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02/2014
rating [ 5/10 ]
We stayed here years ago when it was being developed and it was off to a great start, but things have changed. The folks working here were very helpful, but the sites sloped and the motorhome didn't have enough jacks to level without driving up on blocks too. Our site had washed with the rains and while it dried well, it had deep ruts. The electrical connections were almost on the ground and a couple sites wouldn't accommodate my coach because of that, I couldn't plug the surge protector in. The price was WAY too high for what is offered here. Highway noise from I-95 was incredible! Campers were not picking up after their dogs so there were a lot of piles to look out for too. I'm sorry to say I doubt we'd stay here again.
01/2014
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is the second time we've stayed at this park and would stay here again when we visit Ft. Rucker. The owners are on site and very helpful. I needed a phone line to transmit a medical device's data and they went out of their way to help me do that in their office. The park is well run and neat. Sites are level and power hookups are modern and strong. Workcampers and staff were all helpful and friendly. Laundry and showers were all clean and functional. The park is a very pleasant place to stay and offers many amenities. We would definitely stay here again.
01/2014
rating [ 9/10 ]
We loved this park. We were in a waterfront motorhome site and the views were spectacular. The sites are fairly close together, but not smothering. This is an adult RV park so there are no playgrounds, pools, etc and that was what we were looking for. The sites were level and hookups were adequate. Very helpful staff and although many long-term residents are here, the place is well kept and neat. Very quiet and peaceful. We will definitely be back for a longer stay.
01/2014
rating [ 5/10 ]
This park is very crowded and sites are close together. The reviewer who said it appeared the layout was determined by the natural layout of the land was absolutely spot on. Lots of low hanging trees, but if you follow the instructions the office gives you, you can maneuver through without issues. Many long term residents of the park and many of them have trashed up the place. Dog pens in the yards and dogs let off leash. Owners not picking up after their dogs leaves piles of crap for you to watch out for. The staff was friendly and helpful. The park is close to town. Fires are allowed and the campers are so close together it becomes a smoke problem. You don't dare open a window. There is a community fire pit also that seems to smolder all day long. I wouldn't not stay here again. The park clearly had a following though and I'm glad they like it, that's why Baskin Robbins makes so many flavors.
05/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
I'd give this a 10, but since it doesn't have cable or pull-throughs, I figured some would take issue with it. The new owners have only been here a month, but have have done a great amount of work. Everything has a fresh coat of paint; all sites are well groomed with fresh gravel everywhere, with grass between sites. Sites are level, and hookups are excellent. Very helpful owners. Nicely treed with plenty of clearance for rigs with some sites open without trees. 50 and 30 amp available with clean power. 50 amp sites all back up to babbling brook. We loved our stay and will definitely return. Great mountain views from sites. A great experience. This is a quaint, quiet campground, not a resort. Close to lots of things for day trips. Don't miss the Great Sand Dunes Nat'l Park an hour away. I'd praise it even more, but I want my site available when I return......just kidding, we love it.
05/2012
rating [ 7/10 ]
We stay here every year going to and from Denver. Each year they continue to make improvements. Family owned and friendly. Very accommodating to our requests each time. This year they've added new gravel to some sites and concrete patios along with very modern hookups. Wifi and cable tv work great. We just love this park because of the rural quiet Kansas atmosphere. Not big for entertainment, but it provides the perfect overnight or rest day stop for us.
05/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is an exceptional RV park on a military base. We arrived after hours and the host was very helpful and came by to check on us after we set up. All sites are level and concrete. There is no grass or shade, but the breeze was great and the views of the mountains and city are great. Landscaping is gorgeous. No reservations are accepted, but we were able to get a nice site in the newest section. We really want to go back and stay here again. Security cruised the park regularly which is a nice feeling. Quick Stop/Class 6 store within walking distance. Excellent hookups for the motorhome. Easy in and out and accessible to town. We followed the "less stressful" entry instruction from the Military Campground Guide and it was longer, but very easy. There is some noise from the expressway, but the prevailing wind keeps it from being annoying. We'll definitely stay here again. Discount for having a Senior Access Pass.
05/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Excellent views, level sites, nicely spaced apart. Clean and well organized. Registration desk staff was polite, but not overly helpful with information about rules, etc. We asked and got the information. Desert terrain and beautiful landscaping. Adequate supplies at the camp store along with gifts. Resort pricing. No TV reception without a dish. Very convenient to tours and Page. RV wash available in Page, but nothing in the park. Boat rentals, etc are all here. We spent 5 days here and will stay here again. Great restaurant on the lake nearby. Individual and family bathrooms. Decent laundry facilities. Gas station on site to accommodate motorhomes, etc. Great paved interior roads and easy navigation for big rigs.
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