Old west themed park, family friendly, biker friendly with full hookup sites and tent sites available.
Directions: I-49 (formerly Hwy 71) Exit 103 turn west to dead end turn south 1/2 mile we are on the right.
Traveling East Directions :
From Hwy 54 from Ft. Scott, Turn left on to Osage Blvd. Continue North, Turn left on Atlantic, then turn immediately right on to North Osage we are on the left after Max Motors. Traveling West Directions :
From Hwy 54 enter I-49 North bound, Exit 103 turn west to dead end turn south 1/2 mile we are on the right.
Rates: RV Sites - Daily Rate 30 AMP Full Hookup $35.00 Weekly Rate $210.00, 50 AMP Full Hookup Daily Rate $38.00 Weekly Rate $228.00. Tent Rate Daily Rate $20.00 Weekly Rate $120.00.
Additional Rate Information - Osage Prairie RV Park offers daily and weekly reservations. Monthly rates are available. Please call the park for more information. Group rates are available. Please call the park for more Information. Rates are based on 2 adults - $2.00 additional person/per day. Children age 5 yrs old & under are free of charge.
Local Interest: Bush Whacker Museum - What is a Bush Whacker? at the Bush Whacker museum you can learn about the civil war from a local point of view. You can also explore the historic jail and jailers house. Exhibits include everything from prehistoric tools and fossils to antique medical instruments and women's wedding finery. You will find Civil War artifacts, antique carriages, old handmade quilts, children's toys, antique sidesaddles, early fire department memorabilia and so much more, Come take a stroll with us through Vernon County's past!
City of Nevada - Take a driving Victorian home tour or shop our historic square that has exceptional specialty stores with the multitude of merchandise and services including kitchen to home interiors, herbs, sparkling jewelry to furniture and dressing the family. Vernon County was designated as part of the Freedom's Frontier Region in 2006 by the United States Congress. The Bushwhacker Museum contains thousands of rare artifacts, beautifully displayed. Exhibits featuring the Osage Indians, the Border War, and life in small town America are prominently featured, but there is so much more....from mastodon bones and antique dolls to silken gowns and bowie knives, learn how your ancestors lived and died in centuries past. Enjoy over 520 acres of city parks, play grounds, skate parks, walking trails and more. Enjoy our Bushwhacker Days in June - Criterium Bike Races in July - lights at the lake at the holiday season.