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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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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Pleasant Surprise
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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
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Pleasant overnight motorhome stop
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We had a pleasant overnight stop at High Plains camping near Oakley Kansas in early June. The owners were very friendly and helpful. The RV sites are comfortably spaced, and the park was less than half full when we were there. I took a 3-mile walk on a nearby unpaved farm road with no traffic to stretch my legs after a long day of driving. The RV park has very easy access to I-70, but is far enough away to not have much freeway noise. On the down-side, the wifi internet service did not work. I recommend this park if internet access is not necessary.
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z77
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Reviewed 06/04/2015
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An Oasis in Kansas
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We arrived about 4:00 pm and were greeted by Jessie. She was extremely helpful as was Jim her hubby. They have created an "Oasis in the Prairie" This campground has 70ft long pull-thrus that are quite wide. Cable was included as was the Wi-Fi. No reason to unhook, everything you need is here! They had everything from mini golf to a pool and hot tub. Pets were welcome and could be walked anywhere and if you wanted them to be free there was a fenced in obstacle course. Not only were they an RV park, but they had Pizza delivery service and a pub, "Captain Jack's" with a wonderful menu of above average pub food. We ate from both places and it was wonderful!!! They hand dip everything from mushrooms to calamari! All their fries are hand cut. They have the largest on tap beer selection in the state. There is a steak house in front of the park not owned by them but it had a huge breakfast crowd on Sunday morning! There is a large fueling station across the road from them. If we get this way again we will definitely stay again. Now for those pet owners who don't look down where their pets walk, beware. Kansas has two native cactus plants which are prickly pear. Sandburs and other stickers are around, but I prefer the natural landscape over herbicides. I also appreciate that the park is a NO SMOKING area on any of their grounds, so if you must smoke do so in your RV!! There is not a lot of shade but most of us have good a/c. This park is no longer in the Coast Resort system as a Good Neighbor Park and they do not belong to Passport America, I hope they consider these later on
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Joe & Laura
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Reviewed 05/25/2015