This park is available at a donation rate. We gave $15/night for the 3 nights we were there. We stay here to be close to family. However, this park is also on the Oregon Trail. There is a tremendous amount of history in the area regarding the Oregon Trail. There is water and 30 amp electric. For an additional fee, you can utilize the city pool which is across the street. There is also a large playground for children.
We stayed here with our Passport America Membership and were here for one night. The pool was in disrepair as was the mini-golf course. There was no place for our children to play. It was quiet and easy to get to. It was fine for an overnighter and then move on down the road.
We stayed here in the middle of a small dust storm - dreadful wind and threatening storms. We came in after hours and were able to get to a our site quickly and set up quickly. Due to the weather, we did not use any of the amenities. What we did see of the park, we could tell it was well maintained and family friendly. It was a very nice KOA park in Western Kansas. However, I won't give it a "10" because we don't like parks that charge/penalize us just for having children.