The road from US 49 is a county road albeit a farm road. Once you enter the park the asphalt quickly turns to a gravel road just wide enough for any size rig. The roads are all gravel and very dusty. There were a number of long term campers here. You feel you are out in the boonies but traffic noise from somewhere can be heard at night as well as the train. Water was at 40 PSI. Wi-Fi was very slow and dropped constantly. The laundry was okay and costs $1.25 to wash and dry. Rate is Passport America. I would not stay here again.
Very nice park with beautiful views of the lake. The sites in "F" loop have a strange configuration and you better have a long water hose since the water hook-ups are on the wrong side and at the front of the site. Some of the sewer hook-ups are in an unusual position also. Except for this, the park is great.
This is my idea of a great RV park! The trip into the park is through a residential area but no problem for any size rig. The park has a lot going for it: secluded, minimal lighting, waterfront, good Wi-Fi, decent cable, good water pressure and nice sized lots. The configuration of the sites was well thought out and you don't feel that you are on top of one another. Rate is based on a 7 day stay.
All sites are concrete. Wi-Fi worked okay. Cable provided local stations and some basic channels. Park is close to the interstate and the toll booth for the KS Turnpike is visible from the park. Some noise from the interstate, but more noise from the construction beside the interstate and the businesses next door. Trash pick-up at 0730 next door. Lights - from their web site "At night the park is very well lit with security lights, not so bright you can't sleep, but bright enough to see that your RV and equipment are safe." There is enough light that you can almost read a book outside at night! Grass between sites but no shade.
Traveling east on the Santa Fe Trail with wind gusts of 30 mph hitting the side of my trailer I decided to stop for the day at this park. The rate reflects PA discount. The park is bare bones with a motel on site. Everything worked fine - water, electric, cable and WiFi. Good place for an overnight.
Read the other review from Sept. 2014. Office is only open from 9 to 4. This park starts to cut back greatly after Labor Day. Everything was closed on this "resort". It is a large park with numerous restrooms, if you are here during their season. Got a site in the north 40 and the only restroom and shower were just inside the entrance. Wi-Fi is spotty and drops off even when it looks like you have a strong connection. Road noise from I-25 is present but not too bad at night unless you get a spot close to it. Water pressure is poor! The pressure pulsates from 20 to 35 psi. This is a known problem and they have attempted to fix it before. Keep the park map in your vehicle so that you don't end up on a dead end! Too expensive for the value provided!
This park is on the edge of Golden and sits among some busy roads (W. Colfax and I70). Noise is a constant thing, only the level and type changes; cars and motorcycles on Colfax, tractor trailers on I70, and dogs in the doggie daycare across the street. The sites are concrete and most are level. Room between sites varies throughout the park. The showers and restrooms are top notch. The laundry is acceptable, costing about $3 a load to wash and dry. Wi-Fi is iffy. There is a strong signal but is overloaded by the number of connections. Value for this park is low based on the cost.
This is a jewel on the plains! There are a few long term campers here, but everything is well kept. All sites are concrete. Wi-Fi works well. No cable but you can receive ABC, CBS and PBS over the air. Satellite works well but my line of sight was blocked by a Class A motor home. Busy park - reservation recommended. Terrific view of Scotts Bluff from all sites. I would stay here again.
This campground is beside Lake Oahe. It has back-in and pull-through sites. The majority of the sites are asphalt. Sites 9 through 53 have electric with 50/30/15 amp outlets. Weekends can get busy mainly with campers from the local area and Bismarck. During the week, you may be the only camper. There are 8 first-come first-serve sites that cannot be reserved. The campground is patrolled by Corps of Engineer Rangers and the Emmons County Sheriff. On weekends, you can take a pontoon boat shuttle to the casino across the lake.
The views from this park are awesome. Sites are gravel as well as the roads. All sites have a grassy area. Wi-fi is available but don't rely on it. Not sure if it is overwhelmed or just not working properly. I had a repeater not far from my site but the connection was unreliable. I went to the lodge to download a file but I still had the same problem. Cost of doing laundry was the most I have ever paid. $2.25 to wash, $0.25 for each 9 minutes to dry. Due to the location you can't receive any TV channels with an antenna. Road noise is horrible. If you want to stay at a remote location with beautiful scenery and disconnect from the world this is the place for you. I would not stay here again due to cost and the issues above.
The park is located on the edge of Idaho Falls in an industrial area. The Snake River runs past it but you cannot get to it from the park. The staff are friendly and helpful. Your experience in the park will be determined by the space assigned to you. Some have a nice grass area beside them, some are on the grass. However, my spot was in an area usually taken by long term campers and had no grass at all. The site beside me was occupied by a trailer that had been there for a year but looked like it had been there for much longer. Dust was a constant problem. Road noise from Route 20 was pretty constant and the trains at night could be rather loud. Wi-Fi was better then average as well as cell phone signals. Local TV stations were available. I don't think I would stay here again.
The park is directly behind the casino. All pads are on asphalt. They have planted trees but they are young and provide little shade but will eventually. Noise from I-15, the casino parking lot and the AC on the top of the casino hotel is constant. There is a lot of light pollution at night from lights in the parking lots and lights left on in the park. Wi-Fi works great in some areas but it depends on your space since the Wi-Fi antenna on the restroom/laundry building doesn't sit high enough. Great place for an overnight stay at a very reasonable price.
This is a small Mom and Pop campground. The roads and sites are gravel. You will need to level your RV/trailer unless you luck out and find the sweet spot on that space. Wi-fi is iffy. Cell phone coverage is non-existent. No cable and I was not able to get any TV reception. I would stay here again for a night or two.
The turn into the park needs to be marked on the road before the curve, I missed the entrance and had to pull into the 2nd turn-in. Check-in was easy but the clerk was not the friendliest. The roads are paved but have cuts in them - not sure if that is for speed reduction or work that was done and never repaired. The sites are gravel, fairly level with a patch of grass between you and your neighbor. You share the electrical box with your other neighbor. (One camper had their electric accidentally turned off by their neighbor during the day.) The grounds are well maintained. Bring bug repellent since the mosquitoes are bad after dusk. The store is well stocked for most emergent needs--water, milk, cable coax, etc.