Good spot outside of Salina, KS to stop for the night, all sites are pull-thru and many available that are long enough for coach and toad. Sites over look a small pond, pond was full of debris. Good electric and water, sites mainly level, only needed a few adjustments. Zoo down the road. Quiet area far enough from interstate so noise is not a problem. Only adjustment that could be made is the lack of trash cans in park, had to hunt down one that wasn't full.
Beautiful park on the Thompson River, waterfront sites available, nice dog run area, staff very helpful, nice. In the foothills of Colorado, easy drive to state parks, and other locations. Currently I am long-term at park, that is why the nightly rate. Would come back here again
Beautiful RV park in Oklahoma City, Park is right off of I-44 and I-35, nice wide roads, long paved sites. Some sites look to have steep exits, but the overnight spots are level. Excellent water pressure and electric. Nice layout, most sites with there own yard, mainly young trees in park, but nicely trimmed. Highway noise is minimal, casinos nearby.
This park is a quiet place to long-term camp. Owners are very nice and helpful. Most everyone in the campground is long term. Cheap rates, close to recreational lakes and parks. Big Rig capable, but all sites are back in. Sites are gravel, and mostly level some adjustment is needed. Shower and bathhouse on site as well as laundry. Park is not clearly marked, but is near highway 190 and loop 121 interchange.
Campground is clean and the park staff are more than helpful. Needed air in my tires and the owner came to my site and filled me up. Overnight campers are on the south side of the campground. Sites we full hook-ups, good electric and water pressure. Only problem is the front of the sites drop off dramatically and make it awkward to hook-up with a 5'ver. Overall good park when traveling on highway 287 in Texas.