In fairness to the campground, this season has been rainy. That being said we called before we came to find out if they were still open and dry. The answer was although they had had rain, they were open and doing fine. Not so; our site was soggy, and one afternoon storm later, we were swimming in water and most likely sewage as well. Everything was under water. They refused to move us because most all sites were extremely water logged at that point. One day of total sunshine, and our site is still under water, and walking our dogs is an ordeal of trying to find dry ground, and mud is everywhere. All hoses are a disaster. Do not come here for the remainder of the 2013 season. They need to dry out and add gravel to most of the sites.
This place is amazing except many of the sites are not level. When we asked to be relocated, they were very accommodating. Please call for accurate directions because using a GPS to get there may put you on roads you would rather not be on. Pool looked very inviting and views were amazing.
This was our first stay at this campground, and we would recommend it highly for anyone. Sites were level and owners were highly interested in your satisfaction. Rather remote but close to highway, although no noise. Easy on and off. Very clean pool which is unusual. Just a good place to stay.
This is our second time staying at this park and we would recommend it with reservations. The sites are tight. Even the premium sites require extreme caution in parking. If you are in a site with only power and cable, things are even tighter.
This is our second time staying in this campground and we highly recommend it. It is well run and the employees are very friendly and helpful. Sites are all paved, plenty of shower rooms throughout park. Just the best park around, by far. Convenient to the West Yellowstone entrance to Yellowstone. My only concern would be there are no dog disposal cans at the dogie bag dispenser areas. You can get your bag for your dog but then you must take it back to your camper for disposal. Also, there are entrances to areas "off campus" to walk your dogs but no way to get there without walking across private campsites that I have seen in either trip there. Laundry room is excellent. Have not used the showers.
The park has been a KOA for three days and looks very nice. There are many permanent residents but the place is clean and kept up. BUT the sights are extraordinarily close to one another and even the roads are used as part of the RV site. I would say if you are smaller than 40 ft. you might be okay.
This is our second stay at this park, mainly because we bike and it is right on the Katy Trail. As others have mentioned, this park is overpriced in comparison to other comparable parks across the United States and it is nothing more than a large lot with a nearby railroad running. My main reason for writing the review was that although they advertise dog facilities, the dog park they mention is not close to their park and they prefer you to take your dog outside the safety of the RV Park to walk and eliminate. There is a back access gate to get out and return. They provide no containers to dispose of your puppy waste and the only dumpster is very removed from this area. I asked about the feasibility of placing a trash container at the gate for pet owners but was told the public access parking lot for the Katy Trail across from the back gate had a can, although I will need to look for it because I have not seen it. Food selections in town is fantastic. If this park was not so convenient to the rail trail, I would try to find another.
We were traveling through the area and looking for a decent place to stay when I came across High Plains. After researching their website and going to their facebook page, we decided to give the place a try. There is not much in this region. I posted on facebook about coming and immediately received a welcoming reply. Upon checking in, the owner gave us all the info and even had an organic garden we could help ourselves too if inclined. The brochure for the park was very thorough even including county information in case of weather issues (Kansas has strong winds). Although close to the highway, easy on/off, the park is extraordinarily quiet. We would definitely stay here again if traveling through the area.
Staff very helpful. They actually serve food and pizza and wings were surprisingly good. Had difficulty receiving satellite service but moved a few feet and picked it up. Roads are narrow so if campground full, maneuvering would be difficult. This may be the best place between Oklahoma City and Amarillo on I-40. There is not a large selection. Easy on and off the highway.
Another terrific Florida State Park. They have all been amazing. Some pull-through sites laid out quite nicely. Very spacious sites. Many have plenty of room for a large RV as well as a tent and your towed car. Apparently a quite popular place in December due to a Christmas light show. The only big drawback for us was this was our first encounter at the state parks with the tiniest of ticks. They were everywhere and both our dogs and ourselves ended up with them. Yuck! They had evidently just hatched. Now we don't know whether to return or not.