Reviews for Pioneer City Park

| Awesome spot

By user-4900638... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-06-22 to 2017-06-23

We found this spot on our way through town. What a great little spot for $10!!!! The sites all have concrete pads and full hookups. You do need to call the city for the lock code and pay for the water, but we got lucky and ours wasn't locked. There's a horseshoe pit too. Great little oasis!

| Great stop

By user-5861878... on 2017-10-23.

New level concrete pads. $10. 30, 50 amp. Didn't need water or dump station. Perfect stop half way between Denver and Black Hills

| Perfect for overnight

By user-5272730... on 2017-10-23.

Great stop for overnight. Clean park. Only $10.

| On the Road to Custer State Park

By user-5805217... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2014-05-03 to 2014-05-04

This may have been a very nice park at one time. But it is currently under some work. The water had not been turned on at the time we stayed. But the electric was. Since we are fully self contained, we did not mine. As you can see by the photos the lock box had been destroyed and not repaired yet. So we did not have to pay the Fee. It is a quite place for a day or 2. Susan & I seek out these city parks because of the atomsphere.

| We only stopped for a break

By user-2395001 on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-09-23 to 2015-09-23

The repairs are done, but the rules board is easy to miss on the way in. It now a clean and nice place with about a dozen concrete level pads. Each has power and water, but you have to call city hall for combination for the water. (I don't know how that works on evenings or weekends.) There is a dump site available.

| Good stay

By user-4904714... on 2018-05-17. Stayed 2018-04-23 to 2018-04-24

For 15 bucks, what's not to love? Wide, concrete sites that are fairly level. Water and electric only but a dump station is provided. The city provided a nice welcome letter in the pay box and we we're able to call them, get the lock code for the water, and pay with a credit card. Couldn't get the wifi to connect but not a deal breaker. This app said they were closed in April but that wasn't the case. Great place for a short or long stay.

By user-6323551... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-05-24 to 2019-05-25

A real gem. Concrete pads, with pressed gravel around them, water and electric, dump station. Large Spacious sites, lots of luscious green grass for pets. Honor payment box! No showers but restroom. WiFi would not connect and only 1 antenna channel. Perfect for an overnight on the road.

| Excellent city rv stop

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09.

50, 30 amp, water, dump. Nice playground. Fairly quiet. Well worth it versus rest areas. Paved pads. Spots are back in, although some people pull through and tear up the grass.

By user-5743361... on 2019-08-09.

What a Godsend this cute, quiet town park was for us today. After far too many hours on the road, and checking out another local campground, UGH, we were going to head all of the way to Cheyenne. One last look at RV Parky, I found this. Perfect! Level concrete pads, electric, and water apparently if you contact someone at the town earlier.

| A Nice Little Oasis for the Weary Traveler

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-07-21 to 2019-07-22

Clean area, nice level concrete pads, has electric and water* AND Wifi!* (*have to get the water code from City Hall, which is open 7-4 M-F). Our GPS failed to bring us to the right spot, but a very cordial townsperson offered to lead us to it. Self check-in. Dump station near the park's shelter house.