Very basic, mostly level park adjacent to the Casino. People are very nice and friendly. They ask that you go into the casino and get a players card for the $10.00 rate, but that doesn't mean you have to stay inside the casino. There is a very reasonable "grill" and also a large restaurant inside the casino. A nice stop for the money.
Because we have an access pass, we get a discount on the regular fee, which for electric is $18.00 per night. The camp hosts were wonderful. This is a small park, some sites are reservable, some 1st come. Weekends are packed because of the lake. Beautiful location. Quiet and friendly. The electric sites have 50 amps, picnic tables, bbq and fire ring. Lots of wildlife.
Ranks with the worst parks ever visited. No one maintains the rv section of this "resort". Just driving in a circle to approach a site our rig got 3 big scratches from overgrown bushes. The angles are wrong so you can't come in to back into the spots they say will "fit" a large rv. This place might be OK for a tent camper or a rig under 25', but we have a 34' 5th wheel with 3 slides, and even tho I told the man at the hotel this when checking in, he neglected to tell me that they really didn't have sites for anything that big. He told us they had 50 amp sites. Well, there was ONE 50 amp, everything else was 20 or 30. Trying to get back out was a nightmare. Do yourself a favor and drive on by!
This is a very basic City Park. The 1st night is FREE, $20 a nite after that. Near the grassy area of the park, near the park pool. Some 15 amp, mostly 30 amp & a few 50 (which were all taken by long terms while we were there). Safe area, and you can't beat the price if just passing through!
This is a very nice park at the junction of US 20 and Nebraska 87. Clean. Next to the city pool with daily, weekly and monthly rates. We were the only ones here when we stayed. Self pay envelopes at the office building. Quiet residential area. Fifty amp service was relatively new, all hook-ups in good condition. Would certainly stay again, if in the area.
Very clean and nice park. Good sites, easy access and across from a small city park. Owners are very friendly, knowledgeable of the area and helpful. Wi-Fi wasn't as strong as could be, but still worked. In residential area, but quiet. Heard trains nearby, as they are in the area, but not intrusive or too loud. Would certainly stay here again if in the area.
This is a State Historic Site, with lots of activities available, including horseback riding, entertainment, stage coach rides, restaurant, museums and much more. It is a very difficult approach, as the RV parking is not well marked, and neither is the check in. Go to the main brick building just inside the main entrance for RV check in, then they will direct you to the campsites. We love the location and would highly recommend this park. The only thing I didn't like was having to buy a daily park use pass in addition to the RV fee, but this certainly isn't the only state that does this.