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Kansas City – Lawrence, KS

1473 Hwy 40
Lawrence, KS 66044

GPS: Lat: 39.000568 – Lng: -95.226639

Dates Open: Year Round

Direct Phone: (785) 842-3877
Direct Toll-Free: (888) 703-3281

Email: camp@kcjellystone.com

Website: http://www.kansascityjellystone.com

 

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About

This Kansas campground is close to Kansas City attractions but in a quiet and relaxing setting.

The campground features long pull-thrus, cable sites, new luxury and premium sites, wireless Internet and a pavilion for groups and reunions. Enjoy large open tent sites in an area with mature trees and plenty of green grass. Or sleep indoors with air-conditioning in a cozy Lodge, Cottage or Rustic Cabin.

Explore Lawrence, the City of the Arts, with its memorable Civil War background. Take in the area’s many historic sites, museums and the University of Kansas.

Campground Awards

Office Hours

Excellence Award

Pinnacle Club

Woodalls 5w/5w

In Season: 8am-9pm Daily; Off Season: Mon-Fri 9am-11am & 4pm-6pm, Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 12pm-6pm

Map

Take Exit 204 off I-70, go 0.5 mile north on 59
then one-eighth mile east on 24/40.

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Sites & Rentals

  • 2 Luxury Sites
  • 3 Premium Sites
  • 3 Two-room Lodges
  • 3 Modern Cottages
  • 5 Cabins
  • 9 W/E Sites With 50/30 amp
  • 20 Full Hook Up Sites With cable
  • 20 Primitive Sites
  • 61 Full Hook Up W/E/S Sites With 50/30 amp

Water Fun

  • Outdoor Pool

Play

  • Basketball Court
  • Activity Center
  • Birthday Room
  • Fire Truck Rides
  • Jumping Pillow
  • Pavilion
  • Playground
  • Volleyball
  • Wagon Rides

Convenience

  • Comfort Station
  • Meeting Room
  • Laundry Room

Nearby (within 30 Minutes)

  • Boating
  • Canoeing

Calendar of Events

May

May 09 – 11

All About Mom Mother’s Day Weekend/Flower Power

May 16 – 18

Leave No Trace

May 23 – 26

Memorial Weekend/Hawaii Week

June

June 02 – 08

Western Hoedown

June 09 – 15

Father’s Day Weekend/Super Hero Week

June 16 – 22

Pirates of Jellystone Parkā„¢ Island

June 23 – 28

Death By Chocolate

July

July 01 – 07

Yogi Bear’s 4th of July Wet and Wild Water War Party

July 08 – 13

Yogi’s All Star Baseball Week/Family Sports

July 14 – 20

Christmas in July

July 21 – 27

Wacky Week

July 28 – August 03

Yogi’s Rocket Space Race/Moon Magic Hour

August

August 04 – 10

Yogi Bear’s Underwater Adventures

August 15 – 17

Hollywood Week

August 22 – 23

Retro Weekend 60’s/70’s

August 29 – September 01

Labor Day Weekend/Mardi Gras Madness

September

September 05 – 07

Grandparents Appreciation Weekend/Game Day

September 12 – 14

Fantastically Fun Foods Weekend

September 19 – 21

Awesome Autumn Weekend

September 26 – 28

Sweet Delights Weekend

 

*Events are subject to change. Please contact the park directly for event details.*

  • Tent sites $25-29
  • Tent with 20 amp $26-32
  • RV sites $30-46
  • Cabins $58-62
  • Cottages $78-92
  • Lodges $123-144
  • Call or visit our website for rates during Sprint Races May 9-10 & October 3-5
  • All prices for 2 people
  • Extra person age 4 & up $5/person/night
  • Prices are pre-tax and subject to change without notice

Discounts: Military 10% & Good Sam

Age Restrictions: Must be 21 to make a reservation.

Pet Policy: Pets allowed but must be leashed. No pets in lodges or cottages.

  • Kansas University Natural History Museum

    The museum maintains research inventories of seven million plant and animal specimens, as well as fossil exhibits, with extinct mammals, dinosaurs, reptiles, and fishes. The museum is the leading university natural history museum in the nation in biodiversity research ? discovering, documenting, and disseminating knowledge of life on earth, past and present.

    http://www.nhm.ku.edu/

  • Kansas Speedway

    Hosts races from April to October including NASCAR.

    http://www.kansasspeedway.com

  • Amelia Earhart Museum

    The Amelia Earhart Museum was both Amelia’s birthplace and early childhood home and was built by her grandfather, Judge Alfred G. Otis in the early 1860s. Now owned by the Ninety-Nines, the birthplace has been returned to its turn-of-the-century condition, and features an abundance of personal and family memorabilia.

    http://www.ameliaearhartmuseum.org/?(none)

  • Booth Family Hall Of Athletes

    The Booth Family Hall of Athletics is a 26,000-square-foot museum adjacent to the east side of Allen Fieldhouse. This facility opened in January 2006 and is open year-round, allowing Jayhawk fans everywhere to experience the history and tradition of Kansas Athletics. The Hall honors KU’s historic athletics programs, its coaches and student-athletes, past and present.

    http://www.kuathletics.com/facilities/kan-booth-hall.html

  • Midland Railway

    The Midland Railway operates excursion trains on a line originally constructed in 1867. Train rides feature an over-20-mile round trip from Baldwin City via "Norwood, Kansas" to Ottawa Junction, Kansas, traveling through scenic Eastern Kansas farmland and woods via vintage railway equipment. The Midland Railway is a completely volunteer-staffed, non-profit, common carrier railroad operated to preserve and display transportation history as an educational demonstration railroad.

    http://www.midland-ry.org/




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