Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $25.00
This park is fine for a short stay. Nightly rate is a little high but I though it was reasonable. Close to town, which is cute and full of friendly people. My only complaint was the super scary laundry facilities; a washer and dryer (only 1 each) located in a nasty carpeted bathroom which had a toilet and shower in the same room as the machines. So if someone was using the john or showering, you were SOL with your laundry. But hey for $1 each and a dryer that works GREAT what else do you want right?! We camped at Wild Bill's RV & Trailer Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $20.00
I think they must be in the process of updating things. I shared water with the site next to me but it was so far from my hookup that I had to buy more hose. Internet is fast and reliable. The owner is very nice. We camped at Wild Bill's RV & Trailer Park in a Motorhome.
This is an OK park for someone passing through. Water and electric recently upgraded. Excellent WiFi. There is miniature golf to entertain the kids, though this was not open when we were here. This is a small park but will accommodate a few big rigs (we are in a 36 footer). According to a local, the park was closed for a period of time . The new owner is upgrading to improve the facility. The small Cimarron County museum is across the road. Boise City's claim to fame was an accidental bombing (practice bombs) by a B17 crew practicing their night bombing skills during WWII. There is information on this event at the museum and at a site in the town center. We camped at Wild Bill's RV & Trailer Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $20.00
Park had been abandoned for many years and the new owner is getting it cleaned up. New electric and Wi-Fi. Cable still getting set up and isn't to every site yet. There is a pay washer and dryer in the women's washroom. Miniature golf course on-site. Right across the highway from the city park and across the street from the museum/heritage center with the dinosaur. $20/night or $100/week. Sites are close together and tight for a big rig but can be done. Sites are back to back so you have to watch which way you come into each site. Sites are grass or gravel. Not a destination park but the best one that I've seen in town (others that I've seen are at the motels or don't have 50A). We'll be back when we're through this area again. We camped at Wild Bill's RV & Trailer Park in a Motorhome.