The RV parks in Seneca, Kansas are among the best campgrounds in the northeast corner of the state. This is a relatively remote and rural country with miles of prairie grasslands and farmland stretching for miles. The area’s history is rich, and best appreciated by visiting the Pony Express Museum or Seneca Historical Society Museum. If you’re looking for things to do around downtown Seneca, KS, make your way over to the Seneca Theatre, Seneca Aquatic Center, or the Spring Creek Golf Course at the northern edge of town. If you’re looking to get out into the wilds of northeastern Kansas, the best place to do so is the Nemaha County State Park only a few miles south of town along Route 63. The park is situated along either side of the South Fork Nemaha River and offers a scenic drive, room to hike, and areas to stop and explore.