After a mad dash across the country from Atlanta Georgia to Wichita Kansas in 2 days, we stopped for a week at USI RV Park.
The campground is right off of K-96 and I-135 in the northeast part of Wichita.
The park is small, with only about 79 campsites, but it is the cleanest park I have seen in 8 years of fulltime RV living. There is some highway noise, but it is far enough away that you won’t notice it inside your RV.
The sites are all level and have gravel in them. There satellite TV and WiFi Internet.
They accept Good Sam and FMCA membership cards for a 10% discount, and you have to show them the card to get the discount.
Here are the RV camping prices before the discount:
- Full hookup sites are $37 per night.
- Deluxe sites (which accommodate rigs over 45 feet long) are $50 per night
The laundry room has 6 washers and dryers, which are also the cleanest I have ever seen. The laundry is air conditioned — which is a huge plus for me.
The store in the office area has a few RV supplies, ice cream, sodas and ice, as well as unique Kansas souvenirs, and some “made in Kansas” items for purchase.
The staff is very helpful and friendly. They can give directions to just about anything you’d want to see or need. Walmart, grocery stores, Green Acres Health Food Store (they have the best selection of gluten free foods I have ever seen in one place) and other shopping places are about 2 miles away.
Here is a map of the USI RV Park in Wichita, KS.
Fun Things To Do Nearby
Downtown Wichita is just minutes away. The Old Cowtown Museum, the Mid-American All-Indian Center, and Exploration Place are all part of Museums on The River, and are on the trolley tour route of downtown.
If you are ever in Wichita, USI RV Park would be a good place to stop for the night, or for a week.
Reservations cannot be made online
2920 E. 33rd St North
Wichita, KS 67219
Toll Free: (800) 782-1531
Phone: (316) 838-8699
E-Mail: [email protected]
My hubby and I have been living in a travel trailer and working at campgrounds and resorts for the past several years. We decide where we want to go, and look for a job there.