The best thing about this park, for us, was NO road noise. Sites are plenty wide enough, and many have a small deck with a picnic table, but turns were tight and some branches needed to be cut back. Also, entry/exit lane was long, but too narrow and would require one RV to pull onto grass if there was an entry and an exit at the same time. Shade trees were nice, but at the time of year we were there, the ones at our site were dropping a lot of acorns on the RV, and us. Large flocks of turkeys walking through the site and ducks in the pond were fun to watch, and didn't cause any noticeable mess, but we did not have a dog. Showers use quarters. Mail slots for long term residents were in the laundry room where anyone could have access to it. We enjoyed our 4 day stay, but left with some dents and mild scratches.
We spent one night here. Our Verizon internet card had full bars with 3G. Verizon phones had the same. Our site was level. There is a Camping World store next to the campground. This is a Passport America and Good Sam campground. Although we stopped here two days after the Balloon Fiesta we were denied the half-off discount. We were told it wouldn't be in effect until the next day and said so on their webpage. Be sure to call ahead if you are expecting a discount. The bathrooms were clean. I probably would stay here for an overnight stay again.
We stayed here for three weeks. The price per day is a result of the weekly rate. There is a nice view of Tucumcari Mountain. Verizon internet is only 1X and very slow so we used the campground's Wi-Fi. We were near the office and were pleased with the speed on the internet. Our Verizon phones worked well. The owners are friendly and helpful. They provide fresh, homemade muffins to campers in the office every morning. All sites are pull-throughs and ours was very level. They try to keep the site closest to the bathrooms for the elderly or handicapped campers. The laundry and bathrooms were always very clean. Although close to the freeway, traffic noise was not an issue. There was a lot of truck traffic, but it never kept us awake. There are plenty of restaurants nearby. We will stay here again whenever we are in the area.
We stopped here for an overnight stay on our way to Madison, SD. We planned on staying near Madison to complete our full timing residency. We liked it so much here that we decided to stay for a month. The price reflects the monthly charge. As others have stated, it is noisy here but the noise is so constant that it becomes a "white noise". You get used to it and it didn't bother us at all. The hosts were very attentive and friendly. They would often stop by to chat at night when we were sitting outside. This is a favorite campground for people getting long term treatments at the local hospital because it was so convenient. There is a convenience store across the street and a fast food restaurant next to the store. The other campers are friendly and we still write to a couple of them. We will stop here whenever we go through Sioux Falls.
We saw the fairgrounds sign while driving through Liberal and decided to see if they had a campground. They have 12 sites with new electric boxes for 30 and 50 amp. There are water and sewage hookups at each site. All of the gravel sites looked to be level. Payment can be made during office hours or left in the drop box on the north side of the Event Center. Hook up prices are as follows: electric only is $10.00 per night, water & electric are $15.00 per night and full hook-ups are $30.00 per night. There were county trucks and road-graders going by during the day but they didn't bother us. Verizon cell signal was 5 bars and our Verizon internet card was very fast at 4-5 bars. There are no obstacles to block satellite signals. We will stay here again. GPS coordinates are: N 37 02.826, W100 56.581
This is a beautiful city park that allows free camping. Donations are accepted. We spent one night here. Our site was level and had 50 and 30 amp hookups. There are no hookups for water or sewage. There is a dump station and a separate water spigot if you need water for your tanks. Verizon cell service was not good, probably because of all the beautiful trees. Because of the trees, I doubt if I would have been able to find a satellite signal. Our Verizon air card was unable to keep us online. We would stay here again if we were only going to spend the night.
The address is: 650 W 101st St N Valley Center, KS 67147. I couldn't find it on the website. The price listed was with a Good Sam's discount. Evidently the prices have been increased lately. Verizon cell signal was 'full bars' and our Verizon internet card was very fast. There were few trees so setting up a satellite dish should be a breeze. You might want to bring your own drinking water, the water here tastes terrible. It is a very nice park with mostly pull-through sites. The sites are adequately spaced and have nice picnic tables. Our site was level and the others looked to be. We left the toad attached and our jacks up as we were just spending the night. We would stay here again.
We stayed here for three days. It's very peaceful and quiet here during the week. Internet was good with our Verizon card. Verizon phones worked well too. The door knob on the restrooms was a little tricky, you have to wiggle it a little to get it to work. The wife and I had to clean the restrooms but this is the off season and we didn't mind. We will stay here again when in the area.
Price is with Escapees discount. A large campground that is close to Indiana Tollway 80. The road noise was not an issue. We were at the back of the campground closest to the Interstate and were barely aware of the sound. Verizon cell service was very good. Our Millicom internet card signal strength registered as 3 bars. Most of the sites were pull throughs. We stay here whenever we are in Elkhart because it is close to the RV service and surplus businesses.
We stayed here to sit out a storm and ended up staying three days. The owners' son was very courteous and helpful. The sites have adequate space and hook-ups were in good condition. Gravel sites with well mowed lawns had a paved driveway for a car. Verizon and AT&T phones had a full-bar signal. Our Verizon Aircard was very fast. Our site had excellent exposure to the South for our satellite TV. Passport America rate, $12.50 per day, is good for 7 days. Would stay here again.
This is our favorite CG so far. This was just going to be our first stop during our Winter's stay in Texas. We ended up staying for more than three months. Almost everyone we met was very friendly, we made many friends while here. There are three different areas to park your rig in. We stayed in the wooded area and our site was fairly level, nothing the jacks couldn't handle. We were able to use our 3 LNB Directv HD satellite dish but not everyone in our area could. The other two areas had a clear line of sight. We didn't bring a toad this trip, but it was never a problem. People were constantly asking if we needed a ride to town or if we'd like to go to a restaurant with them. There is a large, fenced in, dog run. We loved this place and plan on returning every winter.
We spent a week here. We picked this CG because there is a Dollar General store right next door. We did not bring a toad with us so it was very convenient. The workers were pleasant and courteous. Our only complaint was with the dirt roads in the CG. Winds were 15+ mph every day so there was a lot of dust everywhere. We would stay here again.
For those with GPS, the address is: 300 Lake Drive, Perryville, MO 63775. It was not listed on the info page and we had a devil of a time finding it in the dark. The address is the only thing we have to add to the other fine reviews as it is still dark out at 5:30 a.m. and we will be leaving in a few minutes. We stopped here on Thanksgiving night without a reservation. When we called there was a recording saying they were open with self-registration. It was dark when we got here and the sites were not lighted very well. We didn't realize that most of the sites were pull-through so we backed in. That was our own fault because we decided to park first and register after. The brochure at the registration booth clearly shows the pull-through sites.