This is a great park. Active military can stay for free which is great for them. Staff is very helpful and friendly. They have a nice store with lots of local items. Auxiliary laundry was really small so I used main one which was nice. There is a nice pool and mini golf course. They had BBQ food available for purchase every night, and also had live entertainment when weather allowed. We would definitely stay here again.
This is an RV park and motel. Motel has cabins and railway cars you can stay in. Pretty cute. Sites are large and well maintained. It has a store with some supplies and trinkets. There is a nice laundry. Staff and owners are very friendly and helpful. There are lots of one night stays, but this is not disruptive or a problem. Monthly rate is a little high, but we would probably stay there again.
This is the best Passport America Park I think we have ever stayed in. We even stayed an additional 3 nights. Staff is very friendly. There are buddy sites and large pull-ins. They had their monthly BBQ while we were there. Lots of RVs with jeeps spend the summer there, but it was not trashy or looked overly "lived in". We would stay there again.
This is a nice park just as you come into town via SR 50. You have to make a u-turn to get to park which can be tricky with traffic. There are buddy sites. It is very quiet at night. Staff is friendly and helpful. There is a large laundry area with large washers and dryers. Lots of activities are available. We would stay here again.
Adult park (over 55) with large sites close to city shops. Managers are extremely friendly and helpful suggesting places to go while here. This is a non-profit city park and they are always looking to upgrade its facilities. We stayed for a week. We would definitely stay here again.
Previous ratings seem a bit harsh. This is a small but extremely well maintained park. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. The bathrooms, showers and laundry rooms are immaculate and laundry is cheap, $1.00 for wash and $1.50 for a 60 minute dry. Yes they are double pull thru sites but they are extremely long and should have enough room for most rigs. The staff felt bad that they didn't have the space to put us in the front spot, but it was no big deal. The camper in front of us left so we will be able to pull straight through. I think this is one of the nicest parks we've been in.
Down a county road with a narrow bridge over the Arkansas River (17 ton limit). Turn for RV park is just before railroad bridge with only a 10 foot clearing. Had us scared until we realized where the park really was. Woman and her son were very helpful and accommodating. Even offered to trim off branches of trees if needed. Right on the river. Quaint park.
Ok for one night stay. Diesel smell from large truck stop at Little America required us to close our windows and use air conditioning rather than breath fresh mountain air. We were in a pull in site that was suppose to hold 2 rigs but they would need to be two short rigs. Associated restaurant very expensive.