Mistakenly thought that the campground offered pull-through sites, but it did not. While it was nice for the staff to try to guide my husband as he backed into the rather narrow site, they did not seem to have an understanding how to assist in a helpful manner. Still we finally managed to get into the site and get settled. There is supposedly free Wi-Fi but the signal was too weak for us to use it. I think the park would be much nicer in the summer than it was when we were here.
This is not a park for large motor homes such as ours. The owner is a lovely woman and I hate to say anything negative but this is NOT a year-round park as advertised. When we were here, there was no water to the site and no sewer hook-ups. The roadways through the park are hilly and narrow. I think it would be fine if you have a tent, a pop-up, or a small trailer: just not anything bigger.
The review will not allow me to leave the nightly rate blank. I think it's less than $20 normally but we arrived before the park opened for the season and were allowed to stay free of charge since only the electricity was available at the site. No problem. We appreciated the 24-hour security, the shuttle to the casino, the food in the fine restaurant, the river view, and the friendly staff. We would definitely return when the park is open.
We stayed here two nights and found it very quiet and pleasant. Really liked the nice wide sites. It's true there are few trees but the area where we were parked is relatively new they said and the trees are young. The all-round maintenance person is one of the owner's family members. Extremely friendly and personable. The free breakfast is adequate but the same each day so if you desire more variety you may want to order from the menu or stick with eating "at home." It's not far from Craters of the Moon National Monument and the atomic energy museum so there are some neat side trips to take.