I agree with everything the previous reviewer said. Is is not "glitzy" in any way, but a nice respite stop and would recommend it to anyone wanting a decent place to stay. Internet and TV worked very well and the owners went out of their way to help us.
We stayed here in a 31' rig and decided to stay 4 nights on our Campclub rate. The casino was fun and had some great deals on meals in the restaurants. The cost of laundry was $1 to wash and $.75 to dry. The showers are spotless, but too high pressure makes them uncomfortable to use more than once. LOL!
Nice park, easy access, with very friendly owners onsite. We just overnighted on our way north, but would recommend it for a several night stay. Only downside was the train whistle nearby, but we were so tired, it didn't bother us at all. Be sure to check out Ft.Laramie while there.
Great park like setting. We have a 31" trailor and had no problem finding a space. WIFI worked fine for us, but was told it didn't work at some sites due to trees. Great location for sightseeing. We felt like we were camping out in the wilderness.
The only reason I didn't give this park a 10, is due to the fact they don't have shade yet. They have planted trees, but are too small to provide shade. Excellent location for doing day trips to Flagstaff, Sedona and the Grand Canyon. Very clean.
The park looks run down and shabby and for the price, we expected more. Wi-Fi ws spotty and slow. Its hidden behind a truck rental place and hard to find. We didn't stay more than 1 night because of the park condition.The nice park across the street was full so we went onward.