Date of Stay: December, 2014
I came back after 5 years. aside from adding wifi, park is the same. I don't really feel that wifi justifies the 8 dollar hike in price. Still a decent park if you need something convenient to the Coffeyville area. The new wifi was solid and fast, park was kept reasonably clean, and the host is friendly.
Date of Stay: September, 2009
This is a very basic park for a very cheap price. We were in the area to work, so it worked for us, but its not exactly a 'nice' park. Spaces are tight, and there's no bathhouse at all. If you can't stand traffic noise or trains, either don't go here, or wear earplugs... this place is noisy. You can get hooked up to cable if you're staying a while, but no cable provided by the park.
Date of Stay: April, 2009
Overall, good park. Restrooms were spotless. Store staff was friendly. Helpful escort to site. Plenty of crystal clear cable channels. The bad? very very slow Wi-Fi. There was decent signal throughout the park, but the connection itself was almost as bad as dial-up at times.
Date of Stay: June, 2008
A great 'pass-through' park! Right off I-65, and very close to I-85, but even as close as the major roads are, trees around the edge of the park blocks a good deal of the road-noise. Every site is pull-through, with FHU and 70 some-odd cable channels, and they are all reasonably level. WiFi has been recently updated with more routers, and signal is now good throughout most of the park. The only bummer is: no shade.
Date of Stay: January, 2008
Very beautiful. Great getaway. Only water and electric hookups, but then again, it's a state park. The dump station was easy to get into and out of.