We rely on this site for beneficial information about RV parks. At first, we were a bit leary about the one negative post about muddy roads. Obviously, this was a one time occasion, because this place was great. Of course, there is a drought, so mud wasn't an issue. The roads are easily accessible and have stone in the road bed. The staff were more than kind, and check in was quite easy. We selected full hook ups, so our entire bill was $38. Our main concern was keeping our pull behind hooked up...not a problem...most of the sites are long pull throughs. The laundry facility and restrooms were connected to the office, and quite accessible. Of particular interest, this is a big RV park, and the views are fantastic. Then to, there were large fields, neatly groomed, so you can walk your dogs and not bother other campers. Also, there were trash receptacles generiosly dispersed about the grounds, so no messy dumpsters. Overall, this was a great RV park, and we would definitely come back again
Town with amazing Pioneer Museum across the street from the Camp grounds. A must to visit. Level gravel full hook ups. A few trees but Not much shade and just open fields. Easy pull in site. No issues. You can pick your own site. Nice staff. Two simple restaurants nearby. Diesel fuel also nearby. Good place to stay. Baths clean
Stayed here in a 36' Fifthwheel. Nice staff but basic park with dirt roads and gravel pads. Some shade . Told they have wifi but unable to find. Okay for overnight stop and is easy on/ off of I-90. Probably would stay again if in area.
Nice lady at checkin. Electric and water with Good Sam discount was $34. Was able to park anywhere and as ground was dry, no mud problem. Plenty of room to park and entire stay quiet.This was my 3rd stay. Would return.
Very wet and not level. Dirt pads. We are 45' long plus tow car. We left and did not stay.
But for the mud, the mud that sticks, is the park problem during or after rain. I would think that if the park covered all park roads with crushed railroad ballast rock; as a result, solution to the mud problem.
Bathrooms seemed clean, plenty of open spots ,harder to find location, but campground is directly behind the Sinclair gas station . Bathrooms had 3 bathroom stalls and 2 shower. Overall happy with our experience
Situated right beside the I90 you'll find this awesome RV park and you'll be welcomed by 2 great hosts. Everything is clean from A to Z. You could eat in the restrooms ! Easy to pull in, you choose your site and... your check out time !! You have the cheapest gaz right beside and you can find few restaurant not far from there. We were there for a quick stop and finaly decide to stay 2 nights to relaxe and enjoy the place ! 100% recommanded
I stayed here based on the rave reviews. The hosts were pleasant and they generously held my space for 5 hours despite it being the last site available and had other RVers wanting it. The sites were level and the other campers were a little suspect but nice. The reason for the low rating was the mud. Oh the mud! I'll never be clean again! It cant be helped that it rained, but the camp is obviously used to the problem because they want you to remove your muddy shoes before entering the restrooms. Here's a tip - lay some gravel down!
Nice laundry and showers. Friendly staff. It s all dirt so in rain will be very muddy. Not real level but it works. Held site for us as we were running late would stay again
Stayed just one night. They assured us they had 75 pull thru sites. They had a few long sites but the only way we could get in was to back in. Grass & gravel with mostly dirt. Should have been priced closer to $28 to $30 with GS discount.