Views of the lake are beautiful. Clean grounds and restrooms. Playground for kids. Beach area for swimming. Very friendly.
IF - you like being packed together like sardines IF - you like spending the evening listening to screaming children IF - you like people being allowed to carry on "domestic" disputes outdoors all night IF - you like to listen to other people singing off-key to amplified music late at night IF - you like motorized vehicles buzzing around IF - you think management calling this a quiet campground at 11PM THEN - this is the place for you
We stayed here for 4 nights. Admittedly in the off season. Big shade trees, we had a pull through with FHU,s and a lake view. Is close to down town Mitchell. Place was clean. They are in the process of growing new grass. Has playground equipment for kids.
The folks who sub leased the campground gave it up and the city took over management in 2017. Nice CG but rates went up to $37 a night. Full hook ups including TV. You do everything self service. No reservation system. First come first served thus the usage is way down. We stayed there for 5 months last year. Nice CG though
Nice, quiet, shady spots. Hosts were very attentive and nice! This is a good stopover in a quiet town.
City Park with full service at RV sites. Level paved sites. Grass trees and average spacing. Minimal privacy.
A city run rv Park that s awesome, how could that be? Well it happens when you have a beautiful piece of property on a huge lake. Full hookups and much more. This is a little oasis less than two miles from the world famous Corn Palace. We scored a shady pull through site with full hookups (no cable though). The campground has a small playground and you can walk to the waters edge where there s a small beach. We ran to Walmart and saw several RV s dry camping but for a mere $37 we were in paradise, it doesn t hurt when you have a great host so kudos to you Willie. I wouldn t hesitate to stay here again...
Quiet, nice and flat pull thru's, lots of trees. Camp host greeted us (as opposed to other parks where we've stayed where the camp host was MIA). A little pricey.