Small, family run RV park. Over half of the sites are "Long termers". Electricity, water pressure, and Wi-Fi are weak. Traffic noise from I-77. Friendly staff escorted us to our site and allowed us to change when the site we were assigned to was next to a tent and a surplus army 2 1/2 ton truck still with army markings. Sites and roads are good gravel and sites were somewhat level. Some more than others. We have stayed here when the pool was open. It was large and clean. Some turns are tight for our 43' RV and some recent tree growth was close to the roof and slides. Nice, convenient over night stop campground. The owner stopped by to thank us for staying. We will stay here again.
Formally known as Endless Caverns RV Resort. This is one of the most beautiful campgrounds we have ever stayed in. It is neat, clean, well landscaped, and well maintained. We were here in late October and the foliage was near its peak.The rate represents an off season special. All employees were very helpful and friendly. We were escorted to our site and he checked out the water, sewer, and electricity to make sure they were OK. The sites are some of the largest we have seen. The one we were in (as were most) was more than long enough for our 45' MH and toad. It was 40' or 50' wide. The campground is built on the side of a mountain which makes for a beautiful campsite but is a bit troublesome to navigate. The office is on top of a hill also and where to go and park with a big rig is not well marked. I think this would be very troublesome in the summer when they were busy and the parking lot at the office was full. Come prepared with supplies because the "store" is a beautiful souvenir shop. WiFi was weak and spotty but my Verizon MiFi was 4G and strong. OTA TV was almost nonexistent. We stayed longer than planned and will return off season to explore the the area and caverns.
This "campground" is for folks having service at the Winnebago factory. About 15 sites at the service center have 50 amps, as do about 10 sites at the welcome center. Sites in the "rally area" have only 30 amp, but the OTA TV is better. Water and dump station are located at the rally campground. Rally sites are pull through and gravel with about 20' of grass between sites which are graveled for four RVs during the rallies, but normally only one RV per site is used. Rally area is quiet, neat, and clean but not fancy.
Park is neat and clean. Sites are long and wide. Much grass but was dry (very dry year). Had a nice view of a corn field. Some shade in places. Pool was closed for the season but looked nice. Great office and snacks (nachos and pizza), clean laundry. Park rules were not unreasonable nor were they emphasized. Would have given it a 10 had it not been for the traffic noise of I-80 and the poor water pressure which fluctuated. Office staff said they were on a well and will be upgrading. The dog free run area was small but they had one.
The rate cited is PA. Fairly level parking lot with hook ups. There might have been grass had there been rain or water. Closes for the winter on Oct 1. Only one over the air TV station could be received with our "Jack" antenna. There were only 6 other campers. Sites are narrow but long. Small children's playground and dried up dog walk. Acceptable for an overnight stay. The other campground in North Platte is twice as much but nicer. We might stay here again.
We can only repeat what others have said. Excellent paved roads, level paved pads, good voltage and water, awesome friendly hosts and employees who were very helpful. Restrooms were modern, well constructed, and clean as were the several laundries. Nicest public park we have seen and rivals most private parks. The lake in the park has a "swimming beach" and fishing and boating areas. Very close to commercial areas. Road noise is there, but not a problem. The $9 entry fee and charge for showers seem excessive.
Good gravel roads. Flat sites long enough to stay hooked up to toad. Great laundry. Good cable was extra. Close to I-70 but not noisy. Miniature golf course had two reindeer wondering around on it so I doubt it could be used (bring a shovel). Dog owners beware: there were many sand burrs on the sites. Many areas of stored items (junk). Good for an overnight. We would stay again.
Camp store person answering the phone was rude. Sites were small and crowded. Camp was clean and well kept. Laundry was small (5 washers and 3 dryers) but clean. Campground was sandwiched between a bus yard and an RV store. Little shade in places. Few 50 amp sites. We moved after the first night. Would not stay there again.
Beautiful, wooded setting, very clean and well kept. Peaceful and quiet. Slight noise from freeway and an occasional train but not bothersome. No cable , few over the air channels (I only got ABC and FOX). Pull throughs are long and level, but narrow. I could not put out my awning. I would ask for a back in. Some back to back hookups. Friendly, helpful hosts. Pool was closed.