This is an OK park for someone passing through. Water and electric recently upgraded. Excellent WiFi. There is miniature golf to entertain the kids, though this was not open when we were here. This is a small park but will accommodate a few big rigs (we are in a 36 footer). According to a local, the park was closed for a period of time . The new owner is upgrading to improve the facility. The small Cimarron County museum is across the road. Boise City's claim to fame was an accidental bombing (practice bombs) by a B17 crew practicing their night bombing skills during WWII. There is information on this event at the museum and at a site in the town center.
Small well run park. Pull through sites accommodate large rigs. We camped here in a 36' motorhome. Best sites are toward the back of the park away from the highway if the occasional passing truck is an issue. Management was helpful and friendly. Would stay again.
We stayed at a waterfront lot with 50 amp electric, water and a fire pit, but no sewer (#41) though other sites (group) do have sewer plus electric and water. Area was very clean and well maintained. Quiet at the time of our visit. Lots to see and do in the area if you are interested in history and the Santa Fe trail. Mobile WiFi worked at our site as did our Verizon phones (2 bars). Some TV reception with antenna.