For dry camping, this was a great park. In August, it was still very pleasant, due to all the shade trees. There were less than 10 campers in the park the 2 nights we were there (Wed & Thur). We really enjoyed the solitude. Our 30' trailer fit into site 78 without issue; we just had to park the truck at a bit of an angle once we disconnected. Note: be prepared for Navajo vendors coming around after 7 pm to hawk their wares.
This park is clean and tidy. The sites are close together and are all gravel. They have picnic tables and built in BBQ grills. The small pool and spa were clean, although I didn't have time to try them out. The fenced in dog area is quite small and all gravel, but the state park directly across the street has a walking path, and there is a sidewalk adjacent to the park where you can take a stroll with your dog, and enjoy the scenic view of the Colorado National Monument, and the mesas. It's located just a couple minutes drive from the Monument. The park seemed to fill up nightly over the weekend we were there.
I was a tad nervous when I drove down Church Street, but as soon as I arrived in the park, I was completely relieved. This park is owned and operated by the sweetest couple I've met this month. Pride of ownership truly shows through. The laundry and bathrooms were spotless. It's a great park. So dark and quiet at night, I rested so easy. All the folks in the park were super friendly. I highly recommend this park. The rate reflects the Passport USA discount.
We spent one night at this wonderfully maintained park that has level gravel sites. The fenced in dog area is great. The pool looked inviting. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount for a site with water and electric. We visited the weekend of the County Thresher Fair and had a good time at that as well. I'd definitely stay there again.
We camped here for one night. The park was shady, clean, and scenic. Unlike many parks, it was off the Interstate, so there wasn't any highway noise. Although it was about 40% full, it was very quiet. I'd stay here again in a heartbeat if traveling through the area.
Since this park hasn't had any recent reviews this year, I wanted to provide an update to previous reviews. This is an excellent campground for the price. There were only 4 campsites taken the day we were here. The park is well kept, albeit self service. It's a great place to camp if visiting Kalona. The only thing confusing is trying to figure out what site number you're in. I'd definitely camp here again, if in the area.
We camped for one night while travelling. This park is located on the Missouri River and is very scenic. We arrived on a Friday and the park looked to be about 35% occupied. It has a nice swimming beach, floating dock, and boat ramp. The nearby town has several antique stores, and the Akta Lakota Museum, which is only 1/2 mile away, was very enjoyable. We'd definitely stay again if passing through the area.
We camped here for 3 nights using PPUSA. The first night was $15.83 and remaining were at $20.05 (inc tax). There were 3 others in the campground when we were here, so it's pretty quiet. The first site we pulled in didn't have working utilities. But, the owner appeared a few minutes after our arrival and guided us to a site, which didn't have working electric, but it was a side by side hookup so we just plugged into the adjacent receptacle, without having to move again. The campground is conveniently close to town and sightseeing. The grounds were mowed, but a weed-eater would have improved the appearance of the place a lot. I stuck my head in the restroom, which was old and dated. I would stay again if in the area.
We enjoyed our stay, but the sight we were in was not level, and we had a hard time getting our sway bars to break loose. A lot of the sites did have concrete pads, which appeared to be level. The staff was super nice and the grounds were well kept. We stayed 2 nights while touring Cheyenne. We'd return again, if in the area.
We stayed for 1 night, and quoted the Passport America rate. There was a bluegrass festival on the ranch the weekend we stayed. The park was about 85% full. It's close to the interstate, but with the AC on, the highway noise wasn't an issue. We took the $12pp train trip that went through the ranch, and fed the bison from the train. The bison burger available at the restaurant on site was really huge and delicious. This campground is good for an overnight stop.
We enjoyed our stay at this campground. I quoted the passport america rate. We used this campground as a base camp for our exploration of the Eastern half of Rocky Mountain National Park. It had a good dog run, friendly staff, clean restrooms and laundry, and a lovely walking path around the park. The river sites were really nice, but we opted to stay in the 30 amp water and electric pull through site, which was more affordable. I would stay again if in the area.
We stopped here for two nights on the way to Nebraska. The staff are so friendly and informative. The pool was crystal clear and just the right temperature. The sites are level and wide enough to park the truck beside the trailer. The cable and internet were both good. Although close to the interstate, the noise wasn't annoying. The park is clean and well-kept. The laundry is clean and very affordable ($1.25 wash and $1.50 dry). This was a great park and close to two small museums, a fort, and Ayres natural bridge, made great day trips.
This park is 5 miles South of Moab. It's located far enough off Hwy 191 so road noise is not an issue. It's well kept and our site (#6) was shady. Check-in was easy and fast. The rate reflects the PPUSA rate for full hookups with A/C. The view from the campground is really nice. We'd definitely stay again if visiting Moab.
This park was a very convenient stopover on our way to Utah. It's a beautiful linear park in a canyon. Unfortunately the road noise from I-70 is pretty loud, but it didn't keep me awake. We had full hookups. The sites were relatively level and beautifully landscaped. I'd stay again when traveling through Colorado.
This RV Park is located outside of Denver. It's convenient to shopping and sightseeing. The spaces are tight, but we were able to maneuver in and out without issue. It's adjacent to a beautiful city park. The owner, is a gem. She even referred me to her dentist when my crown fell out. The laundry was clean and $1.25 to wash and $1.25 to dry. The grounds were well kept. I'd definitely stay again.
We camped on Sunday for 1 night, and the park was almost empty. We had a 80' pull through lakefront site. The rate reflects a Golden Age Passport rate. This is a beautiful campground and I'd definitely recommend it.
We camped for one night. The park is very big and wasn't very crowded that Saturday. The sites were gravel and not too level. We had full hookups but the sewer was located uphill. Check-in was fast and easy. We were escorted to the site. There are multiple fishing lakes. The pool looked like it was filled with lake water; I'm unsure if it was closed, as no one used it while we were there. This was the Passport USA rate.
We camped on a Friday night for one night. The park was about 80% full. The sites were nicely spaced and the park was very nice. It has a nice bike path. I really enjoyed our stay. I'll definitely stay again when traveling through St. Louis area.
We camped here for one night en route to the Tetons. This was a great park for our overnight stay. The rate reflects our CampClub USA Discount; we had full hookups. The park only had about 6 campers the night we stayed. It was adjacent to a little pond, and you could see the mountains in the distance. This was the cleanest RV park I've stayed in to date. The bathrooms and showers were spotless. The owner was exceptionally helpful. When my husband had a dental issue, she recommended her dentist and she let me use her phone to call him, as my cell coverage was out of range. The only drawback was how close the sites were to the highway. However, traffic dropped off at night and it didn't adversely affect my sleep.
We spent one night en-route to Wyoming. The park was fairly full for a Tuesday. There's quite a few cabins, which were occupied by families with kids. The sites were a little off-level but not by much. It's in a very picturesque location on a reservoir. They have a volleyball net, small but lovely pool, restaurant, and small store. The rate reflects a CampClub USA discount, which requires a cash payment. I asked for a receipt, but was told that I didn't need one, as they knew I paid. The primary drawback is the 5 miles of horrible hilly dirt road. It rained the night we were there and we had a heck of a time getting out the next morning. We had to accelerate in order to ascend the hills without getting stuck, which threw mud about 4' high all over the front of the trailer. Going down the curvy hills was fun as well; when the brakes were applied, the trailer wanted to go straight while the truck made the turn. We will never go back there again, UNLESS THEY FIX THE ROADS. If they would fix this road, I would have given the place a rating of 7 or 8.
We spent one night at AOK en-route to Wyoming. It was convenient to the Interstate and St. Joseph. The host was friendly and provided us with brochure for attractions in the area. We ended up touring the Patee Museum and Pony Express Museum, which we thoroughly enjoyed. We had full hookups on a level site. The campground was about one-third full the night we stayed (Sunday). The pool was small, but clean and the grounds were well maintained. It had a large pond closeby. The bathrooms were somewhat dated and a little bit of a stroll from our campsite so we opted to shower in our trailer. The only real problem we had was the neighbor in the motorhome next to us had a dog that barked when they weren't around. And, when they did come back, they let the doberman run around lose, which was frightening and annoying. It's good for an overnight stay.
We spent one night en-route to Wyoming. The rate reflects the CampClub USA rate. The bathrooms were very clean. The pool was crystal clear and the water was very refreshing. There were about 10 rigs on the night we stayed. The grounds were meticulously maintained. The washers and dryers did a great job. The owner was very friendly. Although the highway was close by, it didn't disturb us. When summer thunderstorms were looming, I was really glad they had a storm shelter, although we didn't have to use it. I would definitely stay there again.