Date of Stay: July, 2015
Very run down. This mighta been a great place 35 years ago but it's obvious nothing has been reinvested in it. Way to many long-termers with all the junk that they accumulate if allowed to. Way to many old RVs that should be in the junk yard by now. The trailer next to me has a red tag hanging on the door. Streets are badly neglected. Jellystone Inc should pull any affiliation from this place. Surprised they haven't. We are here at the height of vacation season and took what was available. Otherwise we wouldn't have considered it. They charged $16.00 for electric and $16.00 for service for a four night stay on top of the $38. I requested a sat TV friendly site ahead of time and they accommodated me with that.
Date of Stay: May, 2015
The place is very crude. First the sign on the highway is set back so that if you come from Custer, you're coming down a hill and on it before you know it. There is no advance sign advising that the entrance is near. There are no security lights AT ALL in the park. It's pitch dark. When they mow, they have no concern that the cuttings are blown up on your chairs and rug. This place appears to be some amateur's idea of "hey, let's put a campground on that worthless piece of ground". There are surely better spots near Custer.
Date of Stay: May, 2012
The curious thing about this RV park is the way it is laid out. The whole park is laid out just as backwards as you can get it! Every spot is situated so that you back into it from your blind side! You back into them to the right. You must use your right side mirror, which is the furthest away from the driver. And which nowadays is an infernal wide-angle mirror and makes the image even smaller. You're way into your spot before you can see your fixture on the left side. Power mirrors and a good guesstimate of distances give a huge advantage here! I give this place a 7 mainly because there's a severe lack of RV parks in the whole Dallas area and this one ain't bad.
Date of Stay: September, 2010
I'm staying here for the Labor Day week NHRA Nationals. Being a gearhead, I frequently camp "at the track" at quite a few different motorsport events and I find this place to be quite a nice experience. And the event package price of $400, when spread out over the 8 nights of the event and considering that this is an event-oriented campsite, is pretty reasonable. The campground and the spots are fairly level, the roads are gravel and smooth and there is well maintained grass everywhere. I'll stay here again. I've paid as much before and gotten much less.
Date of Stay: October, 2009
Well, we read several of the less than flattering prior comments about this park and still decided to give it a try. As I read the prior comments about poor showers, poor toilets, lousy picnic tables, rusted out grills yada, yada, yada. I got to thinking that I'd paid quite a bit of money in purchasing this RV so that I WOULD HAVE a clean toilet, clean shower, tidy kitchen, etc., with me at all times. So, as long as the park has adequate water, sewer and power hook ups and has reasonable sized and arranged spots, I could care less, quite frankly. We pulled in in the early afternoon, pulled out early next morning, went up the road to see the caverns and went on our merry way later that afternoon. This park served its purpose well for us. Now, if you're the type who is driving a half million dollar MH, pulling a pricey toad and quibbles endlessly over a measly $38, you should stay way away from this place!
Date of Stay: May, 2009
The spots were nicely spaced, level, everything works, the park well laid out and easy to find in the Missouri hills with a GPS navigator. The staff is friendly and way beyond helpful. We had the misfortune to have our little Yorkie die while there: late on a Friday evening. Light rain, but they volunteered to bury her for us!!! Needless to say, I'll be coming back to this park in the future.