Date of Stay: September, 2007
Nice park for sure. Was a little disappointed as I guess I expected too much from reading all the reviews. Up sides are: it's very clean, nice paved sites (ours was a little unlevel though), big spaces between them, garbage is picked up at the site daily, and free shuttle 24 hrs to casino. (Just call and they come pick you up.) Downsides: it was a little too open for my tastes. Had small shade trees for chairs but really no larger trees or wooded area's that shade the rigs. Was also rather strange that it was VERY quiet. Not even a radio playing. Enjoyed the train whistle as it broke up the silence. More like a quiet park than a campground. Kids here also seemed bored as not much going on. Definitely seems it's more for the people that want to stop a day or two and combine camping with a casino trip.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
This is a membership campground (Thousand Trails) - non members welcome except holidays, and runs around $40 a night. Has theme weekends, and park is very clean and well kept. Sites vary in size and most are easy to get into nice shade trees. Gets very crowded during the summer months but Sept, Oct and pre-season basically have pick of sites/location
Date of Stay: July, 2007
Not as good as others I've been to. Rather expensive for what's available. Most sites small, and looks/feels more like a seasonal site campground.