8 Parks near Oswego, Kansas
Sep 2012 - $10.00
We have a satellite dish on the roof for internet and DirecTV. The only sites that would work for us are 89 and 90. All other site are lovely wooded sites but very tree-filled lake edges, so no big open views of the lake, except for the sites 1-8 loop for tents. Heavy use for boaters. The Cherryvale Campground has only wooded sites or clearer w/o electric. 89 and 90 are the only sites w/e/sewer. $10 is the Senior Pass fee. Normal fee is double or a little more. - pubtopoub
Sep 2011 - $10.00
Nice COE Park. We were in a full hook-up site which was away from the lake but that was OK. We were told that even though we had reservations for this site, we could look around and move if we wanted to in order to get closer to the lake. Seen deer wondering around right after getting set up. Would definitely stay here again. - K. Flooyd
May 2010 - $8.00
We like this campground. It is like an Ozark area in Kansas. Sites are not close together and very shaded. Some sites are on the water and we can leave our boat on a portable dock in the cove. Camp hosts are friendly and patrol the area twice a day as do the Labette County Sheriff's dept. The area is clean and we enjoy the wildlife of deer that pass through the campground. - Suema
Jun 2016 - $0.00
First three nights are FREE We stayed there three nights. Great people in casino. Food was very good and reasonable and available 24 hrs a day. Very level pull-through sites. Very long and spacious. Dump station was very convenient. 50 amp service and water. After third night it's $10.00 a night. We stayed three nights while riding our motorcycles on route 66. Easy on and off from highway. - New yorker
Sep 2014 - $0.00
There are nine pull-through full hook up 50 amp sites. They are gravel but level. They are also free for the first three days and you don't even have to enter the casino except to register for the spot. The trains can be a bit annoying but not real bad. They aren't frequent. The food at the cafe in the casino has a great breakfast burrito. I'd definitely camp here again. - BobWW
May 2014 - $1.00
This was a nice little treat. We had a bit of a time finding it then had to search out security to register. Not major issues. The site we took was level, all were pull through. They supplied electric and water and there was a dump station. This is on the far edge of a casino parking lot, so there was some traffic. The casino is small and the traffic is mostly away from the sites so we had no issue at all. There is a train track directly behind with a crossing. The evening hours there were several trains and the horn is loud, being so close. Through the night I did not hear a train, until about 0500. The price for the site is FREE for the first 3 days and $10 a day after. We stayed one night and would return if in area. Felt very welcomed by staff inside casino. - BMain
Feb 2009 - $10.00
We camped here on our way home from Colorado. The park is owned by the City of Oswego. Rustic setting, trees galore. Cost was $10. Very nice quiet place to spend the night. Park was patrolled by the Oswego City Police. Definitely would stay here again. - We3Brvn
Apr 2015 - $20.00
This is a clean park with traffic noise and train noise.
Sites are wide, near-level grass and gravel, in various lengths. A few have shade or picnic tables. Voltage is good.
Roads are gravel in very good condition.
Verizon LTE works well.
There are strong terrestrial broadcast signals from ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, and PBS.
No rest rooms, showers, WiFi, cable, laundry, or credit cards. - wjzcbn
Aug 2010 - $18.00
Very nice and quite private campground. They have full hookups. Would recommend. - timenazi
Sep 2015 - $15.00
Well maintained, friendly owners and good wifi. Come in for three days and ended staying a week. Will come back again. - Orlan
Aug 2014 - $15.00
Passport America rate, no limit on number of days at the discounted rate. Small park with no amenities, but all sites were level and services worked well. We stayed for five nights while doing genealogy in the area. Hillside RV Park met our needs. We would stay here again. - Dave51
Aug 2013 - $15.00
This small campground has great pull through sites; we are 43 ft pulling a jeep. My AT&T air card worked fine. Gravel road in, but sites are a joy to see when get up the short hill. Passport park so very reasonable rate. Owner is very nice and friendly, and the park has some lovely flowers. Quiet area with open or treed sites. We will definitely be back when we are in this part of the country. This is for self contained units only as they do not have restroom/showers. - pegcove
Sep 2013 - $10.00
A very nice and clean park. Sites 1-20 are full hookups, 21-30 are electric only. Most of the sites are level and have trees so satellite might be a problem getting signal. Would stay here again when in area. - ds4006
May 2013 - $10.00
Rate is with national senior pass discount. This is part of the COE complex at Big Hill Lake. Great park, clean and quiet during our visit. Staff and camp hosts are very friendly and helpful. Very slightly rolling terrain, good for walking. Mound Valley side of park (across the lake) is mostly 30A/water sites, on same side with swim beach and boat launch. Cherryvale side is 50/30A/W/S sites. A few sites will take some leveling, power is steady. Water pressure was a little low for our tastes, but certainly workable. Verizon phone/MiFi card worked fine. Would have given a 10 on this one if they provided Wi-Fi. Town is about 5 miles away, couple of restaurants and a nice grocery store. Be wary of GPS directions in here, better to follow the park's directions and signage. Several hard packed dirt county roads in the area, but you can reach the park without going off asphalt. Good bird watching. Several areas for fishing and a hiking trail. We would definitely stay here again. - Fixn2gocamp
May 2014 - $10.00
This park was very nice to stay in while we worked to help the Red Cross using our motorhome as a base during the tornado restoration work that we did. Each pedestal at each site has a 30 amp as well as a 50 amp hookup, with good electricity and has good water pressure also available. In addition, there is a dump station in the park as well. Virtually every site is fully shaded, with parking on asphalt large enough to place all wheels of a 40' motor-home off the grass. As instructed we called the Police Department for permission to stay and the Lady there suggested that we might prefer to come to the Police station to avoid any potential hassle with regards to paying. We understood that the Police are busy, however we regularly saw them patrolling the road alongside the park, but we knew that we should pay the $10 nightly fee, and so we took her suggestion. Our stay there was uneventful, peaceful, and we would stay there again. - jmorgan54
Mar 2014 - $10.00
No facilities at this park just porta potties. Took moving three times to find a plug-in that worked. Very kid friendly has a huge park with playground. You have to go by the police department to get the permit they wouldn't come out for us so best to stop on the way by. - G_Escape
Aug 2013 - $10.00
We stayed here while driving Route 66. Campers need to contact the Baxter Springs Police Department for a permit to camp. Even though we called the police department, no one ever came to collect the fee. A dump station is available. There are both back-in and pull-thru sites. Grass was long but it had been rainy for a few weeks. We were able to wash our rig and tow car at our site. We would stay here again. - thetravelkids