Reviews for Trailside RV Park

| One day

By user-5231623... on 2017-10-23.

We stopped here for a single night. Askef for a pull thru so we would not have disconnect from truck. Good Sams showed the pull tru to be 75 ft. Truck and camper are 44 ft. We had to disconnect and turn truck sideways to park. Also Good Sams rated as a 9. The pull thru that we had was not level at all. Would not recommend.

| Photoman

By user-4793745... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-05-22 to 2015-06-01

Found this park to be okay for few day visit to area. Has lots of permanent residents living here but not a problem. Sites are tight but adequate . Many sites do not have sewer but they do provide free honey wagon several times a week. Probably stay again if passing thru again on day.

| One night

By user-4823786... on 2017-10-23.

Roads inside the park are not too great. We wanted to stay only one night, and were placed facing the interstate. Heavy truck traffic all night. No sewer hookup at the overbite area. Brightly lit at night. We won't stay there again.

| Keep Going

By user-5781860... on 2017-10-23.

If you just need a place to park your wheels for a night it would be acceptable. It is right on the edge of the interstate so traffic noise is very loud. It has easy access to the highway. Also has a pool. There are a lot of long term and essentially permanent campers that tend to junk up the place. It is open year round but if staying in the area during the spring-fall season I would recommend staying at Blue Springs lake or Lake Jacomo campground (run by Jackson County Parks and Rec) just a few more miles down the interstate. Far more secluded, cleaner, and a much better overall camping experience!

| Tired, Shopworn and Inoperative WiFi

By user-5891827... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-08-17 to 2017-08-20

When we made our reservations for a three-night stay I was not advised we would be assigned a site with no sewer hookup. Despite the fact that they prominently advertise WiFi as an amenity, we were never able to connect our Apple devices...a problem that they claim lies with Apple and. It their network! (We've never had any trouble connecting our Apple devices to other networks.) The men's toilets have a bizarre and graphic five-step process for flushing to avoid clogging. Just fix the danged plumbing! The showers are tired looking, and the shower heads are anemic. The place has a shabby, seedy appearance, although the pool seems well maintained. The combination office/store (which is woefully understocked) makes a poor first impression. I find it hard to believe that this poorly managed and maintained RV Park meets Good Sam's standards. The road noise from I-70 is awful. I gave this park two stars only because it does provide power and water. We are relatively new to RVing, but this is far and away the worst RV Park we have stayed at. We will never stay here again.

| 20 questions

By user-5957071... on 2017-10-23.

In all the years we have camped I have never had to answer so many questions just to spend a night! My drivers license was closely examined under a magnifying glass too. We are marking this one as "do not return" because the sites were too small and the turns were very sharp and close.

| Not bad for a nightly stop

By user-5081344... on 2017-10-23.

Clean, kinda crowded but plenty of room to set up. Great place to get off the road for the night.

| OK for an overnight

By user-6671346... on 2019-08-09.

Pros: Level, pea gravel pull through. Good OTA TV and Verizon. EZ on/off I-70. Close (20 miles) to Truman Library and home. Cons: grounds unkept, sites close together, road noise, interior roads in need of repair, electrical pole required extension cord to reach back of trailer, no sewer at site, dump station hard to get to. This is is an older campground designed for smaller rigs. It is in need of an upgrade. The check in office was unappealing, didn't use bathroom or laundry.