This campground has a lot of potential if it was looked after. The roads are rough with potholes and very dusty on a windy day. Wi-fi did not reach our site. However, the main problem is the outright rudeness and unwillingness to meet the needs of the campers by the people running it. A change in attitude or hiring of more friendly staff could help in making it a better place to stay, but I guess when it's the only one in the city, the owners really don't care.
Built after the 1997 massive flooding of Grand Forks, it has to be one of the nicest parks we have ever stayed in. The roads are paved and the sites are level and spacious, affording privacy. Well looked after, it provides for a great place to stay. We extended our time there. You can walk to nearby restaurants and yet still feel you are removed from the town. There are walking and biking trails as well as some television channels and WiFi internet. Many sites can be reserved online but they also have a number of first come, first served non reservable sites. We stayed for 6 nights and plan to go back in September.
We stayed for a week in a bridge view sight and the view was spectacular! The camp is well run with friendly and helpful staff. The sites are very close together, and our 35 foot trailer with the two slideouts took up almost the entire site. Wifi at the campsite was intermittent at best. Because of the view and location, we would stay here again.
This is a very nice park located on a lake within city limits. The site we had with full hookups was paved and spacious with lots of room for our 35 feet and two slides. The sites are not very close together so there are no neighbors breathing down your neck. There are many beautiful tall pines in this park. Television was very limited and there is no WiFi available, perhaps the only two drawback to this park. Staff is courteous and helpful, maintaining the facilities well. We would definitely stay here again.