was otherwise no road noise, railroad tracks, etc to detract from the park's serenity.
There are quite a few campsites/camp-loops, ranging from water-front primitive camping to full-hookup RV sites available. We stayed in the Burning Heart camp-loop, which has full-hookups and is available for long(er) term stays.
The roads are paved, leading to gravel sites. Most sites were generally level and wide enough for an awning or slide-outs. There is not a lot of visual separation between the sites but they are well separated and about average for a state park (vs a tightly packed RV park).
Laundry facilities are available all year and the machines were in good working order, inside of a clean and usable laundry room.
The site had 50 amp service, a frost free (non-heated) hydrant, and sewer hookup. All utilities worked well. Other sites offer 30amp and water only, and there are several primitive campsites throughout. All sites have a fire-ring and a picnic table.
We had reasonable Verizon wireless internet access and had good ATT cellular access. Both were within 2-4 bars of LTE service (unboosted).
The park is located between two small towns, Pomona to the east and Lyndon to the west and offered very basic shopping and a few restaurants. Ottawa is the closest town of any size, offering traditional shopping and dining options. Kansas City is about an hour north.
Overall we really enjoyed our time here at Pomona State Park and will definitely be returning. - Geom
Jun 2014 - $22.00
This is a roomy state park with lots of grass and shade trees. There are sites of all sizes for both large rigs and smaller equipment. This a good park for an overnight stay or longer term. Swimming, marina, basketball, disc golf course, volleyball, tetherball. Equipment for check out at park office. It is clean and staff is friendly. This is on our "top ten" list. Price listed includes full hookups. - ksgypsy
Sep 2009 - $21.00
This campground is on Pomona Lake 24 miles south of Topeka. The campground is absolutely gorgeous with lots of trees and very spacious campsites. Every site is shaded. There are several different camping areas and some are primitive, but there are many full hookup sites and even more water/electric sites available. The sites in Burning Heart area are full hookup and there are several very long pull through sites that are quite nice. Most of the sites have only a view of the water, but there are a few water front sites near the marina. And several sites have no view of the water at all, but the wooded surroundings are very beautiful. We didn't use the shower facilities but the building looks very new and modern. We will definitely camp here again. The only reason I didn't give a 10 is that the cellphone service was marginal. Our wireless Internet card did work there however. - benidew
May 2012 - $11.00
This is a very nice COE park. There are several COE campgrounds in this section of Pomona Lake and all looked very good. Rate reflects a Golden Age discount for .50 amp, water, and sewer. There are only twelve of these sites and quite a number of electric and water sites. Contractors seemed nice and informative. We would definitely stay here again. - PALPJL
Feb 2017 - $33.00
Owners were nice. Small older park. Has a lot of neat features and located by a creek. Could be a nice little park but it is run down and needs updating. The restrooms were very dirty and had not been cleaned in a while. My wife would not even use them the ladies was so bad. Our site was level with shade which was good, but it was covered in nails. We picked up over 20. Miracle that we didn't get a flat tire. Wish this park was better taken care of because it could be nice. - JHooper
Aug 2016 - $30.00
-Spacious enough sites
-next to a quaint town
-path down to the river for exploring
-close to the highway, so convenient
-our site connection for the black tank was elevated and didn't allow gravity to work correctly for emptying, so we had to drive over to the dump station
-train track runs parallel to the campground. Very quiet when it's not running through.
**I don't have a receipt but I think we received a passport america discount. We would stay here again if passing through. - Ontheroamagain
Jul 2015 - $30.00
After crossing the railroad track, the atmosphere is like a little frontier town. The greeting was neutral and my receipt doesn't detail fees. Our site was level and near the showers with good shade. Utilities are adequate, and air TV was fine. Directions were clear and although between railroad tracks and highway, the campground is relatively quiet. It is such a good overnight that park was well occupied by nightfall. It is comforting to have a storm shelter. - Yeager
Jun 2016 - $9.00
Nice campground. Not an easy access off of I-80, but easy off of I-335 & US 50. Has beach. Nice & quite. - be rob
Apr 2015 - $18.00
Beautiful view of the lake. Difficult to find. Was on the opposite side of the lake from where our gps took us. Once there it was wonderful. Lantern hooks and fire rings were heavy duty. Toilets with plumbing throughout the grounds were basic but clean and well lit. Did not use showers. Paved roads, gravel sites and lots of grassy areas. Dump site nice and large, easy to use - Minniediver
Sep 2010 - $99.00
This is a Corp of Engineer by-reservation-only group camp site. The facility will handle smaller TTs and pop-ups, but it was probably designed primarily for tent camping because the dirt pads aren't long and would not support heavy weight. All but three sites are dry camping. Those three co-located sites do have electric/water. It's family friendly. There is a playground, basketball net, grass ball field, volleyball court, and a picnic pavilion. Sites have fire rings and picnic tables. There is a bath/shower house and a boat ramp is nearby. The campground is isolated from the rest of the COE RV parks in the area so it provides nice privacy for groups. My rating is based on like Group Site facilities. Golden Age/Access cards are accepted for a discount. - RLM