This is a nice, small city owned park. There are about 15 concrete pads some with 50 amp service. First come first served. I nosed-in and had a view of the small lake just to the north. Very scenic. Wi-Fi is free and good. It is supplied by the city. I'm using it to submit this review. Wi-Fi perhaps throughout the city. The park was a pleasant surprise. I will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I didn't get to actually camp here. The campground is closed as the city completely remodels it. They have torn down the bath house and built a new, cement block bath house (still under construction). They have also brought in a lot of fill and rock to level the place out, so this should solve the constant mud and puddles issues in the past. Also, they have put in all new electrical pedestals. I dont' know when it will re-open. I am looking forward to that day. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Agree with previous review. We were traveling through and after a long day it was the nearest place to stay. Sites were muddy because of recent rains, but it was quiet and we had electric rather than staying in the Wal-Mart parking lot a mile down the road. Bathroom was rustic but clean and supplied with paper products. We would stay here again in a pinch. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stay here when visiting family. It is badly maintained and run down but the only place in that area other than a state park north of town. Rain causes huge mud holes. Fresh water and a RV dump are available. It is near a river and entry point to a hiking trail, and part of a really nice city park with a pond. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.