We stayed on a Wednesday night. At about 5:30 pm the horse trailers start rolling in at the nearby arena. We walked over to see what was happening and were treated to team roping and barrel racing events for the evening. Lots of fun. Very nice clean restrooms and showers. Water and electric connections for over 120 sites. Only a few other campers there. We were towing our toad, so pulled in sideways (and took up two sites), but no one around to care or to need the space. No envelopes to pay the fee so walked to the fairground office to get one. Paid $25. Will return someday when passing through the area.
Stayed for one night. Had a bluegrass festival going on. When we called, was told that to stay overnight, had to pay for concert tickets as well. Expensive for uneven sites. Additionally, our electric was bad. Had to connect to a neighboring pedestal.
I simply must agree with the previous review. It was spot on. I must add, that during my wife's and my evening constitution, we got to pet goats and feed horses. There was also a pack of dogs playing fetch. After a rough 7 hour day pulling a trailer in high wind, it was fun and relaxing. Friday of Labor Day weekend and only 5 spots out of 102 taken!! Amazing.
Grassy sites with water and electricity. Had a dump station there. It was $25 a night or $100 for the week. Had a rodeo event there. There was only 6 or 7 sites filled out of 122. We would stay there again!