If you have just driven your RV through Kansas in the past and haven’t stopped, you are missing out. Kansas actually has a variety of things to do on a RV Vacation. The most commonly traveled route through Kansas is on Interstate 70 from Missouri to Colorado. Make sure to stop along the way to see the sites in Kansas City, go to the Rolling Hills Zoo in Salina, and stop to stay at the High Plains Camging RV Park on the way to the giant Van Gogh painting in Goodland, KS. If you aren’t traveling down I-70, have no fear because some of the best destinations that Kansas has to offer come when you get “off the beaten path”. Try two of the Wonders of Kansas in Hutchinson, KS in the Underground Salt Museum and the Kansas Cospomosphere & Space Center. No matter what you choose to do, Kansas has many State Parks and RV-friendly destinations to suite your liking.
Spring and Summer Activities:
Boating, Fishing, Historic Tours, Wildlife Viewing, Camping, Sightseeing, Hiking, Swimming, Picnicking, Biking, Photography, Bird Watching, Walking, Geocaching, Backpacking, Golfing
Fall Foliage Tours, Historic Tours, Camping, Sightseeing, Hiking, Biking, Fishing, Photography, Wildlife Viewing, Bird Watching, Walking, Geocaching, Museum Tours
Educational Programs, Sightseeing, Historic Tours, Hiking, Photography, Wildlife Viewing, Bird Watching, Walking, Museums
RV Campgrounds in Kansas
You’ll find campsites along the shores of Kansas lakes and at campgrouds throughout the State. Additional campground options are listed here.
Article about a Kansas RV Vacation: http://www.trailerlife.com/output.cfm?ID=2201113
Kansas RV Parks Website: “http://www.ksrvparks.com/
WIKI Website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kansas
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GPS Coordinates: 37.6417, -98.7751
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