As an ELK member, we naturally enjoy all the benefits of such. You must be an BPOE member to camp here as with all BPOE facilities. This park is clean, well kept and very easy to get into for large rigs. Since we were just passing through we decided to free style it and dry camp which was only $8.80 per night. The hospitality is always great and accommodating. We'll definitely be back as a Benevolent ELKS member and supporter. You can pickup your RV travel directory at most ELKS lodges.
Great park. Clean with wide spaces for RV and extra vehicle if need be. Office staff are friendly and very helpful. Maintenance crew take a lot of pride in keeping this park in great shape. There are some permanent residents but all have nice clean rigs (no junkers) and keep their areas neat and free of debris. (We can see why they like staying here. Nice park to stay year round.) There's not a lot of shade due to immature trees but will get bigger as the years go by. Easy access to freeway with no noise. Really a nice park to enjoy, relax and feel safe. We'll be back.
Park is close and convenient for overnight stay but wouldn't want to stay much longer. Lots of freeway noise and too many junky permanent trailers with questionable tenants. Roads were dusty, cottonwood trees constantly filling your window screens with debris. Owners are very nice and helpful. Small lake is nice to look at. Fishing but no swimming. We stayed only two nights.
We wanted to spend a month here, but for $1120 per month it is way too expensive compared to other parks in the area. Highway 46 is also noisy and busy to get on and off. The park initially wanted to charge us $20 just to dump our tanks so we decided to stay only one night. I doubt it if we'll ever stay here again.
We use to love staying here and the employees are still really nice to deal with however, the park over the years has really become run down do to all the people who live there full time who have children and junk around their trailers. It's always noisy and people constantly walk through your site with their animals and children. We even had the people next to us park in our parking spot and we couldn't get them to move because they couldn't (or acted like) they couldn't understand English. We don't speak Spanish. We had to park in the visitors spot and carry our groceries until they decided they irritated us enough and decided to move their vehicle. However, a new park is being built just up the road 2 miles north across from the truck stop which is where we will stay from now on. "Too bad because we really like the office people and the park we use to know."