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12 RV Parks near Grandview Plaza, Kansas
We did however find 12 campgrounds within 25 miles of Grandview Plaza. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Grandview Plaza in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $32.00
We were greeted by the most delight young lady. Check in was fast and efficient. The management greeted us and made sure our needs were met. They made us feel special. Give this place a try, you will love it here. - Bob and Diane McCullough
Apr 2018 - $30.00
I stayed here two months. The staff was very friendly and helpful. This campground is right off the interstate and has some noise but, not bad once you get used to it. I was in a pull through site and was able to disconnect and park in front of camper. - Mtncrash1
Aug 2017 - $32.00
Very convenient for overnight. Fairly tight entrance and interior road, but we made it with a 40' motorhome and toad. Were able to get satellite reception in our site. Would use again for overnight. Exiting park is sharp turn so we did not attempt with toad. We used the adjacent car wash lot to hook up. - BGRED3
Oct 2018 - $25.00
Price indicated is for camping only at full hook-up site. There is an extra $5 per day per vehicle use fee. This includes any towed vehicle even if you do not drive it in the park so to camp one night cost a total of $35 because I was towing a car. Office told me it was a state ordinance. If you are coming from Interstate 70 there are no signs indicating you are headed toward the park until you get to Park Road so have faith and trust your GPS to get you there. Like most state parks the spaces are roomy although some are literally side by side sharing a common hook-up area. Several sites have the hook-ups on the wrong side. Reservations on-line must be made at least 2 days in advance. Sites with 50 AMP service (Eagle Ridge) are all in the equestrian area (stable, etc. and associated flies and smells) and are all back-in. Perhaps the sites with utilities on the wrong side could be considered pull-in sites although they are shown as back-in on reservation site. 30 amp area has both back-in and pull through sites. Nice view of the lake. Eagle Ridge is a nice set up for equestrian activities. A trail ride group was scheduled to come in shortly after we left. - Bobco
Jun 2017 - $23.00
The private RV park where we had made reservations for the weekend screwed it up so we were without a place to camp at Woodland Hills Campground. Luckily we found a pull through site at the nearby state park. Concrete pad was ample for our 5th wheel and truck. There was a large tree providing shade on the right side but the picnic table and fire ring were on the left side with no shade. Sites were not next to each other but in front/behind so no one was infringing on each other's site. - Betsy_02
Jul 2016 - $20.00
We stayed here rather than a parking lot on our trip across Kansas going to Colorado. What a lovely surprise. Largest lake in Kansas. We didn't do anything in the park but you could spend a weekend here. The parking sites were wonderful. Ours was a pull through with an obstructed view of the lake. Concrete level pad with full hookups. Well worth the drive off the interstate. - RosalitaAS
Sep 2018 - $11.00
We called to see if there were sites available before coming. We did not make reservations since sites were available. They have some sites that are reservable and some at first come. The park has 2 loops, one 30 amp -B and one 50 amp-A. We stayed in 11 A which is reservable but empty so were told that it was OK for one night. There were sites on the water but we chose a site in the trees because of the wind being strong that day. Our backin site was fairly level spacious and long enough for our 40' mh and car. Good 50 amp , the water pressure was 90# so used a regulator. We were across from the restroom which had an odor because the wind was blowing in our direction but as the weather was cool we stayed inside with windows and vents closed. It was very peaceful. We dumped on the way out near the entrance. We would stay here again. (see tips) - JAWS
Jun 2017 - $10.00
We stayed two weeks in a large site which was long enough for the 5th wheel and the truck AND was wide enough we could park the motorcycles next to the truck with room to spare. A shady level spot with gravel pad. We did use our leveler bricks to level the picnic table because we moved it creating the "lean". The downfall was the mosquitoes. Although we were not lakeside, the mosquitoes were so bad we could not sit outside very long. We would definitely stay again. - Betsy_02
Sep 2015 - $10.00
We were just needing a place to stay one night that wasn't too far off the hwy. and this was perfect, it was about 6 miles off of I-70 before Junction City, roads were a bit narrow but hardly any traffic. Stayed in A loop in space 6. It was a bit hairy trying to make the loop in our 38ft. class A. Other than that it was a beautiful place and quiet, we would come back and hopefully stay a little longer. - eagle94
Aug 2018 - $10.00
We stayed in loop C site #9 [37 ft 5th wheel] , great site across the road from lake & beach. 1st day was 100 degrees and we never had any elec issues using 30 amp. Our rig is 50 amp and we decided to try turning on 1 ac at a time and they both worked great. We do almost all our cooking outside so we used the 20 amp outlet and everything worked great. Previous review said all sites were double which is not correct only 5 sites are double out of 20 plus in this loop. We left the state park 12 miles away which is a joke for $29 a night and came here. We would stay here again if in the area. - JR and The Boys
May 2018 - $7.00
This appears to be a great destination park, but I was there for a visit in the area and did not get out on the lake which was very popular with everyone else staying there. I would say you need a reservation most of the time during the summer as the place was full. The positive is that the sites are large and have trees etc in most cases. The negative is most sites have trees and it it tough to get a satellite signal but it can be done. Also none of the sites are "LEVEL" but are close enough that with a few boards you can get level , but most likely your automatic levelers won’t do it on their own. - Johnny xxxxx
May 2018 - $10.00
We have stayed in many Corps Of Engineers (COE) parks and really like them, but this one not so much. We were in C loop site 19 and many of the sites in this loop are shared (2 RVs side by side). The roads are paved but the sites are gravel. We had to use a 30 amp extension power cord and 25' water hose extension to reach power and water on other side of our shared site. I'm sure our neighbor was not able to put his awning out. I had to move our truck so the neighbor could back in and again to pull out. We parked to the outside edge on our side and it was VERY uneven so we were VERY careful going in and out not to fall down the slope. It was steep for us seniors to walk on. No trees so the rooftop dish worked fine, the 30 amp worked as did the water. The dump station was convenient on the way out. The gate is locked at 10pm reopening about 8 am. The entrance shack is manned starting at 5pm on weekdays. I guess all the other COE parks we have stayed in over the years spoiled us, we didn't like the crowded shared sites at Curtis Creek nor the need for extensions for water and power. This is one COE park we will not return to. - big greg
Jun 2018 - $30.00
Very nice park, however the first private campground we have stayed in where there was no place to park for checking in and no one guided us to our spot. Also, the pet rules are confusing - they apply only to cabins, but that is not clarified on the website or written rules. We also wish we had known our spot would be in a wide open area with no shade. It got very hot on Saturday and with our camper facing West, our A/C could not keep up. We would definitely come back but we would want a different spot and be able to specify when making our reservation. - Cyndy H
May 2018 - $35.00
Stayed for two months. Great staff and area. Site was spacious and more than enough room to park my truck in front of the camper. The Cove restaurant has great food and is a good place to relax and have a cold beverage. - Mtncrash1
Apr 2018 - $14.00
This is our 2nd year leasing a site for the entire summer. We look forward to our weekends at Acorns Resort so much! The property is well maintained and I have had tremendous service from the people at Acorns Resort. The facilities are very good right now and continue to improve each year - my lot is spacious, level and fits our needs very well, the roads are easy to navigate and there is plenty of signage to help you find where you need to go. The Cove restaurant serves great food & drinks, overnight boat slips are available and in my opinion, Acorns is a great value! - wadd6062
Aug 2018 - $11.00
Love this place. Loop A has water/electric hookups and most sites have at least a small view of the lake. Lots of shade from big, mature cicada-laden trees (noisy at times). Lots of packed-together, back-in sites on the lake but we had a spacious pull-through with a little view of the lake. Nice flush-toilet bathroom. Playground. Rangers came through to check on things. Volunteers came through to make sure all was good. Very friendly check in. Our site (#1) had a nice lawn on one side. Sites are not level. - ClayLady
Jun 2017 - $10.00
We had a large pull through site with ample room between the next site. The previous occupants had moved the picnic to the other side nearer the fire pit which made it awkward for use. Considering the heat though we did not spend much time outside and did not need the fire pit. It was easy to level on the gravel pad. Large trees provided plenty of shade and we did not need the awning. Fishing was more accessible from the primitive loop within easy driving distance. - Betsy_02
Sep 2016 - $15.00
Some shady sites and most don't have sewer.
Several sites are unlevel.
Small play area close.
Walk to showers.
Several sites at waters edge.
One site has a concrete pad and is for handicap. - Guysmith1
Oct 2010 - $25.00
We usually don’t have a problem finding our way to a ‘new-to-us’ campground; but this time we did. When you are going north on highway 77 and looking for where to turn left, the Flagstop Resort sign is on the right side of the highway but it is located past where you actually make the turn. Plus, if sunlight is reflecting off the sign, it is very hard to read. So when you see the green highway sign that points to the left and says ‘Milford’, turn there. After that, there is not another sign that says ‘Flagstop’ until you reach the entrance. You will need to watch for one of those small, square signs with a trailer on it so you know where to make the next left into the neighborhood. There is only one entrance and one exit. This campground caters to seasonal tenants. A lot of the sites have a rig and a boat plus an abundance of ‘stuff’ outside. We encountered low hanging trees and large speed bumps. There are some side by side hookups which puts you very close to your neighbor. We were in a full service site at the end of a row and enjoyed our view of the city park. Our site was level, hard-packed dirt, but not all sites looked at good as this one. The services all worked well. We would stay again if we got this same site. - B&H
Oct 2018 - $32.00
Stayed here for 8 nights. Space was pull thru and very easy to access. Park is gravel, but nice grass and trees between camp sites. The space was pretty level and all the amenities appeared nearly brand new (elec, water, sewer). Picnic table provided. The camp hosts are some of the nicest I have met in my travel. - Yukon Okie
Oct 2018 - $32.00
First time to use a campground. Never did anything like this before. It could not have been a better experience. I knew nothing about hookups, etc. The operator took his time to help me get set up and even directed me while pulling into the space. If I am this way again would not hesitate to stay again! - CopDwight
Aug 2018 - $32.00
Wow! What a gem. We were passing thru on our way to Colorado Springs. This was the perfect overnight stop. Great camp hosts. Excellent Wi-Fi. Right off I-70. There was even a dog park. We travel a lot being full time and we are so grateful to find parks like this. - SillyAnn
Aug 2018 - $30.00
Good for a one-nighter. Fairly level gravel sites, FHU all worked well. No picnic table at our site, but wouldn't have used it anyway. Needs a little TLC and a lot of longterm units, maintained and clean areas. Didn't create any issues. Close together, considering everything in Texas is supposed to be B-I-G. Would stay again. - Nevada Nick
Jul 2018 - $20.00
Very nice pool. Women's bathrooms out of toilet paper first day but replaced early the next morning. Great little store to get ice and emergency supplies. - Dinkystmpr
May 2018 - $25.00
This is a tired park. It needs TLC from picnic tables to the bath houses. Location is good and easy off/on to I-70. Needs a lot more trees for shade. Just an overnite here; there was no water in the park in the morning. The Pool is nice and seems well maintained. - DRKM
Sep 2018 - $21.00
There are four units within the park and several campgrounds, I stayed in the Rocky Ford area of the park, which is in the unit of the park, south of the Tuttle Creek Lake dam and just outside of Manhattan, KS. The Rocky Ford loop sites all have water and electric (50/30/20). There are two dump stations across from the showerhouse. The loop has ample shade and many old growth trees. The sites are nice and wide. The majority of the site is finely packed gravel lined with landscape ties. Each site also included a handicap accessible picnic table, fire ring, and lantern hook. Sites along the northern side of the loop have a chance of looking over a smaller lake below the Tuttle Creek Lake dam. It isn't that serene, but plenty of anglers were around it's banks during my stay. The rate is right and the facilities are well taken care of, though aging a bit. The two significant factors into why I gave these ratings is because of the employee at the pay house and uneven enforcement of rules. When we arrived, we pulled to the pay shack like most state parks have. The employee inside was not the most helpful and did not give a warm welcoming feel. The other detractor for me was poor rule enforcement. I rarely saw a park ranger patrolling the loop. About 4 sites within the loop that had the appearance of permanent residents. The KDWPT camping policy is 14 days max (with a possible one-time extension for 14 days) and then campers must vacate the park for 5 days. Many sites broke quiet time with loud parties/music or revving of engines on ATVs (that aren't allowed in the park) while being worked on in the site. These detractors, hopefully not always permanent detractors, from our stay would not prevent us from returning. The location of the park and the rate are too good to pass on. - Slapwacky
Mar 2016 - $26.00
Two nights in state park in off season, only approved sites had water and electric turned on though RV'S could boondock as able. Very quiet and clean. Good distance between sites. Good water pressure. Two dump stations for quick and easy usage. Most, if not all, sites pull through. Nice new playground. $19 per night, $5 per day vehicle fee, $3 processing fee (out-of-state fees). Wood $3. Facilities not open before April opening date. Camped in a travel trailer. - Next Mission
Oct 2015 - $18.00
The state park is quite large and has a few different campgrounds spread out below Tuttle Creek dam. Our pull-thru was a crescent shaped driveway off of a one-lane road. 30 amps plus water at site with dump stations in the area. Roads and pads are asphalt. Site included a gravel patio, new picnic table, and fire ring. The campground is laid out so there are wide green spaces with trees between rows. Costs $18 plus $5 per day for the tow car. There is a small camp store with firewood and free little library. Boat launches, canoe rentals, disc golf in walking distance. 15 minutes to K State or to shopping. - 42lena