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The Cabins at Camp Hawk offer two destination stays that immerse visitors in the middle of nature, away from the buzz of big cities but a short drive to access local amenities.

Completed in July 2020, the cabins were made possible by a generous donation from the R. Michael Rhoades Foundation.

The two cabins sit in the center of Camp Hawk, with an entire park serving as the front and back yards. The cabins provide walking-distance access to Camp Hawk's disc golf course, four-acre fishing pond, playground equipment, and a shelter building that is also available to rent.

Inside, each cabin is furnished with comforting amenities to create a relaxing atmosphere while enjoying the sounds of the natural park environment. Each cabin comes with a living room, kitchen, bathroom with shower, downstairs bedroom and additional bed space in an upstairs loft. Appliances include television, refrigerator, oven, microwave, cooking utensils, dinnerware and more.

Rocked driveways, including an RV pad, provide easy access to each cabin. A picnic table and fire pit allow for additional options to appreciate outdoor living.

The rental fees are the same for each cabin. They are outlined below. Check-in time is 3 p.m. Check-out time is 11 a.m.

Season Per Night Per Week
April through November $85 $510
Holidays
(minimum three nights)
$125 N/A
December through March $65 $425

Reservations can be made by calling Harvey County Parks at 316-283-5420.

A sample rental agreement, as well as rules and regulations for renting the cabins, can be found here.

Camp Hawk is located on the south side of Newton, just off both U.S. Highway 50 and I-135. The roadways offer easy access to Newton, as well as nearby sightseeing opportunities such as Wichita, Hutchinson and McPherson.