At The Dyrt, we share camping tips from our community of campers and campgrounds. With so many campers staying home, we continue to share this info so you can plan future camping trips across the U.S.

Heading to Questival in Kansas City, MO and want to camp? We put together this list of popular campsites nearby.

Where to Camp Near Questival Kansas City

Questival Kansas City kicks off in Berkley Riverfront Park. Our campground recommendations start with top campgrounds by camping type, and then list campgrounds from closest to furthest, along with more information below.

Top recommendation for tent campers: Blue Springs County Campground

Blue Springs County campground is close to Berkley Riverfront Park, with plentiful sites for both tent and RV campers. Reservation, distance, and cost details below.





Best backup for tent campers: Longview Campground

Longview Campground is about the same distance as Blue Springs County Campground, and offers similar amenities. Reservation, distance, and cost details below.

Top recommendation for RVers: Blue Springs and Longview 

Both have ample space for RVs with hookups. Reservation, distance, and cost details below.

1. BLUE SPRINGS COUNTY CAMPGROUND, MO

Image from Dyrt user Janelle M.

Distance: 22 miles

Website: Click here

Number of sites: 82 sites, including a variety of hookup options.

Cost: $23-30/site/night, depending on hookups.

Reservations?: Yes, reserve online.

Phone number: (816) 503-4800

2. LONGVIEW CAMPGROUND, MO

Distance: 22 miles

Website: Click here

Number of sites: 113 sites, including a variety of hookup options.

Cost: $20-30/site/night, depending on hookups.

Reservations?: Yes, reserve online.

Phone number: (816) 503-4805

3. JACOMO CAMPGROUND, MO

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Distance: 22.8 miles

Website: Click here

Rating: “The staff of this park were just as fun as our stay! Just a walk away from a beautiful lake and your stay here is a perfect get away from the city lights!” Read reviews here.

Number of sites: 57 sites, including a variety of hookups.

Cost: $20-30/site/night, depending on hookups.

Reservations?: Yes, reserve online

Phone number: (816) 503-4805

4. CROW’S CREEK, MO

Distance: 25.9 miles

Website: Click here

Rating: 3-star. “The campsites are very spacious and there are even places with covered picnic tables.” Read reviews here.

Number of sites: 415 standard sites for both tents and RVs.

Cost: Standard sites: $20-50/site/night, depending on hookups.

Reservations?: Yes, reserve online. Some sites available  on a first come, first served basis.

Phone number: (816) 407-3400

5. SMITH FORK CAMPGROUND, MO

Distance: 23.8 miles

Website: Click here

Number of sites: 83 standard sites, accessible to both RV’s and tent campers.

Cost: Standard sites: $30/site/night.

Reservations?: Yes, reserve online or by phone.

Phone number: (816) 532-1028

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    Ryan Fliss

    Ryan leads Growth at The Dyrt. With over 10 years writing and digital community building experience, and even more experience in the outdoors, he is excited about The Dyrt's early trajectory. Ryan, like most people, is an onion (figuratively speaking), and finds byline bios reductive, though useful. He is writing this himself in the third person, and—to him—it feels strange.