Burlington – Kelley Park

Burlington – Kelley Park

28 Sites along Rock Creek and Neosho River

  • #1-20 have Electric (20 and 30 Amps); No Water
  • #21-38 have Electric (20, 30, and 50 Amps); No Water

10 Sites just inside stone pillar entrance

  • #39-48 have Water and Electric (20, 30, and 50 Amps)

Restrooms with shower available for ALL campsites in Kelley Park

Sewage Dump Station: north of Kelley Park main entrance

Kelley Park, located on 46 acres along the Neosho River, is on South 3rd Street only a few blocks south of the City Dam and is a popular park for Burlington and Coffey County activities of all kinds. Kelley Hall offers a quaint location to hold family reunions, birthday parties, and meetings. Both Kelley Hall and the 4-H Building are complete with kitchen facilities for dinners and banquets. Sporting events are held in the rustic covered Kelley Park Stadium. Rodeos are held in the rodeo Arena. Kelley Park is the site for the oldest consecutively held annual fair in the State of Kansas. Restrooms with showers are located close to the playground area in front of Kelley Hall. Several shelter houses are equipped with barbecue grills and picnic tables. RV parking, complete with water and electrical hookups, is also available at Kelley Park.

3rd & Allegheny
Burlington, KS 66839 

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