It’s time to hit the road for your 2016 summer vacation! You’ll find blue skies and beautiful drives along the Smokey Valley Scenic Byway and friendly faces throughout Trego County, but when it’s time for your head to hit the pillow be sure you book your stay at the award-winning KOA campgrounds in WaKeeney!
Recipient of the KOA President’s Award & the KOA Founder’s Award each year for five years in a row (2012-2016), the WaKeeney KOA is full of amenities that make camping as easy as a dream. Large pull-thru sites accommodate RVs up to 80’ and grassy tent sites are large and private. The cabins are located near laundry, restroom and shower facilities, and WiFi is accessible throughout the park.
Cool down in the swimming pool after a day of site seeing while watching one of Kansas’s legendary sunsets. For those of you with a sweet tooth, the KOA’s “Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social” in Sophie’s Kitchen provides a dish of the summer favorite every night, and the next morning wake up for their “All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast.” ($2.75)
The WaKeeney KOA hasn’t forgotten the four-legged family members traveling with you! Over the past year, owners Mark, Deb and their Yorkshire Terrier, Sophie, have added an on-site, fenced dog park on a partially shaded patch of grass. There’s plenty of room to run and it’s quickly become a favorite place for our guests’ to play with their pets each evening.
This summer turn your camper toward WaKeeney’s award winning KOA campground for a relaxing stay with all the conveniences of home. Just look for that bright yellow sign over Exit #127 at the crossroads of I-70 and Highway 40 on America’s beautiful Great Plains!