4 RV Parks near Pleasanton, Kansas
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Pleasanton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Pleasanton in the left hand column.
Jun 2018 - $17.00
CG is on/near a lake and has a boat ramp. Roads: Paved and easy to get around on. Sites: Gravel with old worn picnic table and fire ring. Site #23 Power at this site was 20,50 amp no 30 amp. We had to add 3" of lift to the front tires to level the coach. Most of the electric sites are 30 amp and they have a limited number of 50 amps. They have sites with WES but I don't know if those sites have 50 amp. Bathroom and Showers were clean. Showers are push button with a 7 sec. cycle time and it takes a long time to get hot water. When it does show up it has good pressure and is warm to hottish. No wifi but Verizon phone and Mifi worked well. One note on power we had the on board Surge Guard trip twice when we were running both AC units and then tried to run the micro wave. Outside of that the park has some long time residents who look to use it as fish camp. Not too messy. All in all a good stay at a great price. Note on prices they don't have discounts and Tent with power, RV site with power and water, and RV site with WES are all priced differently but very reasonably. We'd stay here again if we're in the area. - pumper9x9
Jul 2017 - $15.00
This is an old county park that they are gradually restoring. Buildings were relatively new but the picnic tables need replaced. Grassy common areas were all well kept. New playground near bath house with other playgrounds in other loops. No reservations and we had our choice of sites on a holiday weekend. Fishing access within walking distance of our site. - Betsy_02
Jul 2016 - $15.00
Restrooms could use some upgrades but passable. You pick your own sites so if you stay on one that is bad it's your fault. Lady at Marina was nice and friendly. Overall great campground some permanent residents almost all in one area so no big deal to me. I would stay here again. - Bill Dudley
Sep 2017 - $25.00
This campground is inside of a property owners association development and can only be used by owners of property within the association or guests of owners. They do have some sort of agreement with Coast to coast to allow use. The campground is divided into two sections with a 50 amp section and a 30 amp section. All sites appear to be about 80 feet long and are all pull through. Every site has full hook-ups. There isn't much in the way of management. You check in at the office or guard gate after hours, go pick an open site and then go register and pay. The sites are getting older and you will need to level to some degree. The campground is about half full most of the time and is usually very quiet. Many of the campers are visiting friends that own lots here or are owners that are working on traveling or working on their lot. We have been here for several weeks visiting family and would recommend it. We plan on coming back here in the future. - BL Ford
Jun 2017 - $10.00
We stayed here in a 5th wheel. The"park" is an afterthought and sits behind a significant residential community. The roads are very dusty and the area is relatively open. The clubhouse/office is a significant distance from camping and is probably a drive for most users. There is no wifi or cable. Verizon cell service was good. Satellite TV was easy to set up. - BrianStacifulltimers
Jul 2017 - $30.00
In my opinion it is not what it once was according to older advertisements of attractions. Store fronts predominately now self storage except Tuesday night Cowboy Church and small business. Close to US69. Ok for overnight while traveling but not a destination. Nice staff. Stone road (dust) & pads. Small grass strips. Hook ups good. No significant shade. Some long term sites with dogs & stuff. - tzdr8v
Sep 2016 - $18.00
We have stayed with there for the last five years during the summer. Things have changed, and not for the best. The Opry has closed. We requested our usual site, and was told things have changed. Our usual overlooking of the pond, the horses, was left open and we were left with a view of the gravel, other rigs and the dust. It seems that if you aren't in the click, you are left holding the bag. Rules are left to the ownership, I found the park receptionist had her dog in the office, a strict violation of the rules. We only had 3 washers for most of the summer until my wife leveled one of them. We travel with a dog, and are courteous to others to pick up our waste. We had to ask to have the dog waste be emptied and it took nearly 3 weeks before it was. I usually don't burn bridges, but feel this park has become to expensive for what is offered. The final straw was when they came to our site and put on a water meter. Ownership complains to much as to what things are costing them, and that should not be disseminated to the residents. I feel as they are getting ready to jack up the prices again. This all started after they purchased a $300k rig and parked it so we all could see. When we started staying here it was $440 month, it is now over $500. With the addition of the new parks in Hillsdale, I feel we will not be coming back. I really liked ownership guess they didn't like me. - Butcherboy13
Aug 2016 - $32.00
We called on Sunday morning to make a reservation, the answering machine told you to leave a message they would call back as soon as possible. Nobody called us back until we arrived to the campground.
There was a sign which told us to pick an empty site and come to the office on the next day.
The campground was not nice but OK. The site was gravel, pretty level with a little bit grass on the side.
The showers and the restrooms were locked with a keypad, and I have to ask another guest for the combination.
The toilets and showers were very old and completely dirty. They look like nobody cleans this room for a couple of days.
I visit the office the next day to complete the registration and my payment, and told the owner about the dirty showers and toilets. The answer was that they clean the facilities every Monday and Friday.
To clean campground showers and toilets only two times a week is disgusting!!! - Columbus
Jul 2018 - $10.00
This is a public park in my home town and our first experience pulling our trailer. While trying to level the camper is a little difficult here, we had no problems getting our 29 foot bunkhouse through the roads or turns. However, while unhooking we did have the road blocked. Everyone waited or went around. It wasn't a big deal. It's nice and quiet here. Place where you can enjoy some time, fish, visit local sights, or in our case be "back home" for a couple days. Sit around the campsite and enjoy friends and family. No, if you have a huge rig you probably won't make it here. But again we pulled ours in with an over sized suv. Another issue is the closest dump site is the fair grounds, so you will have to hook up to dump tanks. - Newtocamper
Jun 2014 - $8.00
I called and made reservations for 2 nights. The lady assured me we would fit. We are a 40 ft RV. We got there and found we would not fit. There were to many huge trees with branches hanging down. The space she reserved for us was not long enough and we would have been in the road. The street was very narrow and went down a steep slope. This place would be ok for a small 5th wheel or travel trailer 30'. The next day she told me there was camping about 14 blocks down Horton at the fair grounds. - M.Register
Jun 2014 - $9.00
We tried to stay at Gunn Park but were not successful. The signage in the campground is poor and roads are very narrow. The campground is obviously for campers under 25 feet. The campsites are not well defined, most are not level. The electric hookups are primitive consisting of only a 3x5 box containing a single 30 amp socket with no breakers. We were totally out of place here with our 38 foot rig. - junkmanstan