Traveling north on US 54 we stayed here on our way back to the frozen tundra of Wisconsin. Three miles from the city of El Dorado, KS. Didn't use the restrooms or showers. Cable and Wi-Fi worked very good. Quiet during the night (no trains or traffic noise). Host was very helpful in getting us settled in and suggested a couple of places to eat or carry out. We order ribs and brisket dinner from Oklahoma Boy's BBQ which were excellent and they delivered to our motor home. Would stay here again.
We stopped traveling through Kansas and this park is easy to find. It is as others have reviewed, all rock and gravel, but long enough for our 60 foot RV and trailer. WiFi worked very well. Don't expect to watch your favorite TV show, as reception is only on your batwing: bring the dish along here. Great otherwise.
I agree with most other reviews. It seems to be an old motel converted into RV parking. The grounds are neat, have good electric and water. I believe the owner lives on site and is very accommodating. Not close to traffic, so it is quiet. Wi-fi works great, and good cable TV. Would stop here again on our adventures.
We stopped overnight. Arrived early afternoon. Office locked. Sign on door asked to put fee in envelope and put into slot. No envelope. Office was open later for an hour or so. Pretty hilly lots but adequate for overnight stay. There was no mention of WIFI when we paid up but was able to connect to it nevertheless. Would stay again overnight.
We stayed here enroute North and found the park easy to access from I-55 just South of Memphis. Staff is friendly and extremely helpful. Pool was closed when we were there, restrooms are very clean as well as laundry facilities. We would stay here again.
Park is conveniently located off I10, however, old and need of updating. Especially as far as water and electric go. Many sites are grass. It is petty pricey for the value. The shed restaurant in front serving very good barbecue.
We stayed the Winter of 08-09 in a motor home. Liked the park as it has roomy spaces and ample parking for trailers, etc. Had numerous activities over the season. Electric rates were up and down all Winter. Texas has unregulated rates and they vary all over the place. Of course the wind was a negative factor this year. Restrooms were in the need of attention, taken care of by Volunteer workers, as was the laundry facilities, which also needed a little TLC Overall, adequate.. Better than most in the area.