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2 RV Parks near La Crosse, Kansas
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of La Crosse. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near La Crosse in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $30.00
This is a very basic camping place. Pretty much run down with lots of deferred maintenance. Most of the residents appear to be permanent. They do have wifi which is surprising! That said, it is the only acceptable RV place in town. - Skip Pratt
Jun 2017 - $30.00
This is an older park that serves basic need and is under new management. We stayed 8 days and manager discounted our rate as a pleasant surprise. Manager is very pleasant and accommodating. There are no assigned RV spots and it is self serve. There are several pull throughs. There are 2 entrances, one on Vine and one on 6th st. Use the on on vine if you have a big rig. The entrance on 6th is a little steep and you may drag bottom. - TZimmerman
May 2017 - $15.00
This is a campground with a facade only the owners could love. But from previous reviews, they sound like good people trying to make a go of a difficult situation, and I hope they do. I spoke with one of them who was helpful and personable. He did the right thing when we ended up at a site with electric only -- he cut the $30 full hook up price by half. Now that's what I call good business sense, hoping we'll return. However, there are disappointments here. Watch for potholes and ruts (a few sites have concrete pads, however). Only one person/family can use each of the 2 bathrooms/showers at a time. Bathroom hadn't been cleaned in awhile, ran out of paper towels and toilet paper. Greenery includes weeds. Random trash is evident. Sites are close and not attractive. Some sites have only electric; one had sewer but a cap that wouldn't fit over the ground pipe. While most rigs here were well-maintained motor homes, others (appearing to be permanent or long-term residents) would make you cringe -- although I never felt unsafe. Wifi is present but useless (why pay to have it if we can't get online?). Daytime traffic noise, much less at night. So, can you put up with all that for the price? For us, at $15, the answer is yes; at $30, without internet, it's weighted against. - John_K
Sep 2013 - $20.00
On the upside, there are cement pads; but some are broken. Owner, I assume, was standing by the convenience store to flag us in. After our neighbor turned his very loud tunes off, we did get a good night's rest. Certainly a little seedy, but OK for one night. - desertpro
Jun 2009 - $20.00
We pulled in, looked around, and pulled right back out. This park, though advertised in tourist brochure and looking wonderful, was actually a little scary. It was located in the industrial area of the town, behind a quick-stop and run-down "seedy" looking motel. The few campers we saw there looked to have been there a while and the pool was surrounded by a fence, barely visible from the overgrown weeds (waist high). Pull throughs were advertised. However, the ones we found were unlevel and we had to pull through one to exit the very small park. We did NOT feel safe there and opted to leave. WE DID NOT STAY. - harryb