What a great park huge concrete pads And a shuttle to the casino
We have stayed at this state-of-the-art park three times, and we highly recommend it, although the price is a little stiff. On our first stay, we paid $50 ($50 for a standard site minus $5 AAA/Good Sam discount plus $5 tax). On our next two stays, we paid $45. (You receive an additional $5 off if you return within 30 days of your previous stay.) All sites have level, concrete pads. Pull-through sites are surrounded by gravel; back-in sites have grass side yards. Be careful not to leave items outside overnight, as the automatic sprinklers will douse them. All sites have picnic tables. The clubhouse building is spacious and immaculate. It also houses pristine toilets and showers as well as a laundry room. We did not use any of the recreation facilities (e.g., swimming pool and pickleball court). We are not gamblers, so we did not take advantage of the free shuttle bus to the casino (which is within walking distance of the park). The gas/convenience station associated with the casino is about a 1/2 mile from the park. It is well supplied but - as expected - expensive. The entire facility is fenced and gated, and you are given an access card upon check-in. The dog parks are smallish, but walking the paved perimeter of the park is .8 miles, so it's easy to get in a good walk. Although we are never wild about paying $45-$50 for a one-night stay, every once in a while it's nice to treat ourselves to such a great facility.
One of the best I've seen along I-40 or I-10. Nice open layout with very wide and very long sites, some with grass, and a beautiful clubhouse. A short walk to the casino.