This is a fairly new RV Park, but still needs some work. We were there one night while traveling to our destination. The owner was a super nice guy. Unfortunately we got all hooked-up then discovered there was no power to the pedestal. My bad for not checking it first. We pulled forward to another space and everything worked well, but had to hook-up in the dark at that point, in the cold mid 30's. Good thing there was no wind. He needs to add a lot more gravel to the roads and spaces. There is way too much dirt, which could have been mud if it had rained. It is set back from the highway enough that noise was not an issue. No vegetation at all. Just dirt and gravel. The power pedestals were interesting. The owner saw them at a marina. They were originally designed for marinas. All of them were lit which was a nice touch, especially hooking up in the dark. They all had 20, 30 and 50 amp on each one. The water connection was a bit too low to the ground so I had to get down on the dirt to access it. Probably a good thing if you were hooking up from a boat. The power and water pressure were good. No cable. The Wi-Fi had a strong signal, but I never could connect to it. Not sure if too many were using it or if it just did not work. Every space is pull through and fairly level. I would be curious to see the progress he makes in another year or two. I would stay there again.
This place was outstanding! It is probably the nicest RV park we have ever stayed in. We have stayed in too many parks who use the name resort and are really dumps. But this place was a real resort. It is located 3.5 miles due south of the downtown River Walk area and the Alamo. I was attending a conference downtown and it only took a few minutes each way every day to get there. The office was fully stocked and the counter help was friendly. There is manicured grass and palm trees throughout the park. Even the gravel parking space had been raked prior to our arrival. Everything about this place was sparkling clean and well maintained. There were workers everywhere working on everything during the day, and total silence during the night. All of the roads through the park are paved. There was nothing here I did not like. If you like Mexican food, there was a very nice restaurant directly across the street. There is public transportation right at the entrance to the park. If you click on “View Park Specials” on their website, you can get a $25 coupon. We paid a weekly rate which worked out to about $33 per night with a Good Sam discount. I would stay here again anytime. I could envision myself wintering here after I retire.
This park was pretty close to the highway. We parked in space 43 way in the back corner and did not hear much highway noise. Most of the spaces are pull-through. $22 with a Good Sam card. Everything we used worked okay. There was dog waste everywhere. You had to be very careful about where you stepped. There is a horse barn where you can park your horse for the night. I had to do some light levelling since the space tilted slightly toward the front. From the shape and design of the office, it looks like it could have been a KOA many years ago. A very nice lady checked us in. If I was passing this way again and needed a one-nighter I would probably stay here again.
All of the spaces are very close together, but good for a one night stand. A nice park on the west side of Lubbock. $22 using a credit card, $20 or cash for pull-thru 30amp. The roads and sites are paved. We were there for one night while en route to our final destination. We did not use any of their facilities, although it looked nice and everything we used worked. I would spend the night there again but probably not want to stay there as a destination. The people in the office were very nice and helpful. There was a sign at the entrance that said Absolutely No Alcohol Allowed.
After you pull off the highway and turn down the little one-lane road, you are reminded of the old movie Deliverance. It almost looks like you are driving into the swamp, with banjos playing softly in the distance as you drive through the woods. A short distance later you arrive at a very nice looking RV park. The office was closed even though we arrived there early. But there were plenty of signs on the door telling you everything you needed to know. The Wi-Fi required a password, but with office closed there was no way to get a password. I hooked up to the cable TV, but there was no signal. 14 channels over the air. All of the spaces were pull-through and level. There was nice landscaping with a lot of grass and trees throughout the park. Since it was at least a quarter mile off the highway it was very quiet. A sign on the office door warns of 80 psi water pressure and to make certain you use your water pressure regulator. There were no other amenities we could see. There was a small building that looked like it might be a laundry but I did not check it out. I'm not sure i would stay there again. Since I had reserved and paid for the space online, I ended up paying for Wi-Fi and cable but received neither.
Gravel pull-through, level sites. WiFi worked well. Did not try the cable TV. The staff was more than friendly and helpful. We stayed one night in a 26’ travel trailer. I would stay here again mostly because it is convenient, well maintained and clean. Nothing special or fancy, but a great place for an overnight while traveling to your destination. A lot of restaurants and shopping close by. It is far enough away from the Interstate that we heard no noise. The rate we paid was with the Cabela's Card discount. Total was $27.48 for one night.
What a delightful surprise. This is a Gering city park with 35 RV spaces with full hookups. This park is located on the south end of the Scottsbluff area, Spaces are level concrete pads surrounded by manicured grass, trees and bushes. All of the spaces are huge. Each space has a picnic table, wifi and cable tv. It is located very close to the Scotts Bluff National Monument. It is far enough away from the highway and any train tracks so noise is not an issue. We stayed one night in a 26’ travel trailer. I would / will stay here again.
We ended up here mostly by chance. Looking at various sites ahead on the iPhone, this one seemed to be about the right distance from where we were to be a good place to spend the night. We called about two hours out and told them what time we expected to arrive. She said there would be a nice space waiting for us. All spaces are pull-through so we didn’t bother unhooking, just pulled in and hooked up. The space was monstrously huge. This place has all of the amenities, hot tub, laundry, miniature golf, adjacent restaurant, vegetable garden, Wi-Fi and friendly staff. The Wi-Fi did not work for us. I think we were too far from the antenna and I was too tired to play around with it. Besides, I had my own Wi-Fi hotspot card with me. All of the hook-ups worked as they should. There is a large vegetable garden. They told us to go pick whatever we wanted. We ended up with some cucumbers, green beans, and a few others. Close to the highway, but very quiet. Next door is a wonderful restaurant with homemade fried chicken. It had a full buffet as well as a full menu. Excellent food! We will stay there again when we are in the area.
Our space (107) slopes badly toward the rear: rear stabilizer fully extended and front stabilizer barely extended 4.5” rise to bring right side up to level. Most spaces looked fairly level. All spaces are gravel with a lot of grass around picnic table and fire ring at each space. No cable. Five over-the-air channels with one network, two or three PBS, and one or two others. Power cord extended 25’ under trailer to shared hook-up box. I had always thought about getting an extension cord but never really came close to ever having to use one. I will get one (or make one) prior to our next outing after this experience. Delivered 122 volts the entire time. Sewer and water were perfectly placed for our trailer. Water was good. We do use a filter. Water pressure seemed low, but tolerable. I was too lazy to take a pressure reading, and it was mostly okay. The park is immaculate. It has the right amount of manicured grass and trees. The staff was very friendly. I used the clubhouse bathroom. It was also immaculate. No paper towels. Just a blow dryer – which I can’t stand. I did not use the showers, but they looked nice and clean. A very quiet park, even though it was “Bike Week” and the place was full of loud Harleys. We stayed here for free. We had to listen to a 90 minute, low pressure presentation on one of the camping clubs. Gated and closes at 10 pm. You get an unlock code in case you return late.
Located about 15 miles North of Topeka KS. There is nothing I can say about this place that is bad. Everything is spotless. Everything worked properly. All spaces are level and concrete paved. Staff was super friendly. Wi-Fi was good. Lots of grass, no dirt. We knew we were going to be late and called ahead. The nice lady gave us a space number and it turned out to be a great space. I think all of the spaces were pull-through. Kind of nice when you’re really tired and it’s raining outside. The RV park is attached to and part of a casino complex with a full buffet as well as a steak house. We ate at the steak house when we were Eastbound and ate at the buffet on the return trip. Both were excellent. While at the RV park, they will come pick you up and take you to the casino. When you are ready, they will take you back to your RV. It is walkable, maybe a hundred yards. The ride was nice in the rain. I tried to tip the driver and was told they do not take tips. We will stay here again.
We weren’t sure what to expect here, but took our chances anyway since it was located close to where we wanted to be. This used to be a very old trailer park. The new owners took it over a couple of years ago and it is now an RV only park. Because it had been a trailer park in the past, all of the spaces are quite large. All spaces are 50 amp. As we were backing in, someone came running out with a 50 amp to 30 amp adapter and had us hooked up before I could even get out of the truck. He asked us to drop the adapter off at the office on our way out. I had an adapter in my tool box but I did not say anything since this older guy had done all of the work hooking us up. Lots of grass and trees, no dirt or mud. Very pleasant atmosphere. There wasn’t anything about this place we did not like. Other than a nice laundry, there really are no amenities like a pool or tennis courts. The Wi-Fi was strong and dependable. The over-the-air TV had excellent reception. Our reservation was for two nights just in case we did not care for the place and wanted to move on. We ended up staying there for five nights and cannot wait to stay there again. What an unexpected treat this place was.
Staff was very friendly and helpful. It sits at the base of the foothills just outside of town. The Big Thompson River runs right along the edge of the property with many spaces right next to the river. Wi-Fi worked well and the speed was good. Cable TV signal seemed weak on several channels. Being just prior to the Memorial Day weekend, the place was spotless and well manicured. Many shade trees throughout and each space seemed to have plenty of room without being too close to neighbors. We were in a nice pull-through with our trailer. AT&T coverage was very good – four bars. Bathrooms & showers were older, but were spotless. Staff dropped off some firewood for us to use. I checked the water pressure, and it showed 60 psi. It tasted good with a charcoal filter. We were here for two nights. We will stay here again.
I liked the fact that the spaces were not on top of each other. No one seemed crowded. That was excellent. The water, sewer and electric hookups were all good. The place was clean as a whistle. Each space had a clean picnic table. They did have a lot of activities, putt-putt golf, pool, playground, BBQ's, bon fires, breakfasts, tons of things to do for young parents and their small children. It is a hilly parking lot: not a single blade of grass in the entire place. Just gravel and pine trees. Not a single level space. Walking around we saw many brave attempts at getting RV's level. There was one RV up on several two by fours under the tires on one side. We stood here trying to figure out how on earth he got it up onto the boards. It looked precarious at best, especially since the 2x4's were narrower than the tires. Ours wasn't as bad, but it did take all of our leveling boards to get it close, but not quite, level. While walking around the campground, we encountered numerous whiffs of sewage at the Southern end. The staff was friendly although I'm not sure I would have put an older couple next to the playground with screaming kids. This campground is right next to the Interstate highway. The highway noise was worse than you would expect since the highway at that point is going up a fairly steep grade causing the semi trucks to shift to lower gears making for even more noise as they climb the grade. Other campgrounds, please take note: older adults usually do not care to listen to screaming children. We did it when we were younger and once was enough. Do not assign spaces next to playgrounds to older campers! There was no cable TV or Wi-Fi. Using the antenna and antenna amplifier, we could only receive two English speaking stations and six or seven Spanish channels. One of the English channels was PBS, the other was NBC in Colorado Springs. This is a private resort campground, but it came up short of our expectations. When our adult child was younger I think we might have enjoyed the place with all of its activities for children. As older Baby Boomers, it just wasn't quite our style. We are after peace and tranquility. This place was anything but peaceful or tranquil. It was more like camping in an amusement park. I have nothing against small children: I was once one myself, so I'm told. I just don't want to pay to listen to them scream for hours on end. The place had a lot of pluses, but none we would enjoy. I can’t complain too much since we were staying for free (I had to enter $1 since this website will not accept a zero). It was part of a 90 minute membership presentation. I think some of our disappointments might have been more because of our style and age, not so much the park.