We stayed here 2 nights as others have said, to see the corn palace. Sites are gravel as well interior roads. Kind of a strange entrance through the Super 8 motel but plenty of room to get through. It was the off season so there were only 5 other rigs in the park. Plenty of room for our 40' motorhome and toad. A little close to I-90 but for $15.00 per night including tax with 50 amps and full hookups you can't beat it.
We stayed at this park because it was close to the Little Bighorn Battlefield. The office/gift shop was a mess and smelled extremely bad (cats). The area around the outside of the office was cluttered with junk as well. This set the tone for our stay. We stayed here 2 nights and it was all we could do to stay here that long. All utilities worked good, although I had to search for the cable line as it was laying on the ground with a bunch of other wires. The first site they gave us was narrow and under a real low power cable. Couldn't open our slides on one side so we had them move us. The park needs lots of attention and they need to get the cats out of the office. The nightly rate was way too high for this campground. We would not stay here again.
We stayed here for 3 weeks paying the weekly rate. But, it still worked out to $31 a night. Way too much. Busy street on one side and a very busy train track on the other. The sites were good size and all hook ups worked well. Most of the staff were friendly except the asst. mgr. Somewhat curt and rude. They change the lock codes for the laundry and restrooms monthly but failed to notify us even though my wife was in the office the next day to pay for the next week. The manager enforces the rules to the letter! I get the impression they think this is a resort and it's not! It is a well kept, large, older park with many permanent residents. Next time in Portland we will try another park.
Very nice RV resort, easy access from US highway 101. One of the nicer parks we have stayed in, it's just too pricey. Based on price we probably would not stay here again. Would have rated it higher but the price wouldn't let me.
This is boon docking at a casino. The area is well marked and patrolled by security. There is no cost for parking your RV. You must register your RV with the casino, simple process. They do have a quite time from 10 PM to 7 AM. The area is part of their parking lot is paved and fairly level. There are no hookups what so ever. They are probably 30 rigs of every shape and size. Folks have spaced their rigs as to give everyone good space between rigs. Roughly 10 over the air TV channels and cell phones work well.