Date of Stay: May, 2013
The camphost was very helpful and went out of his way to accommodate our request. The park is well maintained with only a few trees that need to be cut back for larger rigs. It does have paved streets and pads. There is no dump station (although the entrance board states that is does have a DS). There are water spigots to fill your fresh water tank, but bring your rubber hose tip because there are no threads. The closest dump station is under 5 miles away at $15 dollars per use. We enjoyed this campground as it is very quiet at night and has really beautiful views of Flaming Gorge Reservoir. We did not use the main bathrooms/showers at the front entrance, but there are vault toilets placed all over the park - which we also did not use.
Date of Stay: March, 2013
I have to say I agree with the 2012 reviewer, this is a great RV park with full hookups. We also stayed for 2 nights with our 38' 5th-wheel. Very well maintained park, clean restrooms & showers (we did take a look at them). Coin laundry on site, as well as direct TV in clubhouse (we didn't use either one). Free Wi-Fi throughout the park was very convenient. Managers are very friendly and helpful, answered all our questions, and allowed us to pick from a few different sites & showed us how to hook up the water line (which we have only seen this style one other time). Close to I-17, but far enough back on highway 69 to have not much traffic noise. There are trees on each site, but newly planted trees, so it will take a bit longer before they provide more shade. Enjoyed staying here; will return if in the area again! The only reason we gave this park a 9 was because the sewer access in this site was slightly uphill which does cause waste water to sit in the hose, which you have to deal with.
Date of Stay: August, 2012
We spent a few nights in this park and have stayed here several times before. It was a clean park, some traffic noise from the two nearby highways (I-35 and I-44). The front desk help was not the most accommodating we have ran into, but are kind people. Mostly paved areas with a few gravel roads and spots on the edges of the park. They have a new swimming pool (free for RV + 2 guests and don't forget your armbands or they will be telling you to trek across the RV park to get them even if your just sitting at the pool watching your children), 18 hole miniature golf ($6.50 adults - $3.50 children) and a new workout room.
Date of Stay: March, 2012
After hours check-in. 38' RV. They did leave our welcome information on the door. Easy back-in, level site, great cable TV lineup, high water pressure with full-hookups. Welcome document lists free Wi-Fi, but provides no password or user name, the Wi-Fi signal is from Tengo and asked for a credit card for payment. Quiet park even though it was very full. Very little road noise. Right next to Lucy Park. A great value, we would use it again.
Date of Stay: May, 2011
We stayed here in a 38' 5th wheel for a month $325 + $40 electric (no membership). A nicely wooded campground, gravel roads, mostly gravel camping areas with a few concrete slabs, some sites are level some are not. VERY HIGH WATER pressure, so watch yourself, electric was very good. The park is very dated, in need of some TLC, but it is certainly clean. The gravel roads are for the most part well taken care of. We had a few rocks hit and at least one damage our rig when the local camp host was mowing on an old riding mower. After we mentioned the rocks hitting the rig, the grass was not mowed around us again while we were here and of course he let us know how it simply would not be possible the way he mows, but we were home and it was VERY loud strikes when the rocks hit. We did not have the same problem with the commercial mowers. Some low hanging trees line the roads which will cause a problem for bigger rigs like ours. A very quiet location on our scale, the train can only be heard WAY OFF in the distance. Internet can only be gotten inside and just around the gym, its a large park, so count on no WiFi at your location. The laundry room was clean, we did overhear a conversation between another customer and staff about the machines taking her money and not starting. Who knows, could have been operator error? This park sits just inside the Mammoth Cave National Park which is a beautiful area, bike and hiking trails and of course the cave systems are about 10 minutes up the road. Pool was just being open, the putt-putt course needed repair and cleaning, the gym had very old equipment, the buildings and bathrooms/showers were old but clean. WiFi was fast and worked every time we used it except for one day. Wal-Mart was about a 30 mile round trip, the Dollar Store and gas was about 1 mile down the road. There is an outdoor gun range that is somewhere in the distance, so some days there was a lot of shooting and others none at all, the noise level was not bad at all. The camp hosts and staff were all very nice. We would certainly stay here again for the nice staff, silence, nature and beauty of the area.
Date of Stay: April, 2011
Nice looking park with some trees and a small lake. Stayed here in the rain for two nights, the ground was very soft. 38' fifth wheel, pull thru 50 amp full hookups, gravel and level pads and roads. Drove to a nearby (15 miles?) train station to park and head into Chicago. Train was $7 per person for the entire weekend, make sure you check the train schedule since some do not run on the weekend. Employee was helpful and around when needed. It is a little tricky to find with GPS, make sure you call for easy directions. Yes there is some highway noise, but its next to the highway. The gates close at 7pm SHARP so there is NO late arrivals.
Date of Stay: April, 2011
We stayed here one night. We had water and 30 amp service. There is a dump station on the way out. The owner was very friendly and helpful. We were escorted to the site. I agree with a couple of the previous reviewers when they stated that some of the seasonal sites are run-down and cluttered with "stuff". There are lots and lots of trees, level site, quiet with easy access for our truck and 38' RV. We would probably stay here again if we were passing through, but not longer than one night.
Date of Stay: April, 2011
We stayed here for a month $400 + $40 in fees/taxes. We would not stay here at the $35 per day rate, but might at the $210 per week rate. Pros. It is a newer park, clean, paved roads and almost level pads, 50 amp full hookup sites + cable TV, 30 back in and 30 pull through sites, easy in and out, a few picnic tables, golf course and pro shop, grill and bar, some wild life, and we walked the golf course several times, the two lane road next to the park is mostly quiet when it counts at night. Cons. Wi-Fi is only good for the first FEW (1-7ish) RV spots. But it was open and easy to setup. There was no laundry, no showers, no restrooms, no pool. Staff was friendly and helpful.
Date of Stay: March, 2011
This is a COE State Park, easy to get into and out of in our 38' 5th wheel. Very level large pad, good electric, sewer and fair water pressure. We stayed in the Green Country section of the park for two weeks, which has full hookups. The bathroom/showers were clean the one time we looked. This area is next to the Peer 51 Boat Arena. There have been a few nights of parties at the camp sites and boat dock. Although the Park Ranger does patrol often during the day and evening hours, if they are patrolling at night, they do not stop the parties. Bike/walking trails with fitness centers along the trail are nice. There is a lake view from most of the Green Country camping spots. AT&T wireless was on the Edge Network ONLY. Our external antenna helped a great deal. A Wal-Mart and town (Sand Springs) shopping is about 10 miles away. The Keystone Lake Dam is about a mile away and is interesting to see. We would stay here again.
Date of Stay: September, 2009
Super quiet, paved pads, lots of trees, only 30 amp hookups, but they are installing 50 amp hookups everywhere as I type, you have to move to a new site every 14 days, stay 6 nights get one night free, daily trash pickup, no laundry, fire pit rings, have really enjoyed our stay at this lake.
Date of Stay: September, 2009
A nicely maintained park, with lots of trees, nice employees, and cable TV hookups are suppose be coming very soon. Dog potty bags are provided. The showers, bathrooms and laundry rooms are clean. There are concrete pads for daily and weekly and gravel for monthly sites ($550 mo). I-44 is on the north side and 63rd Street on the south side of the property, make this a noisy place to stay. A bicycle and laundry were stolen from our neighbor. It was also reported that a motorcycle was stolen during the same time. We stayed 30 days.