11 RV Parks near Junction City, Kansas
Sep 2016 - $9.00
Awesome campground, spacious, beautiful lake view. - Maltaman
Apr 2015 - $18.00
Traveling across country and needed an overnight spot. 11 miles north of I-70. Plenty of sites available on a weekday. We saw only 2 other trailers in "A" loop. There are restrooms throughout campground. Water and electricity at the sites, big rig friendly. Lots of space between the level gravel sites. Wide interior roads for easy backing into sites. Park like setting with trees and play area for kids. Great value if you have a National Park pass $9 per night. Normal rate is $18. Tent sites $12. This is a beautiful location a real gem! We camped in a 5th wheel. - Charlie M.
Sep 2013 - $9.00
Nice campground on Milford Lake. Our loop had only 30 amp and water, no sewer. There is a boat ramp nearby and some shady spots. Rate reflects Federal senior pass. Be advised that the campground is located 11 miles from the interstate. We were told that 50 amp sites are at another park. - lburas
Jan 2017 - $32.00
We stayed in a 25' Navion (Sprinter) and were not towing. The park is easily accessible. Site was a half circle asphalt surface with grass in front. The Park was clean. The cable consisted of 4 pay per view channels; that's it!. The WiFi was non existent. The park is mostly long term units with only a couple of nightly spots. - Mike Parker
Sep 2016 - $32.00
Interior roads are very narrow and tricky to maneuver. We drive a 38' motorhome and tow a Jeep and it was tight, but we made it. There are 10 pull-thru sites, which are just loops off the main roads, and 19 back-in sites, half of which are very long. Sites are close together. The office is closed on the weekends but you can put your check or cash in an envelope and leave it. Or call them - they are very responsive. The manager was out to the campground 3-4 times over the weekend. She was very nice and very helpful. They ask that you use jack pads as all the sites are asphalt. Wifi was good, and worked the entire 48 hours we were there. Sites are very close together. I-70 is literally steps away and the traffic noise was horrendous. We would not stay here again. - SusanRon
Apr 2016 - $32.00
We needed an overnight stop near Manhattan, KS, to visit friends and chose this campground based on previous recommendations. When I called to make reservations, I told the campground attendant that we were a 40' motorhome towing a full-sized pickup, and wanted to be sure that this campground could accommodate us. No problem, I was told! Imagine our surprise when we pulled into this teeny place and could barely negotiate the fairways with our pickup unhooked! We were in site 11, right next to the road, and got to hear the early morning workers headed to their jobs. I-40, indeed, was only 1/2 mile away, adding to the noise. Yes, they do have cable, but we needed a "box" to access their service. Rather out-dated. We will never stay here again. - JanW
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
May 2015 - $9.00
The park was difficult for our GPS to locate. There is no COE sign easily visible from Kansas Route 244, and K-244 was an unknown route to our updated Garmin. If this is your destination use coordinates 39.07681 and 96.92474. The park itself has lots of gravel sites in two loops. They offer water and electric with a dump & trash station at the entrance. We booked what appeared to be one of the last two sites available only to learn ( from a regular at this park ) that sites divisible by 3 ( 3 thru 15 and 16 ) cannot be reserved and are on a first come basis. At least two of these "open" sites would have served us better than the one we reserved as far as satellite reception was concerned. We also learned that nobody patrols this facility as evidenced by trash in our fire pit and loud music from a site a few hundred yards away. The closest eating/shopping is at least 5 miles away and the better places are on Ft. Riley, which is open only to the military or retirees. The closest bath house did not include any shower facility. Our Verizon cell and the associated hot spot allowed us access to the internet. They close and lock the campground gates at 10 PM and open at 7 AM. Sites 1-16 in Loop A offer 50 amp, all other sites are 30 amp only. They offer a tenting area and a separate fish clean station near the park entrance. This is probably a boating and fishing paradise - especially here in Kansas. The Golden Age/Senior Pass discounted our site to 9.00 per night. - 5thwheeler
May 2015 - $10.00
Nice sites, lake views, close to the water. We will probably return. - Oldtymeflyr
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
Aug 2015 - $10.00
This campground is nice if you like fishing and boating in a small lake, little else to do in the area. The biggest problem is that they only have one handicapped site and that cannot be reserved but rather, on a first come first served and no requirement to be handicapped to get this site. So if you are handicapped this isn't a great park. - dlbof
Jul 2015 - $10.00
Nice views, but service was bad. We are handicapped and were told we couldn't have a handicapped site, because it was taken. The folks staying in the handicapped stall were not handicapped. It appears that every rule for COE parks are violated. Folks freely empty their holding tanks, dogs are not leashed, campers were parked and left vacant during the week, with occupants coming in for week-ends, trailers with boats and cars parked on the grass. No one manning the booths during the day, so it is hard to check in. We do like the park, but the contract people are not competent. The volunteers were not helpful. - eileenb
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
Jul 2015 - $24.00
The site was near the water and had amazing views, but the night-time bugs were horrible. I would not open the door after dark. Several pull through sites are one-way on a single lane road section. The last person in has to wait for the previous one to leave, or break the rules and drive through the grass. See the camp host before picking your site, they live a long ways away from the camp sites. - Keystone Trail
Jul 2015 - $28.00
Review applies only to a five night stay in the Eagle Ridge section (equestrian loop); other loops vary greatly in character and services. Easy access to and in the park with our oversized 40'+ BigRig RV. Price paid includes a daily vehicle fee that wasn't mentioned until check-in. Poorly designed loops; park has plenty of space but many sites are very close to one another and many with oddly placed utility services - choose a suitable site carefully ahead of time if making reservations. Would have rated park lower but it was very quiet at night. We would stay again but certainly wouldn't go out of our way to do so. - Snidely Whiplash
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
Mar 2017 - $32.00
The park is open year round and is only a few years old so everything was in very good condition. Registration was quick, the hosts were very gracious and guided us to our site. Access roads and pads / patio are all gravel with a gray clay base that was soft in spots and oozed thru where the gravel was thin especially after it rained while we were here. Site length is reasonable but you will have to check the positioning for your rig. Mine worked best with the RV forward and truck parked behind even though the RV door exited onto the grass - minor, though they don't want rugs on the grass. The site width for the pull-thru section is approx 27' and our neighbor's slide was about 10' from ours. Immature trees are planted near the front and back between each site which, in our case, prevented extension of the awning. Back-in sites on the perimeter appeared wider but may be limited to length. Water supply is weatherproofed and accessed in a below-ground port. Pressure was 60psi. 50a power was rock solid. Wi-Fi was acceptable but we used our hotspot for better performance. OTA TV received 2 channels with several sub-channels. I70 is very close by and the traffic was noticeable especially when noisy trucks passed. Aside from the community room with a TV and the bathroom/showers, there is a small covered public grill, a fenced dog walk area, a playground for the kids, and a short walking trail. The park is a decent place to overnight while passing thru or visiting Ablilene / Junction City. - Born2Roam
Nov 2016 - $32.00
We left reviews before. Stayed here off and on for over a year. Love it here, close to Milford Lake for our fishing. Close to KSU for football, basketball, and baseball games. The town is as friendly as they get. The camphosts are the nicest you'll meet. - d_h
Oct 2016 - $32.00
New park less than 2 years old, gravel & limerock just off interstate. Great overnight value. - FOSJ
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Lucky, although alot of sites didn't look that level: 74 isn't bad.
Lots of permanent residents but sites were clean. Most sites with shade are taken by residents. We had one tree that had very few leaves. Luckily it was cloudy and overcast. Would stay again to visit surrounding area. - Bill Dudley
May 2016 - $27.00
Nice overnight stay. Many seasonal people, but their rigs were quite new and everything was neat and tidy. Lots of grass with gravel sites. Average width of sites. We stayed in #22, which was perfectly level. There is a convenience store with pizza, wings, hot dogs and various sundries. The Shell station on the premises made it convenient to fill up and their price was great...$2.09 for diesel. Will stay again on our return trip. - lpampin
Mar 2016 - $25.00
Convenient stop along I-70. Facilities were clean and all worked, but need updating. A little paint and TLC would do wonders. Electrical pedestals need updating pretty badly.
Very nice convenience store folks. A gas station w/diesel if needed at competitive prices. - bobojay
Oct 2016 - $9.00
Great views overlooking the lake but sites are almost all back in and are tight to maneuver. Stayed here as park is very close to Manhattan and KState (and no other decent parks within 15 miles). No sewer hookups but there is a dump station close to the entrance. No wifi or cable either but satellite reception is fine. Make your reservation online (Recreation.gov) as while the staff is friendly they're not very efficient and service is "slow". Select your site carefully as some of the backin sites are very tight for a long rig (preferred sites would be 1-9 and 12-17; site 11 is the only pull through and it gets booked up early on most weekends ). - Mountain RV User
Aug 2016 - $9.00
Wow, what a deal. If you have an America the Beautiful Golden Age Pass: you get half-off of an already low rate of $18/night. Tuttle Creek Cove COE is a well kept campground with 50 amp power and water. The sites are roomy and well spaced with fire ring, stand-up grill and lantern pole. Excellent power, no voltage dips even on 100+ degree days.
Many sites are well shaded but the branches were too low for our tall 5th wheel. We chose instead a site on top of the ridge where there were no trees. This had us backed in with our rear picture window facing out over the lake. One of the best views we have had out that back window in the four years we have been full-timing. The sunrises were stunning.
Verizon was excellent, LTE for our jetpack with data rates at 6mbs or better. Satellite setup was a breeze. - jperry29
Jul 2016 - $9.00
Some of the camp loops are on a bluff while other loops are close the water's edge. All of the interior roads are on asphalt and are hilly. The sites are on crushed asphalt and rocks. Due to the terrain, some sites sloop more than others. The electrical box consists of 50/30/15 amp electrical service. The voltage was strong - hovering around 122 volts. This was surprising since it was very hot and all of the rigs were using AC.
Both the utility box and water spigot was located at the back of the site. All sites were back-in except for one site. All of the sites can accommodate a large rig and there was an area within the site to park a boat. All sites have a fire ring, BBQ stand and a picnic table. The one dump station is located at the entrance of the park. Fresh water is also available there.
The bathroom and showers were clean but not very appealing. The park also has a boat launch, swim, and a number of playground areas.
Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. The gates to the park are closed from 10 PM until 6 AM. It was very quiet at night.
We would come back to this park if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. - adsaxs
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
Sep 2013 - $30.00
This park is very nice and clean, but they only have a few sites that have sewer hook ups. They need to spend the money to upgrade there sewer system and put in more sites for the longer staying individuals. Also they need to change there policy on how long a person can stay at one site. Moving every two weeks is very upsetting to us campers. When we come to camp we don't want to have to move to a different site after 2 weeks of stay. - pipeliner25?