More trailer park than RV Park but I figured at $16 day (cash only, no refund), it would be Ok for 1 night. But it has a centralized location for garbage dumpsters & it appears the vast majority of the RV sites are adjacent to that site. Wind was blowing away from me at 1st but as the direction changed, the stench got really bad. My allergies are kicking up horribly. Guess I see the reason for the cash only, no refund policy.
I usly stay on blm land and go to town for emptying gray water trash snd so on. $16 is a good deal for a night i perfer the trascans close makes all vhorse ezer water and sewer, electrty on site. Semed nice to me one note. You do have to hook up to sewer they do not have a dump station if u make a mess at the sewer hook up they have to remove the cotamted dirt thas has the mess on it. Being that it is tribal land acording to them. They were friendly
Clean, quiet, level, and priced right. Seems nowadays RV parks think they are budget motels. Charging $50, 60, even 70 per night. Outrageous price for a place to stay in your own rig. This park is perfect for a quiet night, week or month. Price is great, clubhouse is large and clean. Shower is hot, laundry is modern and inexpensive. We stayed here a week for what two nights would have cost near the river.
This is a great find for a day, week, or all winter. Flat gravel sites with concrete patio, and full hookups. (50-amp). Very affordable rates well maintained park, with shower and laundry. Not a "resort" no pool or golf course, but off the highway, and no train noise. Discounts for weekly and monthly.
This place is nice and quiet. Full hook ups for a fair price. Friendly gal in the office was very accommodating. Will definitely come back.