Nice campground albeit could use some maintenance regarding the sites. Most need a bit of leveling and all I saw needed gravel. Otherwise quite pleasant with clean restrooms, friendly staff. We stopped here after traveling in heavy rain coming from St Louis area and had no problem reaching someone who told us to do self checkin. Cabins looked nice, large grassy playare for kids, pavillion for parties, could be a weekend destination. Decent air tv reception and great wireless. We would stay here again if in the area.
A very nice and well kept campground. Previous reviewers have not been fair in my opinion. Good long pull throughs with great space between, very clean restrooms which guests are given a key to at check in and all one has to do to raise the owner who lives at opposite end of campground from the office is use the bell at the office. Internet speed is limited which is something more and more campgrounds are having to do as some guests 'hog' the connection and others are not able to even access email. Pet walk is next to the highway and quite adequate but is a bit far from sites at back of the campground. We definitely would stay again if in the area.
Nice park, quiet, pretty clean. Easy check in, good wi-fi, good TV reception for being down in a "hollar"! Never did see the cave, not sure where it is located in relation to the RV park. Seems to be popular place and most likely the best choice in the area. Rating of 9 is for the bathrooms; they needed "spicking up" and storm door (women's rest room) would not stay closed as the latch was broken. We will stay again if in the area.
Nice campground, pleasant and helpful hosts. Stayed only one night on way to Iowa but would have stayed longer if schedule permitted. Typical "state" park as far as rest rooms and amenities go ... no soap, towels, in rest room and have to push the "3 minute" button constantly to keep water flowing in shower. But nice grounds, quiet albeit in middle of city.
First of all, this park is not in El Reno, it is twelve or so miles west of El Reno. And yes, sites are a bit close together but as we did not have neighbors it was negligible. The dog walk is a bit difficult to access (my reason for the 8 rating). It's a nice grassy hillside with a five foot or taller railroad tie retaining wall with access only from south end. If your pooch doesn't weigh much one could lift him/her up to the grassy area and walk beside the wall. My pooch would not stay up there unless I climbed up too! Cable TV was good. Wi-Fi was a bit spotty at times. Staff at check-in was friendly. The Cherokee Trading Post at top of hill is undergoing remodeling. There is a gift shop and separate restaurant. Most of the overnight spots are in full sun. Highway noise did not bother us. No problems and would stay here again if in the area.
Cadillac of parks in my opinion. They do have a pool and a nice one it is. Lots of grass and nice space between sites. All sites are level even though the park is on a hillside. Concrete sites with some steep ramps, good utility hookups, good room to maneuver even for big rigs. The family who checked us in was friendly and accommodating. We stayed in 8 parks in our 12 day trip and this was by far the nicest in every way.
Stayed here as closest park to family and our route out of town next morning. Very close sites even for our 30 ft Class C. It looked to be very challenging for big rigs/tows. However, staff available to help us back in and they could not have been more helpful. AAA+ facilities. We would stay here again if in the area.
An overnight stay on way home from Colorado. Family owned and operated, owners very personable and helpful. Level sites and quite convenient. In my book price is too cheap especially considering cable TV included (and was hubby happy that he was able to watch his beloved FOX!). Yes, we did notice the odor from the feedlots but this did not bother us and the trains simply lulled us to sleep. A jewel we are happy to have found and we would definitely stay here again.
When making reservations at this campground be aware there are sites that have only electric. The web site on which reservations is confusing (or was to me) thus we ended up with an electric only site on Loop C. Night staff told us to check the board and we could change to an available full service site which we did, then formally changed with the park office the next day. All sites are concrete pads with gravel area for the picnic table. Privacy is good, Restrooms and showers as clean as can be expected with a state park facility. However there was no soap at the sinks or towels to dry hands in the restrooms we visited. Laundry facilities were good, Wi-Fi available most of the two days we were there. The grounds are fairly well kept, mostly scrub grasses with lots of bare spots. Be forewarned there are scores of ant hills over the whole campground, some as much as two foot across, not sure what kind but be aware. Nice enough for a couple of overnights and good for family camp outs and lake-type vacations.
Absolutely wonderful campground, in fact my rating is a 10 plus. Cleanest and nicest restrooms we have found in our fourteen months of RVing. Owners live on site and are extremely helpful with whatever problem or concern one may have. Their pride and care of the facilities is obvious and shows everywhere you look. A great family campground as there is a playground, miniature golf, horsehoes, pool and lots of green space to roam in. Not far off I-70 but quiet and peaceful. We slept with windows open as it was cool. Goodland is on the high plains which has very little rainfall so the trees and shrubs are a real treat in this part of the world. We will definitely stay here again, in fact will make it a point to stay only here when in the area.
We love this campground, cannot say enough good things about it. "New" owners (about 3 years now) take such care with everything and their hard work is evident everywhere you look. WiFi is a bit "iffy" if the park is full, but we find that everywhere we go. There is no doubt we will stay here again.
Beautiful park, nicely kept, pleasant personnel. Sites a bit narrow however we had no problem in our Class C w/one slide. Sewer hookup was too low as could not access the threads with our RhinoFlex hookup. On the negative side, sewer pipes need to be raised up as new rock is added to sites but positive side of this is they obviously do add new rock and keep sites as level as possible which is not true of a lot of parks. WiFi and TV (antenna) excellent, we even streamed a Netflix movie. Temps in mid 90's and Bradford pear trees gave no real shade but did make it feel a little cooler. Shade comes from the next unit in late afternoon so the narrow sites are a plus in that case. We enjoyed our one night stay and would stay here again if in the area.
I agree with the previous poster and will add the following. This is indeed a difficult park to review. We also chose this park because of proximity to a relative who lives nearby. Small park, probably would be difficult to navigate with a large rig and especially if towing another vehicle. We are 30 feet and do not tow. We had no problem backing into our site as the site across from ours was empty. Our site was fairly level but did have to lower rear jack a bit. The owner was very helpful and assured us they would help with anything we needed. We thought the price was quite reasonable, the staff friendly, the directions to park excellent. This appears to be the only park in the central Kansas City area and is not bad for a one or two night stay. One other comment is that there seems to be a lot of auto traffic in and out, but that may just be the current residents.