Mostly level and good gravel interior roads. No trees to get in your way.
No frills park near I80 in Iowa 30 miles from Omaho Grounds were clean and neat. Great place for a one night stop. Traffic can be loud at times. Close the window and turn on the ac
Just stayed one night traveling from CA to IN. Registration is at the motel next door. Very nice staff. Gravel sites with grass between sites. Very reasonable price $33 we would stay there again.
Not much of a park but people who run it are real nice. Sites are pull through and full hookup. Good power and Verizon works good. Sites are narrow and grass and gravel Great for a one night stay.
We have stayed at this park several weeks for the last three summers. It is a large park with many pull thrus and full hookups. Bathrooms and showers are clean. Park is on a barron hilltop with no shade. There is easy access to fuel and restaurants. Easy on-off I-80.
Just an open grass field with a gravel road running through it. Hookups where okay but based on what it is the price should be about $25 a night.
Spotty WiFi, the area has limited phone with att. No shade. But sites fairly level, not next to each other, can choose on site. Most surprising, after 5 inch rain one nite, our site was only damp. No standing water, except small puddle on entry. Not much to do here, but we had relatives to visit. Easy on off interstate. Restaurant across road was great too.
Certainly not a family vacation destination. But for just pulling off I-80 for the night - not bad at all. Sites are all grass with gravel roadway. Super friendly and accommodating front desk. Park was 80% full on a Saturday night in September. But don t call for a reservation because they don t take any. FCFS. A couple of coffee shops, convenience store and fuel nearby. Loves and a MdDonalds just across the Interstate. If you want water you ll get a turn on key atvthe desk - returnable before you leave. Ours required a lot of upmh to turn it on but we made it work. Hint: DON T pull up to the office in a big rig or toad cause there s no road into the park and limited room to turn around. Pull into the Shell station and walk over to the office (in the motel) to check in. Cindy is the best.
No trees, pull thru spots on dirt/gravel. Not a bad place to stay as long as you don t have high expectations. It s just fine for us!
Pretty basic campground, no trees. Right off interstate so easy to get to. (Park at Shell station do not pull into Inn no way out!) Interstate noise was there but not too awful. Showers need a good cleaning and some upgrade for a little privacy while showering.
We stayed one night. Fortunately I read the reviews that said to park across from the office. Either walk around or over the pretty good sized lawn. Not easy for those of us who are physically challenged. They don t take reservations, so you take your chances. There was plenty of room when we stopped, though. The woman who checked us in was nice enough, but there aren t assigned spaces, you drive through and pick one. Got to our site and the one next to us had a dog dish with old spaghetti and meatballs in it, along with some junk that maybe the last guy used to put his leveling jacks on. (Tells me they don t clean up or even look at the rv park occasionally) Grass in between gravel was high, some spaces were mud traps. I might use this park again for an overnight we, but not any more than that.
Long term guests park in what should be open spaces. They don't clean up poop, and are generally very messy. Management obviously doesn't care.