52 total RV sites (26 Full hookups & 10 Electric and water). Can accommodate RVs up to 50ft. 30/50 amp service, FREE WiFi, 36 Pull thrus, restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, dump station, swimming pool, fire rings, RV storage, picnic tables and tent sites available.
Reservations are optional. Credit cards not accepted. Pets welcome. *Rates are based on two people, $2.00 add'l charge for each extra person.
Located 6 miles from Topeka, KS. I-70 eastbound Exit 358 to 75 North to 24 east 9 miles to KOA Rd (gravel road). Go North on KOA Rd 1.25 miles to Topeka Hilltop. Westbound I-70 (Kansas turnpike) Exit 204 East Lawrence 21 miles west on 24. Turn N on KOA Rd (gravel road). Go 1.25 miles to Topeka Hilltop. Northbound 75 to 24 east 9 miles. Turn N on KOA Rd (gravel road). Go 1.25 miles to Topeka Hilltop. Southbound 75 to 24 east 9 miles. Turn N on KOA Rd (gravel road). Go 1.25 miles to Topeka Hilltop.
View a beautiful sunset in our quiet rural campground.
Visit the capitol to view the vast, dramatic mural of abolitionist John Brown, who roamed the plains near here prior to the Civil War. An 1880 Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe steam locomotive, a Cheyenne teepee and a covered wagon are part of the collection at the Kansas History Center and Museum. About an hour’s drive west, hike the virgin grasslands of Konza Prairie.
Rate: $20.00*, P.A.: $10.00*
Regular Rate: $40.00* Discount: 25% Type of Rental: Cabin, one room with A/C and heat. Accomodates: 4 Linens Provided: No Check-in Time: 12PM Check-out Time: 12PM Notes: Reservations are required. *Rates are for two people. $2 for each additional person.
I came a long I-70 from St Louis. Part of I-70 leading to Exit 262 is a toll road ($7.00). I could live with that. the two mile trek up and down a gravel road was ruff. I would suggest going to exit 266 and coming in that way - still gravel but not as long or Hilly. You will most likely need to call the manager once you arrive - # is on the front door. I was greeted by a very sweet mature lady. She walked me around and gave me the choice of what I wanted. I must admit some spots are tight. A lot of larger 5 wheels were in there. My spot was a bit narrow. If I put my living room slide out. I could have reached into the next camper. Nice view. Train in the distance. I stayed for two nights as I was passing through. worked well for me Class A 32 ft.