Whether you like to go glamping, rent a cabin, pack your RV, or prefer a rustic tent site, our Kansas I-70 campgrounds have the perfect spot for you. Our I-70 communities have a lot to offer you on your outdoor escape including world-class fishing, hiking, mountain biking, boating, horseback riding, and even massages. So pack your gear and hit the road!

Kansas City

Relax, reset, and reconnect with nature at Kansas City’s newest glamping experience – Suite Tea.  Located on the Watkins “C” Ranch, Suite Tea is neatly tucked away in the heart of the city surrounded by nature.  The experience provides a luxury camping experience including a comfortable bed and running water for guests.  Amenities include access to horseback riding lessons and trail rides, boho picnics, outdoor holistic massages, and yoga classes. 

Suite Tea Camping in Kansas City Kansas


Camp right beside the Mighty MO and enjoy the scenery and the flow of the Missouri River while you cookout at your campsite.  The Riverfront Park & Campground has 13 pads for RVs or trailers, all with electricity, and five tent sites.  Please call 913-290-0034 during the camping season or email [email protected]

Riverfront Park & Campground


No matter what type of camping you prefer, from roughing it in a tent to enjoying the rustic relaxation of a hilltop cabin, Clinton Lake just outside of Lawrence is the perfect fit! This 7,000-acre lake and tens of thousands of acres of recreational and camping grounds surrounding it offer a diverse array of activities for all to enjoy. Relax at one of the beaches, play a round of disc golf, fish, hike, boat, ski, watch wildlife and much more! There are nearly 1,000 campsites in several different campgrounds surrounding the lake, including an equestrian-friendly site. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers operates four of the campgrounds, including the equestrian park, and Clinton State Park operates two more campgrounds and the cabins.

Camping at Clinton Lake


In Manhattan you will find several unique spots to camp whether you’re looking for an RV spot, somewhere to set up a tent, or even a cabin to rent. At Tuttle Creek State Park you will find more than 150 water and electric campsites, perfect for an RV or camper, at one of the four areas of the park. Don’t miss out on more than 500 primitive campsites perfect to set up a tent. The State Park also features 11 modern log sided cabins that include a full kitchen, bathroom, shower, as well as air conditioning and heat. Tuttle Creek offers 12,500 acres of water for fishing, paddling, and boating activities as well as 20 miles of trails, an 18-hole disc golf course, archery range and so much more! Tuttle Creek State Park is less than 20 minutes away from Manhattan’s downtown district and even closer to accommodations in case camping isn’t your thing.

Tuttle Creek State Park

Junction City

Acorns Resort is a full-service lakeside resort in Milford, Kansas. Located amidst the backdrop of the largest lake in Kansas and the beautiful Flint Hills there are a selection of RV campgrounds (61 sites), impressive custom-made cabins (25) set among tall cedars and oaks, a lodge facility with hotel style rooms (9) adjacent to a boat ramp, Pacific Yurts (3) overlooking rocky shores, and all with porches and green spaces waiting for you! Primitive camping is also available.

Reservations (accepted one year in advance) fill quickly on weekends and Holidays.  If weekdays or Spring/Fall/Winter are possible, there are ample opportunities for indoor and outdoor fun! For more information call, (785) 463-4000.


Since 1867, Abilene has provided overnight camping for travelers. Starting with the cowboys who accompanied hundreds of thousands of head of cattle along the Chisholm Trail to today’s I-70 travelers, Abilene provides accommodations to lay your head and receive a square meal.

Abilene’s Covered Wagon RV Resort features free Wi-Fi, pool, modern bathhouse, laundry, full hook-ups, big rig sites, playground, and other amenities.

Covered Wagon RV Resort


If you are looking for camping opportunities in the Salina area, here are some ideas to consider. Salina is located about 33 miles from Kanopolis State Park – the first state park in Kansas! There you will find more than 30 miles of trails for hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders. The 3,500 acre lake and and 12,500 acre wildlife area provide abundant fish and game. Opportunities for wildlife viewing and photography are everywhere. In winter, bald eagles and ospreys fish the river. Don’t miss Mushroom Rock State Park with amazingly unusual geologic formations. 

If a simple rest is what you’re looking for, Salina has options for that as well. Our KOA Kampground is just off I-70 at Exit 252 and features a private fishing pond, a pool, and lovely shade. Just across the road are the Yesteryear Museum and Museum of Scouting. You can reserve a slip at Webster Conference Center at Exit 253. Either way, you are close to our eclectic downtown with great shopping and dining, the Stiefel Theatre, Salina Art Center, Smoky Hill Museum, Salina Community Theatre, and SculptureTour Salina. Nine miles west explore Rolling Hills Zoo and Wildlife Museum. AND coming soon…The Garage, a classic automobile museum!

Mushroom Rock State Park


Do you like to camp and be around the water? Check out the State Park at Wilson Lake.

Wilson Lake is the clearest lake in Kansas and offers over 100 miles of beautiful shoreline making it one of the most scenic and better fishing areas in Kansas. Visitors to Wilson Lake enjoy boating, hunting, swimming, hiking, and “epic” mountain bike trails. Take your RV or pitch a tent. It will be camping fun for you and the whole family!!


Creek Side Resort Campground and Outdoor Venue is the perfect camping spot for travelers with easy access off I-70 at exit 157. The RV Park offers pull-through full hookup sites, WiFi, laundry, propane, RV supplies and accessories, a dog park, a playground, and much more. Brand new cabins are now available for rent as well.

Creek Side Resort Campground and Outdoor Venue


WaKeeney is conveniently located right along the I-70 corridor in Western Kansas.  Feel like a road trip to do some camping?  WaKeeney has just what you are looking for whether it be the primitive tent camper who wants to be at the lake, or the camper that brings home with them on their wheels. 

WaKeeney KOA is conveniently located on I-70 between Kansas City and Denver, Colorado making this a great halfway point on your journey.  They have a new swimming pool constructed in 2018 with a large open deck and plenty of shade, basketball, and bean bag toss courts.  All RV sites are pull-thru with access to 50/30 amp electric, water, sewer, cable TV & Wi-Fi.

Just a few miles South of I-70 at the Ogallah Exit, you will find Cedar Bluff State Park.  This is a great destination for outdoor recreation. Cedar Bluff has over 150 utility sites and countless primitive campsites adjacent to an over 6,000 acre reservoir. Visitors will find many great outdoor activities such as hiking trails, fishing (including a pond made accessible to youth and those with disabilities), birding opportunities, and boating.


Colby, KS is home to 3 different RV camping areas, The Whistle Stop RV and Antiques, Hill Street RV Park, and the Thomas County Fairground RV Parking. All are reasonably priced, full service, and nice and clean. They are all close to fueling, and to any shopping you may need. For more information contact Colby Convention & Visitor Bureau at (785) 460-7643.

The Whistle Stop RV and Antiques


Soldiers Memorial Park at Smoky Gardens is located just south of Goodland at 1710 Road 55. Smoky Gardens is a great place to picnic and camp. A walking trail and disc golf course ascends steeply from the picnic area around the lake. Benches are provided.  Smoky Gardens has two campsites that offer electric and water hook-ups.  This venue provides an educational, entertaining, and welcome environment that ignites a passion for the outdoors and gives thanks to those that served our country.

Smoky Gardens