Sycamore Springs Whitetail Ranch RV Park

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3126 Bittersweet Rd., Sabetha, KS, 66534

Located in Sabetha, Kansas, Sycamore Springs Whitetail Ranch RV Park is a family owned campground where we hold the largest wood roller skating rink in the state of Kansas! Nestled on 6 acres with a creek running through and a small pond for fishing, we offer full 30/50 amp service sites along with tent sites for those seeking a more traditional stay. Given our convenient location, take advantage of hiking our trails, enjoy a game of golf, basketball, historic sightseeing, biking, wildlife viewing or just sit back and relax in the shade while watching our whitetail deer with their fawns. Whether its for a short and or long term stay, we hope to see you soon!

Open Dates: May 1 to November 1

Last Updated: 07/31/2021

RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Electric Only $30.00 Choose Your Site
Full Hook-up (30/50 Amp) $50.00 $250.00 $750.00 See More Choose Your Site
Water & Electric (30 Amp) $40.00 $200.00 $600.00 See More Choose Your Site
Tent Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Electric Only $30.00 Choose Your Site
Primitive $25.00 Choose Your Site
Stationary Camper

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Stationary Camper $85.00 Choose Your Site

Alcoholic Beverages

Under no circumstances will minors be allowed to consume alcoholic beverages in the park. Alcoholic beverages are NOT allowed in the buildings or you will be asked to leave. Alcoholic beverages will only be allowed in your camp site. Campers are responsible for their own actions, being drunk in public is a crime in Kansas.

Quiet Time

Quiet time is from 10:30pm to 7:30am.

Personal Responsibility

Campers will at all times be fully responsible for their children, pets and guests on the park.


Protect the children and pets in the park. PLEASE drive with cautions and observe all of the posted speed signs.


All children must be accompanied by an adult (18 years or older) at all times.

Pet Restrictions

PETS: Leash rule is in effect. Pets are a privilege… CLEANING up after them is an owner’s responsibility. NO dogs will be allowed east of the Main Drive so not to startle the deer. No aggressive breeds permitted, to include but not limited to Dobermans, Rottweilers, Pit Bulls, and Mastiffs.

Vehicle Restrictions

No motorized ATVS or Motorcycles for kids, batter powered are allowed.


No firearms including airsoft guns, paintball and BB.

Noise Restrictions

No loud music will be allowed in park.


Neither Sycamore Springs Whitetail Ranch nor any of its employees are responsible for accidents, injuries, or losses from any cause.

Trash Disposal

Trash and Garbage must be tied in plastic bags. Dumpsters are located throughout the park for your convenience. Please keep your site neat and leave it clean for the next campers.

Washing Vehicles

No washing of RV's or any other vehicle at any time.

Fire Restrictions

No Fires except in barbecue grills (charcoal only) if used they should be cleaned before leaving. Wood fires are allowed in designated fire rings only. No fires on gravel or grass!!!

Cutting Trees

Cutting live fire wood or plants destroys the beauty of Sycamore Springs and is NOT permitted. The gathering of downed, deadwood for campfires is permitted. Chain saws are NOT permitted to be used.

20 Amps

30 Amps

50 Amps

Back-in RV Sites


Big Rig Friendly

Community BBQ/Grill

Community Fire Pit

Community Restrooms

Community Water Fountain

Drinking Water

Dump Station

Fire Pit

Fire Ring / Grill

General Store

Gravel Roads

Hike / Bike Campsites

Laundry Facilities

Paved Roads

Pet Friendly

Pets Allowed

Picnic Area

Picnic Table


Pull-Thru RV Sites

RV Hookup

Sewer Hookups


Slide Outs


Trash Service

Water Hookups








Historic Sightseeing


Mini Golf

Scenic Drives




Wildlife Viewing

Family Friendly


Tent Camping

3126 Bittersweet Rd., Sabetha, KS, 66534
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Do not follow your GPS device when coming into our resort. You need to turn east one mile south of the Kansas Nebraska border on 75 hwy or 6 miles north of Sabetha Ks. Watch for our sign on the west side of Hwy 75. This route is all paved roads.

Overall Rating: 4.0

Stephen Selos

Place is a little run down, but that’s what happens when it goes unused for years and a new owner buys it. Would be a great star viewing place if they didn’t have overly bright security lights. Really need to get some softer lighting as remote as it is. Full hookup spots are a bit small and connections are close to the street. Ok place to stay for now, once fixed up it will be good. Not worth 50 a night in current condition.

Dennis and Sandra

Very nice shady campsites. Lovely area, peaceful and quiet. Haven't seen a campground with so many interesting things to see and do. Mini golf, tennis court, huge skating rink. We really enjoyed watching the deer. Had a great time.


The new owners are very friendly and are working hard to create a fun, family friendly environment. The campsites are clean and well maintained. The showers/restrooms and very well taken care of. Our family has kids from 4-13 and all found something there to enjoy and stay entertained. Looking forward to more visits

Bari Stalder

Sycamore Springs was the perfect place to spend a long holiday weekend. Kent was an amazing and gracious host. His personal touch in talking to us as we drove in and greeting us by name, made us feel completely welcome. We were reminded of our experiences camping as children and young parents. The other campers were friendly and respectful of each other. My husband visited Sycamore Springs as a young boy so we thought it would be fun to bring our daughter and her family there. The campsites were beautiful with much shade and a nice area to sit around a fire. We loved the roller rink, putt putt, the hiking trails, and the chance to feed the deer. Reading and looking at pictures of and about the history of the campground and springs was very interesting. We are excited to return in the future to see more of the progress they make in the different parts of the park. Thank you, Kent, for the relaxing weekend.