We stayed here in July, when the park was close to empty because of the extreme summer temperatures. We had a full hookup with electric, water, and sewer. The swimming pool is beautiful. The park is extremely well-maintained and quiet. The restrooms were spotless. I would definitely stay here again.
This park is relatively expensive, but is money well-spent. J & H won the "Best RV Park of the Year" award. We stayed in the first pull-through in the park under a large oak tree. We had a full hookup complete with electric, water, cable TV, and sewer. The park has numerous trees that are over a hundred years old. There is an absolutely beautiful water fountain near the front of the park. You must be 55 years old or older to stay here, which was a plus for us. This is one of those parks where one might say, "I would sure like to stay her again."
This park is relatively expensive, but is money well spent. We plan to stay here again. It is located far away from the highway and on a river. There are a lots of deer who wander near the park. There are trees that are hundreds of years old. The site we had was a wide and long pull-through complete with electric, water, cable, and sewer. There are approximately 8 one-person restrooms which are private and locked. They are complete with toilet and shower and are immaculately kept. We've stayed in many RV parks from coast to coast, and believe this is without question one of the best.
The man who checked us in was very friendly. We had a pull-through with electric, water, cable, and sewer. WiFi is available for free. The park is very clean and has an elaborate "dog run." There are a lot of trees and plenty of green grass The restrooms are absolutely spotless. It is in a rustic setting with a train crossing nearby. There are a lot of permanent residents who work for the highway department and leave early for work. I would happily stay in this park again.
The lady who checked us in was very helpful, friendly and personable. This is a very clean park with gravel roads and sites. There is green grass and trees next to the main road leading into the park. We had a full hookup with electric, water, and sewer. We were amazed at how many TV channels we could pick up with an amplified digital antenna. There were lots of pull-through sites, which were long and wide. It is very quiet and close to numerous restaurants. We plan to stay here again.
The park is very rural with a tree-lined, fast-flowing stream on one side and corn fields on the other. The spaces and roads are gravel and are very well kept up. We had a full hookup with electric, water and sewer. You can pick up many TV Channels with an antenna. The sites were pull-through and were long and wide. The owner has 2 RV Parks, which are about 2 blocks apart and are under the same name. I would highly recommend this park to others.
We stayed here on a Saturday night and found that their "free Pancake breakfast" as advertised was not available on Sunday. We opted for eating dinner in their cafe which is in the front of the RV Park where you check in. We had barbecued ribs, smoked baked potato, corn and cake for dessert--all for $18. There was no cable TV, but we were able to pick up lots of channels with our antenna. We had a full hookup with electric, water, and sewer. The park is very clean with lots of green grass and plenty of mature trees. It is in a very rustic setting. I would recommend this park to others.
The sites were very long and wide and there were many pull-throughs. We had a full hookup with electric, Water, cable, and sewer. WiFi is available for free. There are lots of trees and plenty of green grass. Directly in the back of the park, there is a pasture with horses. The staff was friendly. The park is quiet. I would recommend this park to others.
This park is primarily for mobile homes, but has a lot of empty spaces. We had a full hookup with 50 amp electric (need adapter for 30 amp), water, and sewer. The spaces are very long and wide. There is lots of green grass throughout the park. It is very well kept up and is extremely quiet. The staff is very friendly, helpful and personable. I did not ask about bathrooms when we checked in, but did not see any. I would recommend this park to others.
The lady who checked us in gave me a map of Wyoming and gave directions to our next stop without being asked. This is probably the quietest park we have ever stayed in. There is a lot of green grass on each site. The RV park owns a playground/park across the street, which is very nice. I would stay here again.
This is one of the nicest sites we've ever stayed in. The views of the river and mountains are spectacular. There is a grass area between sites. The restrooms are immaculate. There is free access to a spa next door if you ask for a key. Restaurants are also right next door. A woman who lives in the park gives sled dog presentations, which we attended and enjoyed.
Staff is very friendly and personable. They had lots of TV Cable channels and Wi-Fi with excellent reception. The pull-throughs are very long and there is plenty of space on each side. The staff even recommended a local Chinese Restaurant that we were happy with. They will service your RV here,and have excellent laundry facilities, car wash, pet wash, and even gas & propane. We liked this park enough to extend our stay to 4 days. I would highly recommend this park to everyone.
RV Park has long pull-throughs with cable, sewer, water, and 30 Amp Service. There were a lot of trees and an excellent restaurant and bar. We ate dinner there and thought the chef prepared very delicious meals. They also had an Italian Buffet for $17, which we chose not to partake in. The employees are very friendly and helpful.