Prairie Haven Nudist Park
9289 S. Morrill Rd.
Scranton, KS 66537
Rental Units: Yes
RV Sites: Yes
Hiking Trails: Yes
Prairie Haven Nudist Park Reviews
Prairie Haven Nudist Park is located 23 miles south of Topeka, Kansas on 30 beautiful tree lined acres. Prairie Haven is a family oriented nudist campground that operates from mid-April through Mid-October.
Prairie Haven offers a number of activities, including Swimming, Water Volleyball, Shuffleboard, Pétanque, Volleyball, Frisbee Golf and a children’s play area. There are also many areas around the park to camp, relax, visit or read a book.
Prairie Haven Nudist Park offers a number of RV sites with water, sewer and 50 amp electric hookups. Some camping areas have plenty of shade while others are located in more open areas that is ideal for campers with satellite dishes. Large RV’s have access from US Highway 75 however the last 1.5 miles to the camp is a county maintained, gravel road with a solid base.
For tent campers there is also a full community kitchen with electric stove, refrigerator and cooking utensils available in the clubhouse. There are also a number of good restaurants within a short drive from the grounds.
Guests must phone ahead to make arrangements for a visit.
"We stayed three full days. Had great weather and were treated as if we had been members for years. This is a fine park to visit. Very well kept and just the nicest people!" – Jim and Brenda from Memphis, Tennessee
"Great place! Everyone was so friendly and made it a great experience for our first time in a nudist environment. We will definitely go back Soon." – David from Kansas City, Missouri
"Prairie Haven is a RV and tent campground with several cabins to rent. Very peaceful and friendly place to spend a weekend in the buff. They have a heated pool and hot tub and lots of trails to walk around on. They have volleyball court, RC race track, shuffleboard, petanque and on the first weekend of every month a large potluck dinner. They have a kitchen if you are tenting. We had a great time with friendly people." – Alice from Kansas