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Perfect stop for RV travelers on I-70 between Kansas City and Denver at exit 54 across the street from WALMART. The park features 7.8 acres with 45 spacious pull-through sites and room to expand. Several sites were recently upgraded with new wiring and metered pedestals. The park is very level with ground asphalt and long pull-through sites for big rigs. Amenities include restrooms, laundry, strong Wi-Fi and security cameras throughout the park.
The property includes an old depot with a full basement and storm shelter that has been updated to house four office spaces (three are rented monthly for additional income). A separate building (school house) and leased land for cabins also provides income.
Local attractions include Colby Aquatic Park with playground (2 blocks from park), Prairie Museum of Art and History (next to park), Monument Rock, Little Jerusalem Badlands State Park, Ft. Wallace Museum and Cemetery and many historical sites. Two large truck stops and many restaurants are available for travelers in Colby.
This RV Park is in a great Interstate location, across the street from WALMART with room to expand. The north and back rows are full with long-term renters and the front rows accommodate overnight renters, which are full most nights during the summer and fall.
What is there to do in Colby, Kansas and surrounding area?
There are several things to do in Colby, Kansas, and the surrounding area. Some of the popular activities include visiting the Prairie Museum of Art and History for exploring the local history, hiking and wildlife viewing at the nearby Prairie Dog State Park or Monument Rocks National Natural Landmark, enjoying a round of golf at Colby Country Club, shopping and dining in the downtown area, attending a live performance at the Thomas County Courthouse, exploring the Fick Fossil and History Museum to see rare fossils and local artifacts, and attending events at the Thomas County Fairgrounds. Other nearby attractions include the High Plains Museum in Goodland and The Little Jerusalem Badlands State Park.