Nice interior roads and pads. Price varies according to pad size. Discount with player's card from casino. Free shuttle to casino; shuttle phone in shower-restroom-laundry buildings. (Buildings also a storm shelter in event of bad weather.) Staff friendly and helpful. If sites had shade would give it a 10, but summers in Kansas are hot. Security drives through park even when not on shuttle runs. We camped at Prairie Band Casino in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $32.00
RV park is very well kept. Sites are spacious and have ample room for any size RV. The shower facilities are clean and kept locked. The only downside to this RV park is it is only staffed about 40% of the time. Therefore, if you haven't stayed before it is difficult to figure their system out. We camped at Prairie Band Casino in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $10.00
The cable TV is not much good here. My rate is based on Passport America. There are different rates for different sizes. The food in the casino was great: tomorrow is 2 for 1 meals so I will be there. The lady that checked us in was very informative. The nearest place for groceries is about 15 miles away, so if you are going to stay for awhile, bring it with you. I would stay again but only for one night. We camped at Prairie Band Casino in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $15.00
Wide open campsites, level and paved. Great spot for a quick overnight stop and some R & R gambling. I arrived after clerk left, but she told me what site to go into and I paid her in the morning. Free shuttle to casino. Laundry room, nice showers. We camped at Prairie Band Casino in a Motorhome.
What a gem of a park! The rate reflects $5 off the mid-tier price with Players Card from casino. (There are 3 prices for sites, based on the length of the site. We got the mid-priced site, usually $26, with $5 off. That worked well for a 40-foot coach and small toad). The campground is laid out well, with concrete pads/patios. All sites are pull-through. Utilities worked well, there is cable and Wi-Fi available (we didn't use either), and security will drive you to the casino and back if you wish. The casino is not too big and crazy, and the restaurants are great! Highly recommend! We camped at Prairie Band Casino in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $18.00
Easy late-night check-in. Be careful about which site is selected, there are multiple levels of pricing. Space was paved and level. WiFi worked well, cable was basic, but good. Office staff was efficient and friendly in the morning. The price would be $5 cheaper if we had made a trip to the casino for a player's card: we figured it was already low enough. Definitely worthy of a return visit if we are ever this way again. We camped at Prairie Band Casino in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $15.00
We have stayed here before and will always use this park when passing thru. Paved leveled sites ... everyone is very nice in the PV office, the staff at the casino and the security that drives you to the casino. We camped at Prairie Band Casino in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $31.00
Three different sized sites priced accordingly ($31/night for the largest). Wi-Fi OK. Level pads. Quiet. Bathouse clean. Didn't appreciate the maintenance person mowing grass that should have been mowed a week earlier and covering everything with clippings. We camped at Prairie Band Casino in a Motorhome.
This is a nice and quiet park for the price. With a free players card you will receive $5.00 off the nightly rate. We were in a long and level pull-thru, concrete site. The park was well maintained and is patrolled for security. It is not a 10 because it does not have resort facilities and is not gated. It is a great place to stay a few days and we will stay again. We camped at Prairie Band Casino in a Motorhome.
Nice RV park. Site are wide and pads are paved. Prices vary on length of your unit. Cable TV and Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi reception was spotty with having to move around campground to get strong signal. Restrooms were exceptionally clean. Unisex showers. Staff very friendly. Security drove through about every hour. Could call security and they would pick you up and take you to Casino/hotel/restaurants and bring you back. We camped at Prairie Band Casino in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $21.00
We Stayed for two nights, with player card we got our space for $15.75 a night. Very quite and security went through several times a day and night. Very clean restrooms and showers. This was an excellent campground with cement parking spaces and lights at hookups for late arrivals. We camped at Prairie Band Casino in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $16.00
Located about 15 miles North of Topeka KS. There is nothing I can say about this place that is bad. Everything is spotless. Everything worked properly. All spaces are level and concrete paved. Staff was super friendly. Wi-Fi was good. Lots of grass, no dirt. We knew we were going to be late and called ahead. The nice lady gave us a space number and it turned out to be a great space. I think all of the spaces were pull-through. Kind of nice when you’re really tired and it’s raining outside. The RV park is attached to and part of a casino complex with a full buffet as well as a steak house. We ate at the steak house when we were Eastbound and ate at the buffet on the return trip. Both were excellent. While at the RV park, they will come pick you up and take you to the casino. When you are ready, they will take you back to your RV. It is walkable, maybe a hundred yards. The ride was nice in the rain. I tried to tip the driver and was told they do not take tips. We will stay here again. We camped at Prairie Band Casino in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $21.00
Great facilities and a much-needed break for us after being on the road for several weeks. Laundry and showers are excellent. We are not gamblers, but treated ourselves at the casino buffet which was excellent. Good WiFi at the campground. We relaxed, ate out, did laundry, did our on-line business. Very few campers in campground. A very pleasant stay and a good value. Would definitely stop here again. We camped at Prairie Band Casino in a Motorhome.
There are two Wi-Fi servers, both of which are fast. The laundry is spotless and air conditioned. Cell phones work well. There is a valet service for pick up and delivery to the Casino. On a first visit the players card is loaded with $25.00 for playing. One has to put in $1.00 of your own cash to activate the card. The usual fee for the campground is $21.00 but they reduce that by $5.00 if you pick up a players club card. They are also Camp Club USA so a 50% discount is possible. There are daily meal specials, such as the two for one buffet on Wednesdays. The showers are large and unisex. I would stay here again. We camped at Prairie Band Casino in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in a 31' rig and decided to stay 4 nights on our Campclub rate. The casino was fun and had some great deals on meals in the restaurants. The cost of laundry was $1 to wash and $.75 to dry. The showers are spotless, but too high pressure makes them uncomfortable to use more than once. LOL! We camped at Prairie Band Casino in a Travel Trailer.