This park is only two years old and still making improvements. The roads and sites are crushed limestone and do have some standing water. The facilities are clean and they do have an outdoor pool with hot tub. The major drawback is they don't have many rules that anyone follows, they allow truck campers, pop-up campers, tents and large RVs mix together on any site. They had a motorcycle rally while we were here and allowed many motorcycles driving through the park and stay on sites next to seasonal campers. Also speeding (posted 5 MPH) seems to be a problem, but overall I would recommend this park if in area.
I can only think the previous reviews were people that can't hear. This is the noisiest campground I have visited in the last three years. There is a Harley motorcycle dealership near the exit and a UPS depot right up the road plus numerous trucks roaring by day and night. Several workers spend the winter here so the water hookups are insulated against freezing. They do offer the "big five" electric, water, sewer, wifi, cable TV, but the roads and sites are gravel. I would look for another campground in the area.
This is a typical state park campground that is designed for family camping NOT RV'ing. There is very poor cell and internet service in this area. Campground is in a state forest on a lake 12 miles from nearest shopping. Very quiet campground except on weekends.The park has full service hookups, blacktop roads and level gravel sites. Most campers behaved quite well considering there was no-one at the gate or in the park most of the time.
There are only 12 sites available to those who don't camp by the month. The roads are concrete but the sites are gravel/clay mix and "track in" when wet. This park has all the amenities including a pool. There is no road or train noise but lots of coming and going by all the "snowbirds" heading to south Texas. The town is small with very few restaurants, but they do have a couple of fast food joints and a small Walmart.
This campground is very close to I-35 with lots of noise from trucks. Sites are partial gravel and grass with holes and standing water when it rains. The roads in the park are "blacktop" and wide enough for big rigs. Many long terms in the rear of the park away from the noise. This park is only good for an overnight stay on the way south/north. Many other RV parks in the area that might be better.
This campground is in the middle of the city and the city roads are narrow and hard to maneuver. All sites are back in with concrete pads. I would not recommend this park to anyone unless they needed to stay close to downtown Independence, Missouri. There are no activities or pool.
This Casino RV park has all facilities but does not have shade trees. A shuttle runs to casino or you can also walk. This park is out in an open field with lots of noise from all the construction going on. The train tracks are very close and you can hear the whistle and rumbling several times a day. There are many RV's coming and going each day.
This park is located very near Hwy 59 and is very noisy. Roads have some gravel with big holes but the sites are concrete. Park management is only available sometimes but checks each morning for new campers. Don't stay here if you don't like a lot of truck noise. Many permanent park models and campers, pull-thru's are in back of park.
This campground is not big rig friendly, the roads are gravel and the sites have very little gravel. The couple that runs the park is very helpful but are unable keep up with the needed repairs. Mostly workers stay here. It is very hard to get satellite dishes to work because of trees. I would not recommend this park to anyone. They only have 4 - 50 amp sites and a few sewer sites.
This is a typical casino RV park with full hookup, concrete roads, and pads. RV's come and go everyday normally not spending more than one or two days. There are no activities or bathrooms unless you go to casino. Even though park is near I-35 there is little noise from highway.
This campground is across the road from a large lake off I-35 north of Des Moines, Iowa. You cannot see the lake from the campground. The campground roads are gravel and so are the sites. The campground is surrounded by cornfields and very quiet. If you are looking for a pool or activities this is not the campground for you.