Great park near Sleeping Bear Dunes! Many seasonal campers but all folks from front office to nearby campers were very friendly. Sites were wide, long and level...but be aware of dense shade so pretty dark even in the daytime. Cable TV would be a definite plus. That being said it is a very restful park!
New owners as of April 2014. By their own admission, they were unaware of how to run a campground but are open to suggestions. We stayed 3 nights to visit friends in nearby Culver so didn't use any facilities. From the road it looks like a lovely park but many of the sites haven't been used in months. No gravel or concrete pads, tables, etc. Pool was being redone so not usable. Roads not well marked and office is hard to find. Felt the $30 + tax very high for what we received. Will check out other options when next in the area.
Exceptionally clean park that tried to think of everything an RVer would need to make their stay comfortable. Office staff were very friendly as was the young man that showed us to our site. We would definitely stay here again!
Immaculately clean restrooms, laundry, clubhouse which is contrary to previous review. The pool was not open yet but looked adequate for the size of the park. The cable TV was excellent and the Verizon reception was as well. Sites and roads are gravel and need some refreshing but aren't objectionable. Road noise was not a problem as long as windows are closed. Would stay here again when passing through.
What a gem! Everything an RVer could look for in a campground! Sites were large and level, easy access from major highway, very pleasant staff, free veggies, and extremely quiet. Stayed overnight but could have stayed much longer! If ever wanting to add anything, a hot tub would be a nice touch.
Winding road to campground/conference center was narrow but decent, but the road to the office was abysmal!!! If I'd had false teeth, they'd have been on the floor!!! No way of dodging potholes either. Site was adequate for an overnight stay (which was in a specific area for overnighters) but had to level with boards and couldn't pull forward to turn when leaving because of post, tree across the way, etc. Luckily we were able to back up. Would look for another option if ever in the area again.
We have not stayed at many state parks, but Nebraska has done a wonderful job with designing excellent accommodations. Ft. Robinson (Red Cloud CG) has very spacious sites, asphalt paved roads and sites and they are easy to back into! The park itself is a treasure trove with two historical museums, riding stables, jeep tours, wagon and stagecoach rides, swimming pool and a restaurant. We stayed for six nights and never had to leave the park as there was always something we could do there. The staff were all very pleasant and helpful; the grounds were well maintained. For all this we were able to ignore the throngs of grasshoppers.
What a gem!!! The managers have done a wonderful job! For a state park we felt like we were on someone's private estate. Lawns were manicured, restrooms, showers and laundry were very clean, sites were either concrete pads or asphalt (on the edge of the road) and very spacious. Office personnel were extremely pleasant and accommodating. We had paid for an annual park pass ($20) so didn't include that as part of the daily fee. We stayed 7 nights so we could see attractions in the area and will definitely stop again when traveling I-80.
This is a lovely little campground...very well maintained, level sites, full hookups convenient. The sites are side by side but there is more than ample room for slideouts. It is on the west side of town at the intersection of Rt. 2 and 385 within a short distance of the rail yards. Since we have found few parks that aren't close to railroad tracks, we didn't mind the noise. The owners couldn't have been nicer or more informative as there are some museums and attractions worth the 3 night stay.
This is a great little park to spend a night or three! It is right off I-40 but we heard no traffic noise. Everything was clean and tidy, sites were all pull through on gravel and the office staff was very friendly, helpful and efficient. The Petro-station was a block down, making it easy to fuel up and have dinner. Would definitely stay again when in the area.
What a great park! We had a pull through site which was more than ample. Though we could see I-10 from our rig, the road noise was no problem at all, contrary to other reviews mentioned. The office staff was very friendly and efficient, and we felt most welcomed. When walking through the park, others we chatted with were very pleased with the park and most were planning on returning next fall. The facilities were extremely clean and there was a full calendar of activities including movies and popcorn that evening. We are planning on returning next fall for the winter season.
Passport America park...like an oasis in the flat of OK! Very clean, easy to access from the highway, sites are large and pull through for short-termers. The lady in the office very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again when in the area as the WalMart and shopping area in Gainesville TX was about 10 miles away. We would have given the park a 10 if the huge potholes were fixed.
No signage for RV park!!! After following directions in Trailer Life CG Guide, we phoned for directions and someone came out on his bike to lead us to the park. Sites were large and easy to back into but with no amenities available, we felt that $25 was way too high for a one night's stay!
We arrived in the late afternoon for a one night's stay. The young lady in the office was very pleasant but informed us that the water was being flushed out and we probably shouldn't drink it. Also, there was a sign on the door saying that the pool was closed for maintenance. I asked if there was a lower rate for mid-week and reduced availability of amenities. She smiled and said "no" but she would pass on our concerns to the owner. $35 was very high for a place to park overnight, and campground owners complain when we stay at Walmart and Flying J! This is one of the reasons why! KOA properties have disappointed us 95% of the time for just these reasons. It's sad since they could have much going for them!
Passport America rate for 5 nights; $100 per week. It is easy to get into and out of. Sites were grass; hookups convenient and they worked! Needed to stay an indefinite length of time as we were waiting for new wheels to repair our rig. The owners kindly let us wait to pay until we were ready to leave. The park was convenient to interstates but very quiet. Shopping was nearby but this town rolls up its sidewalks early and often! The laundry, showers and bathrooms were clean but in an old trailer that smelled very moldy.
Bearing in mind that this CG suffered through major flooding and a tornado in June 2008, the narrow interior roads were in horrific shape which I'd guess were present before the flood. We requested a 30amp site with no sewer and were directed to the very back of the CG. The grass hadn't been mowed and was ankle high, and the sites were only defined by the water/electric post. That being said, I feel that we were overcharged for our stay as we paid $34 a night with our KOA discount!
One of the nicest CGs we've stayed in! Office staff very hospitable and accommodating...grounds staff most helpful. Very clean everything. Gravel sites and some roads but no problem getting into or out of sites. Laudromat has 4 washers/3 dryers for $1.50 each! Close to I64 which gets you to several attractions for day trips. Staff put together a nice brochure which gives directions for 7 day trips with mileage...very helpful! Great place...will return!
Owners were very accommodating. They recently added 8 new full hookup sites (back ins) in a separate section. They are easily accessible for large rigs that are planning a short stay. Most other sites are permanent residents. We were very comfortable and would definitely return.
Owners were very accommodating. Our site was "nose to tail" right on the road but not objectionable. They had some planned activities, and the small town had a great parade! The campground was quiet, and the other permanent campers were friendly. We would return.
We were assigned a site at the far end of the park. When we attempted to hook up our 50 amp electric, we found it was only 106 volts which meant that we couldn't use our A/C, microwave, electric water heater, vacuum cleaner, etc. Our surge/low voltage protector was unable to be used as it would not allow the low voltage into our coach. When brought this to the attention of the office, we were told "no one else has complained." We decided to stay as it was the only campground close to Nanticoke where we were doing genealogical research. All of the other trailers were permanent; most were not well kept. The two garbage dumpsters were full to overflowing when we arrived the Monday after the 4th of July and were still overflowing and stinky when we left Thursday morning. The laundry had six machines, two of which were non-operational. The garage they were kept in was open and had wasps and moths flying in and out. I chose not to do my laundry there! The only clean thing was the pool. They charge for everything they have...mini golf, paddleboats and air conditioning. The place is a dump!...and we would never return!