Not a bad place for a short stay. Other than hookups, there are NO amenities. The sites are fairly level. No idea often it is mowed, but it could have used it when we were there. There are no restroom or shower facilities. Campground uses a self check-in process and reservations are informal when you call, no card info taken. I cannot imagine this campground ever being full enough to worry. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
OK for overnight or short stay. Great internet. Full hook-up only. No TV reception, but town has a great little movie house. No restroom. No picnic table, well, there was a table, but no benches to sit on. Basically full hook-ups in a field. Couple small trees, but not really any shade. Owner really nice guy and we will go back if we are in the area again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Only 2 sites have 50 amp service ($20), the rest of the park is 30 amp ($15). The sites on the end of the rows do not have sewer hookups. For check-in, you fill out a form and drop a check in a locked mailbox. I had reserved a 50 amp site, but the previous occupant decided to stay over an extra night, so I had to park in another spot, which was not a problem. The owner then told me I would need to move mid-week since somebody had reserved my alternate site. It didn't make much sense to me, but was no issue since I got into the Excel service center (great service!) earlier than expected. The park is well maintained, and was fairly quiet except for some barking dogs across the street. It's OK for an over nighter. Verizon service was good. The park's Wi-Fi was also good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A good overnight stop. Good power and water on level gravel sites. There are no restrooms or showers and most disturbing while I was here: tornado warnings were sounding all evenings and there is no provision for any type of shelter. I would stay here again, but only in fair weather. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a basic little park that provides a peaceful place to stay. The park consists of a grassy field with trees and fencing around the perimeter. Interior roads and sites are moderately gravel but were adequately solid in spite of spring rains. Only two sites have 50 amp service, and the water pressure was a little low but the wireless access was good. We would be happy to return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice little campground where campgrounds are scarce. It is listed in the Kansas Directory as having TV service but that has been deleted. They have great Wi-Fi. For the price, you won't find a better bargain. No restrooms or showers, so your unit must be self contained. Grassy spots that had just been mowed. It's a serve-yourself honor system. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Self-contained only, all pull-throughs, 30amp EWS. Easy access; on White Rock Rd. one block south of US 36, west side of Smith Center. Long gravel pull-through, table, cable TV, no Wi-Fi. Units must be self-contained. Road noise is minimal but there are many barking dogs in the surrounding homes and businesses. We stopped here to take the tour of Peterson Industries (Excel fifth wheels), see the monument to the “geographic center of the 48 states” in Lebanon, and drive to the “largest ball of twine” in Kyle. Nice, quiet spot to spend a few days. We camped here in a Motorhome.