1 Park near Greenwood, Nebraska
Jul 2015 - $38.00
Nice facility with store, ice cream, games for the kiddies and pool. Long sites and pull-throughs for those of us with longer campers. Obviously it's an old Jellystone park so some things are a bit aged.
Don't care for the double wide owner's residence sitting in the middle of the park. And the one big dark spot is the owners, one or both are not people persons. Not something to be known for when dealing with public on a daily basis.
My MIL broke a cardinal rule and didn't check in when she came for a visit. (They require all non campers to pay two dollars a piece.) she entered the office and the line was long so she just went about pulling on in and finding us so we could visit. Well her car didn't have a tag in it so they owner called a tow company. After knocking on a few doors they figured out who owned the car and were rude to my wife and my 70+y.o. in-laws telling them that they couldn't cancel the tow company and the bill would be $100 dollars and making a scene in the main office. My wife calmly continued to ask who the company was so she could call them and the owner wouldn't tell us and said they were already on their way. A young worker did tell us and my DW called and said we didn't need a tow, that the car was leaving. They said they hadn't even dispatched anyone anyway. We said we would pay whatever fee there was and the owner stormed off apparently back to her golf cart and then the lawn mower to mow. Fairly obvious why she is mowing and not in the office dealing with the people face to face that are paying for her livelihood. Campground Nazi. Campers beware. Otherwise, it's a fairly nice place.
One tip I would give to the owners is invest in some new trees. None on our lot. None on several lots. Some had them on the back of the pull-through lot, which does no good for the hot afternoon sun. A row of trees to insulate road noise would be nice too.
Just a suggestion. - mudmaker
Jul 2015 - $38.00
This was an overnight stay after a long travel day. We did not unhook, just spent the night. This campground has a lot to offer to the people staying there. Lots of outdoor activities, including basketball, tennis court' volleyball court, shuffleboard, playground, pool and restaurants and bar. The sites were level and plenty long enough for our 31 foot travel trailer and pick up. The sites were gravel with a grassy area between each site. The wifi was limited to one device per site. Additional Internet access was able to be purchased. The restrooms were a mixed bag. They were clean and neat and the men's room garnered only one complaint for mediocre water pressure. The women's restrooms were a different story, the wallpaper was pealing, most of the doors to the showers would stick and had difficulty locking. One shower had the hot and cold pipes flipped. None of the showers had benches and one showers did not have any hooks. Getting Back to the positives, the staff was very friendly. The pool was clean and had plenty of seating and tables. They had also scheduled activities for the night of our stay. They were showing a movie outdoors. We would stay here again. - Meyer Camping
Jun 2015 - $36.00
Sites are gravel with grass everywhere else. This was a very good overnight stop for us and we'd stay again. I'm glad we called ahead earlier in the day as the park was pretty full because of the college world series of baseball going on in Omaha. The folks were welcoming and helpful.
It had rained earlier so the grass was wet and there was some standing water in places, but nothing bothersome; just have some kind of shoe that doesn't mind the wet grass & puddles if it's wet when you stop. - TRDAWG