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5 RV Parks near Bolton, Kansas
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bolton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bolton in the left hand column.
Sep 2017 - $10.00
When we first entered the park it looked well above what we expected for a county park, however, after we settled in for the Labor day weekend the park management allowed a group with 4 pick up trucks, two travel trailers, 2 generators, 2 boats and two Jet Skis to park in the tent camping area where they quickly took over the whole place with the gear/toys parked all over the place and running the generators which made it impossible to sit outside and have a conversation. Two additional car loads of visitors showed up for the first night as well. When management was contacted they made the group place all of their equipment on the tent area but did not have them turn off the generators. The generators ran for the whole weekend, day and night, quiet times meant nothing to them and management did not correct the issue. Other campers did not pick up after their large dogs and still others claimed the only water spigot as a personal hook up which is designed for 4 lots to share. All in all, the park is a nice place to visit for a day of fun and play but it is not a place to camp for the weekends or holidays. I will not return to this location and we stayed only 4 days of the seven we paid for. Do not try to camp here on weekends or holidays. Management is no help when it comes to regulation enforcement. - Denny C
May 2016 - $16.00
Family of 4 stayed 2 nights in a 36' fifth wheel. Site was very narrow and not level but we leveled up with driving on blocks. Stayed on the south side, very quiet not as many campers. Shower house and restrooms available. Friendly hosts. Very clean campground. No camp store but they do sell firewood and maybe ice. No sewer hookups but dump station at both campgrounds. Small playground and swim beach. Boat ramp and dock available on south side. Our kids are older so worked great for us but if you have younger kids you want to keep busy the other side (northwest) of the lake is much nicer with great playgrounds and closer shower house. Northwest side also has a boat ramp and nice swim beach. Nice lake though not really big. Accommodates fishing, boating and jet skis. We stay here often. - amyjohomemaker
Jul 2014 - $19.00
Despite lack of WiFi and cable this is a great park. Very clean, quite and we'll maintained. Easy access. We drive a HDT and are 64' long and very tall, no issues. Excellent water pressure, great park host, multiple boat ramps. Walmart 5 minutes from park. Would definitely stay here again. - Genecolleen
Sep 2018 - $27.00
Very nice campground, paved roads and sites. Choose your own site. $5 discount per night if you have a Players Card from the casino. Full hook-ups including cable. 2 very clean modern bathhouses that include showers, restrooms and laundry ($1 wash / .75 dry). Strong AT&T cell coverage. Very quiet. No campfires allowed. Campground could use some shade trees. Campground was about 1/4 full (mid Sept). We would stay here again if in the area. - MangoandJune
Sep 2018 - $27.00
Easy check in, nice flat sites with picnic tables. Free shuttle to casino. They are doing some remodeling/construction but it did not interfere with our visit, even won a little in the slots. Best WiFi we have had at any Campground. - gijaneak
Sep 2017 - $27.00
Stayed 2 days on way back from vacation. Enjoyed cable tv and the casino was good. We used the shuttle service due to didn't want to take down tow vehicle and was very prompt. Ate brunch at buffet and it was okay but overpriced. - Sandygranny
May 2016 - $9.00
The Riverside Park has 6 level concrete pads. Some have water and power available but the arrangement is a bit strange. Between some of the sites there is only one water spigot but two power plugs. My site which was nearest to the river had water and 30 amp power to itself. Sites are first come, first served but the clerk told me that she has never seen all 6 sites used at the same time. The sites are on the edge of town away from any busy roads and good for visiting people in the area for a couple of days. Check in is with the City Clerk at City Hall 785-945-6612, 417 Broadway two blocks from the park. The main street is brick with 100 year old buildings, there are a couple of places to eat in town with a pharmacy and a grocery store on the south end of town. At $8.50 a night this place takes you back in time. - 34ssJayco
Oct 2012 - $10.00
This park is nothing special. If you have a big Class A with a toad, keep going to Walmart. OK for a Class C or fifth wheel overnight. I rate harder than most. - WC7610
Aug 2012 - $12.00
Nice city owned park with boat ramp, playgrounds, volleyball, horseshoe courts, frisbee golf, and picnic areas. Nearly all sites are right on the lake, fairly level, with electric hook-ups and not a lot of shade. Water spigots are near the two shelter houses and the dump station is just outside the park along US 73. (Dump station is not big rig friendly.) Restrooms/showers are very basic and could be cleaner. Verizon air card worked well and we were able to use our satellite: absolutely no TV via antenna. Camping rate is $6/night plus $6 for electricity. There are many seasonal campers here because the rate for the season is $135, but we pretty much had the place to ourselves during the week. Caretaker is very friendly. We will stay here again while visiting family in the area. - waterlovnlady
Aug 2017 - $9.00
I stayed here 3 nights in site E15 while passing through in a 27 foot motorhome with tow car. This campground is about 15 miles off of I-70 which is quite a bit further than the other COE campgrounds on Perry Lake. It is not as well laid out as some COE campgrounds nor as well kept up. There are five loops but only two have water and electric hookups -- Loops A and E. E is up on a hill and the sites are closer together than usual in COE parks and they are of varying size -- many are very small. Loop A was more of a grid. There is a lot of grass and some shade depending on your site. None of the sites are on the lake but most have some sort of a lake view. My site backed up to trees and the water and electric were down a fairly serious slope. There wasn't much grass area and there was quite a bit of mud and puddles next to the road. It was level but many of the other sites in Loop E were not. The park has a small boat ramp and a minimal playground. Interior roads are paved and easy to navigate. No swimming area -- the lake was quite muddy. The sites appear to have recently had gravel added to build them up. The gravel is large and very rough and just kind of spread around everywhere. There are no trails. I didn't use the bathrooms. Verizon was excellent. Water and sewer worked well although my water spigot had a serious leak. The campground was nearly deserted while I was there during the week. This COE campground was not nearly as nice as many of the other ones I have stayed at. However, the no hookup sites down by the lake in loops B and D were very nice. Loop E just felt like a not very well designed after thought. The price reflects a Senior Pass discount. - SoloRed