This is a campground that I would consider as strictly for an overnight stop. Easy access from the highway and very easy pull through spots. This campground is on the plains in Kansas so it is very dusty and windy. There are a lot of native weeds and stickers. We constantly had to pull the stickers out of our dogs paws and fur. This park is a non-smoking park so if you smoke you have to do it inside your RV. This didn't bother us as we don't smoke. There is a small free mini-golf course and an above ground pool. The pizza and pub on site had very good pizza. They will even deliver pizza to your RV. We stayed here one night as we were driving through Kansas. We would probably look for another campground near the highway the next time we drive through Kansas.
Nightly rate reflects extra charge for 2 people. Easy access off highway. Minimal highway noise. WiFi is very good. Most sites are pull-though and very long. Interior roads are gravel/dirt and somewhat narrow. Geothermal swimming pools, one with waterside (costs extra) as well as a 18 hole mini-golf which also costs extra. Playground for kids. Laundry room was small but adequate. Has a small snack bar with a large seating area. Very shady. Has large open, grassy area in back of campground that is great for dogs. We were the only ones there so dogs got to run off leash and enjoy soft, green grass.
Casino is fairly close to highway but once you get to the casino, there are not any signs leading you to the RV park. We had to weave our way through the parking lot trying to find it. Some sites are longer than others but be prepared with an extra sewer hose. The sewer connection is not in a good location and you might need an extension to your hose. There is not a dog park and very little grass to walk the dogs. WiFi is very good. They were very accommodating to our personal situation. We were moving cross country and had a U-Haul and 3 extra cars. The two women who checked us in actually went out and moved their personal vehicles so we could park the U-Haul and towed car in their parking spaces. They did not charge us extra for our cars or our daughter and her husband. You are allowed to dry camp in the casino parking lot. If we had not had our family along, we would have dry camped. The casino is nice but the buffet is very small and was not very good.
Easy on and off highway. RV sites are very long but the whole park is gravel and, of course, very dusty. Had a fenced in area for dogs that had a little grass. We had to pay extra for my daughter and her husband who were traveling with us. They were able to accommodate our U-Haul truck and car that were traveling with us and did not charge extra to let us park them overnight. They even let us park them behind a fence near the managers home so they were safe at night.
We have been RV'ing for a long time, and this is one of the worst experiences we have ever had. Due to a military transfer, we stayed here for a month while our permanent housing was being readied. We were considered "seasonal" and not overnight guests. The park staff were rude and unprofessional. If my son did something that they didn't like, they spoke very rudely to him. They appeared to make up random and arbitrary "rules" that he was violating. For example, the park website states that electric golf carts are allowed. My son has an electric scooter, and he was told that he was not allowed to ride it in the campground. It is insured and he wears a helmet. When I asked for the reason it was not allowed, I was curtly told "it's our policy." They failed to produce any written version of this "policy" when I asked them to do so and invited me to leave the park if I disagreed with this. I found it odd that drunk adults can race around the park in excess of 15 mph with no repercussions, but my son could not ride around sober with a helmet. The park appears to cater to overnight guests who just want to stay in their campers or on their sites and not try to have any fun in the campground. The showers near the pool were filthy: there was debris and dirt on the floor for over a month. There are only 3 washers and dryers, which is odd due to the number of sites this park has. The park changes seasonal guests 4 cents more per kwh for their electricity than the power company charges them, plus a $5 fee to read the meter each month. I've never seen this before. This could be an awesome park if the staff were more friendly and more considerate of their guests. It is well laid out and clean for the most part. I spoke with so many other guests who were unhappy with how they are treated here, that I would not recommend this park to anyone. They should loose their Good Sam status.