Enjoy All the Excitement and History that Wichita Has to Offer

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June 12, 2019

Keeper of the Plains sculpture with bridge

USI RV Park offers easy access to the largest city in Kansas. The park is a wonderful, convenient stopover for those traveling through the great Midwest. More than that, it’s an amazing vacation stop. Twenty quiet acres near a vibrant modern city are offered at this year-round, pet-friendly campground.


All of the sites are level gravel and offer full hookups with long pull-thru’s on shady sites with picnic tables. The grounds have a manager on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The facilities are clean and well maintained, and a 24-hour laundry facility is available. Additionally, there are clean restrooms and showers, all of which are air-conditioned. Convenient amenities include reliable WiFi and DirecTV and Dish Network satellites. There is also cable TV and radio signal.

Aerial view of lush greens and trailers

Bring your whole family to enjoy the clean and open park / Photo: USI RV Park

There is a large recreation room with full kitchen for your group events, and a large storage area for convenience while your travel. The onsite convenience store carries RV supplies, ice, snacks, ice cream, propane sales and many unique gifts from the Kansas area. There is a fully staffed RV wash and onsite RV service.

Family Friendly Convenience

USI RV Park is truly family oriented. Along with beautiful, shaded walking areas, there is a colorful playground and dog park for your four-legged family members. We are a proud smoke-free facility as well.

For your convenience, the campground is just minutes from the varied attractions, dining, entertainment and shopping offered in the Wichita area. Whatever you desire, you’ll find it nearby. If you want to take your time exploring, extend your stay at USI RV Park and receive a discount for weekly or monthly rates.

Wichita, Kansas

Wichita is a modern, booming city where the spirit of the old west lives on. To get a fill of early pioneer days, visit the recreated village at the Old Cowtown Museum, featuring a replicated gunfight. For nature and wildlife lovers, check out Botanica’s Gardens or head over to the Sedgewick County Zoo, home to over 350 species of animals.

Native American History

The Keeper of the Plains, a huge Native American sculpture, stands at the convergence of the Big and Little Arkansas Rivers. Fire drums on the boulders at the foot of the sculpture dramatically light up the night. It is the focal point of a restoration and river beautification project, featuring information on the Plains Indians. The Indian Center Museum features works by Plains Indian artists. Explore the plaza that surrounds the Keeper sculpture.

Keeper of the Plains sculpture in Wichita, KS

The Keeper of the Plains sculpture at sunrise / Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Wichita Stays Up When the Sun Goes Down!

Oldtown is, by far, the most diverse area of Wichita’s night-life and has been recently revitalized. There are dozens of unique places to taste wine, eat, or shop and there is a wide diversity of bars. Additionally, relax at a movie theatre or explore art galleries and a museum. This area is perfect for a night of adulting.

There are many other attractions, too numerous to mention, which will ensure that your stay at USI RV Park will be remembered as a great vacation stay!