We are Little Rock natives, so were excited to be right downtown in the middle of the action. The campground itself is not a destination campground, but is clean and very well managed. The choice of sites and pricing was confusing, but the Passport American sights definitely did not look desirable, so we chose to pay more and were right up on the river nose in. It was a beautiful site and we were close to the dog walk. Now for the great part: the bike path is amazing and begins and ends right here at the park. LR have done an amazing job of developing the riverfront for leisure and exercise and we could not have been more impressed. We will definitely stay here again!
This is another campground that I would not consider a destination park, but was perfect for out needs. It was right off I-44, clean restrooms, not too expensive, the cable was good, power was consistent and Wi-Fi was okay. It was quiet, cared for and we had no complaints. We have family in Tulsa and would stay here again when we visit.
This park was nice--clean bathrooms, nice pool, and putt-putt golf. The grounds were neat and clean and the sights were fine. It was a bit difficult to get level, but not horrible. The sites are face to face, which is fine when you have some room. But even as crowded as this is, it was better than having our neighbor's sewer right by the picnic table. The owner gave us information when we were having some problems with our rig and needed repairs, but was a little short on compassion. Oh well, it was fine for a stop over.
The staff was very helpful, park was clean, pool was nice, restrooms were clean and security was visible. This park would have rated much higher except for a couple of issues. The most distressing issue was the inconsistent power supply. It was 114 degrees while we were there and we could not run both AC units because of this. Also, we came back one day and a breaker had been thrown. This is extremely problematic when you have left a pet in the RV. Also, the cable was very poor and you had to pay for Wi-Fi. So, not sure we would stay again unless we knew that power issue was fixed. The other problems were just minor inconveniences.
We had originally planned to stay 2 nights and extended to 4. It is a dirt lot with hook-ups, but exactly what we needed to see the sights. The other great thing about this place is that for a $5 deposit you get access to the hotel pool across the street. You do have to cross a four lane highway to get to the pool, but that was really no problem. I saw complaints about the road noise in older reviews, but we kept the air or fan on at night and it was really not an issue. Beware: this is a dead zone for Verizon and the Wi-Fi that you have access to is very, very weak at the campsite. You can use it at the pool with no problem. We camped in a self contained rig: a must as there are no showers or bathrooms. We would return if we were in the area.
We were very pleased with out stay here. The staff and long-term residents were extremely friendly and helpful. The location is good for many of the local sights and the Wi-Fi and cable were great. The GPS directions to this park were not accurate for us: once on Spanish Valley is said the drive was 32 yards and that was way off. Keep going, it's worth it! The only negative for us was the older, somewhat junky, area with storage that you drive through to get to the park. We would definitely stay here again.
For the high price we thought this campground was just okay. The sewer was actually uphill from our site, which could really cause problems. The views from the lake are gorgeous and the camp store was very nice with groceries even reasonably priced. There was a $3.75 charge for the shower, which we thought was outrageous when you have paid $61.00 to use the water anyway. What difference did it make whether we used it in our motorhome or in their shower! The only other complaint is that the staff seemed either disinterested or ignorant when we asked about hooking up the the Wi-Fi, charge for the shower and other seemingly normal questions. We would not stay in the full hook-up area again.
We actually moved to the no hook-up area after spending one night in the full hook-up for $61.00 and not a great experience. The no frills area had beautiful views and we loved that it was pull outs on the side of the road, so we had a lovely 60' area with no one on either side of us. We were able to have a fire in the ring, which we could not do in full hook-up, too. For the price you could not beat this and we would definitely camp here again. The staff was not knowlegable and that was the only complaint we had, otherwise a great stay.
This park is certainly not a destination, but was fine for our purposes: to go into Yellowstone. The woman who took our reservation was not particularly accommodating and said we had to check in by 8:30 pm with no option for a later arrival. When traffic through Big Horn made our 8:30 pm arrival impossible, I called and got a much kinder person who said it was no problem. The pool was very small, but the kids did enjoy splashing around. The hot tub was fine: no chairs for around it. The view is beautiful from many of the sites on the far end of the park. We would likely try staying in Cody next time.
We loved Broken Arrow!! As others have said, it is a horse rider's destination, but not being horse riders did not make it a problem for us at all. The campground itself is lovely and very well maintained. The price was definitely right and the bathrooms are some of the best I have seen and I have been camping for 20 years. The managers are very friendly as are their other staff. Broken Arrow is very convenient to Custer, SD and we were able to ride our bikes into town. We also really appreciated honest advice when we asked about local attractions. We would definitely stay again and if you are in the area you should, too!!
The people were very nice and this was a fine campground for us to use as we passed through Mitchell. It is very convenient to local attractions. The sites are very close together, but we had enough space to sit outside. It seemed to be a very family friendly place and the bathrooms were fine. The only negative comment I would make is that quiet hours were not enforced and it was a bit loud in the campsite next to ours. We would stay again.