We were greeted and shown to a site by a very friendly resident of the campground. The office was open 8-5 on the day we were there. Most of the sites with any shade appear to be occupied by long term residents. The park was very clean and neat. Our site had a very nice, level concrete pad for the coach and adjacent patio. The sites are very large. Most sites are grass and it appears that they are adding new concrete parking/patio pads. Hookups were in excellent condition and well placed. Wi-Fi worked well.
The park was clean and well kept. Most sites were gravel pads and roads were gravel. The entire area is level. Most sites had concrete patios with a picnic table. Most sites had ample room for a big rig to pull through. We chose to be in an end site which did no have ample turning room for our 36' coach to exit going forward. Had we been staying overnight, we would have chosen a pull through site ample for our rig. There were shade trees on the property and ample space for each camp site. Wi-fi worked well.
First impression was negative, as roads were old asphalt and sites were dirt. Found sites to be firm sand and hookups were good. Wi-fi was free and worked. There is a large, nice fenced area for a dog run. Turnaround was a bit tight for 36' motorhome with a car in tow. Bigger rigs could make it, but would need to use care to make the turn. The park served us well for an overnight stay. We arrived after the office closed in the evening and left before it opened in the morning. Instructions for parking and paying were clear.
The park had an excellent package of documents for us, who arrived late without a reservation. The office was closed, but a person with a "STAFF" t-shirt greeted us and led us to the site. All roads and sites are concrete. Sites are level with good placement of hookups. Grounds are well manicured. The park was relatively full, but quiet. There are few trees. Sites are close together, but it didn't feel cramped.
We camped in a pull through site that was adequate for our 36' motorhome. The site was a bit short to leave the towed vehicle hooked up overnight. Hookups worked well and were well placed. Site was almost level. Sites are gravel. There is a grassy area with lots of pine trees that is good for walking the dog. Most of the residents appear to be long term residents. The park served our purposes well. We would stay again.
The owner met us at the coach and directed us to the pull through site. We used the 50 amp electric hookup and the Wi-Fi. Both worked well. We did not use other facilities. The site was gravel and level. Access in and out was very easy in a 36' coach with a car in tow. Because of the season, we were the only RV in the park and parked at an easy angle to get in and out. We heard no noise from the nearby highway.
We stayed in this park two different times on a recent trip. We find it a great place to stop for an overnight stay during winter travel. We used only the 50 amp hookup and don't know about water or dump stations on the grounds. It is convenient to the highway, but far enough that there is no highway noise. The Wi-Fi was free and excellent at our pull through site. The camp hosts are very friendly, but you may not see them if you use the self registration system in the office.
Park was clean and neat. The large park nearby was a great place to walk or run. Dinner at the Holiday Inn within walking distance was excellent. Sites were paved and level. RVs must contain toilet and bathing facilities. There are no rest rooms or showers in the park. Access was tight with a 36' rig with car in tow. Some service pedestals are not placed well and may require long cords and adjustment of the location of the RV. Use care walking a dog in order to avoid areas with goat-heads (big stickers). There is a lot of noise from the highway, but it did not disturb our sleep.
This is a "mom and pop" owned and operated park. It is open year round. Our hosts were very friendly and helpful. The parking spot was level and access was very easy. The propane station was easy to access. There is a cafe within close walking distance. We did not go to the cafe. Water was available at the campsite in freezing weather, but the faucets are not heated. Hoses must be disconnected when water is not flowing in order to protect faucets from freezing.
We have stayed at this campground several times. Service and facilities have always been excellent. Fresh water hookups are heated. Even in late December, we were able to order fresh, hot pizza delivered to our door from the office.
Access was a bit tight to pull through with a 36' coach towing a car. Backing in was no problem. We only hooked to electricity and it was satisfactory. Park was quiet until morning when mowers in neighboring RV park started and trash truck emptied bins. The park was suitable for an overnight stay while visiting friends in Enid.
The $15 rate reflects a senior discount of four nights for the price of three. The park is a well groomed spacious area with mostly back in sites for RVs. There are lots of spaces available during the week. We have stayed at the park several times. We plan to stay there again.
The park is open year round. Many of the facilities are limited or shut down in the winter. The office was closed and no one returned our telephone call. We paid by leaving a check in an envelope and dropping it in a mail slot. We only needed a good place to park a 36' rig with towed vehicle. We need a place for the night that would supply electricity. There were lots of large gravel pads with electricity available. There was one dog that a resident allowed to roam. The dog only bothered me on arrival. There was ample room for me to walk our dog on leash in the park. The park served our purposes well.
This campground is pretty much a parking lot with hookups. It served our purpose well. The area is mostly gravel with a bit of grass in some spots. It is level and has room enough to accommodate big rigs. It is open all year. There was no manager on site. We paid with cash in an envelope at the locked office. We were the only campers in the campground. There was a weak Wi-Fi signal, but we could not successfully connect to the Internet via the campground Wi-Fi.
This campground is open year round. The owner lives on site and is eager to please. The campground is in the heart of Custer, and was very quiet when we were there. It was a tight fit to get our rig into the site in the evening and out in the morning. There was only about two feet of clearance on each side of the coach when we were parked. We have no slides. Fortunately, the park was mostly empty, allowing us enough turning room to exit our site in the morning. The Wi-Fi worked well and the electrical hookup was in good condition. We didn't use any other facilities. Most of the ground was covered with snow, so I don't know what comprises most of the surfaces. There were a couple of grassy areas where I could walk our dog.
This is the third time we have stayed at this park during the Christmas/New Year period. The park has served us well. For an overnight stop, the owner will allow a big rig to use several sites as a pull through. For longer stays, all sites require backing in. All drives and vehicles sites are asphalt. Sites are level and maintained well. The owner keeps the roads clear even in case of several days of snow. In winter, water hookups are underground in small silos at the back of the site. We used a 30' heated water hose that worked well with the underground faucet. The campground is located well for access to the city.
This is one of our favorite stops. It is a state park campground with excellent facilities for a large rig. We parked a 36' coach with towed vehicle and did not have to unhook the towed vehicle. The pads are level concrete and the utilities are placed well for hooking up. There is plenty of room on the gravel portion of the pull through sites to park another vehicle. There are nearby trails through the woods where the dog enjoys walks.
Park is open all year. A large part is closed off and some facilities are not available. There are ample sites for winter travelers. We are pleased with the campground for an overnight stop in the winter. We have stayed at the park twice in December. In winter, water is available at one faucet for overnight campers. It appears that water is available for long term campers.
I would recommend this campground as an overnight stop, a destination campground, or a long term home base. This is our third stay at this campground. Each stay was during cold weather. On each stay, we have discovered more amenities in the campground. Grounds are well kept. There is a variety of sizes and styles of sites. There are many pull through sites, and access was easy in our 36' coach with towed vehicle. Utilities are placed well. Water hookups have heaters and water is available year round. We even ordered a pizza from the camp store that was delivered to our site. There is not a dedicated dog park, but I found two areas where our dog could run off leash during the quiet season in November. The manager approved of the practice, and said he was working with the owner to implement a fenced area for dogs to run off leash.
I would recommend this campground for long term camping. There appear to be many long term residents. The grounds are well kept and facilities are in good condition. Our site was clean, level gravel. Electric pedestal, water hookup, and sewer hookup were in excellent condition and place properly. I would not recommend this campground for an overnight stay. There are only two sites allocated for overnight camping. There are no pull through sites. The office hours are very limited. The office is closed on Sunday. We never met any management or camp hosts.
This is a large campground with a variety of accommodations. Most sites are level and have gravel parking pads. The utilities at our site were not well placed, but electricity was accessible without an extension. We did not use water or sewer hookups. Staff was friendly and helpful. Park has a bus stop at the entrance and downtown is a 15 minute bus ride from the park. We were very pleased and recommend the campground.
We were fortunate to get a spot for one night without a reservation. The campground appears to be very popular with "winter Texans." Access to our campsite was pull through, but was a bit tight for our 36' coach with towed vehicle. The sites were very deep, but the road into our site required careful navigation to avoid tables and trees. The grounds were clean and well kept. Tables and hookups were in good condition. We would stay there again, but would call ahead for reservations.
This was a great stop for us. Most sites are long and level. All are pull through. We easily got in and out with a 36' coach and towed vehicle. A park across the street was a great place for our dog to run. Restrooms and water were closed for winter. The friendly police officer arrived at 8 p.m., to collect $7 for the night. He left his cell phone number in case we needed anything and said he would be on duty until 7 a.m. The park was less than one mile from I-70 and easy to find with a map.
We stayed during cold, snowy weather in December. Snow was cleared frequently. Provisions were made for water, sewer, electric, and cable TV to be available year round. This park is our place of choice to stay in Billings during cold weather.
The park is open year round. Camp hosts met us immediately and helped us park in the appropriate pull through site. The campground served our needs well. We needed a pull through site for one night with 50A electric hookup.
The campground suited our needs for an overnight stay. We chose to hook up with only electric service. Our site was paved, but most were grass or dirt. The owner was friendly. There were a few trees, but most sites were not shaded. The owner's dog were friendly, but were loose and a bit annoying. The campground was what I expected based on previous reviews.
This is a new campground. Roads and campsites are generous in size. All driving areas are concrete. Trees and vegetation are young and small. I heard no noise from the main highway. There was a train track close enough that I could hear train whistles, but I did not hear them inside the motor home with the windows closed. There is shuttle service to the nearby casino and to other nearby facilities.
This park has concrete streets and pads. The campground is laid out very well and easily accessible. I use it frequently as a place to stay while working in Houston. On weekends, there is a large flea market and swap meet on the large adjacent facility. During the week, the park is quiet.
We spent several nights in the campground. We have stayed there several times. Staff is courteous and help us park the coach. The parking space was ample for the coach and the towed vehicle. Good placement for hookups may require detaching the towed vehicle. There was a great field for walking the dog adjacent to the campground.
They accept only cash or checks. They do not accept credit cards. We spent one night in the park. It is definitely not a destination park for on site recreation. The whole park is a bit run down. The owner was courteous and responsive. The pads are grass, gravel, and some concrete strips for tire tracks. We used only 50 amp electric hookup, which worked fine. There is some noise from the highway, but it is not offensive. The park about 1/4 mile from the highway. We found it to be a pleasant place for an overnight stop.
This is a good destination site for lake recreation. Our site was gravel and concrete. It was spacious, level, and had good access to hookups. Entry and exit were easy. Parking near hookups requires detaching the towed vehicle. There were lots of trails and grass for walking the dog.
We spent one night in the campground while traveling. Sites were gravel and level. Site accommodated our coach and vehicle in tow. Hosts were cordial, led us to the site, and helped us park in the right spot for hookups. Electric and sewer were well placed and in good condition. Water hookup required a second hose to reach for our site and vehicle. Pet walk is ample grass area near the back fence of the park. We have stayed there twice and would stay again.
We spent one night at the park while traveling. The sites are long and easily accessible. They are not level, but we had no problem leveling our coach with the leveling system. There was a mowed path through a field for walking the dog. The campground was quiet and good for staying the night. There were no recreation facilities in the campground.
We spent several days in the park. We did not reserve before arrival and had to stay in a deluxe patio site to get full hookups. It was very nice and expensive. The pet area is a fenced gravel area where dogs can be off leash. Breakfast and dinner are available during peak season. We tried dinner one evening and found it to be very good. We have stayed there before, and will probably stay there again. On a winter visit, we stayed elsewhere because the campground was closed for the winter.
The campground was level with gravel pads. The host was friendly and courteous. The sites and roads were tight for our 36' coach with car in tow. We had to unhook the towed vehicle to fit in the space. Hookups were well placed. Pet walk was a small grassy area at the end of the park.