We called the Chamber of Commerce at 307-672-2485 and they verified that overnight camping was okay and free. The park is easy access for big rigs and is basically a graveled parking lot with inter-spaced trees and abutting a beautiful stream. When we arrived we were the only RV here. The local Sheriff patrolled the park, but did not stop and talk to us. There is a bathhouse which appears to be well maintained. No sewer hook-ups, but has a dump station. No electric hook-ups, but we have solar. No water hook-ups, but there is a water filing station that dispenses 12 gallons of water for 25 cents. Walmart just down the street and close to many restaurants. Great overnight stop and you can't beat the price. Would stay again. We camped at Washington Park in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a city park just on Coffeen south of Heald. Signs are not obvious. It is quiet and flat and free. There is a dump and lots of recycle bins. Potable water is available for 25 cents. There is a free dump. Verizon coverage was big 4G. If you don't do that, there were lots of access points that you might able to take advantage of, but I did not try. We camped at Washington Park in a Motorhome.
The review from September 2007 is WRONG. I've just confirmed the information on "www.OvernightRVParking" which states that RVs may stay here for one night. The sign described in the Sept 2007 review is here, but my email from the Mayor's Office confirms that this is merely to encourage RVers to patronize local RV parks. Overnighting at this park (Washington Park, on Coffeen Street) is allowed. NOTE: Had to enter $1 as the rate, because website won't allow a zero. We camped at Washington Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2007 - $1.00
This city park no longer allows overnight parking - very large sign posted at entrance which tells you to stay at one of the many privately owned campgrounds in town and that staying overnight is no longer allowed. The dump station & fresh water fill are still available. We camped at Washington Park in a Motorhome.