The big rig section of this park is brand new and it shows. We had very low voltage (103volts)for almost a day. The landscaping is dirty and mud. The only trash cans, bathrooms and other facilities are in the old section of the park. The mosquitos were horrid. On the good side, the staff was friendly, and is close to the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center and the Russel Museum.
We arrived and they showed us our pull-through spot... it was ridiculously tight and had tree limbs that would have hit the roof. I asked for another spot and they directed me to the "new area" (although it's been there a couple of years). It basically is a dirt lot with weeds in between each space. The weeds were over two feet tall! I guess enough people complained because they cut them down the next day. Then the following day, large dump trucks started hauling dirt across the park. The trucks went up and down in front of my RV every few minutes. My motorhome has never been so dirty from all the dust. We complained and they started running a water truck up and down the road a couple of times per day. Then they started working into the night... going until 10:00 pm! I complained and they finally stopped. I tried to get in touch with the owner, but was told that it wasn't possible. The staff said that the nickname for the area is the "dust bowl". The WiFi was bad... water pressure was 20-25 psi... no cable TV. All this for a ridiculous $65 per night!!! I guess this is probably a good park if you have a smaller RV and can park in the old section... but if you are larger, I would consider driving to someplace else!
A very overpriced horrible maintained park! The grass areas for the most part are unmowed(someplace knee high) weeds and thistles . What help they do have work their tails of but need more help. It's to bad this could be a wonderful park