Last time here they were just installing free Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi signal was good at our site. Also, last year it was tough to get a decent cell signal, but this year we had a good signal with pretty fast LTE. Good Southern exposure for satellite TV. This is a nice park, we try to get here at least once a year.
We have always liked this campground as it is only a few hours away. Campground is usually neat and clean, except when the critters get into the garbage, but that is usually cleaned up quickly. Sometimes there are the "no seeums" but usually aren't a problem. There are some nice large pull through sites with trees. They now have free WiFi setup in the park, but it is slow if there is a lot of people on it.
When in Lincoln we stay here. We pay extra for one of the patio sites which have a charcoal grill, table and chairs, fire ring and a swing or rocker. The Wi-Fi is good and for those with children, they have activities and several types of pedal cars for rent.
The site we had was not level. Unfortunately we were traveling through on the one weekend that night that racing was going on at the nearby track. We were lucky to get the spot as there were only 2 left. The park is near the freeway but the race cars were louder than the freeway. Quiet time starts at 10:00 pm and is "strictly enforced." Much to our amazement there were kids running around screaming at 11:00 pm.
We usually stay at this park due to its proximity to my mother in law's home. We got a reduced rate for the off season so we took the patio site. This has a grill, fire pit, table and chairs, and even a swing. The park has quite a few year round sites with heated water supply or frost free water outlet. The dog run is nice, if there is no one there we were able to allow our dog to go off lead. Wi-Fi works well as they have a Wi-Fi antenna in the middle of the camping area. While there we had to attend a funeral, I asked for permission to leave our dog in the RV for the few hours that we were gone to the funeral. They were very understanding and made sure they had my cell phone number in case of an emergency. Our dog is usually quite quiet when in the RV alone so I thought it was not an issue but asked just to be courteous.
We stayed 3 nights while visiting family in the area. The park had quite a few people but not full. It is a little noisy at night but running the AC fan continuously help out with that. It was 100 degrees the day we arrived and 104 the next day. Most sites have shade which I am sure helped the AC. We had no power issues, the cable was good. I had planned on going to the pool but never made it. They have a small store in the office but it is somewhat limited in what they have. Very pet friendly. Interior roads were mixed paved and gravel. Our site was fairly level, used one board on one side.
We stayed here on a return trip home. We had been here before. Sites were clean and level. Nice dog walk area and good gravel interior roads. One unique thing is that they will come and pick up garbage from your site. We didn't feel like cooking so we had a pizza delivered from their kitchen. It was fairly good. As with a lot of the RV parks it is close to the freeway and can be a little noisy but we leave the AC fan running and that helps a lot. Even though they have a designated dog walk area, you can walk your dogs most anywhere in the park as long as you clean up.
We stayed here after a long days drive. Owner was real friendly and seemed more concerned that we get set up and the AC running as it was 104 degrees. We knew the cost before we got there as we had called ahead. There were a few trains but found that running the AC fan all the time it really minimizes the noise you here. There were only 3 or 4 the night we stayed. Campground was very clean and well kept. We will probably stay here again next spring when traveling through the area again.