Just 3/4 of a mile from I-70; we are a quiet oasis of trees, flowers and grass in Western Kansas!
This award-winning KOA is an oasis of green lawns and mature shade trees less than a mile from I-70. It's a great place to refresh and regroup! After a long day on the road, take a dip in the pool or just enjoy the abundant flowers. You'll find 30/50-amp, full-hookup Pull-Thru RV Sites, Back-In RV Sites, basic water and electric sites and Tent Sites. Or try a Cabin with A/C for hot summer days! Free Wi-Fi is offered throughout the park. And you can now rent an RV for your trip and have it delivered to the Goodland KOA based on our partnership with RVshare. Click here to see a list of local RVs that can be delivered right to the campground!
Goodland's High Plains Museum contains a replica of America's first patented helicopter, built by two local men in 1909. Near the city park, a giant 32-foot-high replica of Vincent van Gogh's famous sunflower painting rises on an 80-foot easel, a tribute to Kansas' status as the Sunflower State. Less than an hour north of Goodland, hike and mountain bike on quiet country roads dotted with yucca and prairie flowers throughout the rugged Arikaree Breaks, a cluster of badlands along the Arikaree River. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 95 feet.