The City of Ellis manages this campground situated along the southern banks of Big Creek. The campground features 17 sites with water and electric hookups for $20 or less per night. More information is available here: http://www.ellis.ks.us/camp.htm
Truck stops and travel centers are great places to refuel the vehicle, take a bathroom break, and fill up on eats and treats. Below is a map that shows the location of popular truck stops and travel centers across America.
Select the map below to locate rest areas and welcome centers along Interstate highways in the United States. The map helps when you’re searching for rest areas near you while traveling.
RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury provides a rundown of the most popular type of places where RV enthusiasts can spend a night or more for free.
Bob Scott Campground is a small campground along US-50 in central Nevada. The campground lies within Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest and has nine sites suitable for RVs up to 35-feet and tents. It has a restroom with flush toilets and potable water. The campground is open seasonally.