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3 RV Parks near Satanta, Kansas
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Satanta. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Satanta in the left hand column.
Mar 2014 - $8.00
A decent place for an overnight. Nice trail around the "reclaimed water" lake for walking/running. Great playground adjacent to the park itself. Water and electric worked great. The city of Ulysses is great. We wish we had more time to poke around the town. The museum in town is very nice. - CBird
Sep 2010 - $8.00
Nice park setting with a small "reclaimed water" lake and golf course. Utilities are oddly located. Pay at the Bentwood Golf Club building. Paved streets and concrete pads with picnic tables and benches. There is a playground for the kids, nice walking trails and some picnic shelters. Park is somewhat isolated from town and after dark the teens began driving through playing music with the bass cranked up. Also some younger kids were out fairly late on a school night. Although we did see police driving through frequently, we felt somewhat vulnerable despite fairly good lighting. The other RV park we saw on Hwy. 160 appeared very dusty and close to the road so this looked to be a better option. We probably would not stay again. - BigRigTravelerUSA
May 2017 - $10.00
This is what it is, a parking lot for campers. It does have showers and we were able to hook up cable TV. Spaces very close together, the entire area was gravel, no grass. It is used by construction workers and harvest crews and by me...a traveling med tech. Did have a nice laundry room and 1 bathroom with a shower. - MAT-DAT
Aug 2015 - $20.00
Beautiful scenic park to relax at. Plenty of room between sites. Grassy and a welcome surprise after living in cramped gravel lots. Pets loved the shade trees. Will go again. - Gypsy8
Aug 2014 - $25.00
Passing through Liberal recently, at the last minute we decided against another RV park. A quick search online turned up Arkalon, and it ended up being an extremely pleasant surprise. The setting is beautiful, much more pleasant than I had expected to find in that area of the state. It was a breeze to get the trailer parked, a boon to these novice travelers. The water connector seemed to be surprisingly far away, and our water hose was short by at least 10 feet. Fortunately, the campground host had several spares (which makes me think that perhaps this is common problem). The park staff was helpful and kind, and the abundant wildlife was a hit with my kids. That was a good thing, because the "playground" turned out to be just two sets of swings, so if I had a suggestion for improvement, it would be to upgrade the playgrounds. Oh, and while the water is acceptable for drinking, it makes lousy coffee :) Bring along a bottle or two for brewing -- you'll thank yourself! And all this for just $25/night -- Arkalon is truly a hidden gem! - User3639
May 2013 - $15.00
After much of the last six months spent at RV parks with gravel/dirt sites, this was like a breath of fresh air. Shaded by plenty of trees, this grassy park is just a lovely place to spend some time. RVers should know right off that there was nearly two miles of washboard-rutted dirt road, not very dusty, and fine if you go very slow. Any rigs longer than 35 feet might have trouble maneuvering the turns and hill. There are about 30 sites, four of them with concrete slabs. All have electric 20/30 and some sites have water available but most are on the opposite side from the electric hookup. Most sites have picnic tables and firepits. There is a volleyball court and a large covered picnic area. The bathrooms and showers are basic, but clean. The camp host makes it his job to see that everyone is welcome and comfortable. Even though the train is about 100 feet away, it is up an incline and can hardly be heard. There is no traffic noise. We would definitely stay here again if in the area, maybe for a longer period next time. There is a fishing pond about 1/4 mile from the camping area and it is well stocked with bass and catfish. A Kansas fishing license is required. It's a wonderful place for pets as well. The gate to the park is locked at 10:00PM and unlocked at 7:00AM. There is limit of 14 days at a time. - Maudeen