RV Park in town, behind Quality Inn. You check in at Quality Inn Front Desk. Long, level, gravel, pull-through sites and paved roads. No WiFi or TV reception. As others mentioned, there were 3 dogs running loose. I reported this to the clerk at the Front Desk, who still acted surprised, and I doubt if anything was done. I took my dogs to the one small area with grass near the entrance. The trash can there was overflowing (yuk). This Park was OK for an overnight, but we would not stay here again. - FranM
I have to echo the comments of the previous person who camped here last month. There are 4 dogs running loose and they all come running, barking when we take our 7-month-old puppy out on a leash. I called the office and she acted like it was such a surprise and said she would get Maintenance to check on it. Dogs are still loose. The park has cable hookups, but they don't work--confirmed by office. Our site is adequate for our 40' RV and Freightliner truck & didn't have to unhook, that is the important thing. - homeiswhere77
I was a bit reluctant about this place based on other reviews. I was pleasantly surprised to find it a decent place-IMO. The sites are 50', so we couldn't leave the toad hooked up (40' MH). When I called to make the reservation, they were very good to specify the length of the site, that we might have to unhook, and that they have no Wi-Fi or cable. This way there were no surprises or unmet expectations. The site was fairly level, and we had no problem with the hookups. There is a refundable $5.00 deposit for a water key. We were able to get a satellite signal, and we had very good Verizon service - both on the phone and our own MiFi. We were passing through, so only stayed one night. We would not have hesitated to stay longer if needed. We would stay here again. - Gayle E.