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Kansas Vacation Rentals

Vacation Rental Homes, Condos, Cabins, Villas & Beach Houses in Kansas from top rental companies and trusted homeowners.


Fields of wheat and sunflowers warmly welcome you as you enter Kansas. America's Heartland has majestic maple forests, intriguing rock formations and an exciting past that brings in vacationers year after year. With plentiful land set aside for state and national parks, Kansas has a wide range of fun outdoor activities for the whole family to enjoy.

In early 1861, Kansas became the 34th state to join the Union. From the nomadic Native Americans that originally inhabited the state to the many adventurous explorers that surveyed the area, Kansas has a charged history and has been molded by many different cultures. A Kansas condominium rental anywhere throughout the state will offer a glimpse of days past and a time when Native Americans and cowboys roamed the lands.

Kansas House Rentals Near Historic Sites

Many families dreaming of a new life out West passed through historic Marshall County, KS on the Oregon Trail. Spacious Kansas rentals in the county are near the stunning Alcove Springs, discovered by the Donner party in 1846. Visitors can see this historically meaningful site and do self-guided walking tours throughout the 223 acre park dedicated to it. You can also visit the lower crossing on the Big Blue River when staying in a vacation house in Kansas, where emigrants cunningly dealt with steep river banks to cross the Big Blue River and gain ground on their future.

Beautiful Abilene, KS is a city with much to see. Kansas condominiums close to the manicured grounds of the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum will put your family in the center of one of the most historic towns in Kansas. In the days of the Wild West, vigilantes fought famous outlaws and criminals near many of the Kansas house rentals in the area.

If learning more about the rich history of Kansas piques your interest, a Kansas vacation rental in Topeka, KS provides many opportunities to learn more about this fantastic state. The Kansas Historical Society houses the Kansas Museum of History which features a variety of exhibits covering much of the state’s history and is close to many condominiums in Kansas. The historic site commemorating the history altering judgment of Brown vs. Board of Education is also in Topeka, KS and has a visitors center with exhibits.

Your Kansas Vacation in the Great Outdoors

With an abundance of land set aside in parks throughout the state, there is no shortage of outdoor fun to be had near any Kansas resort. On serene Eldorado Lake, sailing and windsurfing are popular activities and are in close proximity to a variety of Kansas condo rentals. A vacation house in Kansas near Fall River State Park will provide your family with endless hours of canoeing through the peaceful waters which are accompanied by scenic views of abundant plant and animal life.

If boating and fishing have brought you to the Breadbasket of the United States, then a Kansas rental near Shawnee Mission Park is a wonderful choice. With more 1,250 acres to explore and a 120-acre lake to adventure on, your family is sure to enjoy their Kansas vacation. The John Redmond Reservoir and glistening Lake Garnett are other fantastic places to rent a condominium in Kansas and go out for a day of swimming or water skiing.

Kansas Vacation Rentals Near Wichita

Fantastic amusements await your family when you stay in a Kansas resort near Wichita, Kansas. Exploration Place offers visitors a world of experiences, from experiencing an F2 tornado firsthand to flying in a horizontal simulator designed to replicate what the Wright brothers experienced long ago.

Kansas condominiums near the Sedgwick County Zoo will please even the pickiest members of any group. A children's farm and a dizzying variety of exhibits draw visitors from across the nation to the Kansas house rentals close by. A stunningly massive 12-acre exhibit depicting North America has an elevated boardwalk above to grant visitors bird's eye view of the native plants and wildlife.