Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $32.00
Long pull through site on cement with 50 amp and full hookup. It was quiet and close to the one attraction in town. Verizon and wifi worked well here. We camped at American RV Park & Kamp in a Fifth Wheel.
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The Pioneer Auto Museum is great. So much to see there besides cars. There is a really old motor home and lots of other things. We ate at the GTO Café and had an Indian Taco that was very good.
Stayed 1 night while traveling through. Easy access from interstate. Concrete, full hookup, pull-through site on the upper level was level, and the CG was clean. Lower level sites are grass with water/electric. No water in pool. Walking distance to grocery store & restaurants - very small town. There is a Pilot truck center nearby. No cable TV, but Wi-Fi worked well. Couldn't get reception with our upgraded antenna, so satellite will be needed for TV. Plenty of space to walk the dog. We would stay here again. We camped at American RV Park & Kamp in a Motorhome.
Easy in and out, right on I90 but...trying to find someone to check you in was extremely difficult. Owner apparently doesn't believe in hiring someone to oversee the RV park and motel so you have to hunt someone down. After choosing a gravel W/E site we found that our surge protector found errors on 5 sites before we opted to move to another area that was 50 amp. Site was on concrete, close to next site, utilities satisfactory, ample shade but Dish worked well. Will never stay here again. We camped at American RV Park & Kamp in a Fifth Wheel.
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Pioneer Auto Museum next door; 1880 Town down the road at Exit 170. Would stay at KOA down the road next time.
To be fair, I also filled out their website survey so they could make improvements. Their website states they are a Good Sam park but they are not, and do not offer discounts. The gruff lady that checked us in (there is no campground office or store, and registration is in the motel office) said they had not been since "the pool went down". The stated rates are for 2 adults but we were charged an extra $2.00 per day, even though we told her we were 2 adults and 1 pet. She also chastised me as I was filling out her form and said, "If you would just listen to what I said" when I was providing the state of registration of our tow vehicle and she only wanted the trailer's manufacturer. Not a hospitable encounter at all. The lower level is electric/water and grassy and shady. Sites are close together and beside the interstate. The showers are hot with lots of pressure but very dated. The dump station was roomy enough. Right in town. Registration is at the motel office in front of the RV Park. Good signage for the park. Website is outdated. The pool is closed. Ok if you only need to stay a night or two. We camped at American RV Park & Kamp in a Travel Trailer.
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Close to LaCreek National Wildlife Refuge and town amenities.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $32.00
The park has two sections we stayed on the cement pads below the motel. The spaces were long and level OK room between. Easy to get in and out. Looked at the other spots and they seem to be OK they are gravel and grass. Basic park nice people close to town and eating places. We would stay again. We camped at American RV Park & Kamp in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $29.00
We were here for a single night on our way through the area. The campground was okay for a single night and felt like a place that you stay just to have a place to sleep. Auto museum was within walking distance. We camped at American RV Park & Kamp in a Motorhome.
Very plain park with no extras. Chances are you are passing through or seeing the pioneer museum (I highly suggest a visit, especially if you like cars! but it has something for everyone), so it will do fine. Pull through sites with pretty good room. Small stores close by. Very easy off and on highway. We camped at American RV Park & Kamp in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $30.00
Nice, long concrete pull-throughs in upper area. But some rigs could tail-drag on entry on many of these sites as evidence by pavement being very scarred. Free Wi-Fi worked well, nicely maintained, quiet location, we would stay again. We camped at American RV Park & Kamp in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $31.00
Close to the interstate and OK for an overnight, at least in the part with full hookups. There is another area with trees that looked nicer. The part with full hookups was mostly gravel, but with concrete pads. TV connection didn't work, but was given an extension cable so I could get to the next site's cable box. We have a 35' MH and a toad-----just fit on the pad we were assigned to. We camped at American RV Park & Kamp in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $32.00
While I wouldn’t think of this park for a longer stay, it is just fine for an overnight. There are flat, concrete pad sites with reliable utilities. We have a 45’ motorhome and tow a Jeep and we had room to spare. There is only gravel between sites and they are fairly close together, but there is a nice grassy area with tables close by. We had a bit of trouble finding someone in one of the two motels that manage this park, but when we did, he was quite helpful. We would stay again if we wanted an overnight stop in the area. We camped at American RV Park & Kamp in a Motorhome.
Stayed for just an overnight in the upper section with full hook ups. A basic no frills park attached to a motel that appeared clean. Not much to do in the town other than the car museum which we did not visit. No issues, everything worked, good cable, did not try the Wi-Fi so cannot comment. Highway somewhat close but little noise from it. Would stay there again. We camped at American RV Park & Kamp in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park. Quiet and clean. Hosts are very friendly. Concrete pads are a nice feature. Very easy access from the highway. Wonderful local eatery called the Star café or diner. Service was good and the food was down home cooking, great! Check out the car museum/hallmark shop. Makes for an interesting stop. We camped at American RV Park & Kamp in a Motorhome.