321 Maple St, Ashland, Kansas, 67831
This well-maintained, fully operational Campground and RV park sits on a spacious lot and features 10 electrical hook ups. What a rare opportunity to own a viable business right off the highway and only a few short miles from Clark County Fishing Lake.
April 2020 Update: Business is still great out in Southwestern Kansas with this campground booked until the end of August and the motel nearby is currently booked solid, 7 days a week for the next three months!
This campground is very close to the Gazette newspaper building, Red Hills Grill and Red Hills Motel that are also being offered for sale. You may click on the highlighted text to view information and pictures about those neighboring properties as well.
Ashland is very popular for farmers, ranchers, retirees, hunters, outdoors enthusiasts and others that are looking for a safe place to live in the Southwest. Enjoy the freedom and independence with an income producing opportunity in a very friendly, safe community. Ashland is home to USD-220 School District -Home of the Bluebirds
There is much to see and do in the Gyp Hills area of Kansas. Bring your camera to capture the beauty of this remarkable area of the Sunflower State.
Many come to the area to enjoy nature by visiting the Big Basin Prairie Preserve, or Clark State Fishing Lake while others enjoy the history of the area in establishments such as the Hardesty House Hotel - Restaurant and many other attractions.
Golfers may want to try the 9-hole 'Ashland' course at the Ashland Country Club facility in Ashland, Kansas. It features 3,185 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36. The course rating is 70.2 and it has a slope rating of 121. The Ashland golf course opened in 1980.
Ashland is a small town of about 870 people, but with lots of warmth and charm. Ashland is the largest city in and the county seat of Clark County, Kansas. The community lies along what was once a military road from Fort Dodge to the north and Fort Supply to the south. As quoted on the City of Ashland website: 'Whether you are just passing through or looking for a place to call home you will find it in Ashland. The community offers a sense of family, a commitment to service and a slower lifestyle in one of the most beautiful settings in Kansas. Travel the Red Hills, stop in and visit with the local merchants on our historic Main Street and chat with the locals. If hunting or fishing more to your liking. Ashland has both with a large population of deer and Clark State Lake. Take some time and allow us to show you a lifestyle worth sharing.' Being able to come to town and grab breakfast or lunch and then return to very homey place to rest and relax is what a vacation retreat is supposed to be!
Come to Ashland and see what rural America is really like! It will be like stepping back in history to a better time and place! Take some time to watch a glorious sunset or drive north through the beautiful Red Hills to the 1,200 acre Clark County State Fishing Lake and Wildlife Area for some fishing, hunting, hiking or shooting photographs. Many come to hunt the 12,000 acres of Kansas Walk-In Hunting areas nearby. Get ready to enjoy small town life at its best with this property. Come to Ashland to make new friends or renew old acquaintances.
According to the Kansas Regional Center, some of the most important factors in choosing a place to live is lifestyle, safety and ease of finding jobs.
“You're looking for a place with a low cost of living, nationally ranked schools and picture-perfect communities. But you also want a place with world-class dining, great nightlife and wide-open spaces for outdoor adventure. It isn’t always easy to find that combination. But that’s exactly what you get in Kansas.
In Kansas, we don’t just live life. We live life to the fullest. We’re big on business and economic development, but we know how to relax and have a good time, too. We’re balancing work and play, progress and history, urban and rural to create a quality of life you can’t find anywhere else. And that’s what makes this place so special.
The cost of living in Kansas is nearly 8.7 percent below the national average, making our state among the most affordable in the nation. From food and gasoline to property taxes and car insurance, most of what you need costs less here. Housing costs are especially low, with the median value of owner-occupied homes nearly 35 percent below the national average. In fact, Kansas is ranked among the most affordable places in the country for buying a home. The bottom line is this - your dollar goes further here.”
As Native Kansans, we couldn’t agree more. Come see why the Sunflower State should be your home too.
· 52 miles to the southeast of Dodge City, Kansas
· 66 miles to the north of Woodward, Oklahoma
· 158 miles southwest of Wichita, Kansas
· 205 miles northwest of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
· 354 miles southwest of Kansas City, Kansas
· 411 miles northwest of Dallas, Texas
· 441 miles southeast of Denver, Colorado