|Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2015
|$33.00 - $33.00
Fortunate to find open in off season. Limited hours, closed Sunday. All gravel, but level lots. Staff very accommodating. Lots of entertainment available during summer geared for adults. Construction workers here during off season. Over 30-40 miles south and west of Kansas City.
We have stayed here on multiple occasions. Sites are gravel, hookups work, showers good, wifi worked perfectly. 30 miles south of KC but is quiet and friendly. Diesel up at Louisburg at BP on Metcalf road.
The park is nice for a weekend getaway but not the best choice for extended stays unless you have family near or are working in the area. The roads & pads are gravel and level, full hookups are available and include an electrical connection for your cold weather water hose at the water connection. The Wi-Fi is horrible to the point of being useless. Overall a nice quiet place for a night.
Rutlader Outpost is depicted as an Ole West Border Town on the border of Missouri and Kansas. Between the years of 1838 and 1845 a military road was constructed through the Indian Territory to connect Fort Leavenworth, Fort Scott (Kansas) Fort Gibson (Oklahoma). This was done to protect the western border of the United States which was the Missouri Kansas line. The old route has been replaced by Highway 69, and considered the Frontier Military Scenic Byway.