My girlfriend and I both live in Topeka and this KOA is a day escape for us. VERY VERY well kept, clean. Personnel there are awesome and outgoing. The new pool is a salt water pool, which again is very well maintained, nice landscaping around the pool area, and a steel pavilion with picnic tables to get out of the sun and smoke. One caution is that the steps getting into the pool are very slippery,they just need gripper strips installed to solve that. Highly recommend staying there. We camped at Topeka / Capital City KOA in a Truck Camper.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $35.00
This may be the least appealing KOA we've ever stayed at. It feels old and tired, with no evidence of any updating in years. There's a high-traffic road close by, a train not far away, and planes flying low over the park from morning to late in the evening, so it's definitely noisy. One of the two washers in the laundry was out of order. Underwhelming in almost every way. We camped at Topeka / Capital City KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $41.00
This is a nice park with a real country feel to it. It's right next to US-75, but the road it's on is a dirt road. The highway is not noisy. They have a lovely pond and the owners have miniature ponies which are friendly and cute. Our only beef is our site was NOT level, we had to really finagle to get our trailer level. Our front end was jacked up just about as far as it could go. Also, there are some tacky permanent trailers there which should be kept up better. But we would come here again, as the good things outweighed the bad. We camped at Topeka / Capital City KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean and cute campground. Office staff was very nice. Site was gravel, but level. Cable and WiFi both worked well. It was a little tricky getting back to the interstate from this location. We camped at Topeka / Capital City KOA in a Motorhome.
Bathrooms were very clean. There are a few long term residents and sites could be more level. They were working on this when we were there. It is next to a busy highway so you hear the traffic all night and day. There are 3 fishing ponds. There are a few campers raising or taking care of geese and there is goose poop everywhere. It is mostly gravel and when the wind blows, dust gets everywhere. Manager/Owners are friendly and helpful. Office was open in the afternoons. We camped at Topeka / Capital City KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $34.00
Has long easy access sites, but very unlevel. Motor homes have their front wheels off the ground to get level! Camp is not well marked on the roads. Hard to find. But quite clean. We camped at Topeka / Capital City KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice campground. Enjoyed meeting one of the owners. The bathrooms were very clean and nicely decorated. Had a well kept laundry room. Over all, this campground is well maintained and cared for. We would definitely come back. We camped at Topeka / Capital City KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Only a single shower, 1 for men and 1 for women were air conditioned. Plans are to condition shower building on other side of campground but not in place yet. Only 1 conditioned bathroom for each sex. Staff was very friendly and did their best to make our stay as comfortable as possible. The GPS guided roads into this campground are routed over very rough gravel roads. There is a concrete access, suggest calling campground to find out how to access, will definitely improve your experience. I wouldn't hesitate to return here. We camped at Topeka / Capital City KOA in a Tent Trailer.
Nice park for a short stay. No shade and most of the sites could use some leveling. Swimming is in a small pond. We felt that at almost $38.00 per night, was a little high. Nice staff and helpful with directions and things to see. Would stay here again if in Topeka. We camped at Topeka / Capital City KOA in a Motorhome.
Before going here, get the directions either from KOA website or calling the park. Not heeding this will mean driving down a horrible gravel road for 1/2 to 3/4 mile in either direction. Mostly pull through sites (work kampers and permanents take up all but 3 backins). Sites that head Northwest are EXTREMELY skinny (tough with slides, your neighbors sewage and utilities were within 10 feet of your front door). Those that southeast or are by highway, have much more space. Everything is gravel, most sites had a slope towards the south, there is no pool. Camp staff is terrific, bathrooms were spotless, great playground, barn/rec area was spectacular. Rate is based on a monthly rate including electric. We camped at Topeka / Capital City KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $34.00
There were no signs on the highway or at the turn onto a gravel road indicating where the KOA was to be found. The park is filled with permanent residents. The dog area had a waste basket about 2 feet deep which was full to the brim. We camped at Topeka / Capital City KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $56.00
We liked this camp site a lot in general. The bathroom and showers were excellent. The cabin we stayed in was clean and the mattresses were clean and comfortable. The room had a TV with cable, a fridge, a microwave, dining table and a chair in it. The campsite had a nice game room, although the furniture was dated. They had a small weight room which was good and very nice swimming pond. The sites are close together, but the location to Topeka is great. We would go there again as it is easy access to the highway. We camped at Topeka / Capital City KOA in a Campground Cabin.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $35.00
This is a nice KOA, a little off the beaten path. The sites are very big, wide and long with plenty of room to spread out. It is right next to a highway, but there was very little traffic and the evenings were quiet. There are a lot of long term folks in a separate section of the park, but everything was neat and well-kept. It's not a fancy place but it is a good place to stay in the Topeka area. The only drawback is the quarter mile of dusty, dirt road leading to the campground entrance. We would camp here again. We camped at Topeka / Capital City KOA in a Motorhome.
Crummy looking gravel and grass parking lot. Short, close sites. Shade only on the back-ins which appear to be mostly long term residents. Some highway noise, but not bad. Wi-Fi OK, cable very limited. Lots of biting deer flies. Not worth the price, but one of only two parks in the area with cable. OK for an overnight stop. We camped at Topeka / Capital City KOA in a Fifth Wheel.