Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $20.00
Nice quiet place, lovely view of the river, long level sites. Our cell phone doesn't work here and a satellite dish is a must if you want to watch TV. We stay here every spring and fall while traveling south, and have never had any problems. No stores close by, but only a few blocks from a freeway with easy access. We camped at Brush Creek Park COE in a Motorhome.
Over all we had a good stay here. You will need a water pressure reducer. We went through 3 water pressure reducers before we found what we needed. The Park Host has (poorly behaved) grandkids. Ticks are kind of bad, so be sure to check yourself. I give it a 10 rating if the grand kids are not visiting. But if they are here, I give it a 7 or below. We camped at Brush Creek Park COE in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $8.00
This park is located just below the dam along the Arkansas River. All sites are level and most are long enough to accommodate big rigs. Sites are back-in but angled for easy back-in. Sites are not too close together. Although the signs said 14 day maximum stay, most of the campers appeared to be long-term. There were 100 lb. and 250 lb. propane tanks at two of the sites and clutter and junk at other sites that were typical of long-term campers. There is construction going on at the dam and just across the dam on highway 151 and I suspect that some or most of the campers are construction workers. We camped at Brush Creek Park COE in a Fifth Wheel.
Site 20 best view next to dam of Keystone Lake. Bathrooms need TLC - no entry doors, bugs galore. Some overhanging branches, need care in parking and slide use. Price listed is before Senior Pass 50% discount. Quiet place. We camped at Brush Creek Park COE in a Motorhome.