We came into the park on July 1st, planning to stay for two weeks. We wound up staying four days and left. On the afternoon of our first day in the park the fireworks were being shot off. We have nothing against fireworks as long as they are in their proper place. In an RV park among RV's is not the proper place. We politely asked the owner about this situation and if he would please put a stop to it. Fireworks were flying over the rigs. If the fireworks weren't stopped we felt we needed to leave for the safety of our rig. Upon telling the owner we would leave he said, "Fine, leave." Rather than say he would handle it or indicate in any way he would assume responsiblity he shut the door in our face. The fireworks did eventually stop, after signs were posted that they were not allowed. We will not stay at this park again.
Friendly, helpful office staff. Escorted to our site. Located right behind Wal-Mart. Nice level pull through sites, mowed green grass. The park is well kept. We were passing through the area, stayed one night. Will return.
Friendly, helpful, office staff. Escorted to our site. Very clean park, well maintained. Nice long, level pull throughs. We camped here with friends and our sites were facing opposite directions so we could share a patio and we loved that. We also had a shade tree over our patio, very nice for sitting out enjoying the breeze and visiting. We will return.
This is our second visit here and we are staying for a minimum of two months. The park owners keep this park in top notch shape. Sites have concrete patios with beautfiul carpet like green grass and beautiful trees. This park is located in Big Sheephorn Canyon and the views of the mountains are spectacular. Everything about this park is clean and well kept. The owners treat their customers like family. We will be back.
This park is beautiful. The nightly rate was $15.00 but they add a $4.00 fee for each vehicle per day. We camped here in a motorhome and had to pay the site fee plus the fee for the rig and a fee for the car. We had electric only at the site but a water hydrant is located every seven sites where one can run a hose to fill their fresh water tank. We were on a site at the highest point in the camping area and the view was spectacular.
Large beautiful trees are in the park. Sites are a bit tight, some a bit short, but the ambiance of the park makes up for that. Nice pool, family friendly, park. View of the Rockies on the I-25 side of the park. We parked toward the back of the park so the highway traffic was not a problem. From the back of the park, where we headed our motor home in, we had a view of lights across the landscape. We loved it here and will be back.
Sites were tight, unlevel. Pull through sites are end to end so if someone is on one end, the other end must be backed into. The attendant told us to go find a site and come back and tell her which one we chose. After looking at the sites we understood why she said that. The sites are hard to get into. We were there in a 40' motorhome and we had a choice of one site. We will not camp there again.
The park ad sounds promising but the park is not what is advertised. Office person was friendly and tried to be helpful. The park was overgrown with grass, sites unlevel, pool was dirty, restrooms filthy. Minature golf course was overgrown with grass and there was no badmitton court set up and we were told that was because they don't have any kids coming there. Unattended vehicles near office, pile of lumber by putt putt golf course, unsteady deck in pool area. We paid for two nights and left after one night.