Kansas May 06, 2019
9 Campgrounds In Kansas Perfect For Those Who Hate Camping
It’s finally warm enough for camping season to be in full swing, and we can’t wait to head to our favorite state parks. Some of us would love to go camping, but the thought of sleeping in bags or tents that might let in bugs is just too much to bear. For those of us who hate sleeping in the outdoors but would love to spend a week at the lake anyways, these sleeping arrangements are the perfect spots for us.
1. Clinton State Park
Staying in one of these cabins is a great way to keep your bed off the ground and also enjoy camping without worrying about Kansas winds blowing away your tent.
2. Crawford State Park
The more cabins the merrier, right? Crawford State Park, a beautiful spot for camping and other warm-weather activities, like fishing and hiking.
3. Eisenhower State Park
Similar to cabins, these yurts are a more primitive, yet super comfortable way to enjoy your stay here. They come with camping mattresses as well as sturdy walls, though they aren't as modern as deluxe cabins with microwaves and such, they still do the trick for a camping trip.
4. El Dorado State Park
At El Dorado State Park, you'll find comfortable cabins in two sizes, small sleepers and larger, deluxe cabins. They're year round, perfect for any camping trip, and ready to rent.
5. Tuttle Creek State Park
Tuttle Creek, another beautiful state park in our neck of the woods, offers 11 different cabins for you to enjoy during your next visit. Maybe it's time for a fishing expedition?
6. Milford Lake
Milford Lake has a great spread of cabins, but sometimes gets busy near the summer holidays, so make sure to book in advance. Thankfully, they've got multiple sizes of cabins, so you can pick one based on how many people you're sharing it with.
7. Cheney State Park
Thankfully, parks like Cheney with plenty of family activities also offer multiple cabins for your next weekend outdoors. Much like the other cabins built across the state, these are just as comfortable and full of things you'll need to keep your stay out of the stone age.
8. Wilson State Park
Stay in a cabin just like a miniature home of your own, and enjoy your space away from the bugs and possible rain. Plus, you'll need plenty of extra energy to explore all of those rock formations and spend the day by the water.
9. Kanopolis State Park
Kanopolis is a beautiful state park with plenty of those rocky outcroppings and caves we love to explore. They offer six deluxe cabins for year-round camping that will make sure you're clean and comfortable every night you spend here.
Of course, there’s a great park that we’d camp at no matter the circumstances, cabin or not.
Check it out sometime, it’s absolutely stunning.