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Best Tent Sites Near North Kansas City, MO (8)

    Camper-submitted photo from Woodridge Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Woodridge Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Woodridge Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Woodridge Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Woodridge Park
    Camper-submitted photo from Woodridge Park

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    Woodridge Park

    13 Reviews
    22 Photos
    145 Saves
    Clinton Lake, Kansas

    This recreation area is part of Clinton Lake

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Phone Service
    • Tents
    • Group
    • Trash
    Camper-submitted photo from Agency Conservation Area
    Camper-submitted photo from Agency Conservation Area

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    Agency Conservation Area

    2 Reviews
    2 Photos
    12 Saves
    Agency, Missouri

    The land for this area was donated to the Conservation Department in 1991. The timbered property straddles Rock Creek Road. The north tract of the area offers walk-in access to the Platte River. A graveled parking lot is located south of the county road. Both tracts are prone to flooding.

    On department areas where camping is allowed, camping is limited to a period of 14 consecutive days in any 30-day period. Personal property must be removed at the end of the 14-day period. Unless a special use permit is obtained, total camping days on all department areas are limited to a total of 30 days within one calendar year. Groups of more than 10 people must obtain a special use permit prior to camping. To obtain a special use permit, contact the area manager at the phone number listed for this area in the area details section.

    Quiet hours are in effect in camping areas from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily. Visitors who are not occupying a campsite are required to leave the campground by 10 p.m. On camping areas with established campsites, only two camping or sleeping units are permitted in each site.

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    • Fires
    • Tents
    • Group
    • Alcohol
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    Tent Sites at Milo Farm

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    Buckner, Missouri

    Tent camping at MILO FARM - SACRED LAND- The 50 acres of Milo Farm is a nature retreat with a cedar forest, a hardwood forest, 2 ponds, bohemian lodge, art studio, pool, barn, miles of trails, campsites & other buildings. Great for the spiritually minded with several meditation spots and portals. Check out the Hippie Trailer and Bunkhouse glamping options too!

    With our regular tent campsites you will have your own firepit, grill and picnic table. You'll be assigned either the entire campsite #1 or #2 in the east field of Milo Farm. These are family friendly! Each site is private and near the animal pen! Meet our goats and donkeys! There is an outhouse with compost toilet between the two campsites. Campsite #1 is bigger and can hold up to 6 tents. Campsite #2 is quant for a smaller group 1-2 tents.

    Ask about availability of boat and art cart golf cart rental if interested. Fill water jugs at spigots located at the animal pen or pool pump. Outdoor shower is by the pool pump as well.

    If you like being more secluded and like to primitive camp there are over 20 spots in the 22 acres of our Freedom Field on the west side of the property. You pick your location, pack in and pack out trash. There's a creek, big open sky, sunset watching opportunities and amazing energy in this field. There are no outhouses in Freedom Field. Water jugs can be filled at the lodge.

    Milo Farm is located in the country just 30 minutes from downtown Kansas City & 20 min from the sports stadiums.

    There's a short hike to the campsites, no parking near. So unfortunately camping buses, vans, RVs won't work for these locations.

    Full details will be sent with check-in information email!

    MILO FARM AMENITIES

    • Miles of trails to hike
    • Fresh air and nature to bask in
    • Many spots of interest to discover
    • 8 Fire pits to sing and make s'mores around
    • Events to join
    • Two stocked ponds to fish
    • Farm animals to pet & feed
    • Art cart golf cart you can rent
    • Paddle boat the south pond you can rent
    • Many fields for frisbee, kickball, football or softball game
    • Saltwater pool to splash in
    • Zen Garden meditation spot
    • Art Studio Shop to explore
    • Observatory to sky watch
    • Wildflowers and grasses to enjoy the pollinators in Freedom Field
    • Three creeks to explore
    • Tibetan Prayer Flag tree to contemplate under
    • Oracle card readings upon request
    • Mythical trails to find magic and spot fun trinkets in
    • Art class to join
    • Sculptures to admire
    • Cornhole and volleyball games to play
    • Outdoor cold water campers shower by pool pump
    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Reservable
    • Tents
    • Picnic Table
    • Firewood Available

    $25 - $40 / night

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    Scott Creek Campground

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    28 Saves
    Hillsdale, Kansas

    Scott Creek Campground features 60 campsites all with water and electricity. Sites 21,33 and 60 are 50 amp sites. Reservations can be made 2 days in advance at reserveamerica.com. There are two shelters available for campers to use on a first come first serve basis. Scott Creek has a vault toilet but no shower house. Camp Hosts and self-pay stations are available at each campground.

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    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • Tents

    $10 - $50 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Bonanza Conservation Area
    Camper-submitted photo from Bonanza Conservation Area
    Camper-submitted photo from Bonanza Conservation Area
    Camper-submitted photo from Bonanza Conservation Area

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    Bonanza Conservation Area

    3 Reviews
    4 Photos
    22 Saves
    Cowgill, Missouri

    The Conservation Department created this area in 1968 with the purchase of 1,024 acres from several landowners. Later acquisitions of 924 acres have increased the area's current size. This conservation area was acquired in part through the Pittman-Robertson Wildlife Restoration Act administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Pittman-Robertson funds are generated from a federal excise tax on sporting arms and ammunition. Because of its size and diversity of habitat, Bonanza Conservation Area is managed for a wide range of game and nongame wildlife species. The area's open fields are managed by farming, haying and controlled burning. Other habitat management includes tree, shrub and grass plantings and selective timber harvest. Native grasses have been planted and managed to improve nesting habitat and winter cover. A few streams run through the area; the largest of these are Shoal Creek and Crabapple Creek. Bonanza Conservation Area is a Quail Restoration Landscape. This means additional emphasis is placed upon managing the area for early successional species such as Bobwhite quail.

    Area closed to bicycle use (and horseback riding) during all portions of the firearms deer hunting season and spring turkey hunting seasons.

    On department areas where camping is allowed, camping is limited to a period of 14 consecutive days in any 30-day period. Personal property must be removed at the end of the 14-day period. Unless a special use permit is obtained, total camping days on all department areas are limited to a total of 30 days within one calendar year. Groups of more than 10 people must obtain a special use permit prior to camping. To obtain a special use permit, contact the area manager at the phone number listed for this area in the area details section. Quiet hours are in effect in camping areas from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. daily. Visitors who are not occupying a campsite are required to leave the campground by 10 p.m. On camping areas with established campsites, only two camping or sleeping units are permitted in each site.

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    • Fires
    • Phone Service
    • Tents
    • Group
    • Equestrian
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      Atchison State Fishing Lake

      1 Review
      3 Saves
      Atchison, Kansas
      • Pets
      • Fires
      • Tents
      • Standard (Tent/RV)
      • Dispersed
      • Picnic Table
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        Marysville

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        3 Saves
        Hillsdale, Kansas

        This recreation area is part of Hillsdale Lake

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          Overlook Park

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          4 Saves
          Baldwin City, Kansas

          Overview

          This day-use picnic area, located just north of Clinton Lake in the hills of Kansas, is the perfect spot for a party or family gathering.

          Natural Features:

          Congress authorized Clinton Lake in 1962, and the finished reservoir was filled in 1980. While the Dam and Reservoir were originally built for flood control, the area has now become a recreational oasis for millions of visitors to enjoy the beautiful green Kansas backdrop.

          Clinton Lakes beautiful setting of steep bluffs, wooded shoreline and clear water is unequaled among Kansas lakes. Shoreline development has been limited in an effort to preserve as much of the natural setting as possible.

          Clinton spans 8 miles up the Wakarusa Valley and covers 7,000 surface acres. If the lake ever approaches the top of its flood pool, an additional 5,800 acres will be covered, extending the area to 13 miles along the valley floor.

          Recreation:

          A horseshoe pit, sand volleyball court, softball field and playground are all provided at Overlook Park.

          Clinton Lake offers opportunities for boating, fishing, canoeing, jet skiing, swimming and countless other water sports, making it the main attraction to area.

          The lakes fish and wildlife resources provide sightseers, fishermen, and hunters ample opportunities for their sports, and Clinton Lake is well-stocked with crappie, walleye, channel catfish and white bass.

          Wildlife viewing is also a popular activity, with bald eagles, white-tailed deer, Canada geese, wild turkey and other wildlife in abundance at Clinton Lake.

          Three trail systems are located around Clinton Lake, including the North Shore, South Shore and the George Latham Trails. All offer hiking, biking and equestrian opportunities within a 20 minute drive.

          Facilities:

          Overlook Park has two picnic shelters available for up to 100 guests. Flush toilets and drinking water are available for visitors convenience.

          Nearby Attractions:

          The Visitor Center, located on the northwest side of the dam, just down the road from Overlook Park, has several informative displays covering topics such as the history of the area, reasons for the dam and the wildlife in the area.

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          • Electric Hookups
          • Reservable
          • Tents
          • Group
          • Toilets

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