The Burr Oak Woods
Blue Springs, MO
The Burr Oak Woods is a wonderful place for visitors in Blue Springs, Missouri. The park has received many enthusiastic reviews from recent visitors. The park is especially popular with bird watching enthusiasts from near and far. There is a nature center in the park with an indoor bird viewing area that is listed by the Audubon Society of Missouri on the Conservation Area Bird List. The park includes several demonstration sites with glades, savannas, woodland natural community restorations, and much more. Demonstrations provided show how tree harvesting and thinning improves forest health and wildlife habitat. In addition, visitors have the chance to use interactive, hands-on displays and exhibits. There is a 3,000 gallon aquarium, an indoor wildlife viewing room, and interpretive exhibits on the fish, forests, and aquatic habitats of Missouri. Hikers will enjoy the six hiking trails, and nature lovers will enjoy the scenic limestone outcrops throughout the woods. As people drive through the area, there is a good chance they will view deer, turkeys, and other wildlife in their natural habitats.
Clinton State Park
If you are interested in boating and fishing, head over to the Clinton State Park in Lawrence, Kansas, with your RV. Even if you're not keen on watersports, this is still a great place to go. You get full hookup, WiFi, and cable TV. The bathrooms here are large and clean, and you get picnic tables on your site. The sites are wide so you get plenty of space between you and your neighbours, and there are trees for shade. There is plenty to do on site if you don't want to go out. You get both waterfront and pool access, there is a trail to hike along, which takes you to the lake, and there is a playground for the kids as well as a pet area. If you want to venture further afield, you are just 17 miles from the city of Lawrence, where you can shop until you drop. There are also plenty of restaurants here, from fast food to fine dining. Massachusetts Street is the place to go for great shops and restaurants. If you are a history buff, why not visit the Biodiversity Institute & Natural History Museum.
Nelson Atkins Museum of Art
Kansas City, KS
The museum is known for its neoclassical architecture and extensive Asian, European and American collections, you can see prominent photography from artists such as Andy Warhol or view the Hallmark Collection of photos. There is 6,100 square feet, of Native American art to admire as well. You can also enjoy fresh air and the sculpture park where famous sculptures such as Auguste Rodin?s the Thinker and many more can be viewed.
The National WW I Museum and Memorial
Kansas City, MO
A museum which celebrates peace and liberty, it commemorates the impact the war had on the global community. There is much to absorb here over 100,000 objects and documents, life size trenches, interactive exhibitions, as you enter the museum you will cross the Paul Sunderland Glass Bridge which is suspended over a poppy field, nine thousand poppies, representing 1000 deaths.
Kansas City Automotive Museum
If you are a car buff and you are in the Kansas City area, then a smart choice for you is the Kansas City Automotive Museum. What began as an idea by a group of car enthusiasts soon turned into a reality for the Kansas City car community. Two years of grassroots marketing and four awards later, the Kansas City Automotive Museum received its first major donation from a private donor, making the long awaited museum possible. The idea of an automotive museum in Kansas City makes a lot of sense for car enthusiasts.The Kansas City area is home to major automotive and motorcycle manufacturing, racing and a vibrant collector community. They have a long, storied and proud automotive heritage that needs to be preserved and celebrated. The museum highlights significant Kansas City automotive history such as 1965 Le Mans winner Masten Gregory (the "Kansas City Flash"), the Ford Winchester Plant, and Greenlease Cadillac. In addition, the Kansas City Automotive Museum hosts car club meetings and special events throughout the year.
Kansas City East/Oak Grove KOA
Oak Grove, MO
If you want to explore the heartland of America, come to Kansas City East/Oak Grove KOA. This RV park is situated in Kansas City, Missouri, and there is plenty to do on site, as well as in the surrounding area. To make your visit perfect, the site has full hookups. If you don't feel like venturing from the site, take advantage of the jump pad, the swimming pool, mini golf, horseshoes, volleyball, and basketball. Keep fit while having fun. For something different, visit the Horseshoe Creek Mine on site. Here you can pan for gems, fossils, and arrowheads. Your kids will love it. If you fancy venturing further afield, why not visit the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum, or if cars excite you, go to the Kansas Speedway. If you have kids, they will love the LEGOLAND Discovery Center. All members of the family can enjoy Kansas City Zoo and the Sea Life Aquarium. Kansas City also has great shops and lots of places to eat out.
Worlds of Fun Village
Kansas City, MO
Stay where you play at the amusement park! Have a blast in your RV rental in Kansas City by staying onsite and within sight of the fun rollercoasters. Enjoy the trip of a lifetime to this local favorite park. Your family will have lots of fun in your RV rental from the a local Kansas City Outdoorsy owner within the friendly atmosphere of Worlds of Fun Village!
Kansas City Jellystone Park
Kansas City Jellystone Park is located in delightful Lawrence, Kansas for the convenience of travelers from around the world. The friendly staff welcomes guests to take part in exciting excursions and enjoy the amenities at the park. The park has several camping options including tent and RV accommodations as well as rustic cabins or fully-equipped lodges. Their mission is to provide an environment where families and friends will have a memorable time. Lawrence has fascinating historical roots starting with the New England abolitionists who arrived to make sure that Kansas would be a Free State. The beautiful town burnt during the Quantrill?s massacre in 1861, but the people were resilient and have remained so. The campsites are available with sewer hook-ups as well as water and electric. Most of the sites have 30-amp service while some are available with 50-amp. Wi-Fi is free to all campers at their sites.