Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $33.00
First question I asked was "Did they have wifi?" Answer: "Yes." They do have WiFi, but nobody but the manager can connect to it. She gives you a password that doesn't work, and when you ask to see her p/w she's using for the same connection(she states that she's getting on it just fine...), she refuses and gets "upset" that you ask. Bring ant spray. And your own hotspot equipped smartphone. A washing machine and clothesline would be handy as well.
The office is filthy, and the laundry is even filthier. I'll have to do that load of clothes over again at the next stop.
Best advice: Avoid! We camped at Mid-America Camp Inn in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $30.00
At first glance it looks like a clean campground but as you get closer you soon see it has been neglected. The office area was full of junk. The Wi-Fi was non-existent. I asked the lady at the office about it and she said that she had no problem getting on but I tried it in the office with my smart phone and it would not connect. The swimming pool didn't look like it had water in for years. Many of the picnic tables were rotting away. At the site we were at there was dog poop everywhere. We stayed here one night in a travel trailer. We normally do not unhook for one night but the site was not long enough for the trailer and the truck. We won't stay here again. We camped at Mid-America Camp Inn in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $42.00
This is an old park that needs to be cleaned up. Our first impression was to go elsewhere but since we had paid ahead we decided to give it a try. With that being said we would call this park good enough for an over nighter but that's it. Trees need to be trimmed back for larger Class A RVs. Electrical outlet was loose in panel. Unfortunately not much for campgrounds in this area. We camped at Mid-America Camp Inn in a Motorhome.
Great website, but when we drove through the actual place we decided to pass and move on. The sites are not well maintained or the landscaping manicured, the pool was covered (in June) and there are a bunch of poorly maintained residential mobile homes onsite that didn't look too friendly. No offense intended to those who lived there, but we're traveling with our young kids and in all honesty the vibe we got was not great. We camped at Mid-America Camp Inn in a Motorhome.
Older campground, but very nice for the price. Owners are extremely nice and helpful, doing the best they can to keep up with maintenance. Near the interstate, but still very quiet and peaceful. I stayed here for almost two months and enjoyed every minute. Would recommend this park to anyone and will stay here again if I'm in the area. We camped at Mid-America Camp Inn in a Fifth Wheel.
This was the worst park I have ever stayed in. The owner did not act as if she cared if we were there or not. The park itself in unkempt with large dead tree branches laying around. We had to move them to get into the space we were assigned. The tree branches and trees were in the way for us to get out of the park so we had to move picnic tables to pull through other empty sites to get our rig out. The only reason we stayed here was because of a very late spring snow storm. It was very cold so we needed electricity to run the furnace all night. They did have a couple of 50 amp sites. Lots of weeds and goat heads to walk on. Access is not easy. Park is very run down. We camped at Mid-America Camp Inn in a Motorhome.
This is an older RV park and well past it's prime. Access is very good and sites are large and well spaced. Staff are very friendly. It is near assorted shopping with a Wal-Mart nearby. It is very popular with travellers, construction and farm crews. Nothing to brag about, but adequate. We camped at Mid-America Camp Inn in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $29.00
Noise from I-25 and there is a BIG truck stop in front of the park with some rigs running motors all night long. Not a quiet place to stay frankly. This is a very run down campground. The bathroom does not smell and I assumed it was clean. You could hardly tell other than smell as the bathroom and showers are in such serious need of being redone. The manager was very nice and even came out to our rig with a bottle of grey tank treatment. She could not find it at first in the jumble that is the store, but found it after my wife returned to our rig. I get the impression that a lot of migrant workers stay here during harvest time. Probably would be an interesting time here. WiFi is the best thing here but it is perhaps because I'm the only person using it at the moment. I would have stayed at KOA, but their WiFi does not support my iphone or my ipad and I find that frustrating. (If you don't have Apple gear, I'd recommend the KOA here.) We camped at Mid-America Camp Inn in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2010 - $29.00
I stayed the night here to escape some high winds on I-70, The park was fine for an overnight. My site was short and only had 30 amp. The cable TV worked, and the WiFi was slow. The park itself is a little rundown and in need of some maintenance. We camped at Mid-America Camp Inn in a Fifth Wheel.