10 RV Parks near Baldwin City, Kansas
We did however find 10 campgrounds within 25 miles of Baldwin City. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Baldwin City in the left hand column.
Jun 2015 - $11.00
There is a mixture of tents and RV sites with a mixture of 30 amp only or 30 amp with water or there is 30/50 amps with water and sewage. Most sites are fairly level. Sites are clean. - From the Kites
Sep 2010 - $16.00
This is a decent COE campground that would probably fit well into a few days or weekend of camping. But there were some negatives that chipped away at my rating. It has good paved access roads, a fair amount of space between well maintained sites, partial shade thru out, picnic tables, fire rings, and grills. There is a nice playground for the kiddos. The sites will accommodate all rigs. Its half 30A electric and half dry camping sites. The dry sites are the same size and design as the RV sites and would please most tent campers who don’t want electricity. There are only four or five pull thru sites which in my opinion doesn’t rate as a place with pull thrus. 3G cell, satellite, and TV signals are good. There are also some 50A sites, but they are occupied by custodians or volunteers during the season. The negatives are that the majority of sites have some degree of fore and aft level issues. It is hard to understand, that in this mostly flat campground in a flat state like Kansas, they couldn’t get that right. The four restroom buildings don’t have shower capabilities. That is in a separate building in the campground which is some distance from the majority of camp sites. The lighting in all of the buildings are on day/night sensors. During the day the inside of the buildings are dark. The only water faucets where you can connect a hose to fill tanks is at the bathroom buildings and that takes a long hose. Handicap sites probably don’t meet ADA compliance since they are gravel and won’t accommodate a wheelchair. Not to mention that they aren’t even marked as handicap on the site posts. The voltage was on the low side, but it is a 30A campground. The fee/info booth is completely closed on Tuesday and Wednesday despite there being an abundance of paid attendants to man it 7 days a week. I have a hard time rating this CG. It has served my purpose for being here and I got my monies worth. As mentioned, it’s a decent CG, but if you are familiar with the higher quality of COE campgrounds then this one rates somewhat below that standard. Access and Golden Age discounts are honored here. - RLM
Jun 2017 - $11.00
Cedar Ridge CG is part of the COE Bloomington East complex. Our site was C007 and was a wide/long pull through with 50A Electric and water. There are plenty of long back-in 50/30A sites as well. There are no sites right on the lake but some of the back-ins were within a couple of hundred feet. Our Sprint Service was really good in the park (was told Verizon was good also). Broadcast TV will get you about 25 channels. Some geocaches in the area. Good-sized lake with several boat ramps. $11 Rate is with the America the Beautiful Senior Pass. - Calibrateguy
May 2015 - $10.00
Great Park, The facilities are clean. Quiet next to Lake but still not far from Lawrence and about 45 minutes to Kansas City. Only drawback is no sewer but dump is right outside Park and is free. - USAF1
May 2013 - $9.00
This is our second time to visit this park and we will probably come back should we visit the area again. The only drawback is that it is 20 miles from Lawrence, but if you just want to relax and chill, this is the place. Dump station is well situated on the property for incoming and outgoing traffic. We camped here in a 45 ft. motorhome and the sites can handle us. - travelingstar
May 2017 - $31.00
We were told CG #3 had more space between sites; we did all the loops and were not pleased with our options. A CG #1 premium struck our fancy. Not that I wanted to pay the extra $2/night for 50 amps, but we needed to stay for a 3 weeks and I was being picky. I assume premium is for the 50 amp service; it is certainly not for the view of the lake. We could see bit and pieces of water through the leaves, not worth extra $$. Lake is down a couple of steep sets of stairs and then there is no access due to vegetation. Lots of trails running along the lake between the campground and the lake. It rained and the trails were still very wet 3+ days later. We ended up walking on the road a lot; there were a lot of cars passing us. Most were courteous, except for the one that almost ran me over. Beach is a good 20+ minute walk on the trails or on the road. From the beach parking lot, it is 127 steps down to the beach! Bathrooms were fairly clean, mostly bugs and webs; one time I did encounter a mess like the previous reviewer mentioned. I felt it pretty pricey for no sewer hook ups. They say it is $23 for camping, but you also have to add the $5/night fee for your vehicles and another $3 per reservation fee. The touristy part of Lawrence is at least 20 min drive. We won't forget this place for an RV caught fire and burned to the ground across from us (well spaced sites! we didn't have to move) and the folks at the dump station that dumped without use of a hose despite my offer to use my hose. I certainly hope your stay isn't as eventful. - MichelleKry
Feb 2017 - $14.00
For a State and Corp of Eng run state park, it needs some upgrades and better security. Stay clear of GC#3 if you are a long-term camper and have personal outdoor belongings. On several occasions the restroom toilets were clogged and rather disgusting. Part of that responsibility lays with campers not being respectful of state owned property or anyone's property for that matter. If I'm paying to camp somewhere I am at least respectful to not leave behind a disgusting mess for the next paying law abiding citizen and thinking that something setting outside next to another person's RV is free for the taking! Just be aware! CG#1 has always been clean and trouble free! Probably because it has a lot more to offer and is near the cabin area! - 1983_TexasGirl
Oct 2016 - $18.00
Beautiful park, just outside of Lawrence Kansas, easy drive into Kansas City. Sites are spacious, no sewer, but well situated dump station. Would stay here again. - sam and hope
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
Jun 2017 - $33.00
Came in late without a reservation. The ladies in the office were very nice and got us a spot. This was a Friday night and they had a lot of activities to include an ice cream social and out door movie. Park was clean and well attended to. Only negative is that the park drives are narrow and the sights are close together. So not very big rig friendly. We have a class b so not a problem for us but there were a few class a's that had a difficult time and hung out into the drive lane. - JHooper
May 2017 - $40.00
Will not be stopping here again. The sites were so narrow that if both RVs had slides you could not get more than 5 to 6 feet apart. This would prove extremely dangerous in case of a fire - which does happen. The RV next to us could not reach his sewer connection so used the one for our site. Directions for getting to onto the site were incorrect so we had to go around a couple of times. Office staff were distracted and uninterested. Did not listen to the information they asked for. - Gin and Tonic
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Jellystone is obviously a theme style park - lots of Fred Flintstone theme icons around and the park was getting decked out for Halloween. While the land area is large there's not as many RV sites as you'd think as there's a lot of land dedicated to open play areas, picnic shelter etc. WIFI is fairly good. We didn't have cable at our site so we used satellite which was fine. A nice fenced dog park area is available. The only dumpster we could find was only at the entrance - a bit of a hike but not a big deal. Overall a good park. - Mountain RV User
Apr 2017 - $20.00
We're in the Sunflower loop which is all full hookup. Most sites are back in, but there are some big pull through. They are making all sites concrete pads, they haven't gotten to ours, it's gravel. We have picnic table & fire ring. No bathroom here. Lots of hiking. Pets can run the beach. Lake access for swimming & boating. - jcpjane
Sep 2016 - $21.00
We just had some aftermarket add ons to our motorhome and went right to this State Park that is within 10 miles of our home. We had numerous sites to pick from since we were staying only a couple of nights mid week. We pick a site at Pintail Point right by the water. There is a newer campsite with concrete pads, but no trees as of yet. Very easy setup and very roomy sites. - Murray Mathew
Sep 2016 - $22.00
Its a state park with sewer, water and electric, a water view, and concrete pads. LARGE concrete pads. Quiet, clean and did I say quiet. - Butcherboy13
May 2017 - $29.00
Traveling home from southern vacation and found this smaller RV Park jewel just off I35. Can't say anything negative about park from the owners to the pull-thru sites (gravel) with full hookups. Everything we needed for our overnight stay and even longer if we chose. Young owners were very pleasant and even offered to go to the nearest town to get a part for us as he was heading there for a part for an other RV'r. Bathrooms and showers were immaculate and probably the best we've been in. Park is extremely well maintained, clean, quiet just the right fit. Will stay here again when traveling thru the area. - SWAMP
May 2017 - $29.00
Will always remember this RV park because as we entered the park we saw a precious toddler standing on the porch actually waving us in. Tall Daddy a few feet away on the porch smiling big & talking to her to keep waving. She wasn't old enough to speak even but very much the apple of Daddy's eye. Well, we arrived right at 6 pm & they only had 2 pull-thru sites left & we took one. Not long after the other was taken. Lots of room between sites covered in thick grass. Heavy gravel in all sites & driveways. Smaller park with Big Heart. The young owners/managers were very gracious & smart. They started this so young with a great location. They have the young toddler & one on the way, the park is just right in size. All pull-thrus are full hookup and we chose the pull-thru farthest away from office because it had a big grassy area for our mini-schnauzer with a beautiful tree. It required one plank on one side to level well for overnight. WiFi was not working for us that far away from office & probably due to longer term RV'ers streaming. It was fine for us since we use cellular when that happens. Great RV Park for 1-3 nights or longer if a different site was available. We will definitely be back if we head this route again. The welcome was the best I've ever had. - Ritastar
Nov 2016 - $11.00
We stayed here for a couple of months, so the rate we paid reflects the monthly rate $340. If you opt to pay the monthly rate, you also have to pay part of the electricity, they pay the first $60, and you pay the rest. For us, the first month, which was September, we paid $97, and the second month, October, we paid $113. This is a no frills park, there is no playground, pool, or recreational facilities. The owners are a nice couple, and you get a bag popcorn when you arrive. The Wi-Fi was good, and AT&T phones got a good signal. They don't have cable, but you can get all the Kansas City and some of the Wichita and Lawrence channels. Satellite worked well. The park is clean. The roads and sites are gravel. Each site has a picnic table. All the utilities were easy to locate and no problems with getting connected. This is a good place to stop and spend the night. It is a little far to drive if you are wanting to use it as a base to sight see in the KC area. It is about 40 minutes from Olathe and less then 30 minutes to Lawrence. - Bbtj
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
Apr 2009 - $20.00
This campground is near a small lake in Paola. Great for fishing and families. Swimming area located about 300 yards from camping. Spots by the water are gravel and shaded. There is a grass area away from the water with electric only but very spacious. New sites with sewer available. Camp host is very nice and easy to work with. Most campers are families from the area just out for the weekend. - Aseck
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