Rate reflects AAA discount. This was a nice little park and neatly kept. Sites all consisted of concrete pads with a strip of grass and were about average to small in size. Staff were very friendly when I called to arrange for a late arrival. WiFi was good and easy to access. Park was well lit at night. Maybe a bit too well lit for our tastes, with almost every site having a yard lamp. Definitely a good place for an overnight stay!
Wasn't quite sure how to rate this so gave this a mid rating because the park is a bit split into a new area and old area. It is also now a members only park, but when we stumbled in, the staff first directed us to a nearby non-member RV park, then said if we wanted we could park in "The Woods," which is the old part of the park. The new part is nicely kept and grassy with a small pond, though the lots seemed a bit small. The old "woods" part next to the river just has water and power (no WiFi), and feels very abandoned and overgrown. Pool area is showing it's age and the shower/changing rooms were not very clean. Golf course attached to the park. If you are a member, this park seems very nice, but for non-members, I would look elsewhere.
We really liked this place, and even though the surrounding neighborhood is somewhat industrial, there's a nice shortcut under the bridge next to the ball park that leads right to downtown. Great for riding bikes into town. Restrooms, showers, and laundry room were all very clean and new. Sites were average size with a bit of grass in each and WiFi was good. Would definitely stay here again!
Sorry, but we won't be staying here again. The park in general was mediocre, run down with small but level sites, small trees, and a patch of grass. Had a 30 amp site with no sewer, but cable and Wi-Fi. Our big complaint is the noise. There was an active train track literally just over the fence at the back of the park (3 spots down from where we were) with several trains during the night and many during the day with horn blowing for a nearby crossing. Made it very hard to get uninterrupted sleep, not to mention just annoying. The place did have small pool and a small miniature golf course in need of fixing up. Bathrooms may have been clean, but as old as they were it was hard to tell what was dirt and what was just age. The KOA may not be much better, but at least you could probably get some sleep there! Rate reflects AAA discount.
Stayed over night here and it is a bit pricey, but it was absolutely spotless. Variety of space sizes to fit all types of rigs with decent space between sites and good level ground. There are trees, but they're very small, so they don't provide much shade except a bit on the picnic tables. Not far off the freeway so there is a bit of traffic noise and there are railroad tracks about 1/2 mile or so behind the park and the trains can be heard, but they don't rattle the camper. Had a great night's sleep, very peaceful. Would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here for a rodeo event and the price reflects a special event rate of $50 for a three day stay. Park was very clean, including restrooms and showers. Staff was friendly. There's a nice playground for kids and a huge grassy area for pets. Sites are a bit on the small side and closely packed together, but nice and level. Only a few longer term residents apparent. There are some trees, but they are confined to the edge of the park where the tent camping is. Easy access to Route 6 and only a few blocks off I-70. The Wi-Fi was the worst thing, even though the speed was good, with a long log in process that requires a cellphone email and lots of getting dropped and having to re-log in. This was a minor annoyance and all in all, I would stay here again. Highly recommend it if you're going to events at the fairgrounds!