Not a destination park but good for an overnight stay or when working in the area. Sites are small for a big-rig. If we hadn't unloaded our car off the dolly, it would have stuck out in the driveway. Daily rate of $28 is a bit high for what the park is. Washers were out of order when we were here. We stayed for a week because of work in the area and paid $80/week, which is acceptable in my opinion.
Park had been abandoned for many years and the new owner is getting it cleaned up. New electric and Wi-Fi. Cable still getting set up and isn't to every site yet. There is a pay washer and dryer in the women's washroom. Miniature golf course on-site. Right across the highway from the city park and across the street from the museum/heritage center with the dinosaur. $20/night or $100/week. Sites are close together and tight for a big rig but can be done. Sites are back to back so you have to watch which way you come into each site. Sites are grass or gravel. Not a destination park but the best one that I've seen in town (others that I've seen are at the motels or don't have 50A). We'll be back when we're through this area again.
Not a destination park but a good place for overnight or when working in the area. We paid $16 which included the base rate of $8 plus water plus sewer plus electricity plus A/C use. Weekly rate is $75. Sites are long enough for our 37' coach and the dolly and the car without sticking out into the drive. We'll stay here again when coming through the area.