Next to a highway several blocks north of Scott City but fairly quiet, especially after about 10:00; rural RV parking under nice shade. Very nice and helpful lady at check-in. No showers or restrooms available so be self-contained, no playground equipment for kids, but that was OK since I don't have any. Not much gravel and no cement pads but it wasn't dirty or muddy.
The RV part of the motel was muddy and in poor condition. Sewer hookups were pipes about 6" to 18" above ground depending on the site--there was no way to drain a holding tank. I was told the elevated openings were for "big rigs." Even the one big Class A, who had trouble getting into the site, couldn't hook up to the sewer. When I asked about a shower, I was told to come across the highway to the motel office to get a key to an empty motel room. Since it was the last room on that wing and was close to the RV parking, maybe it's used for the RV park, but it wasn't offered until I asked. The toilet in that room was dirty. There was an old 5th wheel skirted in like a permanent resident. There are several feet between each utility hook-up so extra-long hoses and electrical cords are necessary unless you park off of the parking pad as I did. This was the most I have ever paid for an RV site that was also the worst. For what they charge, I would expect something much nicer. The woman at the office who checked me in was difficult to understand and didn't understand anything I asked her. I would stay at the rest area out on I-135 if I were ever in the area again rather than stay at this RV park.