Liked this park. Small and a little tight, but felt like it was clean and cared for. Staff really helped our 22 Rigs get settled in and took care of all individual requests. Easy access to downtown via US30. Moving 22 RV's from place to place can be a challenge but these folks did their best to accommodate any and all requests. Everyone in our group was satisfied. We will stay here again for sure during Frontier Days. Good strong 30amp which worked fine for our All-Electric Bus. We camped at Restway Travel Park in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Sanford's for Ribs, Rodeo Museum, Train Station and many good restaurants. Frontier Days Parade and Rodeo.
Entire park needs repair and maintenance. This place looks like a dump park for refuge old trailer and mobile homes. Check in staff in office very rude and unfriendly - they forget who the customer is. Office is filthy dirty and I hear the baths/showers are a disgrace and in need of the health department inspection. Sites are grass, road is dirt/gravel, golf a joke, but the wifi and cable work. No minimal requirements here...trash everywhere, clothes lines, just a junk of a place...The only positive comment is the parking attendant who is very nice. We camped at Restway Travel Park in a Motorhome.
This park is run-down and not at all cared for. There are old commodes, rotten boards, and sacks of hardened cement beside the swimming pool with weeds grown up around them for instance. The "playground" is filled with faded, cracked old toys that should be thrown away. The putt putt golf is a joke and unusable. Our picnic table was rotten and filthy. The bathrooms were not clean when we arrived and had not been cleaned by the next afternoon when we left. Trash cans overflowing. Road full of potholes. They have people hired that seemed to do nothing but sit in the office and talk. You would think they would at least go clean something or throw away some junk and trash. I would not stay here again. The lack of plain old cleanliness and repair is inexcusable. Don't go here. If you're desperate, find a pullout on the highway instead. This place is a total waste of your money. We camped at Restway Travel Park in a Travel Trailer.
All facilities are in desperate need of maintenance. Roads and sites are in bad condition. We reserved a full hookup site, but upon arrival were told none were available. Had to settle for water and electric only in a soft grass site. It was clear all full hookup sites were occupied by permanents, so clearly we were mislead. Would not stay here again. We camped at Restway Travel Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $35.00
The staff is very friendly but the park is very long of tooth. We lived in Cheyenne 25 years ago and the park seems to have had little maintenance or remodeling since that time. Streets are gravel and have potholes in places. Sites were once gravel but most have little gravel left and many have potholes in them. There are nice trees. Most have picnic tables, but some tables are in poor condition. Restrooms and showers are in desperate need of remodeling. Paint appears to be all that has been done in many years and cleaning is only fair. The mini-golf is unusable. Pool is small but in good condition. The park is mostly occupied by oil & gas workers with many semi-permanent, older RVs. We camped at Restway Travel Park in a Travel Trailer.
This park is owned and operated by a family. No pride of ownership shows here. Fences falling down, large potholes in the roads, just poorly maintained. The price is a rip off, but we were there during Frontier Days. The staff is very friendly and courteous. The shuttle now costs $5 a person round trip. We probably won't stay here again. We camped at Restway Travel Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $32.00
Scruffy park in the middle of nowhere although there is a cowboy shuttle service that you ring and they will pick you up and take you into downtown - you pay what you think is a fair price. Little pool but untidy. Restrooms were clean but old. Mostly long-term residents I would think. Helpful staff. Definitely overpriced. We camped at Restway Travel Park in a Motorhome.
Just got home from another great year at Restway Travel Park. The staff, Scott, Karen & Kelly do such a great job of taking care of business and they are so friendly, courteous and accommodating to everyone's wishes and needs!! I read the negative reviews, and I can honestly say, that in the years that my husband and I have been coming to Restway, we have NEVER had a bad experience! This is a campground, no different than if you were camping at a nice mountain lake. My husband and I will continue to visit Restway every year for the full 10 days of Cheyenne Frontier Days for as long as they are open or until we die, whichever comes first. We love ALL of the staff, and the way we are treated there. Thank you again Doris, Scott, Karen & Kelly for another great year at Restway, and we'll see you again next year!!! We camped at Restway Travel Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Just got back from 10 days at Restway, and look forward to returning again next year!! My husband and I have been here every year for the past 3 years for Cheyenne Frontier Days, and we love it!! Restway is family owned and operated, and they are great! The hosts are very professional, courteous, and go out of their way to accommodate everyone!! The facilities are clean, and maintained daily! I would highly recommend this park to anyone. This year, we had family members from 2 different states meet us here, and they were all very impressed with the staff!! We camped at Restway Travel Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Stopped here for the night on the way to Dubois. We needed to get some new tires for our trailer. Restway was the only available site around at the time. Hate to say it, but this place is a hole. Everything is run down and broken. Not much grass to speak of (just mud) and our trailer stood only a few feet from our neighbors. Kind of looks like a RV junkyard. I can say that the two older ladies in the office were gems though. We camped at Restway Travel Park in a Travel Trailer.
This park is terrible. We stayed there during Cheyenne Rodeo. Paid for a campsite in advance. On arrival the park put 2 RVs' on each site, backed them in with a tape measure to make sure the rigs were 42" apart. On check-in they circled all the children's activities and said "we're not doing this". The put-put coarse had threaded rod sticking up from the greens where obstacles had been removed. We wouldn't let the kids near it for fear they would fall and impale themselves. Pool is the size of a hot tub. Absolutely no handicap access. Ladies in the office were nice when taking your money but get real nasty if you make any complaint. While we were there they called the sheriff and evicted a family of 5 very nice folks for politely complaining about the closeness of the next door rig- without refunding their money.They had another rig parked in that slot within 2 hours. We left as soon as we could forfeiting our prepaid reservation. I ranked Restway poor only because there is no rating lower. We camped at Restway Travel Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Sad, go somewhere else. Very run down, has not been kept up for a long time by the way it looks. Okay if your self contained and only looking for a place to stay for one night. We camped at Restway Travel Park in a Travel Trailer.
I stayed here for Cheyenne Frontier Days. I would never stay here again. The campground is in a bad state of disrepair. I agree with a previous reviewer that said this place needs a mercy bulldozing. It has been let go to the extreme. The bathroom and shower facility are very small and very old and very dirty. The showers have rust and a lot of mold in them. One was missing a shower head so only three were working. There wasn't room to stand at the sink and have someone else get by you to get to a open toilet or shower. There is no vent or fan or air conditioning in the bathroom so it gets very sweaty and humid in there when others are showering. And it smells because of the mold. Both mornings I was trying to get ready in the bathroom one of the toilets were clogged and very smelly too. I couldn't stand to stay in there with the odor and humidity. The sinks are the old style that you have to hold to keep on and a seperate faucet for hot and cold. The camp sites weren't very level and were very close together. Each site has it's own picnic table that was covered in bird droppings. They advertise putt-putt golf and that was a joke. It looks like a putt-putt course that was abandoned for 30 years at the least. They also advertise a communal fire pit (each space does not have it's own). But they placed tent campers right by the fire pit so it was never lit. My friend and I had been looking forward to having smores and sitting around the campfire, but never got to. The only good/enjoyable thing was that we had GREAT neighbors and the guy who guided us in was great at helping us back in our pop-up camper. We camped at Restway Travel Park in a Tent Trailer.
I was originally concerned about the reviews I read regarding Restway, and I am happy to say that we have a very positive experience staying there over Cheyenne Frontier Days, and my five companions would agree with me. The gentleman who does the parking is excellent, as we have a 40 foot RV. We had plenty of room at our site, we enjoyed the pool, and the staff was very friendly. The shuttle to and from the rodeo was spot on. I would not recommend the miniature golf, but other than that, I look forward to staying here next year. We camped at Restway Travel Park in a Fifth Wheel.