We camped here for a quick trip down the Niobrara river with our kids. I can't say I'd want to camp here again. We were the only campers there since it was during the week. You're out in the middle of nowhere so no cell phone coverage, no radio or TV stations. We weren't expecting much but we were charged for little things - like kids! The lady was nice but you can tell they're used to dealing with groups that come in to party for the weekend. They offered everything that we needed to tube down the river. They gave us a ride to the launch site, and their location was our end spot. Just seemed like we were charged for 'little extras' in the final bill. What they call a 'shower' is just some wood walls with a hose so plan to bathe in the river if you're staying more than 2 nights. The bathrooms are outhouses.
Overall this is a great location and nice park but the campers are packed in and the bathrooms are nice but not clean. We arrived at 9:30 in the evening. It was dark and the office was locked up. We did locate one of the camp hosts to let us in and he was very helpful, took us to our site, and helped us get backed in. We did not have a converter for 50 amp, lucky for us they did for a $25 deposit. LOVED the location. Across the street is the lake with a nice bike trail. We were able to walk to the water park and city park. Lots of trees. The sites are only okay, gravel and somewhat level. They allow way too many cars to park in the campsite, it was difficult to maneuver the camper and back into the tight spot. The price was right for full hook-ups and the bike trail right there. I would have given this park a 10 if it wasn't for the tight spots and dirty bathrooms.