Easy in and out. Picnic tables and treated wood outline your spot along with small trees. Small grassy areas at the back of the store. Nice area to relax inside along with washers and dryers to wash those dirty clothes. Gas (Petro) was high in price and store had supplies for sale. I would go back and stay here even though it's not a Passport America site.
No frills cash-only gravel RV park not the best part of town. Lots of crumbling and empty buildings on site and off. The town pushes the route 66 theme to the max. Owner was short and to the point. Did not have a warm and fuzzy feeling. Okay for one night but wouldn't stay any longer.
Winds were terrible. Ripped the roof and awning. Park was one of the cleanest places we have stayed at. Clean restroom and showers,washer and dryers worked! Host and hostess were super friendly; I thought they were the owners at first. They were knowledgeable about the area. The trading post and antique trailers had a lot of picture-taking moments. On-site propane and repair parts trailer was a great time saver.
We stayed the two times. The park is basically dirt and gravel. There is a large building there that may have been a store in the past . The motel is in shambles and either needs to be torn down or rebuilt. The couple running it are very nice. The park is up for sale. The park needs a complete renovation. Might be a pretty good investment if someone has the funds.