We got a friendly greeting from the owner. Yes, you really can drive the semicircle in front of the office. The sites are level gravel. There is easy access from highway but watch the dip as you exit. There is a 50 cents to use the shower for 6 minutes. The exercise equipment is outdated and broken. There were lots of rabbits in the evening. It is okay for an night stopover. We used our Passport America discount.
There are level gravel sites. Both back in and pull through sites; some shade; attractive plantings with trees trimmed up high enough to allow easy access for motorhomes and concrete patios. Some have car ports next to patio.The laundry had four washers and dryers. The family shower rooms are clean and good water pressure. It is close in town so it is convenient to Walmart and restaurants. We used a Passport America discount. We would stay here again.
Convenient access from I-10 if you follow directions in Trailer Life. Level dirt sites. Shape of office shows that this used to be a KOA. Many working semi-permanent trailers; bathrooms okay but well-used; most sites are pull-through. We would stay here again to visit the area.
Friendly office staff; 45' x 100' pull through sites; fairly level all grass sites; wifi works great; cable TV is $2 extra; rate quoted is Passport America without cable. We picked up the major networks with TV antenna (with DTV converter). Sweetbays and CVS nearby; campground is just off US 301 and 2 miles east of I-75; very quiet. Not much planned for kids but offers plenty of space for outdoor games. Seasonal activities planned for new clubhouse. Back in sites seem to have fairly permanent residents but they are neat and quiet. We stayed here several days and enjoyed the relaxation. We'd come back.
Friendly and informative couple at check in and visible throughout our stay. This was a good base for checking out the area; wifi is available at most of the eateries in town. Not much was going on in October but we did get to the Little White House, Callaway Gardens, and around the area; the whole town feels historical. This is definitely a place to go and chill; not much TV antenna reception. We'd stay here again if we are in the area.
We use this as a stop to and from FL; very convenient to interstate. If you want a level site and a good chance at wifi be sure to ask for the pull through sites up front; cable TV is a plus. Flying J and Cracker Barrel are at nearby exits but it's nice to have full hookups. Doesn't appear to be a very good place to spend any length of time.
This was our second visit to the park and we will return. TV antenna reception is acceptable, but wifi just doesn't work; modem hookup in laundry. On site couple is friendly and helpful. Get togethers on Tues. and Fri.; not golfers but it sounds like a good deal. Campground is almost 7 miles from Walmart and town but there's much to see in the area. Front loading washers and dryers (2 each) are only $1. Camping is a bargain at this Passport America CG.
Passport rate of $14 can be used for 3 days; they also accept Escapees which is $23 for a night. Beautiful campground for a day, week, or longer. Catch and release lake is a plus. Cable TV and Wi-Fi work great; level gravel sites with concrete patios, table, fire pit. Staff is friendly and helpful. We will return to this campground.
Following the directions we thought this would be a quiet campground in the country; not true because the road turns back and the campground backs up to I-65. We were on row L; the sites were level and long but we couldn't understand why there were speed bumps along the road going to those sites; there are many trees but the friendly office personnel seem to know the best spot for each camper. Wi-Fi worked great as did the cable TV. Campground is convenient to see attractions in the area.
We didn't have reservations and a tour was in the larger pull-through sites. The older sites required us to unhook and park next to the RV - which would have been okay but the neighbors had their slide out into "our" gravel. At 35' we barely fit but the site was fairly level, just very narrow. Campers receive a coupon to use at the casino; staff was friendly and helpful; restrooms and laundry were closed for repairs; food at the cafe was good - buffet dining room was too expensive. The trains definitely are noisy and cause vibration. We would return (with reservations for a larger site) to see the St. Louis attractions. 618-874-5000 (800) 777-0777
No frills park; friendly staff and locals; paved sites but grass in between is sparse and can be muddy if it rains; Wi-Fi gets weak as you move away from the office; trains run all hours and are blow horns. We stayed a week to see Truman and pioneer sites; also near Liberty and Jesse James Farm. Kansas City is a drive but not inconvenient. We have been here before and will come back again.
Be ready for the entrance since it is a driveway between businesses (and downhill). This park is quite convenient for visiting the very many sites in the area. The office staff is friendly and helpful; lots of food choices in the area. It was very quiet for being right on a main road. It's an RV park that could be a mobile home park but the residents are friendly but street parking is tight. Some concrete pads needed to be reconstructed. One site had a lot of mud. We'd come back here for the location and conveniences nearby.
Self-contained only, all pull-throughs, 30amp EWS. Easy access; on White Rock Rd. one block south of US 36, west side of Smith Center. Long gravel pull-through, table, cable TV, no Wi-Fi. Units must be self-contained. Road noise is minimal but there are many barking dogs in the surrounding homes and businesses. We stopped here to take the tour of Peterson Industries (Excel fifth wheels), see the monument to the “geographic center of the 48 states” in Lebanon, and drive to the “largest ball of twine” in Kyle. Nice, quiet spot to spend a few days.
Remember to take US 83 North exit. Friendly staff; convenient location with Wal-Mart and restaurants nearby. Wi-Fi and cable work great; trees encroached on our slides and the good gravel site filled with water after a rain; not all sites are equal. Road noise was most evident in early morning.
Shady level sites under mature trees; easy to find right on highway; minimal noise because there just isn’t that much traffic. Pull-through sites large enough for motorhome and tow; side by side hookups with one side 30 and the other 50 amp. It might be tight if both sites were taken. There is a mobile home park directly in the back identified as Eagle’s Rest Estates; it was quiet with about 20 permanent homes. No one in office – self registration; called for password on secure internet site which had a slow connect speed but sufficient for email and minimal surfing. Only got 2 weak analog (no digital) TV signals. Very convenient for touring the area museums in Chadron and Crawford. Small college in town which fosters several fast food and local restaurants. Wal-mart Supercenter right at the SE intersection of US 385 & 20 which would work for an overnight.
Rate is for Passport America. Cable TV is limited and lower channels do not come in well. No trees allow for wind to come through easily. Location is very convenient for visiting Southern Black Hills although most of the attractions are on 16 rather than 79. It is necessary to make the 20 mile trip into Rapid City for real groceries; Walmart, Safeway, and Thrift Store are all in town. We stayed almost two weeks and saw practically everything,but we did fill the toad gas tank several times; the area has much to offer. We would stay here again whether passing through or for an extended stay.
Owner offered helpful information on the area and took us around for choice of sites; this was a week after the Sturgis Rally. Even with the Good Sam discount it would be nice to pay less since we don't use all the amenities. Location is very convenient to Wal-Mart as well as touring the Northern Black Hills. This is a good spot to park a big rig and drive the winding roads to Lead and Deadwood; convenient to Devils Tower, Wyoming also. Many activities for kids, but not disruptive to retirees. We would come here again.
Campground was not what we expected; it needs some care; South Blvd is not marked well off of I-90. The office workamper was friendly and helpful. Cable TV was $1.50/night extra. We toured the area so didn't use any amenities. Laundry and office store were convenient.
Good and level gravel sites. Easy access to I-94 and also to SR 10 which goes right into Bismarck Expressway and WMSC. Clean laundry with one front loader and one top loader and two dryers. Beautiful sunflowers all around.