1 Park near Harper, Kansas
We did however find 1 campgrounds within 25 miles of Harper. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Harper in the left hand column.
Apr 2016 - $15.00
We were delighted to find this little park tucked away in rural Kansas. We were in the area to visit Caldwell, and this was the closest park that we could find. We had the park all to ourselves, and the scenery was beautiful, situated right on the Chikaskia River. We enjoyed beautiful sunsets every night. There were full hookups including 50amp at many of the sites, and the water pressure was very good. The wifi service was good, although the clerk at the City Hall said that they might be turning off the internet due to a lack of campers in the park. Most of the sites had picnic tables and fire rings. There was a large deck area overlooking the river that had picnic tables and grills, which looked like a fun place to have an outing in the summertime. The river itself was a popular place for anglers, and there was usually a car or two in the parking lot. We did not use the bathrooms/showers, but we did take a look inside. They were filthy. It looked like they had not been cleaned in months. It's too bad, considering that the outside grounds were kept groomed. The only other negative is that the clerk at City Hall was not very welcoming. She acted as if we were bothering her when we came in to get the wifi passcode. Overall, we really enjoyed our stay, and we would come back if we are in the area again. - BluegrassTravelers
Nov 2015 - $15.00
This is a quiet campground owned by the City of Argonia. It is located less than a mile south of the city on a nice paved road providing easy access to the campground. There is also a nice paved bike/walking path from the City down to the campground. You can either self-register at the campground or go to the City Hall, clearly identified on the main street leading down to the campground. We registered at City Hall and were given a passcode for the campground WiFi but were unable to locate any signal. However, there was decent Verizon and AT&T cell coverage at the campground. This is a basic park, with a gravel loop taking you to the sites on firm grass. Most of the sites are full hookup, water, 50 amp and easy pull through. There is no cable TV, but there are several strong HDTV over the air signals available from nearby Wichita. The only issue we had was that the grass was full of pickers and burrs, enough that we had to carry our two dogs over to the road and back, as well as being very careful not to carry the pickers back into our RV. We did mention this to the lady at City Hall. She said she was unaware of this but would mention it to the grounds keepers. Perhaps the burrs are only a fall thing, only mentioning it so that readers are aware of this. We would certainly make this a stop on any future trip through this area. - Johnson's
Jun 2015 - $15.00
This is more like a pasture (well-mowed) with full hookups. That said, it's very quiet with only an occasional train in the distance, and certainly not crowded. It's on the Chikaskia River and is a very decent place. There is Wi-Fi, but to get the password one has to go to City Hall and sign some agreement and it's only open 8-12 and 1-5 Mon-Fri. I was there Saturday, so no Wi-Fi for me. Pick your spot, put your $15 in an envelope at the restrooms and nobody says "boo". - rv1guy2cats