Good overnight place. The sites are level but if there was a great deal of rain they may be a bit muddy. There is plenty of room between sites. US 287 is close but noise wasn't an issue. It was very quiet overnight. We will stay here is through the area again.
This is a good overnight stop. I wouldn't consider it a destination stop but there are many things to see in the area. We stopped at another place in Columbus but it was quite a mud pit. The roads are asphalt and the sites are gravel and level for the most part with plenty of space between the sites for awnings and slides. I-10 and a railroad are close. We were outside when the first train went through and we were a bit concerned but once inside with the windows and doors closed they weren't an issue at all. I-10 noise wasn't an issue for us at all. There is a small store that doesn't price gouge like some parks do. The internet was solid but speeds wouldn't let you watch movies or TV shows. We will definitely be back.
This is formerly the Columbus KOA. The mailing address is Weimar so that is the city I listed it in. The electric was solid, water pressure was good. The roads are asphalt and sites are gravel and level. The sites and roads are wide enough that a big rig should have no issues at all. WIFI was fast, and we had no hiccups with it. As with any RV park along a major highway there is a railroad nearby. If you are outside they might be noisy depending on their direction and the wind direction. Once we got inside with the TV at a normal volume we could barely hear them. It is right at I-10 exit 689 so easy off & on, but the road noise is not an issue. One shower/bathroom. We have an RV so we use our own facilities, but I went in and it was very clean. The dog walk and playground were KOAish. There is also an area to the rear of the dog park that people had their dog out in. We were tired on our arrival night so we tried their pizza. We expected a cardboard frozen pizza you normally find, but it was really good. We will stay here again.
This was our second stop here this year. The worker seem very happy and from check in to departure it was a pleasant experience. I have seen wider spots, but I have seen much narrower ones. Electric and water worked flawlessly. This place has the cleanest restrooms we have ever seen in a campground. It was crazy hot, but the pool was clean and relaxing. We weren't able to put our awning out due to the wind, but one has to expect it on the plains. We did the obligatory limo ride to the Big Texan. The girls in the office arranged it for us. We will definitely stay here again.
Great for an overnighter. Very easy access (off and on) I-44. The road noise didn't bother us at all but we tend to tune out "normal" noise. The hookups worked as designed. We have been here a couple of times and there are at least 3 restaurants you can get to without crossing any streets. Spaces were wide and long enough for today's rigs. As has been previously posted by others, it isn't a destination, amenity-laden parks. It is an RV express. Pull in, set up, eat, sleep and bug out in the morning for a small fee. If they just had an ice machine or sold ice.
A lot of permanent residents. Many sites look shabby and one would think that management would make them fix it. But it seems many RV parks are catering to permanent residents and don't worry as much about the over nights. No road noise (or resident noise) to speak of. The only issue is a blind curve at the exit. If people were driving the speed limit it wouldn't be an issue. When you pull out - get moving. We'd stay here again if nothing else was available.
Level spots with easy access. We had no issues with road, train or truck stop noise. Nobody was in the office when we arrived so we set up and went to sleep. We paid the next morning when we left. It will be on our "Stay Here" list.