The location is lovely. The sites are gravel, fairly level, and each has a lantern pole, grill and small table, and a nice concrete picnic table on a cement pad. In late September when we visited there was only a small church group and us here. Perhaps that is why some workmen decided to shut off the water supply to the campsites and the park facilities at 8:30 in the morning. They thought it would be off about an hour. We have a macerator; anyone needing water to dump would have been out of luck. The bathrooms were dirty, toilet paper clogging one bowl, spiderwebs in the corners and dead roaches and bugs on the floors. Nevertheless, at the $8 Federal senior rate, if you don't need or care about the bathrooms, this is a bargain and we would visit again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects the senior passport. The park was very clean. Unfortunately, one of the restrooms was disgusting. It was very small and dark, and the tile was falling off the walls in the shower. The bathouse was another story. It was large and clean. The campsites are large, but most would be difficult to get into with a large rig. There are several pull through sites that are accessible, and they have 50amp power. There is no wi-fi. Water is available at every site. The sites are all gravel with the picnic tables on a concrete slab. We only stayed here one night, and it was adequate for our needs. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Heyburn Park is on Heyburn Lake. It is run by the Army Corps of Engs. The lake itself is dirty, but rarely
crowded. There are only 4 or 5 lakeside sites. All sites are gravel and fairly level. Although there was very little garbage laying around the shore line and slightly higher, was littered with downed trees and branches. We camped here in a camper.