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

Recent Reviews

  •      
  • More Reviews

A+
Recommended
Service
Facilities
Campsite
Restrooms
Campground on I70 Exit 70
0 % of users found this review helpful
My husband and I were returning back home to Florida so we need any over night campground. My husband called High Plains RV Resort and made a reservation. When we arrived we entered the office to check in. The person at the desk was pleasant and very knowledgeable. She made us feel very welcome. Since we were in a strange state it is so nice to have someone tell you about the weather and what channel to watch on TV as they were under a wind advisory. If you are traveling and come into the campground late she has a restaurant on premises called Cap'n Jack's Pub. I would recommend this RV park for anyone traveling on I 70
(...more...)
courtesy of GCA.com

Jill
The review was
Trip Type:N/A
Reviewed 10/13/2014
B+
Recommended
Service
Facilities
Campsite
Restrooms
Great location
0 % of users found this review helpful
Stopped here again on our trip from Wyoming. We had made the same trip last winter and stopped then because of easy access off of I-70. Since we were only staying one night I asked both times for a long and level spot. The friendly staff provided us everything requested so I did not have to disconnect the truck. It made setting up and leaving the next morning much easier.
(...more...)
courtesy of camping.com

Pleased
The review was
Trip Type:N/A
Reviewed 09/17/2014
A-
Recommended
Service
Facilities
Campsite
Restrooms
One night
0 % of users found this review helpful
This was just a stop for the night on our way to colorado from illinois. Service fine. Our spot was level and everything worked great. The pub ..captain jacks was a welcome surprise since we were going to have peanut butter and jelly! Food was good, and service just fine.
(...more...)
courtesy of Campgrounds.com

Colorado bound
The review was
Trip Type:N/A
Reviewed 08/31/2014
C
Recommended
Service
Facilities
Campsite
Restrooms
not very pleased
0 % of users found this review helpful
The park has a good location for travelers on I-70 and we picked it for a one night stop over. We were shocked at the first impression which was a run downed appearance, and my wife said she didn't what to stay here. We had all ready paid for a reservation so stayed. Staff was friendly and give a long list of things we could not do, including no smoking anywhere on the grounds. The grounds were in poor condition and I was surprised to find my site only had 30 amp service. Bigest problem was the entire grounds are covered with a "sticker weed" that almost prevented walking our dog. This is just not acceptable. For the owner...this weed may be controlled with the chemical "trefin." I will not stay there again and caution others to talk with the park directly about their problems rather thenjust an "on line" reservation.
(...more...)
courtesy of camping.com

The Maestro
The review was
Trip Type:N/A
Reviewed 08/30/2014