Great campground with lots of varied sites from full size RV's to tiny forest hugging Sites. Perfect location and good security for being right in town, has a campground feel and Red Deer river is right next to it. Sites for Big RV's were asphalt and level, services were perfect. Only concern was pet policy which stated that you couldn't leave pet in RV while you were away. No problem from this though and no complaints.
We stayed 2 nights at this great RV Resort. The entire campground is on the grade of a hill and the roads are a mixture of asphalt and loose gravel that made it a toss up to pull the trailer up the hill to our site. We didn't spin out, though, but going down hill to our site and having to back uphill into it was accomplished without problem. The campground was half full for the Memorial Day weekend; even with all of those RVers, it didn't feel small. The sites are all level and long. Services are as advertised, but I couldn't get WiFi to connect, possibly due to my PC. Rates are as expected for a high demand resort area.
Lamar is a town along a major trucking route and one of the main travel routes from Texas to Denver. This campground is unique because it caters to horsemen and RVer's alike. It was a nice place to stay. Sites followed the contour of the land. The entire campground is on a mildly sloping grade but it wasn't a problem. Roads in and out are ample for our 57' long truck and trailer and packed coarse gravel drives offer enough traction for maneuvering. We stayed one night and left at 6AM so we didn't experience much, but it is a great stopover and way better than the motel/RV arrangement on the other side of town.