Kansas RV Parks and Travel {aka} KAN RVT
Gunsmoke RV Park!

-- Open March 1st, through Oct.31st --
-- Nice Clean Park offering Family Activities --
-- Located in Boot Hill Country, secluded by trees --

At the intersection of Highway 50 and Business Highway 50, you'll find Gunsmoke RV Park. Your Quality Campground in Southwest Kansas is 3 miles from Boot Hill. Gunsmoke RV Park is a full service facility with level 70' long pull through sites - 30/50 amp service, WI-FI available. Pets are welcome!


 Park Address:
Gunsmoke RV Park
11070 108 Road
Dodge City, KS 67801

 Contact Information:
Phone: (620)227-8247
Reservations: (800)789-8247
Website URL: gunsmokervpark.com

From Boot Hill in downtown Dodge City, 3 miles West on Bus. 50 & 400 (Wyatt Earp Blvd.), entrance on North.

Modem Friendly, Laundry Facility, WI-FI, Cable TV on sites, 20/30/50 amp electric, 41 sites are up front, 48 sites are out back, 89 sites / full-hookups, 58 Pull-Thru's 80' long, 31 back in or pull into, Nice Restrooms and Showers, Meadowlark Ice Cream Parlor on site.

85 sites (some 50 amp), pull-thrus, cable TV, immaculate restrooms & showers, laundry, groceries, ice cream parlor, game room, tenting, cabin, swimming pool, playground, modem hookup in office, FAX, reservations for Long Branch Show at Boot Hill made in office, Visa, MC, Discover, accepted.

 Area Attractions:
-- Next to new casino & events center. Free shuttle.
-- Fort Dodge, Home of Stone, Cemetery / Museum, Wax Museum & Teacher's Hall of Fame.

:: About Dodge City:
Dodge City, 150 miles west of Wichita, is perhaps the most famous of all America's cowtowns and is a popular tourist destination. One of the most notorious places on the Wild West frontier, Dodge City can be different if you come here still expecting a rip-roaring frontier town.

In its heyday, which lasted only 12 years, from 1872 when the railroad arrived until 1884, when the cattle drives were banned, Dodge City was without a doubt the capital of the Wild West. 100 million bison hides and 7 million head of cattle shipped out in that period alone. During that era, Dodge City was known as "Hell on the Plains," famous for its gunfights and general lawlessness. Today the Boot Hill Cemetery, where the bad guys were buried with their boots on and the authentic replica of Front Street with the Long Branch Saloon are places to see while in town. You will enjoy your visit to the "Cowboy Capitol of the world."