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Wichita RV parks are plentiful and there are a variety of resorts and campgrounds around to meet the needs and expectations of all RVers. Check out the Old Cowtown Museum, where history comes to life with actors, horses, and old timey elements demonstrating what life was like in Wichita in the 1800s. The museum is right across the street from the Botanical Gardens, which includes a Japanese garden and a butterfly house. There’s plenty for the kids to enjoy there, too. In Old Town Wichita, be sure to visit the Museum of World Treasures, which covers the entire history of the world in a hands-on and entertaining way. Further from the city center is Osage Park, which is several square blocks of green space with a splash pad and play areas.


There’s lots to do around Wichita as well. Goddard, Kansas is home to the Tanganyika Wildlife Park, where the whole family can get up close and personal with all manner of wild creatures. The park was recently voted the number one best place for family by Wichita Family Magazine. And honestly, any place going up against a private zoo with lemurs and white tigers wouldn’t stand a chance. Or visit Wellington, Kansas, the Wheat Capital of the World, and be the envy of all your friends. The Wellington and south Kansas area is home to several popular RV resorts.


Cheney Reservoir (often called Cheney Lake) and Cheney State Park offer those coming from Wichita a nearby spot for boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, and biking.


Those looking to cut loose from the Wichita area for the weekend should check out some of what the Topeka region has to offer just a couple hours north. Perry Lake camping is popular with the motorboat crowd, and the lake itself is lined with multiple parks and public use areas that run up the Delaware River past Valley Falls.