Rate is for a 50 amp FHU pull-through site. This a small park, all open, no trees, some permanents in the back-in sites at the back area of the park, but their sites are orderly. Self check-in with drop box payment payment. The restrooms were clean and while there is a state hwy nearby, there was no traffic noise. One of those, glad it was there places when you are looking for a nice overnight stop in the middle of nowhere. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Unmanned self-checking is easy. Easy access for big rigs, long pull-throughs and wide gravel streets. There were perhaps five other rigs in the park during our holiday weekend stay. Good utilities. Sites very close to level, grass between sites. Very pleasant and quiet place to stay. I disagree with the previous comment that local businesses are not Amish owned/operated. A few may not be, but most are. The furniture store next to the RV park has very nice, well-built, and reasonably priced old style furniture. No playground for children, but plenty of grass to play on. We would absolutely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice place to park, no family stuff here. Gravel lot with mostly pull-throughs. Could use a bit of weed killer on the sites. Very easy access from KS96 and US50 via Yoder Road from Hutchinson. The town of Yoder has very little to offer "Amish-wise" compared to other places we've been, the few businesses here are not "Amish" run. Be careful entering Yoder Road from the east or west at town: no stop signs and heavy fast traffic for a county road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access off KS 96. Gravel interior roads and sites. Little or no shade available. All sites 50 amp. Pull through sites are all in Row A. Self registration & pay station. New within the last year laundry/restroom/shower which was neat and clean. Great place for short stay. Many Mennonite stores nearby as well as Hutchinson attractions north approximately 7 miles. Nearby the park is Carriage Crossing Restaurant, which serves very good family style meals. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nothing fancy but a quiet place to stay in a small rural Amish community. Call first as there is no office, the manager runs it from his cell phone. While in Yoder be sure and try the build your own burger at the Bulls Eye grill in downtown Yoder. This is an easy drive to Hutchinson to tour the Salt Mine and Cosmosphere. We will stay here again... We camped here in a Motorhome.
Train tracks across the street. Was woke up at 3:15 AM by one blowing it's horn and going slowly through. I did not use the bathrooms and showers but checked them out. Sign inside said the floors were propane heated. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.