Great place to pull in to a quiet RV park, lots of shade, professional and thoughtful new owners offer a warm welcome!! Wonderful shuttle service to nearby Casino and Restaurant!!
It's hokey, but I love the Gunsmoke theme. No cable TV though.
What a great visit in spite of problems I witnessed with other campers. The owner was exceptionally friendly and accommodating. She greeted us warmly and did anything possible to make our stay exceptional.
This was our4th stay in our cross country trip, although we have been camping for more than 40 years (we are about 1000 miles from home.) The campground was clean and well maintained. It is located close to a tourist site and is easily accessible. The Wi-Fi accessibility was the best we have had since we left home.
I hope that the campers who created the problems for the campground owner are not allowed to give a negative review (I don't know how this website screens negative reviews.) I would recommend to any camper to visit this park.)
This is not only one of the noisiest campgrounds with trains, traffic, and lawn mowers but it also has to hold the distinction of having the meanest people in Dodge. Beware of Mary the owner!!!!!!!!
By far one of the worst RV parks we have ever been to in the 20 years we have been traveling the country.
Wanted to see Dodge City so this is really the best we saw in area. Lots were level & spaced nicely. Was very quiet since it is just opening for the season. The wireless was good. There is no cable although the info said there was. Thought it was a bit pricey but if you don't have an alternate it works! We are in a 40 ft motorhome. Paid $36.00
After 10 days and 2200 miles on the road, starting off north of Montreal, Canada, it was so nice to finally come across the to a RV park that gave us all we expected, and then some!
Since Dodge City is the birthplace of the American Cowboy legend, as depicted in the TV series, Gunsmoke; it was great to find this gem of a RV park that lived up to it's namesake. As soon as you go through the arched "Gunsmoke" gate, you see the buildings dressed up to look like the American west. Why call the laundry room the 'laundry room' when you could call it the "Duds for Suds"?
You will register with Ruth, the owner whom bless her, runs the whole thing by herself. She knows her RVs and I would suggest that you defer to her sage advice. If something 'ain't' workin', she can probably figure it out faster than most. Give her a smile, a warm hello, and watch a pro at work.
There are two sections for RVs, one at the very entrance overlooking the hill above highway 50, which offers beautiful sunsets, and the back section can fit your monster 5th wheels and deluxe motorhomes easily. All are drive-troughs with full hookups, cable TV and wifi. I thought that it was exceptional to have sewage entries at several places within the site to accommodate the various configurations of RVs so that you are not forced to use extended lengths of drain hoses.
Another great benefit of this campground is the fact that you are minutes away from town, without ever having the feel of a town campground. It's the best of both worlds; go visit the home of Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson, and the rest of the famous men of Dodge City, and then after shopping, dining, or touring the Boot Hill Museum, you are only minutes away from going home to your RV and relaxing. There is a security gate with a keypad entrance that keeps others out after 8pm, so you won't be disturbed by someone trying to maneuver their rig late at night.
Gunsmoke RV campground was a great place to stay and I highly recommend it.
St-Calixte, Quebec, Canada
Nice clean park, it's a gated park. We have a 45' MH got in and out with no problem. Would stay here again.
I stayed here for 3 nights while visiting the Dodge City area. Sites had full hook ups and cable. Sites are level and crushed stone with grass between sites. They have a store, laundry, and pool. Bath house was well maintained and very clean. It was a good place to stay and I would stay there again.