This is a beautiful well kept state park. Lots of trees and easily to get in and out. We stayed one night but would stay again longer. They have a river that runs through they stock with trout and you can fish. We stayed in a 30 ft. 5th wheel at a site with water and electric. You can make reservations on line for North Dakota parks which is a plus.
About 20 miles west of Grand Forks. Quite typical for ND state parks. All pull through sites with water and electricity. Long sites for any RV. Great spot for biking and hiking. An old established park always in pristine condition with many facilities for rvs, tents, picnics, cottagers or receptions/weddings. Also interesting drives in the neighbourhood. Have stayed there dozens of timescand will likely be back!
WOW what a gem, North Dakota you have done yourself proud. Easy access, friendly staff, large sites ... bit odd entrance odd / even sites drive down the same narrow_ish (not wide enough to pass) drive in the opposite direction to enter. Can be entertaining. Park is a 10/10 gem, lots to do (walk about), lots to see. Only 1/2 to Grand Forks. BTW Rogers (CDN) on USA network for roaming does not work - drive 1/2 way to GF to get a signal. No WiFi - don't recall but there may be an OTA TV station or 2. Would we be back YOU BET, when the CDN $$ is worth something again.
Stayed overnight, and would love to go back for longer stay. Nice walking/ biking trails. Park is clean and well maintained. Mosquitoes are bad this year so they are spraying and they let you know when they are going to spray, so you and pets can get inside. Electric, water and dump site. Quiet and peaceful. Cost was $7 for day pass and $25 for campsite.