Older park but very clean. Sites are level and fairly roomy. A third to half the park seems to be occupied by older trailers that have taken up residence there.
Great for an overnight stop without unhooking; probably good for seeing the area also. Fairly level sites, long pullthroughs, very clean bathhouse and laundry. Friendly and helpful owners. 353 Street is gravel all the way to campground; next time we will take the paved Argyle Road. No amenities but we were able to get broadcast TV with antenna.
Sites are gravel but level. Decent space between sites. Lots of trees, nice pavilion, laundry facility is nice and not outrageously priced. The showers and restrooms are also very nice. It's an older campground but well maintained. It's not to far from the town of Keokuk, which is a small town located on the Mississippi River. Many historical sites, and a lock and dam to watch the barges lock thru. Full hookups, some drive thru sites, and the owners are very nice as well. It would be nice if there was a light on the large sign on the main road so you can see where to turn at night. But overall it's quiet and nice. Would stay here again for sure. They do offer Good Sam discount.