This is a city park, well located next to freeway. Come with water and empty tanks. Max stay is usually 5 days, however they will let you stay longer if not busy. Busy on Saturday night with family. Little noise up to 12:30 at night. For a place to sleep and get some rest for a day or 2, this place is nice. We dry camp alot sowe do not mind tanks. The electric is only 20amps, but even for our 40Ft that was enought. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best part about this park is that it's FREE, but donations are accepted. 20 amp hookups at the light post are the only hookups available, so make sure your water tank is full when you get here. The shady side is on the north so get here early. The swimming pool offers free showers. The park is very nice and well maintained with nature trails, however the traffic is heavy until about 10:00 pm and the RV spots are parallel much like a rest stop for trucks and cars park head in to use the park and playground. There are nice nature trails for walking and a very nice swimming pool. I would stay here again for a night or two. The main drawback is the noise from the park users. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a City park accessed from I-76 exit 80, turn north. They have free camping (this web site would not let me enter $0 cost) with 20 amp electricity. The sites are located in areas south and east of the main park loop road and are just parallel parking in marked areas on the streets in these areas, power outlets are mounted on the light poles. The main park has a swimming pool, pond with ducks and geese, and hiking trails, etc. It's well maintained. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.