The Park is closed. We depended on our 2012 Trailer Life when deciding to stop for the night in Wichita. What a shock to see the over grown sites and empty buildings. I had tried to call the number listed in the Directory and got the recording that it was a dis-connected number. Thinking that they had changed their number, we went ahead and turned into this dismal scene. So sorry to see an RV Campground go out of business. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The rate is for check as CC was higher. There is nothing glamorous about this park but if you are visiting friends in Wichita it suffices ones needs. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Campground could use more upkeep. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were only looking for a convenient place that was easy to get in and out of while passing through town, so didn't expect much and didn't get much. The directions to this place were confusing to start with and, if you are headed west on Hwy 54 (Kellogg), required that you take a U-turn to get to the entrance. If you're in a Class A coach and pulling, this is pretty much impossible, so we had to go past it and and find a place in the highway to cross over to the other side and come back to it. We had requested a pull through lot and were told all their sites were pull through. They fail to tell you that, you may be able to pull through, but you have to unhook if you don't want to block the road. I guess they are pull through,if you only need 46'. When we pointed out that having to unhook defeated the purpose of a pull though, the attendant said that 60' sites are very rare. We asked if they had anyone that could lead us to our site, since it was clearly tight and one wrong move could be a disaster and there was no one available. Aside from that, the site is sorely outdated and has an unsafe feel to it. There is a lot of junk in the park, like old house trailers that are falling apart. There is a very old building called the 'Storm Shelter/Shower Room' that was locked. We got out of there as soon as we could. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has gravel roads and some shade trees. Our biggest problem was the bathrooms - old and outdated and not in good repair. Occasionally some airport noise, but it was so hot, the A/C covered up the sound. Laundry room was OK. We will not camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects weekly rate ($150). Not a bad park. About 80% are local full timers, which detracts a bit from the overall feel. Management is friendly and the park is kept clean. It's all gravel, so a bit dusty. Very fast wireless (10Mb cable connection), but only one antenna (in the office). You need to be close to the office to get the wireless in your rig. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Fairly level with concrete pads and quiet campground that GPS has trouble finding and is difficult the first time. Pretty good Wi-Fi. Gravel interior roads. Staff was very helpful and nice. Good campground for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Level campground with interesting layout of concrete sites, leaving extra space for towers and/or toads. Good Wi-Fi. Very convenient to the city and its attractions. Well-stocked fishing pond. But it is home to a tribe of feral cats who leave waste all over and have been known, according to a "local," to attack visiting dogs who got too close. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice, quiet campground with concrete pads and gravel roads. Next to Hwy 54 but did not notice any traffic noise. This is a clean campground and staff was very helpful and nice. The campground is located on the west edge of Wichita but is still convenient to Wal-Mart, Sam's and lots of good restaurants. This is an excellent campground for an overnight or extended stay. Reasonable monthly rates. We camped here in a Motorhome.