The $10 rate was for overnight dry camping on their front lawn. There apparently were several rallies in town, which was packed with people, and the park was full. I had a nice quiet level grassy spot away from the main park for overnight so everything worked out well. I am giving them an 8 for being accommodating.
Very wind-swept this time of year. I would estimate winds up to 40 mph, and constant blowing through the park all day long, just about eliminating any pleasant outdoor activity for the two days I was there. Aside from this it was clean, quiet, and with excellent free Wi-Fi. A better stay would be later in the year when they have nightly entertainment and "cowboy" cookouts in their outdoor patio.
No one on duty: check-in and payment is on the honor system; there is a $4 discount for Escapee members. There is a free driving range with the request to pick up your own balls so the crows don't get them in the morning. Clean, level grassy sites, and quiet. Unexciting, but fine for overnight. There is a small cafe just down the road toward the Flying J station. I haven't tried it yet but it always seems crowded with locals.
The owners have dropped Passport America so no more $10 sites. The $20 rate is still a good value. This is a small, clean, quiet park with mature shade trees, excellent free Wi-Fi, and friendly managers. I have stayed here overnight on several trips through the area. Many nice small parks like this are struggling in the current economic environment, and these people appreciate your patronage.
This appears to be mostly a trailer park for long term residents, such as local workers and snow birders. It is reasonably clean, inexpensive, and quiet. Sites are gravel/dirt and level, and dusty. Wireless internet is now available at $1/day. There are limited amenities, but there isn't much RV park choice in this area, and this is about as good as it gets. Be advised that the nearest 'anything' is about 10-12 miles in either direction so plan your gas, propane, and grocery needs accordingly. As mentioned there is a very friendly late afternoon get together where you can find out just about anything you want to know about the local area. My Verizon air card and my satellite TV worked fine. All in all, this park is adequate, inexpensive, and conveniently located for exploring the local area.
Pros: Premium view sites available. Cable TV, free wireless internet, and site utilities all fine. The sites are gravel with concrete parking strips. The camp is clean and well-maintained and in a quiet location. Cons: Narrow and short pull-through sites, windy, dusty, no park activities. The park is several miles outside of town so be prepared for a 10 mile drive or more for any activities. Staff I encountered were impersonal and not too helpful. Impression: Basically OK for overnight or a few days in the area. If you want to be closer to town I would opt for a different RV park.
Pros: Nice rural setting around large shallow artificial ponds. Level concrete pads are available on the far side of the pond where I was, and this is a quieter area. My satellite dish and Verizon air card worked well. Cons: Dry and dusty access roads, somewhat muddy when wet, narrow sites, no privacy, facilities clustered around the office and not convenient to the rest of the park. Speed limits and dog waste cleanup apparently not well enforced. Very few sites had picnic tables and/or fire rings, and almost all are back-in. Can be noisy on weekends. Almost no fish observed to be caught when I was here. No cable TV or free wireless internet.
This is basically a very large, no-frills gravel and dirt lot. Ten bucks cash, pull up to a numbered pole, hook up, level the rig, and there you are. There are no gates or fences, and you can easily drive onto the lot from a side street, so I would rate security as pretty low. I have stayed here twice while transiting through because it's cheap, quiet, and I've never been bothered, so it's worked for me when I'm feeling frugal. My Direct TV and Verizon air card worked fine.
This park is about the best bargain around for an overnight or no-frills longer stay. It is on the fairgrounds and consists basically of a large wide circular road with RV utility posts and trash receptacles spaced at regular intervals in the middle of the road. Each post can handle an RV parked on either one or both sides. Picking a spot furthest from the nearby freeway can lessen any traffic noise. Free wireless internet access was available when I stayed there.
I am just finishing a pleasant two week stay here. The staff are genuine folks and couldn't be nicer, and will gladly relate anything going on in and around town. It is in a wooded area (I saw 3 deer one morning) near Table Rock Dam, very quiet, but very accessible to all the local attractions via the peripheral road system here. I caught the late end of the beautiful fall foliage. Cable TV and Wi-Fi are excellent; cell phone access can be weak without a roof antenna and/or amplifier. The eastern edge of the park is under a high voltage transmission line that can affect AM radio because of static. Cell phone, Wi-Fi, satellite TV, and FM radio are all unaffected. A big plus is free van transportation to and from the local live entertainment shows. Hands down this beats driving unfamiliar roads at night, and on one trip back we all stopped for ice cream. There is a restaurant next to the park entrance for breakfast and lunch. I would definitely stay here again.
A large somewhat rambling park, very pleasantly landscaped; a welcome visual change from some of the plain gravel parking lot types in Wyoming and western Nebraska. I had a pleasant overnight stay here, and it would have been fine for a longer visit.
This pleasant little campground is run by the owner on the honor system: pick a site, put the money and the registration info in the envelope, and drop it in the slot. The sites are open, grassy with level gravel sites that are reasonably wide, with full hookups. Highly recommended for a quiet easy-in, easy-out overnight stay.
This is a pleasant little older no frills park convenient to the freeway but far enough away to be quiet. The rate was cash SKP. I have stayed here three times while traveling through, and will again. There are large trees at the site for shade, but no satellite dish interference at my sites, and good free Wi-Fi.