This is a clean park, except for the waterfowl excrement. There's traffic noise during the day; at night it's quiet except for the geese and peafowl. Sites are level or near-level concrete and gravel, narrow, close together, separated by grass. There are trees. Some sites are shady, some trees have low limbs. After rain, some sites have large puddles. Roads are wide asphalt in good condition. A free dump and potable water are by the restrooms. Verizon data service download speed (kB/s): max 120, typical 25. Payment is self-registration, cash only, with a 7-day stay limit. The campground entrance is unmarked, just north of the main park entrance. We camped at Cody City Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $15.00
This park campground is in the middle of Nowhere Nebraska. I was tired and grateful it was there. Cody is a small little town of 150 so give them credit for trying and having this campground availible. It was unmarked spots, just back onto the grass to leaning power supply poles. The train tracks were a stone's throw away. The showers were...there, and if you don't like wasps or mud daubers, you will not be taking any shower. Yes, I would stay again because where else would one go? Turn off Hwy 20 onto Cherry Street, go one block and turn left onto the gravel road. Spots will be on your right, pick one, put $15 in the enevelope and relax. Nice City Park right behind you. We camped at Cody City Park in a Motorhome.