This is a beautiful campground, family owned and operated. We came here for work, owners are very nice and really go out of their way to make your stay everything you want it to be. While we were there they had a Blue Grass Festival, a motocross race and we are looking forward to KC Music Festival in august. This campground is clean and very well maintained, clean bathrooms and showers. It is in the boonies and you probably won't have cell service, but do you want to be bothered with the phone when your camping? There is all kinds of wildlife from deer, bear, fox and all the normal little cute critters. I love this place and would absolutely stay here again, I have found PA to be the most beautiful state and Quiet Oaks Campground has captured its beauty so all can enjoy it. So if you hate green grass, beautiful trees and the quiet relaxing camping, stay away cause all that and more is here.
I love this park. Beautiful views and some of the nicest people I ever met. Everyone treats you like family, The owner goes above and beyond to make you feel welcome. We had spot 57 which Is by far the best site there, right by the falls. Great fishing, ducks, wild rabbits, deer, and we even saw a mink. New showers and bathrooms, plenty of hot water, green grass that's kept very nice. Really, I can't say enough good things about this park. I wish we could have stayed longer. I understand the bridge is new so if you had heard the bridge couldn't withstand certain weights, that's no longer true. I don't know why this park isn't packed every weekend; except maybe its Dover' s best kept secret. We looked at all campgrounds near here and this one is top notch.
Super clean, super nice people. Big sites, beautiful flowers,grass, trees. Very clean bathrooms and showers. Spotless grounds, and laundry room. The most beautiful flowers, lilacs, 32.00 Nightly and worth every penny. Laundry is 1.25 to wash. Not only would we stay here again I would live here.
Very nice host, lots of room between sites, very economic $20 nite/$100 week. There is no pressure on how long are you staying/when are you leaving. It is kind of warm with no trees, but perfect for a night stop. We would stay here again if we ever found ourselves in Colby, KS.
This is a nice park, kind of out in the boonies, bathrooms, showers, and laundry room were well kept. You do have to watch for bears, people in office were pleasant. There are very tight turns to make, we were here a week and seen 3 people wreak on either trees or rocks, if your not experienced with your haul don't come here, the sites are difficult to find numbers and nobody offers a escort to your site. We felt a little bugged there, office staff was always knocking on our door, weather to ask if we were leaving on our set date or was our electric working properly, you have to pay extra to use your air conditioner, seriously! The road to go back to park could be marked on highway better, but if you miss it there is another one you can take, you have to trust your gps. Kind of pricey for what they offer. But remember those tight corners.
This park was built for the oil boom, only workers live here full time, no bathrooms, no showers, no laundry. No frills. The town is very small, but overall very nice people. With the oil boom going on there are no places to stay in most of northern North Dakota. But the people (mostly men) that stay here are quiet and clean. The owner here isn't trying to rape the oil workers like most other parks around, Lignite is 7 miles from Canadian border, and is about 50 miles from any larger city. Just about every business in Lignite is closed on Sundays. Unless your a oil worker I wouldn't image wanting to stay longer than over nite.
Can't say enough good things about this park, after the trip from hell, we pulled in here in very early morning hours, nice level sites, lots of shade, picnic tables, full hookups. Noticed ck out time was at 11am, wrote a note with payment telling what time we arrived, left my phone number should there be a problem, asked and hoped we would be allowed to stay longer without more money, and we went to sleep, nobody bothered us, we stayed into evening waiting for high wind warning to lift. Very clean park, laundry room was spotless with plenty of washers and dryers, very quiet park. Would stay here again and again.
This park has mostly long term people staying tor work in the oil fields, they have more space across the street but no shade trees, the sites are pretty level. They don't allow long term older trailers to stay in main park, they seem to have sewer issues and wanted to blame us saying we must have flushed baby wipes down toilet, we don't have a baby nor do we even flush toilet paper unless soiled from, you know. The older couple in the office were very nice, the younger couple who I was told are the managers were pushy and rude. Showers were always clean, nice laundry room but several washers needed fixed. Wi-fi was terrible, and I'm told across the street they could not get it at all, the male manager is suppose to be a computer guru, he sold us a wi-fi boost but when taking it across street it did nothing, couldn't take it back because they only allow same day returns and this was at closing when purchased. If you stay here, be sure to do laundry in evening, sit down and watch t.v and say hello to huge Orange cat that lives there, her name is Haley and she loves a good lap to sit on.