We stayed here over Memorial Day weekend to attend a St. Louis Cardinals game. The park is only open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. We did call ahead for reservations weeks before the park opened, and it was a little annoying because we kept getting disconnected from the casino hotel. After several attempts we finally secured a reservation with a verbal confirmation. I was worried we wouldn't have a spot once we arrived, but was surprised to find maybe a few dozen vehicles. The attendant checked us into the cheapest rate (for van/pop-ups) for our smaller 18' travel trailer, so that saved us a few bucks. We crossed the Eads Bridge to downtown St. Louis and rode the MetroLink back over. The station is right next to the casino, so it's very convenient. There is a small playground for our little toddler. Would stay again when visiting St. Louis in the summer.
We stayed here because of its location. Pretty noisy at night, but we had prepared for this by packing ear plugs. There were not that many folks staying here, so we had our choice of parking spots. We arrived after closing hours on a Friday night and checked-in/paid the next morning. We grilled out before a Sunday Brewer game. Even though we were not staying that night, management allowed us to keep the trailer at our spot until after the game. Will definitely stay here again for our next visit to Milwaukee!
Open all year around, this park has a lot to offer. We stayed for two nights in early May. Our pull-thru site was located in the wooded Taylor Ridge section of the park. Electricity was available, but there were no water hookups. The park was not crowded at all, so it was very quiet during our stay. There is a $7 entrance fee in addition to the camping fees.