High Plains Camping

462 US Highway 83
Oakley, KS 67748

(888) 446-3507

(785) 672-3538

Description

Open year round and surrounded by the plains of northwest Kansas, Oakley's High Plains Camping, with easy access from I-70, US 40 or US 83, is the perfect base from which to discover the historic west. Our easy to use online reservations system will help plan your trip, and save one of the many available long pull-thru RV sites with full hookups or primitive tent areas for you. The Sunflower Barn is a popular place for guests to hang out, and contains a large meeting space for up to 100 people -- perfect or rallies, family reunions and socials, and don't forget about the hot tub, yours to reserve for an uninterrupted soak. Free wireless internet access from the comfort of your site.

A playground, 18-hole mini-golf course and a cooling Spray Zone for those hot summer months will satisfy the entire family, while a camp store, travel facility and clean, climate controlled restrooms and showers gives High Plains Camping guests all the conveniences of home. The town of Oakley is a treasure trove of western history, perhaps most famous for being the birthplace of the legend of Buffalo Bill Cody. A larger than life sculpture of Buffalo Bill hunting a buffalo is on display for all to see.

A visit to the Fick Fossil and History Museum informs visitors of the fossil-rich chalk layers of western Kansas, and presents many of them in the museum\'s exhibits. The Monument Rocks, also known as the Chalk Pyramids, are recognized by the National Park Service as a National Natural Landmark. These unique \'badlands\' were formed by the constant flow of the Smoky Hill River and are a worthwhile visit during any stay at comfortable, family-friendly High Plains Camping.

65 Total Sites

49 Pull Thru Sites

12 Sites with 20 Amp

50 Sites with 30 Amp

30 Sites with 50 Amp

120' Max RV Length

Directions:    The park is in northwest Kansas along I-70, ocated at the intersection of Interstate 70 and US Highway 83, in Thomas County Kansas.

Many locators will misplace the park by 20 miles. Be sure to head to the SW corner of I-70 and US-83.

Additional Info:    Courtesy of Camping.com

Amenities

Onsite

Nearby

  • Gas
  • Lodging - Other
  • Repair Services
  • Rural Setting

Recreation

Nearby

  • Biking - Road
  • Golfing
  • Hunting
  • Scenic Driving
  • Sightseeing

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arrived without a reservation. sites were large and level. had a beautiful view of the sunset over the valley. had dinner and the restaurant adjacent to the park. good meal and great service.
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My wife and I were taking a trip from Kansas City to Colorado for vacation and decided to stop off and spend the night at High Plains, which was close to the halfway point of our drive. We arrived at the campsite at around 11:00 PM. We had already booked our reservation online to tent camp at the site, and since they were closed when we arrived they had a map and other information for use taped up on the front door of the office. For RV campers, they had posted which sites were reserved on the whiteboard by the front office door so that anyone pulling in after-hours would know which sites were not available. The tent area is at the back of the park and is surrounded by pine trees. It is a very open tent area with picnic tables dispersed throughout the area. Even though it is close to I-70, the road noise was not an issue at all, even in the tent. We really couldn't see all the campground had to offer until we woke up the next morning, but were very impressed to see they hot tub, mini-golf course, and Pub. The bathrooms were very clean and well-maintained. We would definitely stop here again in the future!
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KC Crew
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Forget your plans for cooking dinner. You just gotta go to Cap'n Jack's Pub for dinner. The food is great!
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Bob&Peg
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Reviewed 07/08/2015
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We stopped overnight in our 40' motorhome with 4 slides. Even with our toad (a 4 door Jeep Saharah) connected we still had lots of "breathing room" front, back, and both sides. This is just off I-70 yet we were not disturbed by any traffic noise. This isn't a "fancy" place but our full hook-up, pull thru spot had a level gravel pad. Water pressure is high so be sure to attach your pressure regulator.
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Jabi
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Reviewed 06/13/2015