This RV park in pretty sad shape. Sewer was running down the campsite. I told them and they said there was no one there to take care of it but they will take care of it. 24 hours later it was still not taken care of and they did not even come out and block the sites the sewer was running in. Smelled bad all night. TL says "Spa & Wi-Fi" but neither. They say they are working on it. All the hookup posts were broken and the receptacles were broken too. NOT worth $33. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Ditto to previous rating. 30 amp is all they have. Couldn't detect any wifi, so used Verizon. Park is across from city golf course. Pretty bare bones, but well worth the money for an out of the way spot. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I gave this park a 10 because the staff was so friendly and helpful. It is good for an overnight stay. We only saw 30A service. They may have 50A but did not see any. They have many Lombardy Poplars planted, but they are trimmed back very nicely so you do not have to worry about scraping the roof of your RV. The lots are level and on gravel. This place is close to the interstate, I-90, at exit 221. It is now called "Cedars Inn Motel and RV Park". This is the first time we have stayed here and will stay again. From other RV park rates around here this is a "diamond in the rough". We did not look for a "resort type atmosphere" - simply a place to spend the night after a long day's drive. This park has all pull-throughs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you just need to stop for the night and need hook ups, then stop here. The spots are smaller then they say. I had a 60 foot site, but my suburban and 25 foot trailer would not fit in the site. No bathrooms, no showers, no WiFi. Right next to a big rig parking lot where you can stay for free. Pet area is full of tree branchs. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We camped here overnight while traveling on I-90. We were assured of a long-enough pull-through when we called, and when we arrived were told we had a 45' site. The site was only about 35' long, so we stuck out on both ends. We were told that they were saving the longer pull-throughs for big rigs, though several were still empty when we left the next morning. Something was leaking badly and water was running through several sites near us. We were told the sewer had backed up on the first row of sites the day before, so they were all unavailable. The leaking water had no odor, so it was not the sewer overflow. The swimming pool was filled with murky green water (don't know if it was open or not). Check in was pleasant and quick at the Cedars Inn office. The dog walk appears, according to the posted signs, to be in a recently mown wheat field. Might stay here again in a pinch. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The area where there are trees I couldn't park because branches are not kept pruned back. I parked in an open dusty area. The park is not fenced in and open to the public and seems to be a toilet for their dogs, several of which stopped by to do their business near my campsite. Also over priced and unkempt. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
[ 6 / 10 ]
This is an OK place for an overnight. Some 50 amps did not work. Need work to get level. We camped here in a Motorhome.
RV Park is next to La Quinta Inn and is operated by them. Park seems to be kind of an afterthought. Big rig access is limited and interior park roads are pretty narrow. Staff was friendly and there are several restaurants in walking distance. We camped here in a Motorhome.