Dodge City KOA Local Attractions

Local Area Attractions Near Dodge City KOA

Looking to Visit and stay in Dodge City, but not sure what to do? We’ve got a fantastic list of many of the great places to visit and things to do while you’re in Dodge. Part of the Dodge community and want to see your business or property listed here? Contact Us today and let us know!

Cattle & Feedlot Overlook
Cattle & Feedlot Overlook

Scenic Overlook with story board explaining the history and importance of the cattle industry to Dodge City and Southwest Kansas.

United Wireless Arena
United Wireless Arena

Dodge City's state-of-the-art multipurpose facility built for the community.The Arena hosts concerts, sporting events, family shows, motorsports, trade shows, rodeos, equestrian events and community events. There's something for everyone in the event lineup.

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Depot Theater Company
Depot Theater Company

The Depot Theater Company, nestled in the heart of beautiful Dodge City, Kansas at the Santa Fe Depot. For close to three decades, the Depot Theater Company has been the crown jewel in Southwest Kansas' thriving theatre scene. Offering a state-of-the-art dinner theater, cutting-edge “Side Track” productions, cabarets, a student training division and much more, ‘The Company' is our very own Broadway on the Prairie. Main stage productions are in October, December, February, and April. See their Facebook page for up-to-the-minute information and photos!

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Long Branch Lagoon
Long Branch Lagoon

Located right next door to Fort Dodge RV Resort – Long Branch Lagoon, the new western themed water park opens May 28, 2016.  Over 27,000 square feet of surface area full of fun and exciting family aquatic adventure await.  Float along Cowboy Creek, the 720 foot lazy river, relax and feel the waves at Wrangler Rapids wave pool.  Rip down Dalton's Plunge, the boomerang slide that will take your breath away and enjoy sprays, water cannons, dumping buckets and more at Fort Splash, the shallow water pool and play structure.  And there's a lot more, a climbing wall, drop slides, diving towers, Olympic sized lap pool, water basketball and the list goes on.

111 4th Ave

Dodge City, KS 67801

620-225-8156

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Wright Park Zoo
Wright Park Zoo

Dodge City's history with zoo animals dates back to 1926 when the city acquired two African lions to go with two North American black bears and raccoons that were already on display in Wright Park.  The animal's enclosures were scattered about the park until the mid 1980's when the zoo took its current form, occupying approximately four acres in the southwest portion of the park.  The zoo currently is home to about 126 animals representing 30 or so species from most every continent of the earth and entertains 60,000 visitors a year.  In October of 2010, the zoo gained accreditation with the Zoological Association of America (ZAA).

Local Area Recreation Near Dodge City KOA

Guymon Petro Restaurant

Guymon Petro Restaurant

Guymon Petro puts a modern twist on one of Dodge City's historic brick treasures.  Located across Wyatt Earp Blvd from the Boot Hill museum, the Guymon Petro Bar & Grill will be open for lunch and dinner and features a menu with eclectic choices such as fried pickles, burgers, quail, steaks, seafood, and pasta all prepared before your eyes in our open kitchen. Guymon is adjacent to the Fort Dodge RV Resort & Campground.

301 4th Ave

Dodge City, KS 67801

678-371-7500

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Dodge City Trail of Fame

Dodge City Trail of Fame

The Dodge City Trail of Fame, Inc. is a walking tour of the Old Dodge City historic district. The trail is marked with sidewalk medallions and statuary to commemorate the many famous and infamous denizens of historic Dodge City. Additionally, many medallions are dedicated to notable movie and television stars that have portrayed famous Dodge Citizens.

Dodge City, KS

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Long Branch Lagoon

Long Branch Lagoon

Located right next door to Fort Dodge RV Resort – Long Branch Lagoon, the new western themed water park, opened May 28, 2016. Over 27,000 square feet of surface area full of fun and exciting family aquatic adventures. Float along Cowboy Creek, the 720 foot lazy river, relax and feel the waves at Wrangler Rapids wave pool, rip down Dalton's Plunge, the boomerang slide that will take your breath away. Enjoy sprays, water cannons, dumping buckets and more at Fort Splash, the shallow water pool and play structure. And there's a lot more - a climbing wall, drop slides, diving towers, Olympic sized lap pool, water basketball and the list goes on.

Dodge City, KS

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Boot Hill Museum

Boot Hill Museum

You will be transported back to the dusty streets of the 1870's and 1880's on Front Street at Boot Hill Museum. Any season of the year, a visit to the Old West will transport you to an exciting and interesting era. Boot Hill Museum is a historical museum that provides your family with an exciting and interactive experience. Historical exhibits illustrate the life and times of early Dodge City and its unique characters and thriving economy. Stroll down the boardwalk and peer through the windows into a time gone by. Plant your feet atop the original Boot Hill Cemetery located in the heart of modern day Dodge City.

Dodge City, KS

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Wright Park Zoo

Wright Park Zoo

Dodge City's history with zoo animals dates back to 1926 when the city acquired two African lions to go with two North American black bears and raccoons that were already on display in Wright Park.  The animal's enclosures were scattered about the park until the mid 1980's when the zoo took its current form, occupying approximately four acres in the southwest portion of the park.  The zoo currently is home to about 126 animals representing 30 or so species from most every continent of the earth and entertains 60,000 visitors a year.  In October of 2010, the zoo gained accreditation with the Zoological Association of America (ZAA).

Dodge City, KS 67801