This IS NOT the rodeo arena campground as stated in a prior review and the reason we stayed here. Outside of a fairly good location and the only place in town with all hookups, would not recommend. No amenities whatsoever. $20 per night far too high. There is a state park just about 10-15 miles to the east where you will spend less and get more. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a city park at the rodeo arena. There is electric only, but there are only three 50A sites. There is a dump/water site. You have to go by Whites IGA grocery to get a key to unlock the electric box, pay $20 deposit, return key in morning, and get your change back. #26 and #36 have "some" shade. The sites are not level, grass, and full of sand burrs. The roads are dirt. However, it is quite and worked for a overnight stop. Is really for the locals with horse trailers and living quarters, as they use it quite a bit. We would use it again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
(Did not stay.) Looked like a nice place to stay except all of the sites are occupied by what looks like permanent residents. It is just a small area with hookups around the perimeter. Looked nice and clean. Don't bother making this a place to stay for a while until someone reports an opening. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was a life saver for us, nothing else available in the area. This park is brand new with level gravel sites. Pizza Hut out side the gate, and a grocery store. The park is right behind the Alco discount store. Great for an over night stay. Very quiet. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.