4 Parks near Dodge City, Kansas
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
Jul 2016 - $15.00
Park on a hill with terrible road to and in park. Host nice. Unkept grounds. Office being remodeled so cannot comment as to cleanliness. As is a cattle feed and slaughter town, wind in right direction will remind you of it. - fletch460
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
Aug 2016 - $21.00
No frills park, no problems with full hook ups. Good, level pull through site. We were in the field section. Wide open and good satellite reception. Friendly and helpful employees in the store, which is stocked with basic needs. Clean and reasonable laundry room. Only issue is with people flying down the road that divides the section. A lot of long term rigs, but well maintained. Wifi good during the day, but slows once people come home from work. Priced right. Close enough to Dodge City. Would stay here again without hesitation! - Vicki K
Oct 2016 - $36.00
This was our first private campground to stay in over the last several weeks and at about four times the last nightly rate we paid, it feels like a poor value. Our arrival was just after the high season ended and amenities such as the pool were closed (drained and full of wind-blown dirt and trash). We know this place runs full during the busy season because we tried to get reservations in August with about one week notice and could not. Which brings me to their reservation system, there really isn't one. I had to call the office and the person operating the park (which seemed to be suffering from burn-out) was non-committal. First saying no sites available, then saying maybe something will be available, then saying she was not really able to tell and to call back in a couple of days. After each call back after a couple of days (did it more than once) I got the same indecisiveness. It was not until after the park had essentially gone empty in the post season that I got a firm reservation. Finding the park is super easy with convenient access to the main highway thru town (used to sight-see) and the loop around town (used to get rig in and out). Checking in was an exercise in patience. We went inside and the person at the counter was on the phone and she never looked up and then took another 3 calls without acknowledging our presence. Once we were finally checked in we pretty much had our choice of sites, the park was barely 1/4 full. Hookups were solid and our driveway, while mostly dirt, was decently level. We had a clear shot at the sky for the satellite. The trains were far enough away that they were more ambiance than nuisance. - jperry29
Oct 2016 - $36.00
We heard and read that this is the best RV park in Dodge City, and that's probably true. The park store seemed well-stocked and the location is convenient. The utilities worked just fine and the site was fairly level.
We understand that the owner has had some personal challenges in the last year that would impact how she manages the park. However, we found that the grounds seemed neglected and the rules, while completely understandable, were communicated in a very off-putting way. We wish her the very best in the future, but I doubt we'll return to this park. - pnation53
Sep 2016 - $36.00
We stayed one night. The park is close to a train track which is noisy, and also close enough to a feed yard that on windy days (which we experienced) you are treated to unpleasant odors. Our site was in the center loop. Very dusty, cactus planted at edge of our site to maneuver around, but wide enough for our small trailer. Facilities were very clean. The park is on the edge of town but easily accessible to Dodge City attractions and shopping. However, we will not stay again because of the way we saw another guest treated. The gentleman was sitting by his camper with his leashed small dog. He looped the leash around his chair to secure the dog so he could have his hands free to eat a snack. As his wife headed into the office to purchase something, one of the staff yelled at her that their dog's leash had to be in a person's hand, that they were violating the rules and needed to take care of it or be evicted! The gentleman's pet was laying at his feet, leash hooked to the chair while the man was sitting! We appreciate rules, but this was over the top. It could have been handled with kindness and civility (although the rest of us in the area were flabbergasted that it was an issue). Also, no discounts were accepted. - Treblemaker2