A decent overnight site. I pulled into a level site that was easy to get in and out of - pull through. No terrific amenities. Since there was no one to take my registration, I filled in the form and dropped it in the provided slot. That also meant there was no way to find out the password for the wifi, which appeared to have a very strong signal. In fairness, I didn't try calling the phone number posted, as it wasn't that important.
If you're looking for a place to stop for an overnight, this works well at a reasonable cost. I avoid the places that the big rigs favor because I don't need 50 amp service for air conditioning and don't care to subsidize them by paying 40+ dollars a night. I like small places like this - electricity, sewer and water at a reasonable cost. They even have a "dry lot" price of $11 if all you need is a place to stop for the night. I'll probably chose that option next time. I'll be happy to stay here again.
For the big rig folks, it looks quite adequate to handle super big outfits. We camped at Parkway Campground and Mini-Mart in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $22.00
OK for an overnight stop. Sites are very narrow; got our slides out and that was about it. No room for anything else outside. Luckily there were only two of us in the pull throughs, and we were able to pick our own site. This is a take an envelope, mark your site number and put your money in it. I would hate to be here if another rig was on either side of us. Rest rooms and showers were clean. Easy on and off from the freeway. Would only stay here again if absolutely necessary. We camped at Parkway Campground and Mini-Mart in a Motorhome.
E/W/S hook-ups, some are 50amps (4). Cable TV at some sites, not all. Over-night only. Showers and restrooms need a lot of attention, we did not use. We stayed 1 night in a 38 footer. Easy on-off interstate. No more mini-mart at this location ?? We camped at Parkway Campground and Mini-Mart in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $15.00
We stopped here only because we needed a place to rest for the night. Our reservation was booked on-line two days prior on the C2C system. The young teenager minding the store had no idea how to access the reservation system, no idea how to assign a site to us, no idea which sites were cable or not, and no idea how to make change for the electric surcharge we paid in cash. A motorhome pulled in after us and he assigned them to the site right next to ours, even though we were the only ones in the park. Level grass sites and free, but unreliable wi-fi. Very near I-90 but not noisy. I would not stay here again. We camped at Parkway Campground and Mini-Mart in a Travel Trailer.