Date of Stay: July, 2016
We camped here a week before the fair. The park was almost empty. Entrance is just past the main entry to the north. Follow signs to the caretakers house in the group of trees to check in. The sites are back-in but was told that since we were just staying one night we could just parallel park. All utilities are at the back of the site behind what looks to be newer 2 rail wood fence, easy access to utilities.
Date of Stay: September, 2015
Dogs barking (pit bulls), campers burning garbage (stinks) One trailer was allowing their tanks to drain onto campsite and running into street. Sites are long enough for big rigs. 7 day limit. Some trailers were really run down. We will not be back unless we have to. We usually stay at the Puyallup Fairgrounds but couldn't because the fair was going on.
Date of Stay: September, 2014
Lovely campground. Nice long pull-through site. Trees for shade or pick site in sunshine. Would camp here again. It's just off the freeway but far enough away.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
This is a nice parks with lots of trees and grass. Lots of seasonal campers permanently here for the summer, but still about 10 sites available. Electric only -shared by 2 sites, no water, no dump station. $15 for non county residents. The sites are VERY wide and since you share a hookup the stretch is very long. You have 40-50 feet between some sites. There is a lake and boat access. Very nice, we would come back. The state park is just down the road so maybe that's where you use the dump? Outhouses scattered around the park for use.
Date of Stay: March, 2010
This is just an open field. Most sites the sewer/water/electric is at the rear so it makes for a very long sewer line. Rate of $20 per night is only if you pay in the fair office Monday-Friday, 9-5. Rate of $25 is charged if you pay at the campground with the campground host, cash only. About 12 of the sites are pull-through and therefore you can set up your sewer/water/electric closer. There is an area that is water/electric only.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
We found a nice shady site. Lots of trees. Long pull throughs. New campground. Some sites still need the gravel packed down. The Wi-Fi comes from an antenna on top of the Office. The long pull- through sites are the farthest away. Even though my signal only showed 2 bars of strength it worked fine and was fast. I think it was too expensive though.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
After phoning numerous campgrounds in the area including another casino which charged $30! This one was great. Paid $18 for a 30amp back-in site along the tree line. Nice wide sites, lots of room for slide-outs. Green picnic area on one side as well as clearly marked pet area. Short walk to the casino. Large no-smoking casino area. I even won 3 out of 4 nights! Pull through sites don't have painted lines to guide you, but I didn't see what the fuss was. Extra wide roads between each row and around the perimeter. We would definitely come back. It's at a dead end road. We saw security drive through a couple of times. Felt safe and secure even without them. You have access to pool and spa at the hotel.
Date of Stay: February, 2007
Small empty gravel area outside of town. Self-pay station. Someone did live on the premise. All gravel area. Sites are VERY narrow. Slide outs only fit if no one is in a site next door. We stayed 2 nights. Nice quiet open prarie surrounding.
Date of Stay: January, 2007
Stayed 3 weeks trying to get refrig/hot water tank/washer fixed. We had only planned on staying 1 wk but it seemed to take forever to figure out what parts needed to be ordered and then to order them. Small town of Mesilla just down the road. Refilled propane 2 times without any problems.