RV Park Discounts

  • 10% OFF

    Valid Till: Never Expires

    Category : RV Parks

    Use Code : GUNSMOKE10

    We are OPEN and accepting reservations!!!!! Gunsmoke RV Park is now offering RVillagers a 10% percent discount! Just mention the promotional code: GUNSMOKE10 when calling to book your stay with us at: 620-227-8247
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  • Tom&Lori
    Tom&Lori wrote a new blog entry:November 7, 2020
  • Tom&Lori
    Tom&Lori wrote a new blog entry:September 16, 2020
  • RV BUG STOP
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    The self-closing design on the R.V Bug Stop keeps the slider on the R.Vs screen door closed. Installation is simple and requires no tools. just pull off the film from the tape and attach it to the horizontal rail under the slider. no more yelling at someone for leaving the slider open. with no bugs coming in you can sit back and relax thanks to the R. V. Bug Stop.

  • MovingonWithMargo
    MovingonWithMargo wrote a new blog entry:August 23, 2020
  • Catgoss
    Catgoss wrote a new blog entry:August 2, 2020
    • pokeysRVadventures and 2 others like this.
    • Catgoss
      pokeysRVadventures August 2, 2020 Reading your blog traveling 100 miles at a time until you get to the destination isn't bad. Not getting worn out driving longer distances taking your time is a good thing.
  • Marc & Leslie (Road Notes)
    • EXPLOREAZ and 4 others like this.
    • Marc & Leslie (Road Notes)
      BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) August 1, 2020 I just saw that on a video, just this week. We love sprouts but hard to find
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      • Marc & Leslie (Road Notes)
        Marc & Leslie (Road Notes) August 1, 2020 So easy to make on your own and much cheaper. Order a bag of sprouting seeds from amazon. We have them in our store on our website at roadnotesrv.com if interest.
    • Marc & Leslie (Road Notes)
      Louisa Walker August 1, 2020 Looks yummy! Thanks for sharing 💚🌱
    • Marc & Leslie (Road Notes)
      BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) August 1, 2020 The one I saw wasn’t in a jar. If I can find it will share
    • Marc & Leslie (Road Notes)
      Otto's World August 8, 2020 I use netting and a rubber band for the lid.
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  • Tom&Lori
    Tom&Lori wrote a new blog entry:July 22, 2020
  • Mark Lopiccola
    Mark Lopiccola wrote a new blog entry:July 3, 2020
  • Earn while you travel! Live on your terms, on your schedule, not your bosses!
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    What if you owned a business that does 90% of the work, ran 24/7 in the background and provided all the training & support needed to achieve your own version of freedom? Stop shrinking your dreams to fit your income! Moving fully online is the best thing we’ve ever done, the only regret is that we didn’t do it sooner! NO TECH SKILLS required! It’s a proven system that works!

  • Catgoss
    Catgoss wrote a new blog entry:June 20, 2020
  • Humdrum Hermits
    Humdrum Hermits wrote a new blog entry:February 16, 2020
    • Becca Ray and 2 others like this.
    • Humdrum Hermits
      MTnesters March 9, 2020 For less than 30 bucks you can get a crank handle for your fan with a long hook to open it. It's not as nice as the Maxair, but it works and hubby changed it out in less than 5 minutes.
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      • Humdrum Hermits
        Humdrum Hermits March 9, 2020 Ours isn't a fan at all, just a vent, so we needed to add a fan anyway. But I appreciate the suggestion!
    • Humdrum Hermits
      DownTheRoadAgain March 10, 2020 Sounds like a great segway into the fulltime RV life. Many adventures to come and all your upgrades sound like you are well on your way. Happy Travels. Can't wait to get started so I acn retire and hit the road.
      Cheers
      Bob
  • Tworootless
    Tworootless wrote a new blog entry:August 19, 2019
    • Steve and Leah and 2 others like this.
    • Tworootless
      Steve and Leah August 22, 2019 We did almost the same and we lived in Grass valley for 20 years and now in our motorhome