10 RV Parks near Homewood, Kansas
Aug 2017 - $30.00
This is a small park just off the highway. They only take cash or check and no discount. There are several long pull thru sites. Sites are gravel but pretty level. The park was recently purchased by a young couple. - krisbw
Aug 2017 - $30.00
This is a small, family-run park. Does not look like much from the road but once in the park itself it is very nice. It is clean and well-maintained. Interior roads are gravel, in good condition, and easy to navigate save for one or two tight but do-able turns. There is a mixture of back-in & pull-through sites, all are gravel. All sites have a picnic table but no fire ring, as there is very little level space between you and your neighbor. Utility hook-ups are in good condition and logically placed. Office is very small and there is not much in the way of supplies or groceries; you are better served driving in to the town of Ottawa. Office staff very pleasant, and the easy check-in included a complimentary bag of freshly-popped popcorn. No pool, no game room or playground, no planned activities. Homewood RV Park does not accept any credit cards. Except for distant road noise from I-35, it is very quiet here. If you have no children with you, and just need a place to "de-compress" after many days of driving, Homewood RV Park would be a good choice. We would stay here again. - RamWagon
May 2017 - $29.00
Traveling home from southern vacation and found this smaller RV Park jewel just off I35. Can't say anything negative about park from the owners to the pull-thru sites (gravel) with full hookups. Everything we needed for our overnight stay and even longer if we chose. Young owners were very pleasant and even offered to go to the nearest town to get a part for us as he was heading there for a part for an other RV'r. Bathrooms and showers were immaculate and probably the best we've been in. Park is extremely well maintained, clean, quiet just the right fit. Will stay here again when traveling thru the area. - SWAMP
Jul 2011 - $10.00
Hi, This a clean and quiet RV park located right on US 59, 15 miles south of I-35. It is open year round. Good power--but we were initially the only RV in the Park. All sites are pull through. There are no toilets. There are picnic tables. Payment is by cash or cheque. It is located at the intersection of Highway 59 and Central St. There are a few shaded spots. I would stay here again. - User3761
Aug 2017 - $22.00
Enjoyed our stay as always at this beautiful park. We have camped in B loop several times and still haven't found a spot we can level our 45' motorhome. I suspect most with smaller rigs have less of an issue. Other than living with a off level coach I have nothing but praise for this park. - Two Jayhawks
Jun 2017 - $22.00
One of our favorite places to stay. The park is very well kept, has nice walking/biking trails and fun playgrounds when the grandkids come to visit. Only negative is trees that need to be cut back at some of the sites and dead limbs that need to be removed. - leb
May 2017 - $10.00
This was a very nice park. The site we had did not have sewer hook up, however some of the loops does have sewer hook up. Lots were spacious and offered some shade. Gravel surface featuring a picnic table. We would come here again if in the region. - dbl4de3
May 2012 - $11.00
This is a very nice COE park. There are several COE campgrounds in this section of Pomona Lake and all looked very good. Rate reflects a Golden Age discount for .50 amp, water, and sewer. There are only twelve of these sites and quite a number of electric and water sites. Contractors seemed nice and informative. We would definitely stay here again. - PALPJL
Aug 2014 - $20.00
Pomona State Park is a wonderful state park with a lot of good amenities (lake, beaches, hiking trails, boat ramps). Our nightly rate reflects buying the KS annual camping pass, plus the KS annual vehicle permits (one per vehicle RV+Car), plus 3 utilities (50 amp elec, water, sewer) for a month.
We stayed here in February and really appreciated the ability to stay in a state park setting, with full hookups, in winter.
The staff were very friendly and accommodating. Even though we were one of the few campers here, this time of year, the park was regularly patrolled and it felt very safe. Staff was onsite during the week and readily available to answer questions or to help as needed.
The park is generally in good repair and well maintained. Some of the picnic tables, at a few sites, are in desperate need of replacement; but otherwise the park facilities were in good working order.
The park is pretty, quiet, and serene. Although we could hear (several) barking dogs from the surrounding private residences outside the park, there was otherwise no road noise, railroad tracks, etc to detract from the park's serenity.
There are quite a few campsites/camp-loops, ranging from water-front primitive camping to full-hookup RV sites available. We stayed in the Burning Heart camp-loop, which has full-hookups and is available for long(er) term stays.
The roads are paved, leading to gravel sites. Most sites were generally level and wide enough for an awning or slide-outs. There is not a lot of visual separation between the sites but they are well separated and about average for a state park (vs a tightly packed RV park).
Laundry facilities are available all year and the machines were in good working order, inside of a clean and usable laundry room.
The site had 50 amp service, a frost free (non-heated) hydrant, and sewer hookup. All utilities worked well. Other sites offer 30amp and water only, and there are several primitive campsites throughout. All sites have a fire-ring and a picnic table.
We had reasonable Verizon wireless internet access and had good ATT cellular access. Both were within 2-4 bars of LTE service (unboosted).
The park is located between two small towns, Pomona to the east and Lyndon to the west and offered very basic shopping and a few restaurants. Ottawa is the closest town of any size, offering traditional shopping and dining options. Kansas City is about an hour north.
Overall we really enjoyed our time here at Pomona State Park and will definitely be returning. - Geom
Jun 2014 - $22.00
This is a roomy state park with lots of grass and shade trees. There are sites of all sizes for both large rigs and smaller equipment. This a good park for an overnight stay or longer term. Swimming, marina, basketball, disc golf course, volleyball, tetherball. Equipment for check out at park office. It is clean and staff is friendly. This is on our "top ten" list. Price listed includes full hookups. - ksgypsy
Sep 2009 - $21.00
This campground is on Pomona Lake 24 miles south of Topeka. The campground is absolutely gorgeous with lots of trees and very spacious campsites. Every site is shaded. There are several different camping areas and some are primitive, but there are many full hookup sites and even more water/electric sites available. The sites in Burning Heart area are full hookup and there are several very long pull through sites that are quite nice. Most of the sites have only a view of the water, but there are a few water front sites near the marina. And several sites have no view of the water at all, but the wooded surroundings are very beautiful. We didn't use the shower facilities but the building looks very new and modern. We will definitely camp here again. The only reason I didn't give a 10 is that the cellphone service was marginal. Our wireless Internet card did work there however. - benidew
Jul 2017 - $23.00
We stayed in the Doud campground in campsite 120. Our campiset was full hook up, The full hook up sites in Doud campground was filled the surrounding campsite were electric only. There were a couple of campers the electric only sites. It was a really hot weekend. The other campers were friendly. We have a 22" RV and the other RV's dwarfed ours. On Saturday we rented two Kayaks We rented them for two hours so the camp volunteer hauled the Kayaks to the cove we kayaked in. The also have trails for hiking, biking, and horse back riding. The best part of the camp were the volunteers, they operated a small store and the Kayak canoe rentals. They gave our dog a treats every time he went into the store. Our dog really loved the volunteers. They also gave kids free pop cycles. On Saturday afternoon we also drove to Emporia and toured William Allen White's home Red Rocks State Historical Site. https://www.kshs.org/red_rocks - DuaneG
Jun 2017 - $21.00
We stayed here in a 28ft travel trailer and enjoyed our stay. The sites in the Blackjack camp ground were very close together but the neighbors were friendly and respectful. Would've like to have a map upon arrival as we went down the wrong loop and the turn was super tight. Finally found our site but we were headed the wrong way to back in. After we got all of this figured out no problems what so ever. New shower house and restrooms close to the Blackjack and Doud campgrounds. Also the 18 hole disc golf course on site is a very fun play and is kept up nicely for a state park. Would stay again if we were in the area. We had a nice 3 day weekend here. - CW35
May 2017 - $24.00
We stayed here for one night in our Motorhome in site 169. The view out over the lake was super, the site was level and spacious. We were able to walk down a path directly from our site to the water's edge. This is a great well maintained campground and we wished we had more time than we did. We will definitely return when in that area again. - Budmobile
Aug 2016 - $16.00
It was on So. US Hwy 75, it was a little off the beaten path but on the Santa Fe Trail. It was clean and everyone was friendly. - Jim and Me
Aug 2016 - $28.00
Great park easy to get to and very quiet. Lots of rabbits for my dog to salivate over. We were going to stay one week and decided after being there to stay six weeks. Great place. Lyndon was a great town. - Frank Farquhar
Sep 2015 - $16.00
Very nice, clean RX park. Plenty of space between sites to put out awning. Friendly owner. Great wifi for anywhere let alone a RV park. Has a tornado shelter, small fishing pond and horse shoe pits. Hope to be able to stay here again. - Jweb98
Jun 2017 - $21.00
We reserved #45 and found out when we arrived that it included #48 at the additional charge. Level paved sites with plenty of grassy area. Fire rings were not near enough to site to be useful. Quiet even on the weekend when it filled up. To access approach from Osage City since Turkey Point is on the opposite side of the lake from the Outlet Park and COE headquarters. Fishing access within walking distance of our site. There was a marina somewhere because many of the weekenders had boats. - Betsy_02
Jul 2008 - $17.00
We really enjoy camping here. There is a lot of shade and easy access to the water. They have recently eliminated the vault toilets and made them into flush toilet, and shower, which was a huge improvement to the area we camped in The campground hosts are great. They do their jobs without being "rule nazis". This is just a beautiful quiet campground with lots of space between the individual campsites. - benidew
Jun 2007 - $18.00
This campground is on beautiful Melvern Reservoir, about 20 miles east of Emporia. There are many lakeside campsites with hookups and all are very shaded. The shower house is a bit small but clean and adequate. The campsites are spacious and grassy, with paved pads and adequate parking areas. It is very quiet and well patrolled by the local sheriff. The lake is clean and large enough for all water activities. - benidew
Aug 2017 - $15.00
Nice COE (Corps of Engineers) campground. Sites are widely spaced with grass and trees, but not very level. Nice concrete picnic tables with roof to shelter from sun and rain. Surge protector indicated reverse polarity so we did not connect. Narrow paved road with gravel sites. Some pull-through sites.
Very hard to find without a GPS as there are no signs. Good dump station near exit. Only a few sites were occupied. Off the main track and quiet. Host was absent and it seemed like COE had forgotten about the campground, but it was well maintained. Collection booth at entrance was full of junk and no Park Ranger appeared to collect fee as advertised on the sign at the entrance. We would stay again. - Dewclaw
May 2008 - $7.00
This is a COE Campground, Regular price is $15. but with the golden age pass it is only $7.50, can make reservations on line. Very nice place and easy to get to. We will come back! - jim1
Apr 2014 - $4.00
Nice little park. 50 amp worked fine. Police station is on the grounds for an added benefit. If you're in a big rig come in a secondary entrance as the primary (3 pillars) is pretty darn tight. There's a dump station right next to the main entrance and we got our fresh water fill at a spigot on the police station lawn (asked first). I gotta say, Burlington is a neat little town. - jor