We stayed here for a week while doing some touristy things in the Black Hills. It was a very basic park, no amenities. They had just put a bunch of new water piping in, and it was muddy in areas. The hook-ups were very oddly configured making it hard to hook up all things at once. The water and electric were usable at the same time, but the sewer hook up was about 20 feet in front of the water and electric. We had to use our tanks while there, and unhook and move forward to dump the tanks when we were ready to leave. The Wi-Fi did not work for us even though we were right next to the office. Although it was the cheapest we could find in the area, we really got what we paid for. Will look elsewhere next time.
This could be a very nice park. It is next to a very nice lake. Nice tree cover and nicely situated off the interstate. I gave it a low rating because of a few reasons. We never actually met anyone that worked at the park. The park was a complete "mud hole", dirt roads and sites. The road going into the park was a mess, large chuck holes, mud ankle deep. The actual park was in total disarray with a cleanup very necessary. I would not recommend this park at this time, maybe when the city gets it act together and cleans it up.
Very nice park. Friendly workers and staff. They have very large sites, lots of space between sites. Picnic table at each site. The pull-through sites are gravel, but level. Back in sites are concrete and nicely situated. I would have given it a higher rating except for the cost, pretty high, although KOA's seem to be over priced. We probably would not stay here again, there are less expensive parks in the area.
Very nice park, very nice view of the Missouri River. The site was fairly level, and the hookups were nicely set-up. Lots of space between sites with a picnic table at each site. We ate at the restaurant in the hotel/resort and the meal was acceptable. We would stay here again.
This is a nice park for an overnight stay. There was no one working at the park - self check-in. The park seemed pretty well kept. I like to see people that work at the park, it gives a more secure feeling - thus the lower rating.
The friendliest park on the coast. Great hosts, wonderful owners(live on site), and the cleanest laundry and bathrooms I have ever seen in a park. Clubhouse and pavilion are perfect, and the pool is spotless. We will be back.
Our usual stop on our way home. Lots of rain in the area, so there was lots of mud, water, and mess. The sites are not very level, and the roads need some work, lots of potholes. OK stop for one night.
Our usual stop on our way north. Love Lamberts, so have to stop. Only planned on one night, but stayed 4 nights because of weather up north on our path home. Nice folks, helpful. Gravel roads and sites, sites are level and have plenty room. Picnic table at site.
This is our first time here, and we were very surprised that it was as nice as it is. Beautiful area, very clean, and well laid out. We have a 39ft. motorhome and there is a very narrow and scary bridge coming in, but there is another entrance up the hill on Hwy 64. We were here in November so the water was turned off, but everything was there. We will return.
Very nice park, clean and neat. The sites are gravel, but very level and in great shape. I would have given a ten only the sites are rather narrow, and the unit next to us was very close. We stayed for one night and will come back in the future.
Easy on and off I55. Nice park, fairly quiet, but can hear the interstate traffic. Sites are gravel, but level. Helpful staff. Lambert's is close so we had a great dinner there. Great for an overnight stay.
This is our third time here. It works for us as an overnight on our way home. The sites are gravel, somewhat uneven, and small. Not a lot of people here so it is quiet except for the interstate highway noise. Nice people, very helpful, and the place is clean.
We stayed here for the winter months: snowbird. The place is amazing, and the people are super great. All dogs are kept on a leash and the campers are very responsible about cleaning up after the pet. The park has some open sites, small trees, and some sites in the tall trees. The roads are gravel but very well maintained, as well as the sites. The clubhouse is neat as a pin, and lots of activities throughout the winter months. The hosts setup outings for the campers as well as a free cookout every third weekend of the month. The laundry room and bathrooms/showers are spotless. Love this place, and will be back.
The campgrounds are clean and well maintained. The pull-thru sites are short and we had to unhook our toad to fit into the site with a 39ft. motorhome. The bathroom/shower was clean and looked new. Only one shower/bathroom for the whole park, not enough. The sites are gravel, but level and flat. The staff and owner seem friendly and helpful.. I would stay again for an overnight stay because it is easy on and off I-55.
Super nice park. Very clean bathrooms and showers. Lots of activities in the clubhouse, and a meal/cookout provided by the owners every third weekend of the month. Very nice pool, and pavilion. The sites are level, and clean, with plenty of space.