Sites 7, 8, 9 are 50 amp with a pedestal per site. The other sites are 30 amp with shared pedestals. We have stayed at this great city park several times. It is well maintained. The sites are all back in and roomy. This is a nice college town about 50 miles from the Twin cities.
The camping fee is $18. There is a $5 entry fee unless you have an annual sticker. We had a 50 amp pull through site. We have stayed here several times during the past 10 years. There is no cable TV but on the air reception was good. There is good Verizon reception.
The staff were very friendly ... the site was immaculate ... the site was roomy enough that we did not have to unhook our toad. The park was quiet ... the sunrise was spectacular the morning we left. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount.
This park has about 40 spots with about half of them being 30 amp electric. There is a water fill and a dump station. This is "campground" so some of the sites are only appropriate for tent trailers and smaller trailers and motorhomes. There were about a dozen large motorhomes and 5th wheels here while we were here. This park is located adjacent to I-39/90/94 at the junction with US 51. This campground is at the far end of the park so there is no road noise. We had reservations so there was a large site that accommodated our rig nicely. Not all the sites are as level as our site, and the power post is far enough away on some sites that you will need an extension cord.
This park is very laid back. There is a new shower house that is well designed and beautifully done. Several of the back in sites are along the river. Most sites have a fire ring. There is a path to the rails-to-trails bike path.
We have stayed here multiple times ... big drive in or back in sites (no pull throughs). You need to call ahead to make a reservation. Verizon cell phones and air card work great. There are no restrooms so only self contained units.
The sites are grass and large. A few sites have water and electric. The power pedestal serves two sites. The showers are coin operated (we did not use them we used our shower) The website: 1) Shows the dates the campground is not available when the county fair or other special events are being held. 2) point to a brochure about the campground. 3) gives the driving directions for getting to the campground. There are no reservations. Strictly first come first serve. We camped here with a group. The campground itself was quiet, there is some train noise.
This is a great RV park in the metropolitan San Diego area. There is easy access to downtown and tourist attractions. The grounds and sites are well groomed by the campground hosts. The staff is very helpful. The campground is expensive but is worth it. We have been coming here for 11 years. We feel safe here. We have only stayed here at the monthly or weekly rate so I am unsure of the daily rate.
This is a campground in a city park. There is a fishing pond / fishing hole in the campground. We did not use the showers. All the sites are back-in. 30 amp electric and water is available between every other site. There is an on site campground host. There is a nice playground and frisbee golf course in the park. The city golf course is next door. Le Mars is the home of Blue Bunny Ice Cream Company.
We stayed here April 2009 ... I made a reservation 2 or 3 hours before we arrived ... there is phone to contact the RV office ... we negotiated a site that I liked. The sites are not large ... but we were only there overnight and it worked out fine ... we did not use the restrooms / showers Sidenote 1: It is best if you exit I-15 at exit #122 and then travel west on Mesquite Ave because there is an island that divides Mesquite Ave and you can't enter directly when eastbound ... you would need to make a U-Turn or turn around in a business Sidenote 2: The Oasis casino was closed the night we were there ... the Casablanca casino was going strong ... we had a very nice dinner in their restaurant.