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Bnrc73
11-09-2018, 09:17 AM
Heading for our second year of being a winter Texan. Looking for overnight suggestions for Kansas City, Oklahoma City, and Waco Texas. Looking at KOA's but I want to stay on I-35. Looks like Oklahoma's KOA's are quite a bit east and west of 35.

jeffba
11-10-2018, 04:44 AM
OKC East is a nice one. We have stayed there twice. Far enough a way you do not get road noise.

Cindy and Ray's Grand Tour
11-10-2018, 11:35 AM
We just came down I35 to Texas. Stayed at Kansas City East KOA, Air Capital RV in Wichita, Oklahoma City East KOA and are now at North Texas Yogi Bear in Burleson (just south of Fort Worth on 35W). All were easy in and out with a big rig.
Both KOAs were 13 to 15 miles out of the city but traffic wasn't bad. Both had construction at the freeway entrance/exit but was not an issue.

Air Capital is right off the freeway and in Wichita city. Several restaurants in walking distance. It is a RV parking lot more than a campground.

Yogi Bear is both a campground for bringing kids that has pull throughs and they have an 82 site parking lot for RVs (all back in on concrete with patios).

padredw
11-10-2018, 02:38 PM
My favorite RV campground in Waco is the Airport COE Park on Lake Waco. It is just a bit off I-35, but every bit worth it in my opinion. Of course, I get half price with my "Golden Age Passport" but even at full price I think it is the best place to "camp" in Waco. Yes, it is near the airport but we have never noticed any noise from that source.

Bnrc73
11-11-2018, 11:44 AM
Kind of decided on Capital city KOA in Topeka KS, Abes RV Park in Oklahoma city, and I-35 RV Park in El Mott TX. All right off of 35. Grounds looked good on Google Earth. Abes doesn't have many drive through, but they told me they would try to accommodate us. Thanks for the tips.