4 RV Parks near Cimarron, Kansas
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Cimarron. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Cimarron in the left hand column.
Jul 2017 - $34.00
I enjoyed my stay at the Gunsmoke RV Park on 'Matt Dillon Drive' the guy that checked me in was very friendly and they had a lot of local info in the 'general store' as well as free tea and lemonade. My site was level and long enough for my truck and trailer. I thought the Gunsmoke theme was done well and they look like they work hard to keep the place up. There's a bit of highway and train noise, and also an occasional whiff of manure but I'd stay again. - RV_CamperGuy
Jul 2017 - $38.00
This is a Family Friendly campground with easy access to Dodge City. The gunsmoke themed campground is charming. The restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities were extremely clean. They even named their waser and dryers, We used Washing Wanda and Tumbling Tom to do our laundry. The prices were very reasonable, at $1.25 for washing and $.25 for each round of drying, you only have to put in as much $ as you need to dry to your liking. The campsites were mostly pull thru gravel sites, with a few back in sites. It was easy to navagate my 34' Travel Trailer thru the park. The new owners of this park, that took over on July 1, 2017 are doing an outstanding job running and maintaining this campground. The newly refurbished pool was very refreshing! I gave this campground a 10~ This is a campground not an RV resort. This campground is great for the few days it takes to visit Dodge City. All of the campsites were people traveling, there was NO RVers living there full time which made it a comfortable stay. Also the campground is locked by a security gate each night, so that gave us good safe feeling as we slept each night. We stayed for 2 nights on a Saturday and Sunday night. FYI many of the restaurants in Dodge City are closed on Sundays. - On the Road Again with Dave and Christie
Jul 2017 - $38.00
The new owner is trying but he just really could use some experience and time to make some much needed changes and updates! I hope he will take note that his park is not "big rig" friendly. The pulll thru's lack a good entry and gravel width to accommodate a big rig of 45 ft. Low hanging branches, waited as the owner came to remove a large tree limb hanging 6 ft from the ground in the middle of our pull thru site. The trees offer little shade but more of a nuisance. The scagglly trees need some major trimming and tight turns make entering and exiting difficult for even an experienced driver. This RV park has some age on it and likely built before big rig era. The new owner can do more to make this RV nicer and updated. The grass is full of burrs that got in my long haired dachdhunds coat! Picnic tables are splintered. Trash receptacles are far away from the back 40 of the park. Mud in grasses area where RVers had to turn out of their sites when entering and exiting! The 800 number no longer works and belongs to some else. The owner said he is trying to get the 800 number removed. I think this park has potential and location overall to the historic downtown area is good. The new owner has a great opportunity to make the Gunsmoke name live up to its reputation in the future! The museum, saloon show and gunfight at the Long Branch Saloon was fun! Walking tour or trolley is a good option to get the full history of Dodge City! That's about all I have to say partner as we head out of Dodge! - Vickie Rodgers
Aug 2017 - $45.00
This is a brand new park right in the heart of Fort Dodge next to the city park, city zoo, and water park. The roads are nice and wide and easy to maneuver for a big rig. The pull thru's and concrete back in pads are extra wide so there is no mud or dirt at the end of your steps. My concrete site was perfectly level front to back but slightly sloped side to side; 1 "logo" block easily leveled the RV. The hook-ups are in the proper place with good electricity, water pressure 30-40 psi, good sewer connection, great cable selection, and excellent wifi connection. Extremely friendly and helpful staff. Many trees have been planted and will take some time to grow and provide shade. There is a tornado shelter that is easily accessible and a nearby tornado siren. This was important to me since severe storms were in the area when we stayed there. The GPS will guide you down 4th Ave and through the parking lot of the city park which could be tight to impossible for some big rigs. An alternative route is to turn south off of Wyatt Earp Blvd onto 14th Ave and then turn east on Park Street. Weakness of this park include they do not take Good Sams or other discounts and it can be difficult to maneuver to off of 4th Ave. This is not a RV resort but a very nice new RV park (Resort means to me perks like pools, gym, adult activities like tennis, etc.). I highly recommend this new park. - Msubulldawgnwaco
Jul 2017 - $55.00
This appears to be a new park and they are still working out some kinks. When we checked in the attendant did not provide a map (don't think they have them yet) nor a password for the wireless. These are pretty minor quibbles. The streets are very wide and paved. All sites for RVs have concrete pads. We had a pull through site. This was probably the longest pull through site we have ever stayed in. It was over 90 ft long and maybe 14 ft wide and all concrete.
Do not use your GPS to get to this park once in Dodge City. Mine routed me onto Park St from 4th Ave...which is a very small parking lot now. A Holiday Inn Express stands where the road used to be. Coming off Wyatt Earp Blvd, turn south onto 4th Ave. From 4th Ave, turn west onto Trail St. Turn south onto Park St and the park will be on your left. - Greg_84
Jul 2017 - $45.00
Brand new park that is adjacent to the city complex of zoo/playground/waterpark. Walking distance to old town Dodge City including the Boot Hill Museum, its chuck wagon dinner, and show at the Long Branch Saloon. Level concrete pull-thru slabs with all hook-ups available. No shade but you can see buffalo at the zoo on your way in/out. There is a small store in the office. Bathrooms were clean. WiFi and some of the cable television channels were not working when we were there. Rate reflects a two night-stay, complete package at the Boot Hill Museum, including dinner and the show. Great deal! We really loved the folks here. Nice people, charming place. - Mom_of_Two
Aug 2017 - $20.00
Stayed here for two weeks and would return again. Although I read several poor reviews I found this park to be much better than expected. Even though they advertise cable they do not have it and no discount. Wifi was not dependable. The sites were extremely large pull throughs with gravel. Right in the middle of town very convenient to stores and points of interest. The office staff are very friendly and helpful. Nice laundry facilities. We were there during dodge days and had no trouble with noise. There is no fenced area for pets but lots of room to walk them. There are hardly any trees for relief from the sun. - S Dowdy
Dec 2016 - $25.00
Just swung in here to spend the short evening with power hook-up only.
Not easy park to find and thought about turning away couple times.. dirt road and neighborhood is not appealing. Parked on grass surface between gravel paths in and out. - AllegroBadgers
Aug 2016 - $22.00
We stopped there for one night on our way to Colorado. I reserved online In the morning of the same day we were coming in. They didn't get my reservation. I guess we were lucky there were still some sites available. Some sites are very long pull-thrus,they are in a field so no shade. Some shorter pull-thrus have some trees. Not a great place but It is fine for a one night stay to visit Dodge city. - Nathalie Bergeron
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Pulled in at dark, had we had time we would have moved on. Worst part was that web site says this is a new park. Was not even close to true. Connected water and turned on, got soaked. Had to fix connection myself. No one around except to collect fee which was way too high. No cable, no internet, bathroom looked like a POW camp. Would boon dock before staying here again. The picture of the mangy dog on the web site should have been a clue. In their favor, the electricity and sewer did work but that is all. - Manwyze
Mar 2017 - $30.00
We were tired and other site was closed. Manager let us pull across three back in sites because we did not want to disconnect. No pull thrus. Mostly permanent residents. Worst part??? We were unaware of a huge meat packing plant just beneath the site. The smell and noise were awful. There was dog poop and garbage all around. Stated rate is 20. We paid 30. No credit cards. No soap. No toilet paper. Yuck. - aabadger
Dec 2016 - $20.00
We had called ahead for a reservations... was told in very broken English that yes, they had pull through sites available for our 40" with hookups....
We arrived and was flabbergasted at how difficult it was to even find the rough potholed dirt entrance road... stopped at building at kind of top of entrance to try to find attendee of someone to talk to.... was concerned that I had entered an area that was a dead end .. walked down "roadway " to see if the road looped and would let me back out... spoke to only person I could find in upper level - he couldn't tell me much other than yes, I could follow the rough dirt path through the park and be able to get back out.... I could not find a single spot available for a motorhome but after looking around at the RVs in there, and the area, we left asap - dirt roadway was horrible, facilities and buildings looked horrible...... I would suggest this campground be avoided totally.... probably nuff said... - AllegroBadgers