Access to boating, swimming, with marked off beach area. Typical Corps of Engineers campground. Rest rooms and showers available. Easy access with our 37 ft Meridian. All sites are back-in except for 2 that I seen. We always stay here when visiting family in the area, only problem is they close the gate at 10:00 PM if you forget to be back by curfew you can't get in until 6:00 AM, you can leave during closed hours for emergency or if you have to be somewhere early but through an anti backup gate (spikes). Very nice view of lake.
Easy access right off I-80, shaded areas as well as satellite sites. Being next to the freeway it's surprisingly quiet probably due to the trees between the highway and the CG. Has heated swimming pool and indoor hot tub, kid friendly with bounce house and play area. The campground rate isn't as bad as it seems because about $6 is city taxes, not campground fault. Very nice camp hosts. Have stayed here several times. Caution: if staying during a Nebraska home game reserve WELL in advance.
A real customer friendly campground. Customers are Number One and it shows. The personnel were courteous and helpful. You are driven to your site and everything is pointed out and the last thing the employee asks is there anything else he can help you with. No shade or much vegetation, but this is Wyoming.
Friendly staff, nice amenities, good continental breakfast. Everything great except for the WiFi, and hot tub hours. For a park this nice they need to upgrade their WiFi for better service. Not many in park when we stayed and had problems with connecting because of the slow speeds. Good when you can get in but slows dramatically at times. The hot tub needs better hours. I think a combo lock for access would take care of this. If you go sightseeing and get back after 6pm you are out of luck. Definitely will recommend.
Stayed one night while traveling east on I-40. Didn't know this place even existed except for a sign advertising The Meteor Crater. Glad we stopped. Nice park, well maintained, quiet, far enough from I-40 so no perceivable noise. It seems the sites are designed more for trailers as the hookups are at the back of each space, but was not a problem for us. The staff was very friendly, the gas station/convenience store was very nice. We will surely stay here again.
This is an older park, built in the 60s, so lots are not as big as the newer parks. With that said it is certainly adequate and you can see they are updating. The concrete pull-throughs are a little tight but easily maneuvered with towed. The concrete pads are very level, took 2 minutes to level RV. As I said the park is older, so the sewer hookup was a long 20 feet but has good drainage, other hookups are good. I know it's hard to make everything fit everything that's older vs newer. The Wi-Fi is FAST, however I am not here at peak summer season. Quiet, convenient to local attractions. I had clear view to sky for satellite reception, locals are good on outside antenna also, no cable. Will definitely stay here again.
Fantastic, friendly,clean, nice BIG pull through. can't say enough about our stay. The trip through Branson however was interesting. at times needed all the 340 horses my MH had just to get up and over the hills especially when stopping on a hill for a traffic light. Made it anyway and will do it again.
This by far is the lousiest RV park we've stayed in. The help don't know a thing about the parking, tried to park us with hookups on wrong side. I have a 37' long rig with a 26' car hauler trailer that's 63' over all. You will not fit if this long. We reiterated our size when we booked in February. After changing sites where I picked and chose the site, it still took 40' of sewer hose to hookup. The help didn't really seem to care. Also patrons of the water park get in your way when you try to park either by walking or driving through, they also walk through your space. At $50 a night AVOID by all means. You don't even get entry to the water park. (Not that I care). I could write more but not enough space.