Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $35.00
Roads leading to the park and once there, leading to the concrete spaces ,are narrow and in terrible condition. If your rig is over 35' and you are towing, find somewhere else to stay. The Wi-Fi was spotty, no cable, and the world's tiniest dog park. Will never stay again. We camped at Country Gardens RV Park in a Motorhome.
Very nice park for an overnight stay. Convenient to the highway. Easy entry and the roads in the park are fine. Our site was back-in and paved with grass and picnic table-- near the showers. Wi-Fi was really good, as was our Verizon signal. The country store is really nice with over a 100 kinds of cheese. This is a great overnight stop if you are near Kansas City. We found the employees very nice and helpful and would stay again. We camped at Country Gardens RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $32.00
This park is good for a overnight stay, easy to get in and out of but I think WAY over priced. The driveway are in much need of repair, bathrooms are clean and each one is the size of a bathroom at home, laundry room is fine, machines work. NO trash cans around park, dislike that. Nice pull-through sites, but 2 in a row, so there is a chance you could get stuck in one if the person ahead of you not leaving when you are. Internet worked well and AT&T phone work fine. GREAT country store, with all kinds of great cheese, jams, spices etc. at what I thought was good prices. Would I stay again? No, not for this price. We camped at Country Gardens RV Park in a Motorhome.
Very nice park, clean, well-kept. Registration clerk was all business, not really friendly, but OK. Wi-Fi signal was good. AT&T cell signal was good. Had a pretty good selection of on-air TV channels. Showers and bathrooms were great, just like someone's home: clean, very big and rugs on the floor. One thing about the bathrooms: they are in same area and aren't designated men or women, might freak some people out. Overall, very nice. I would stay here again. We camped at Country Gardens RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Good Sam rate. We rated this park an 8 as an overnight stay. There are 12 sites which are wonderful with concrete pads, paver patios, good utilities, manicured grass and flowers. The drawbacks are: no cable, no pool, no children's playground. The remaining sites are gravel but appear to be spacious. The owners are fantastic. The Country Store is a real treat to tour. Free cheese samples ...and what choices! We spent as much on the goodies as the site! We would stay here again. We camped at Country Gardens RV Park in a Motorhome.
I liked this little park. I had a nice shaded gravel pull-through spot that was far enough back in the park to cut down on some of the road noise, yet near enough to the shower/laundry to be very handy. When I had to leave two days earlier than planned, the manager graciously refunded one night's stay, which she didn't have to do. Their store, as has been noted, has a huge selection of wonderful cheeses, sausages, spices, etc., as well as sodas. They do close at 6 PM, though, and provide a map of available spaces for latecomers, which is nice. I paid a Good Sam rate and would certainly return again if in the area. We camped at Country Gardens RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $36.00
Great experience. We arrived after hours but had no difficulty finding our spot and setting up. New concrete pads and hookups made setting up a breeze. Good wifi signal and speed. Great hosts went out of their way with reservations, directions, etc. We only stayed one day but would definitely stay again when in the area. We camped at Country Gardens RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $36.00
We stayed here one night. It was easy off and on I-70. The owners were extremely friendly and helpful. I had to change a fuel filter and could not get the filter loose. The owner (who also ran the Country Store) called her husband and he came by with all his tools after he got done with work. They have very long level concrete pads with shade trees and grass next to them. We did not even have to unhook our towed car. They have a small country store which is where you register that has more selections of cheese, with samples, than I have seen anywhere. There is an assortment of home made jams and jellies as well as other things that you don't normally find in campground stores. We camped at Country Gardens RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $34.00
We stayed here over night with a Jayco 29QBH, my F150 6.5 Supercrew Cab, and my wifes Focus. I called ahead and secured a reservation. When we arrived around 8:00 pm the office was closed but no problem. I guess I forgot the Staff Lady wanted us to stay behind the camp store so I pulled into site 24, on the side of the store which is a pull-through. The campground at this time is occupied by many pipeline workers. One of them directed me to site 24 and related the site is used for over nighters. The site was perfect for our one night stay. Direct line of sight and sound to I-70 but the road noise didn't bother us. There is a lot of it though from this site. Good TV reception and being this close to the camp store provided us good internet service. The restrooms are very well maintained and the staff was nice and friendly. The rate is based on Good Sam discount. As an overnighter I would stay here again and would be interested to see the place in the spring. Temps on our stay dipped to 17 at night. We camped at Country Gardens RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $27.00
Stone lot, rather tight. Free air TV, poor Internet. Some road noise from I70. Currently full of pipeline workers. Would find something else next time through. We camped at Country Gardens RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $35.00
This is a great spot for driving through town. We called ahead to owners to ask about late check in. They were friendly and helpful. We arrived at midnight. Level concrete pad, great hook up situation, several options around the concrete pad, clean, quiet, pull through. We paid the next day at check out. Adorable Amish spice and cheese shop in front. Free coffee. This is exactly what we look for when looking for pit stops. Several long term campers there, but it was clean and orderly, not off putting. We camped at Country Gardens RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
No pull through sites. (Only if there is not another RV parked the the spot.). They are back to back sites, so if there is another camper in the shared driveway, you must back in. The spot was not long enough for our rig and the WiFi was very very slow. When you pull half-way in for the other spot in your driveway the sewer is too far away. There is no return access to go east on I-90 so you have to go through town to get back on the interstate. We camped at Country Gardens RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Right off the freeway and a very friendly staff. Not far from Independence and Kansas City. Many sites have been improved with hard scape but apparently the enthusiasm wore off and there are several tons of pallets of brick and blocks on site in plain view. The Wi-Fi was mostly good and the local TV reception was great. This is a nice CG that could be super! We camped at Country Gardens RV Park in a Motorhome.