Homewood RV Park
2161 Idaho Rd
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 33
Number of Full Hookup Sites: 25
Tents Allowed: Yes
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Homewood RV Park is a "mom and pop" owned and operated business located in Franklin County, midway between Ottawa and Williamsburg, Kansas. Although small in size, our guests enjoy being able to relax in the country where it is quiet and peaceful. Our secluded location provides a great place to stop and rest without the hustle and bustle of city life or the larger, more crowded RV parks. Birdwatchers appreciate our natural surroundings and frequent visits from our feathered friends which include cardinals, bluebirds, doves, quails, woodpeckers and more. We love the scenic view of the surrounding rolling hillside and hope you will too!
Our park has 25 full hook-up sites with 30 & 50 amp service. Both back-in and pull-thru sites are available. We are one of the few campgrounds that still allow primitive tent camping! Amenities include free wireless internet, coin operated washer and dryer, sink and microwave for use inside the office, books to borrow, ice for sale, lounge area, clean restrooms with showers, and a picnic area. Open fires on the ground are not allowed at your site, but you may bring an enclosed and elevated fire pit of your own or use the group fire pit area. We are family and pet friendly, but please read our rules and regulations for any restrictions.
30 & 50 Amp service
Back-in and pull-thru sites
Coin operated washer and dryer
Books to borrow
Ice for sale
Group fire pit area
Homewood RV Park and Campground is located approximately 62 miles southwest of Kansas City, KS. We are midway between Ottawa and Williamsburg, in Franklin County, Kansas. Franklin County is in east central Kansas. It is bordered by Douglas County to the north, Miami County to the east, Anderson County to the south, Coffey County to the southwest, and Osage County to the west. To reach us from Interstate 35, take exit #176 and go one block north.
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