Beautiful little park in a beautiful location. The Good: Friendly greetings; a quiet park (we were here during the week, I think weekends are busier); just far enough away from town for peace and quiet, but close enough to walk to the Hot Springs, which are amazing. This park is right up against the hill behind the KOA park, so the train is further away and relatively quiet. Trains tend to blow their whistles at the other end of town. Nice grassy location. The only thing I regretted was that we were right under a light. The stars are amazing if you can put a tree or two between you and the lights. The one warning I would issue is the water pressure is extremely high (95 lbs). We blew out a hose, but without our regulator we could have damaged our RV. Would stay here again when we are in the Lava Hot Springs area.
This is a place to park for the night. There is no shade, but none was expected. The park was clean. The electricity was very poor, we were unable to use Air Conditioner. The staff at check in was curt, but adequate. We missed friendly by about half a mile. We only wanted a quiet place to sleep after a long day's ride and looking at a long drive the next day. We opened all of the windows because of inability to cool with Air conditioner. A dog barked continuously from 8 pm until 11 pm. The dog was not in an RV, but behind a fence. The office said it belonged to the park. 3 separate calls to the office did not help. Local county law enforcement said there were no noise laws here, but they would stop by and try to reason with them. Sometime after 11:00 pm the dog stopped. It was not really early enough for people who want to sleep and leave at dawn. I wish we had used the sleepless hours driving on down the road closer to our destination. I would not stay here again.