Showers are large but only one curtain. No shelves to put your shower needs in the shower. Water goes into dressing area. Park will hold a 40ft rig, but not with toad attached. Some shade, some permanent people. Good for a one night stop.
Price reflects some discount. No services, cell phone, TV, or internet--not even if you bring your own. It is at the opposite end from most of the stuff in Zion Nat'l Park. We chose this park because we were headed up US 89. The best part of the drive was the big horn sheep we saw on this side of the tunnels. Showers and restrooms were clean. Site had some gravel but more dust. Tree limbs in a lot of sites are a problem for big rigs. Staff was friendly and helpful.
The only campground we found in town. It is pricey for what you get. The showers are small and have a timer on the lights. Staff placed us in a spot too short for our RV and car. Had to park the car sideways. Site spacing is average. Site is gravel but not well packed; our jack sank.
The rate reflects 2 passport nights and one discount night. My only complaint would be the roads and sites need more gravel. Dirt is very sandy. Nice park friendly staff. Most sites are pull-through. Lots to do in the area. No highway noise, a little outside of town.
Good full hook up, level site. Large shower stalls with hot water. Bathrooms were clean. Internet works but slow. There is road noise from I-40 but can ignore it. Park host showed us to site. The park seems to be well maintained could use more gravel. A place to spend a couple of nights. The bad not well graveled and slightly rough parking lot. No private dressing area, water pressure was low, no lights inside the shower and adjusting the water temperature took patience. Site access is interesting, roads are not clearly defined. Sites are side by side and close.
Restrooms & Showers are good and clean. Site was level and large with gravel roads and gravel sites. Access is off of US 65 Bus with a steep driveway. Did try the internet but have to pay for it at site but there is access at the club house. The closer you are to the road the more road noise. The park is adequately lighted. The park is well maintained but more volunteers are needed. We stayed to take a break from sighting .
Restrooms & Showers were clean but the showers were short stream push button. Electric only. Site was level with asphalt surface. Size was large but our site had a tree so the awning could not be deployed. Site access & park roads were very good. No Internet. Quiet park with limited Lighting. Well maintained. Visited friends in Yankton.
Restrooms and showers were good. Site was level, narrow, little gravel. Site access and park roads were good, all be it dirt. (Didn't notice much dust.) Internet and could not get connected. A little road noise but not bad. Park could use some work on the roads. If it rains, it could get real muddy. Stayed to do laundry.
7 because no water or sewer. Very nice park. Restrooms and showers old but good. Site was level with concrete pads. No leveling required. Site access is on a one way loop and paved. No Internet. Park well off the road, so it was quiet. Park is well maintained. Workers are around all day.
The 7 is because two sites share 1 water facut with no "Y" so only one has water. There were lots of "Goat Heads". Grounds were weedy. Don't know about the web site claiming a exercise room and club house. Never saw anyone. Left the check in an envelope. Restrooms & Showers were pretty good. Site was level and no need for boards to level and the surface was hard. The size of the site was okay. It might have seemed a little crowded if someone was next to us. The park roads were dirt and gravel but there was room to move around. The park says it has internet but it needed a password and since no one was ever around couldn't try it. Looked like several people may have stayed for free. Did notice any road noise and didn't notice light at night but didn't go out. As said before didn't see anyone and the park could use some maintenance. Reason for stay and length
Rate is weekly with tax. Restrooms and showers okay. No real dressing area with each shower. The site was level. No need for boards to level, ground surface was gravel and well used. The site was long enough with side by side utilities. Site access and park roads were okay. Didn't use internet. Road noise during the day, but not a problem at night. There were some lights throughout the park. Managers were friendly and the park was maintained. We stayed two weeks to take a break from traveling.
Rate reflects nightly rate for a square dance week of 6 nights. Dancing and food is included. Restrooms & Showers were clean and the water was hot. There is no air conditioning or heat in restroom. Site was level on grass. Boards needed because on grass. Park site size is okay, but can be a little close. The access is off US 160 down a curving hill. Park roads are dirt and gravel, but not a lot of dust. Didn't try the Internet. Park is quiet and there is adequate lighting. Owners are nice and the park is well maintained.
Previous reviews say it quite well. No frills. Close to road. Good for overnight stop. Sort of gravel pull through site. Close spacing, especially with slides. Neighbor friendly. Rate reflects Passport America.
Park is hard to rate. There is some good and some bad. The good is that it is real close to the entrance to Mesa Verde Nat. Park. A few shaded sites. Park roads and sites are all gravel. Sites seem level. The desk person said she was giving us a site with a view of Mesa Verde. That was true, but since we were the only ones on the top at the back, it would have been nice to have been closer to the center or left of center because the site slants to the right. Will not stay here again because of the showers. They are clean and maintained but the shower head is in the center of the shower cube. Makes for a very interesting shower. On the men's side the hot and cold water are not constant. When the water goes cold it shortly turns to going completely hot. The shower is the main complaint.
The site was level, just enough room and long enough to get into it pulling a towed. Asphalt pad with grass stripes in between. Not real spacious with slides out. Didn't try the internet. Park was well maintained. Some road noise from highway, but not enough to deter sleeping. It was only an overnight stop.
There are trees, they are just not real big yet. Restrooms and showers are real nice. Unisex with big shower stall and place to put your items. Water is very hot. Plenty of hooks, a bench and space to maneuver. The site are long. The site is paved with cement and side by side. The pavement could be wider. The sites slope at each end so you need to park rig in the middle. The park roads are asphalt and fairly wide enough for two way traffic. Didn't try the internet. Park is quiet and well maintained with site landscaping. Spent only one night on the road to other places.
Restrooms & showers are clean, and one set is air conditioned. The shower stalls and dressing area are kind of small but at least there is one for each shower. Site is level and asphalt. We got two sites because they didn't have a long one, but we weren't charged for the second one. The sites have a grass strip between each site but feel close together and the paved part of the site could be wider. Park roads are paved. The Internet seemed good but bogged down some times. Park seemed very quiet and well maintained Office staff was friendly. We stayed here for a week to record the rest of the Olympics, and they have good cable.
Restrooms and showers were clean but showers kind of small. Dressing area is common. Could use more hooks. Site was level side to side but not front to back. Had to use blocks to level Site surface was gravel and hard. Sites are close together. Site access is okay and park roads are asphalt. Didn't try the internet. It's a quiet park with adequate lighting. Office people are friendly. Park is well maintained. More of a residence park as opposed to a travellers park but one or leave daily. Stayed just to rest up.
No TV. Sites were dirt so be careful tracking in dirt. Only 30 amp available but was ok because it was cool. The site was level if you positioned correctly. Roads tight for big rig. Site was long enough but side by side. Your neighbor needs to be all the forward. Water pressure low. Nice pool. Wi-Fi in the main building. Management nice. Showers were the best, could use more hooks. Quiet park with one airplane fly over. Stayed a week for sight seeing.
Sites back in only for 50amp. Boards on down hill side for leveling. One shower per restroom but really showers. Nicest showers we've seen. But booming music above for shower. Didn't check internet. No road noise because it is located well above and carries little traffic. Don't remember about lighting. Park was well maintained. Roads paved with park on a hill side. Went to tour Mt. St. Helens. Could have gotten closer, but chose this park so we weren't driving motorhome on two lane roads. Had a great view of Silver Lake. Our Verizon internet was fine and so was our Sprint phone.
Restrooms & Showers are good and clean. The sides are on the side of a hill. They are not a level as one would wish but a board under the down hill side tire made leveling okay. The site is asphalt with the park roads the same Site - level, ground surface & hardness, size, site access & park roads. The internet we tried was slow. It is a quiet park. The park is well appointed and maintained. We met friends that wanted to show us the coast.
Restrooms & Showers were clean and good but the lights are timed and not necessarily longer enough to get a good long shower. Site was very level and no pads needed. Good concrete. The only draw back was the pads were created before slide were in so we had to walk on the grass but there was still space between trailers. The site access was good and the park roads were asphalt. Didn't try the internet. Park was quiet and adequately lit. Park was well maintained. Paid for a week and stayed 6 nights because we were meeting friends but cheaper to buy a week than to pay for 6 nights.
Restrooms and showers are clean and good. Site are adequate with grass between and level. The site surface is asphalt so we didn't use jack pads. Our site access was easy and the park roads are also asphalt. Internet is good. No noise that we're hearing. The managers are friendly and helpful, and the park is well maintained. Staying to run over and see the Redwoods.
First night was Passport America rate, and then Good Sam's for the second. Restrooms and showers very clean and very good. The site was level with asphalt. The site we had needed a little tree trimming. Sites might be considered close but adequate for a 40 foot with 4 slides and had grass in between. Site access was good but up hill. Park roads were asphalt. Internet was slow. Next to I-5 but we were on top of the hill but we heard the traffic, kind of like being next to a flowing river. Sort of white noise. The workers were friendly and helpful and didn't notice any lighting. Park was well maintained and upgrading was on-going. We stayed to see the Sun Dial bridge.
Restrooms and showers were clean and unisex. There were 4. Site was level with gravel and dirt with no need for blocks. We parked in the back half, whereas the other part was asphalt. We think that would be the part that is not real level. (It looked like it sloped.) Road was also dirt and gravel in the part we were parked in. The park seemed quiet and was somewhat lighted. The managers were kind and helpful but closed shop at 5:00 PM. Park is well maintained. We stayed to do sightseeing in the capital and other sights for 5 days.
Entry was rough. Site was not level. View of the storage lot. Didn't look at restrooms and showers. Site ground surface was hard but the coach registered excess slope. The size of site was good with tight access and park roads. It was quiet even though you could see the highway. Might stay again. Price was Passport America for one night. We stopped for the Planes of Fame Museum up the road but discovered we are been here years before.
Site was level on asphalt with room for slides. There is car parking across the street from your RV or beside it depending on size. Site access is off a road all paved. Quiet park on an old AFB base. Has a park manager and you get one free pass to the museum. The Museum is the reason we went. They have 56 planes to date and more to come.
Must be a member of Escapees. Cash only. Can't use the washer and dishwasher because the sewer system can't handle it. Restrooms and showers are clean. Sites are level and built on a hill. The ground was hard and the sites are well spaced. The sites you can use are vacated by their owners. Our site access was easy but I think most of them are back in. Park roads were paved. There is internet at the club house. It is a quiet park and a little out of town. Park is well maintained by owners and volunteers. We stayed to go to Yosemite. It was too far: we put 300 miles on the car.
Rate reflects 1 night Passport and 1 night regular. Restrooms and showers, there is only one room. It has two showers and two toilets (not in stalls) and one sink. The site was level and ground was hard. The site size was average. We pulled through because no one was in the site behind us. The site access was average and park roads were okay, but if you had to circle around you had to cut through a site or go around on a dusty road. It was quiet out in the country about a mile off the highway. Park was okay. We stopped because of the 20 Mule Team Borax museum and the mine. We opted not to do the mine because the one related to 20 Mule Team Borax is in Death Valley.
Best restrooms and showers we've ever been in but no hot water. It wasn't cold cold, but not really warm. It reminded me of camping years ago with not cold showers, but not warm. The site was level and ground hard. Site wasn't long enough to pull through and leave towed hooked up. The sewer was at the back of the site: barely had enough hose and it almost ran up hill. The site access was good but the leaving was on the city streets had to go around the block. Park roads themselves were fine. Didn't use their Internet. It was amazing quiet considering how close to the highway we were. Park was well maintained. The check in person can be difficult to understand because of her French accent. We stayed to visit the museums. The Bonelli house was the best.
Restrooms & showers were clean. Showers separate from restrooms. Site was level and the ground was hard. We had a pull through and plenty of space. Site access & park roads were paved. No internet access. Not crowded and quiet with no light. Not a real busy park. Park is well maintained with space between each site. We stayed to see the ruins and have park ranger talks.
Site were level and ground was hard with no boards The sites were plenty long but a little close together. We used it to go to the Painted Desert and the Petrified Forest. It worked well. We were only in the park for evenings. Bathrooms were okay but the drains for the showers were in a awkward position. The offer free muffins and coffee every morning. Site access & park roads were very good. We didn't try the internet. Well off the road and a quiet park and pretty dark at night. The park was well maintained and the office folks were friendly.
Restrooms & showers are clean. The site was level and ground surface was dirt with some gravel but hard, needing no leveling pads. The size of the site was adequate but close to leave towed attached. The park road are gravel and site access is adequate. We didn't try the Internet. There is vague road noise but no city lights. Park is well maintained. The park managers are very friendly. The dog is great. We came here to sightsee for a week or more. Would definitely stay again.
The rate reflects Good Sam's Discount. We moved here because another place had poor 50 Amp. Really nice park. Park has the best restrooms we've been in. The site was level with no need for boards. The size of the sites was average with barely enough room to leave the car attached. Park roads were gravel, but enough space to pull into sites. Tried to connect once to the internet but couldn't. (We do carry our own.) The park was quiet and lighting was adequate. The park management could have been a little friendlier but was nice. We stayed as an overnight on our way west. We would stay again.
We started to park at one 50 amp pull through site where the post had one good leg at 95 volts and the other leg was dead. They do have other 50 amps, but we weren't willing to unhook and back in. They did give us our check back. They only take check and cash. It is out in the open with very little shade and only a few trees. The owners seemed nice. The other drawback is that the showers and restrooms are locked and they want to charge $5.00 a person for the shower.
Rate reflects Passport America. Very nice park for an overnight or a longer stay. Restrooms & showers some of the best I've seen. Unisex, big space and shower has depth. Site was level and ground was gravel and hard. The site held our 40 foot but had to park the car beside. Park are gravel and one way. If the park was full you might have to maneuver to back in. Very quiet park. It is outside of town and about 7 miles south of I-40. Owners are friendly. The park needs some work but the new owners are making good progress. The pool is currently closed for maintenance. We stayed for two nights. One to do sightseeing in the area and the other for laundry.
Nice park. We stopped overnight. The road to it is narrow and 20 MPH. Park was full but we lucked out. The host called the person who had the site left and they said they weren't coming. We would stay again. Restrooms & Showers were clean. Site was level with asphalt was long enough for our 40 foot but parked the car beside. Our site was right in front of the access. Park roads were asphalt. Plenty of space between sites. Our Internet worked fine. It was a quiet park and we didn't notice any noise. Park seemed to be well maintained.
Restrooms & showers are clean. Shower stalls are small. You can't control the water temperature. The showers are push button for ladies and some men's showers. Must push button often to keep flow of water. Water temperature determined by the park along with the water flow. The rating is because of the showers. Currently restrooms have no heat so when it is in the 40's and 50's at night the restrooms are cold and still 40 or 50 at 10 or 11 o'clock in the morning regardless of the current temperature. Except for the showers probably would have given it a 6 or 7. The location is good for sight seeing. The sites are level and on hard dirt and gravel. The sites are average in closeness, with slides they are closer. Park roads have speed bumps but are paved. Escort to site. Some sites are double with trailers back to back. Internet is okay. There is a little road noise during the day but it is quiet at night. Owners are okay. The park maintenance is okay. They do check on things when you say something about it, but do not necessarily feel it needs to be fixed. e.g heaters in bathrooms. We stayed a month plus a week because there is a lot to see and do. Will not stay here again.
Restrooms & showers were okay. The site was long enough and hard ground. Took a lot of effort to get the coach level. Access to the sites was okay with gravel roads. The entry and exit to the park are a little tight. Quiet park. Had problems with billing, partly because we change from staying a week to 2 nights. Stopped over weekend, needed to get inverter fixed in Colorado Springs on Monday.
Price is so high because it included all meals and square dancing. Restrooms & Showers are clean. Site was level on grass. It is fairly hard with room for a forty footer and towed. Swing room can be limited and hookup is side by side which can lead to narrow living space. Park is right off 160 below the road. Main park roads are paved with the site roads dirt and gravel. It is a very quiet park. It backs onto the Rio Grande River. There are lights in places but the clear sky and moon provide the rest. Staff is friendly and the park is well maintained.
We stayed for 2 nights resting before we went for a week at Fun Valley. Car got extremely dusty going over dirt road. Site was level and grass but hard, pull-through was different. Internet worked okay. Quiet and don't remember any lights. Park Maintenance was good. Would stay again.
Restrooms and showers were clean. The site was level, gravel surface and hard. The site was long and wide with ease of access throughout with park road gravel. The internet was good. It was in town but quiet and had sufficient light. The staff was friendly and the park well maintained. We were just passing through to Eagle Nest and only stayed overnight but could leave the car hooked up.
Restrooms and showers are clean but only one person can use it at a time. The sites are level with gravel for a hard surface. The sites are nice and wide and long for a vehicle and RV but no longer. The roads in the park are gravel with easy access to all roads. It is gated and closes at 7:00. The internet is really good at times and other times slow. It is outside of town about 6 miles or so, so it is quiet. The owners run the park and are nice and friendly. The park is well maintained and they are making improvements slowly. We stayed for 6 nights and went sightseeing every other day. We would stay again.
Paid cash/check and got a double discount. Restrooms and showers were clean but when I took a shower at night the lights went out before I was finished. Fortunately I was drying but had to step out and wave my hand to get the lights back on. The site was level with a view across to the mountains. The ground was gravel and well packed. The size of the site held the car at either end but a little tight on the side but you could put out your awning. The site access was a little tight on gravel park roads. Since the park was just out of town it was quiet but had enough lighting to walk around. The internet at our site was poor but to our surprise our Verizon worked. Staff was friendly and helpful. We talked about ideas for some other activities. The park appeared to be well maintained. We stopped for sightseeing of Elizabeth Town, Cimarron, drove over to Red River and the whole of the Enchanted Loop. We used the loop drive to decide we would take the south route to Taos. We would stay again.
Restrooms & Showers were clean. The site was level with hard packed gravel with some wider spots. For us it was a perfect location. Temperatures would have been hotter in the canyon and there is a steep windy road going in and we manage to hit low 100's above. Everything but the main road in was gravel. There are trees but not very big. The Internet was iffy. It was quiet and dark even though it was close to the highway. Park was well maintained and the staff friendly. We stayed because we wanted to do the play and the museum on our way to high ground. We stayed 3 nights and would stay again.
Mostly Back in sites, no sewer must dump every few days. Some Shade, quiet, no direct Lake Access. Rate reflects senior discount. Park roads need work. Sites are level, have view of Lake, near athletic fields and golf course so you sort of feel out in the open spaces. Park managed by the city with workers on site. Have stayed multiple times for a week or more. Will stay again.
Didn't go to the Restrooms & Showers. We had a nice pull-thru site. Sites looked level on cement. Park roads paved just of the highway. Quiet. Owners friendly. Stayed one night on our way to Dallas. Would stay again.
We stayed a week and our rate reflects that. You do get used to the train noise but it takes a couple of days. Sites are nicely spaced with cement pads. Restrooms there is one toilet. There are 2 sinks and 3 Showers in a separate room. The dressing room is communal so singles or couples need to lock the door. We had no trouble with not being able to take showers whenever we wanted. Sites are level and cement space. access is off a wide city street and the park road is a paved straight shot. We were visiting relatives in town. Did meet the park owners but the couple on site are nice and trimmed a tree quickly after we asked. Park appears to be well maintained and improvements are occurring as time permits. We stayed one week and are on our way back for another two.
2 Restrooms & Showers clean includes shampoo and soap. Sites were level with cement surface. Mostly back in with one row of pull thrus with level sites. Park roads are paved. Turns are a little tight for bigger rigs but it is doable. Park is a work in progress but what is done is done nice. The work continues but does not interfere with other things. Park is a quiet park. Internet owners is continuing to make improvements and friendly. Stayed one night passing through but would stay again.
There isn't really any staff on site, but being rural it seems safe. There are multiple sites filled but no people. This is probably mostly a summer park. The showers had no hot water, but we called and they did get it turned on. They are unisex and nice and big. There is some shade but sites are filled. So far there is only one 50amp site. Road is dirt/gravel as are the sites. There is grass and picnic tables but no patios. About 6 miles from the lake. The view is of the hills. We stayed 4 days visiting friends. Would stay again if the COE is under water like now. Isn't the best for big rigs, but okay.
Light in bathroom was dim, but good lighting in shower and over sink. Sight was level, staff friendly, paved roads, gravel sites, quiet park, well maintained. They did have some water problems because of blockage across the road a couple of weeks earlier, but there was no sign of it. Stayed one night. Would stay again.
Located up a steep hill on a narrow road. Only sight of life was a pit bull dog behind a glass door with a sign, "Beware of Dog". We looked around and nobody came to help us so we left. We found it in the Oklahoma tourist book. It is at the same exit as the Crowder Family Campground but off to the west. Looked like everyone was a permanent resident.
Lots of rain this spring. Several sites under water. Nice place to camp, most sites have view of lake. Shade scarce. Sort of out of the way but right off US 160. Have stayed multiple times. Site level with cement, hard surface roads, restaurant on property with marina. Quiet park. Stayed for three days visiting the area.
It was an overnight stop on our way to Red Bay. It worked well. Kind of far off the highway. There was a lot of rain this spring but they just didn't have all the sites open. Gravel road and sites. Would stay again.
This is a great overnight park. It is dirt and gravel which is fine with us. The sites are smooth and level. The trees are around the outside. The sites are large. They do offer free laundry and Wi-Fi. We will stop anytime it works for us.
We come for a square dance week so things are different than normal. There are multiple camping areas. We end up in the one near the square dance hall(Aspen Park) which is full hook but only 30 amp but mostly 20 amp. Restrooms and showers are in other areas so you have to walk a ways. Showers are large but the water pressure is weak. Restrooms & Showers are clean. Sites are grass and fairly level and when it rains you can get stuck. Some roads are paved but in between sites are dirt and gravel. There is no internet. Very quiet park with lights around. Owners are great and the park is well maintained although the grass may need cutting.
Good for a stopover. Restrooms & Showers is an over statement. There is one private bath in a building. It seemed clean except of the mold and mildew. It's a tub with shower, toilet and sink, small. The Site is more dirt than gravel but it was level. The park roads are the same. There is no Internet. We had a street light right beside us. There are two in the park. We didn't notice and road noise although the park is right beside US 160. Staff was friendly. We stayed for two nights on our way to South Fork. Park is up for sale. Good stop for the night.
Restrooms & Showers are interesting. There are 8 private bathrooms, but you are given a key to only one. Had some trouble with the one that was occupied was the one we had the key for. Our site was great. Real nice shade trees. Site seemed level and was dirt with gravel. Roads had so chuck holes but not real bad. Sites only offer 30 amp. Park sis on a major street but didn't notice road noise, we were at the back of the park next to a city park. Park's Wifi didn't work at all for us, but it is free. Owners very friendly. Park is maintained. We stayed 2 weeks to rest up from traveling. Good location.
Restrooms & Showers were very clean and very nice. Site was fairly level. We parked parallel to the side walk and had 30 amp. The road was paved but slightly slanted toward the curb. The sites have no sewer so you have to go dump. Staff was friendly. Park well maintained. Can't beat the price. We stayed for 3 nights until we found a campground with sewer. Parks around Golden stay full in the summer.
Restrooms & showers were clean. Shower stalls are small. Women's shower heads are low (hit me in the back of the neck (5'7")). I had trouble with the water at first, but finally figured out how the faucet worked. The site is level but close to the highway. Campground is below it so if there is a lot of traffic expect road noise. Sites and road are gravel with grass on both sides of the site. We did use pads with the jacks. Internet seems to be real good. I think cable is included. Staff was friendly. We only stayed for one night on our way to see friends.
Restrooms & Showers are okay. Showers were small compared to other campgrounds. Water was hot. Site was level, but the dirt and gravel comments are oh so true. The hookups are side by side which makes the site seem smaller. It depends how your neighbors park in their sites. The only paved road is from the highway to the office door. They have Wi-Fi internet which was okay for us. It may depend where you park as to how good or bad it is. There are only two TV stations available on aerial, CBS & PBS. We didn't notice any road noise, and the campground was otherwise quiet. They did close our awnings for when a big wind came up and we weren't there. Yes the big oil or gas tanks are there but we didn't really notice anything. The park staff is friendly and helpful. The park is well maintained if you like gravel. There is no landscaping to speak of. We stayed 4 nights and had only electric and water hook up. We were sight seeing in the area.
It's in the national park near Jackson Lake. There are two campgrounds. One has hook ups and the other doesn't. Showers are pay ($3.50). The campground is well shaded and the sites are comfortable. Site was dirt and pine needles and fairly level. The park roads are paved but the site is not. There is wireless internet available free at the Cabin Rental Office. Our AT&T was slow. The park was quiet. Generators are not welcome. Staff is helpful and friendly. We were visiting the park for the sites. We stayed 9 days.
Restrooms & showers were clean. Hot water, shower stalls and dressing area adequate (nice if bigger). The site is level with gravel. Trees between site. Whole park is gravel and between city streets. Sites are not over large but we have enough room with a picnic table. Internet available for a price. We had an air card (AT&T). It was very slow but the library has free Wifi. Motorcycles and noisy truck early morning. Park has lights but not over lit. Owners are nice, seem to be trying to make it a good park. It is in town and looks a little more spacious than the other in town parks. We stayed nine days because we couldn't get reservations in Yellowstone National Park. We'll be moving back over in a couple of days. It would probably work as well to stay here as in the park except you would be a long way from ranger night programs and have to get up early for ranger morning programs. National Park speed limits are max of 45 and you have to go a minimum of 15 miles just to get to the first area.
It's a National Park. Restrooms were clean and in the campground, shared between loops. Showers are up at the office and cost $3.25, time is unlimited and water is hot. The site was level and paved. We had little trouble leveling. The sites are made to fit. You need reservations and are all back in. They are no wider than they need to be. We had no trouble backing in. The basic park roads are fine, but you don't want to go fast through the campground. We found the park quiet with some noise during the early evening. We stayed 13 nights. If you are only staying a few days you might want to stay in one of the campgrounds without hook ups. If you visit each area you do a lot of driving. Each area is 14 to 21 miles from the other. There is no internet access that we found for our AT&T air card. (Verizon might do better). Cell phones can be used in some place in the park but not at Fishing Bridge Campground.(Ask the workers) Any time something broke an effort was being made to fix it.
Restrooms and showers were big but no heat or air conditioning. Since the weather was cold it made a difference. Site was somewhat level. Roads paved but sites gravel and grass. We used pads. There are a few back-ins, but mostly pull-thru. Sites are average width but since the park is not full they mostly alternate every other site. Site access is easy and the park roads are paved. The internet was mostly okay but sometimes went down or was weak. We noticed no noise, but we were pretty far back in the park. The lighting was adequate. This is a very open park. We stayed here rather than Ponderosa because we figured we be out in the open there and this park was less expensive. Park people seemed friendly. We didn't go to the office much. We stayed 11 days before going into Yellowstone and did some sight seeing. We would stay again.
Restrooms & showers were clean, free and reasonable size. Water pressure in shower is a problem when the toilets flush. Site is level. The surface is new gravel and moderately hard. Sites are adequate but could be wider. Site access is a little tight and the park roads are gravel. They do have Wi-Fi that is at least average. No noise and not many lights, enough to see without a flashlight but not too much. Owners are fairly new, working on the park to make it better, friendly and helpful people. We stayed for 4 nights. Went to the Hot Springs park and the history museum.
We parked in the 30 amp with water and electric only. Restrooms & Showers on that side of the park are individual rooms with shower, toilet and sink. The shower was one of the biggest we've found in a KOA. The water pressure was okay, the water was hot and the shower curtain actually covered the opening. The site we were on sloped to the drivers side. The ground was gravel with grass on the sides no more than 8 feet. The gravel is relatively fresh and so we used pads for the jacks. It's a KOA site with barely enough room for motorhome from side to side. The access is fine. It's on the north side of Casper. At the entrance there are a couple of big chuckholes. The interior roads are mostly good and even. The Internet is works okay. There is wind but haven't noticed any noise or excess light. The park is not far from the highway but it seems to be lightly traveled. The owners are okay. We arrived at 3:00 pm and the sign on the door said they'd be back at 3:30 pm. They did show up on time but it was cold so the waiting was not real fun. We stopped here for 4 nights and plan to do sightseeing in Casper and Douglas on our way to Yellowstone.
We stayed a week and thought the campground was great. Our site was wide enough. They offer a BBQ. Restrooms & Showers were clean but kind of tiny. Our site was level and gravel but we needed to put pads down for the jacks. We had no trouble getting in. The internet was great and so was the cable. The park seemed quiet. Owner were friendly. We were sightseeing around Cheyenne. Park seems well maintained.
The previous comments are accurate. In our opinion the only good thing is that the restrooms and showers were clean. Small toilet spaces and showers. Sites narrow. Needs gravel and grating on some sites and road. Big speed bumps and road needs repair before you get to the park. Wi-Fi didn't work at all. Very funny set up. Tells you to disable your firewall. We never did get it working and had to reload several pieces of software. Road noise was the worst we have encountered in two years. Trucks exiting highway for Pilot truck stop.
It's a KOA. The paved part(asphalt) of the site is just wide enough for the RV. Your walk way is dirt or grass. Spacing of the sites is good. Parts of the road in currently have pot holes. Would stay again but might try the city park. Wi-Fi is weak for our spot; don't know about others.
Wonderful location. Right off of I-35. Easy off and on. It is amazing how little road noise there is. Restrooms and Showers clean and nice. No internet. Had to stop because we lost parts to our brake buddy and needed to have the brakes checks. Sites are good size and level. You park on cement pads. Have stayed before and will stay again.
Older park under new management. They are making improvements as time goes on. Great location if you want to be in North Dallas. Staff is friendly. Restrooms and showers are clean but old. New showers are being built in one part of the park. Internet $$. A working park. Sites are fairly level some more than others. Some Trees. Lots of permanent residents in both mobile homes, trailers or motorhomes. We stay at least a month each time because of family connections.
Next door to Milwaukee. Works great for sight seeing. Restrooms & Showers in separate rooms but big and clean. Shower enclosed but no separate dressing rooms. Large Parking Lot - paved with a little grass around the edge. If you want an outdoor experience this is not the place. Sites were fairly level. Did have to put front wheels up about 2 inches for leveling. Sites were very wide. Not long enough to park home and trailer back to back but plenty of room for slide outs and park car and trailer along side. Area lit but did not bother us. There may have been noise but really didn't notice it. During the day we heard the cars on the track. Heard a couple of cars with the loud boom box going by but for a city parking lot it was very quite. People in the office were okay, warmed up after a couple of days. Park is well maintained. Will always stay here when in Milwaukee.
Dane County Park. Restrooms & Showers nice and clean. Sites were level with gravel. Park roads were paved. Nice size sites both length and width. Very little outside light and no noise. Nice park would stay again. We paid more because we were out of state.
You must ask for sewer if you have a big rig. Some sites appear to be inaccessible for motorhomes. Park not quite on the top of the hill. Our view was of trees. Park roads are dirt with some gravel. Our site was not real level, had to put front wheels on top of boards because there was too much slope front to back. The site we were in sloped also on the sides and was not really wide enough for you to step out of the coach onto level ground. Management not real friendly seems to be concerned with money, like charges for early arrival. More suited to trailers.
They had dropped their Passport membership and felt the price was too high. Grass sites and with all the rain, we were not sure our rig would not sink. Site did not look real level. Only 17 overnight sites, the rest are seasonal sites. Roads are dirt with some gravel. We saw no shade, mostly open field on a hill. Not near the Wisconsin Dells, about a 20 minute drive. Staff did not seem to care if we stayed or not. Charges for pets.
Stayed 2 1/2 weeks. Purpose of visit was to rest, relax do a little sight seeing and visit relatives. Nice park, could be more level on some sites. Restrooms & Showers were clean and well maintained. Our site was level with gravel. Had no problems even though rain. Main park road paved, the rest are dirt and gravel. Only had site with electric and water. Had a problem with electric breaker. Park got right on it even though our explanation didn't make sense. Just off of I 90 on US 23. Quiet park and no noise. Internet most of the time good but at times slow. Owners friendly and care about the park. Definitely stay again.
Restrooms & Showers were clean but constantly had a boom box playing. Everything all in one building. Site was level, but on grass. We had 30amp and no sewer. Tight maneuvering and low branches. Very expensive for what you got. We went to see the Spam museum and Mower Historic Center. The Mower Historic Center is on the county fair grounds and so we got 2 for one because the fair was on. Probably will not stay again, seen the sites and not a real friendly campground. Price does not match facilities.
Stayed 1 week. Restrooms & Showers were clean and well placed. Sites were level, paved and a little close together. Park roads are paved. We stayed here because we wanted to do sight seeing in Des Moines not because of the Casino or Park. It was the best park we could find in the area. It is definitely geared for the casino and theme park. Lots of families and kids, but not a problem. Would stay again.
Restrooms & Showers clean but showers not in restroom. Big open field some sites grass others gravel. Some sites have full hook up, others just water & electric. Sites reasonable size. It rained while we were there, did not sink as in other parks. Different configuration of sites than we've seen before. Some of the park roads could have used more gravel. Only two paved main roads. We had more rain than usual. Park quiet and reasonably dark. Staff helpful. Very convenient to Amana Colony. Loved the Amana Colonies, would stay again.
Restrooms & Showers need to be remodeled. They were not clean. The camp host offered to have them cleaned. We were only there for the night so we used our own. Site was level with gravel. We had no problems. Site was long in length to take us without unhooking the car. (40' + car) It is a fairgrounds. Roads were okay. No internet, on the opposite side of town from Hwy. Quiet park. Would stop again for overnight. Price is right and spaces are accessible.
Restrooms & Showers were fine. Our site was level, well shaded average size. Most of the sites had some shade and looked level. We actually got to picked it. Site and road were gravel and well maintained. Internet was good the first few days and the went to pot so we switched to our own. It is just off of I-90 but we didn't notice any noise. Good park well maintained, we'd stay again. Stayed for a week. Camp host and people in office very nice.
We did not stay but had reservations and pulled in. They gave us a 30-amp site and we thought we had reserved 50-amp. They did refund our money. The road is dirt and dusty. The sites are not wide and have dirt with a little gravel. There was no grass and no shade. They advertise a water park but it is with the motel and there is a fee charged. We went next door and things were great.
Restrooms & Showers were clean. Site was fairly level, one jack sunk 6", cracked a board. Sites nicely spread out and some have shade. State Park, asphalt road, one way. Quiet Park. Would definitely camp again.
Open park. Closer to Custer State Park and the Wildlife Loop than Rushmore Shadows. Stayed a week on Passport Rates. Our rig is almost 40'. The site they put us in was supposed to be 55 but we had to park our car in the next site. Friendly people not a bad location. Just outside the Black Hills. Would stay again.
Some shade. Restrooms clean, Shower water barely warm. Good location, across from the missile headquarters, about 10 miles from the Badlands Visitors Center. Just off of I-90. Internet signal is low, we're using our own. Probably could not hookup to theirs. They have a plug to combine two 30-amp circuits but our management computer is too smart and only sees 30. Might stay again. Might try a different campground. Sites are good size. Staying 1 week.
Passport rate, includes tax and utility. Nice people run park. Very open, no shade. Road to get to place very dusty. Saw a golden eagle and jack rabbit. Would stay again. WiFi worked great, very fast. Clean showers and restrooms. Offers phone for local or calling card.
We stayed two weeks. Would stay again. Located about 15 miles from Deadwood/Lead and from Spearfish. Very open no shade. New. Part of the park is on a hillside and would give a lovely view. They had had a lot of rain the week before so no one was on the hill. Park was empty. The most vehicles at one time was less than ten. Showers and Restrooms were clean but the women's shower water was not hot. Sites were gravel with grass patios.
Will not stay again. We think Custer State Park might be a better choice. Great if you are visiting MacDonalds Farm, Reptile Garden, or Bear Country. Sites are grass. Membership park. Located about halfway between Rapid City (grocery stores) and Sight Seeing places, about 15 to 20 miles. Staff was okay, not real friendly. Showers are free but timed.
The sites are paved and around 60 feet. Full Hook up. Sort of hard to spot from the highway. Across from the Wal-Mart. Sites are nice size and shaded. The honor system. Police patrol the area for safety. Good place to stop for a couple of days or overnight.
Only six sites. Behind the store and one site beside it. Great for stopping overnight. We stayed for 5 nights because the KOA in Salina had flooded. People friendly and a good place to park. Convenient to McPherson with a lovely museum. Would stop by again.
This is an old KOA under new management. The facilities are old but well maintained. The sites for large motorhomes are in the open but there are other shaded sites. The sites are narrow. The people running the park are real nice. The WiFi worked well.
Showers are old and small. Men's toilets are not necessarily clean; may be because of someone using them. Good Sam's rating for bathroom seems high. For the price okay. Needs more gravel and dirt on the internal roads. It was raining when we pulled in. The car and RV got very dirty from the short drive in. Sites are level with concrete runners. Seems to be a good location for sightseeing.
We stay a month each time we're through Dallas in April and November. It is an old park but it is well maintained. It is well located for Dallas. Sites are asphalt with gravel patios. Some are more level than others. Most of the people are working people with a few day stops. The park seems to be mostly full but we can usually get a site. We do make reservations.
For a park that does not have a pool or other entertainment amenities it is very nice. You are directed to your site and get all the help you could want. The sites are long for those that wish to pull in with the tow attached. The overnight or weekly sites are narrow and there are no hooks in the showers. The proximity to I20 is good for getting in and out but there is the downside of high way noise. We stayed a week to see some things in town and get caught up on house and book work. The WiFi worked very well.
We actually did not stay and do not understand why it got a good rating from Trailer Life. We pulled in, looked around and left. The park was dusty, both the park and the road to the park. Our unit wasn't very dirty before we pulled in but was filthy when we left. The men's restroom smelled and had no toilet tissue. There were curtains less than a foot from the toilets. The showers looked okay but one had a folding chair to put things on and the other nothing. Several clothes washers had the remains of rugs that were washed in them.
This is a really nice park and the owners are working every day to improve it. They have a way to go yet. In the month we were there it rained for 4 days straight and the park was not flooded. There were some large pools but nothing you couldn't avoid. This is unlike traveling down the highway through Carlsbad, every intersection was flooded. The owners put on a breakfast every Saturday and some Sundays for $3 of less and had a campfire with marshmallows every Friday and Saturday night. The restrooms were cleaned every day. We would stay again. The owners really care if you have a good time. The pull-through we had was nice and wide. The sites are level and some have shade trees. Cable is extra.