I was concerned due to some poor reviews on this park, but I feel they are absolutely unjustified. It is a nice park, well maintained, friendly staff, nice amenities. Far enough off the 410 Loop to be reasonably quiet. Concrete pads, 50 amp service, nice cable TV. You can request a site with or without a tree (we prefer without, in case we choose to use our satellite dish). The sites are a bit close together, but no problem putting slides out and still having room on either side. The management has painted blue lines on the concrete pads - line up your driver's side tires on the blue lines, and you will have plenty of room for slideouts and awnings. We would definitely stay here again (coming from an RVing couple with 3 decades and hundreds of thousands of miles RVing).
Price reflects the Passport America rate. Very friendly - Terri, the person we spoke with on the phone when we called ahead, called us by name when we drove up. Nice touch. A definite "out in the country" type place, close to the big city. Good, level sites; grassy, wide-open feel. We did not use the showers, which are in a mobile home near the entrance. The only downside of this park is the unpleasant washboard entrance road, about 7/10 of a mile... the speed limit is 10 mph, but if you try to drive that fast (?), you may lose some fillings. We would stay here again.
Price reflects the Passport America rate. Very nice folks running this park. It is an older park, but very well kept up. A lot of permanent residents, but plenty of overnight sites, too. The showers were as clean as we've ever seen in a park; older but reasonably updated, and functional. High speed Wi-Fi was great. We would definitely stay here again.
Price reflects a Good Sam discount (Passport America discount was not available at the time of our stay). Nice park, friendly front desk people. Immaculate showers/rest room/laundry. Sites are a bit close together, but plenty of length. We would stay here again. Plenty to do in Anacortes, especially if you like boats and being on the water.
The price reflects the Passport America rate. This place is a treat ; the managers are VERY friendly. In fact, it says, "The friendliest RV park in South Dakota" on their receipt, and I would have to say that is right on! The showers/bathrooms/laundry facilities are very nice, super clean, and designed to be able to handle a lot of people (obvious that they planned for that for the motorcycle rally). Sites are level; all good gravel sites and roads. We will DEFINITELY return here.
Price reflects the Passport America rate. Kind of high, considering. We have stayed in the park in the past, and the paved pads that we have been parked on have all sloped downhill, some considerably more than others. The showers were reasonably clean, but very dated: this is the first time we have used their shower facilities. The people in the office are friendly, they have someone guide you to your site. We would stay here again when passing through.
They don't take Passport America on weekends. Price reflects the Escapees rate. We have stayed here in the past when passing through; this is the first time we have used the shower facilities which are dated, but adequate; could use a more thorough cleaning. People in the office are very nice. Sites are spacious and level. Gravel sites. We happened to stay there when there was a nasty thunderstorm (certainly not the park's fault), but they did not give us any "where to go for shelter" info; I should have asked. Decent place, and we will stay there again when we are in the area.
Price reflects the Passport America rate. It's a small park, with old facilities, but very adequate for an overnight. There is only one shower/bathroom each for men and women; not fancy, but reasonably clean. Eclectic would be a good description: there were caribou in the fenced area that used to be a miniature golf course. (??) Three block walk to Pizza Hut or Subway. Some noise from the interstate, but not bad. No doubt in it's day, it was a nice park. Now, it's kind of dated. We would stay here again for an overnight, passing through.
They advertise as being able to accommodate big rigs; we just barely fit in the site with a 32' trailer. They have the wrong fitting on their cable connections and charge you $5 for a deposit on the adapter. The showers are in a locker room type situation for the motel's indoor pool and are locked from 10pm to 8am. There is no place to put your soap/shampoo/etc in the shower. I would describe them as "minimal" at best. They were clean, though. Getting to the RV sites with a big rig would be interesting. If you are passing through from Hwy 385, you will drive through town on a bumpy road. All in all, I would take a pass on this place next time through. OK for a night... sorta. Price reflects Passport America rate.
Price reflects the Passport America rate. Nice park, all gravel, about 2/3 of the sites are pull throughs. The park is about 4 miles off I-35 if you are considering it for a quick on/off. Definitely big rig friendly. The family that owns the park lives on the property - nice people. Not fancy, but very adequate and quiet.
Price reflects the Passport America rate ($3 extra for 50 amp). Two miles off I-30, and well worth the short jaunt. Easy pull through sites (some back-ins), long enough for our 65' total length. Decent wi-fi at our site; some of the sites have cable TV. Great for a stop-over. We will definitely stay here again when in the area.
Basic park with electricity and water at the sites and a sewer dump. Handy location, close to the NuWa factory. We stay here when going through the area. The price is right: free for the first 48 hours, then $10 per night. It is located around a city baseball park, so it can be crowded and noisy some evenings. I really enjoy these small town, city parks. They encourage people to stay for a night or three and spend money in town. And everyone who stays here does just that. Good for the traveling RVer, good for the town: win/win.
We've stayed here before when in the Branson area; we enjoy this park. The sites are snug, but reasonably level. We generally pay the weekly rate, but that is not available on pull-through, 50 amp sites I was told. Still, $17 per night is a decent rate. There is construction on the road near the park, so it seems noisier and dustier than our past stays. As in all Escapees parks, the office people are friendly and knowledgeable.
Price reflects the Passport America rate. We were just looking for a place to pull in for the night, with an electric hook-up. What a delightful small campground! Easy access to I-80. Even though the park is small in the number of sites, there is great BIG rig parking with ample turning room. The office folks were very friendly. In fact, when we called ahead to make sure they'd have a space for us, the nice lady on the phone said, "Get here before 8:00, and you can order really good pizza and chicken wings." And, we did just that. GREAT $10 pizza, and they delivered it to our coach! We will definitely stay here again when we come through the area.
The $10 rate reflects the Passport America discount. This place is adequate for an overnight while transiting west Texas. It is basically a gravel lot with some rocks and cacti marking off the sites. If the wind is blowing, it can be very dusty (and the wind is usually blowing in west Texas). The RV parking is connected with a gas station/convenience store, and it was quite noisy during the middle of the night with 18 wheelers.
Friendly staff who escort you to your site. Our length is nearly 65' and they were very accommodating, giving us a site where we didn't have to unhook. We didn't use any of the amenities, since this was just an overnight for us. We have stayed here before and would do so again. The sites can be quite close together - one of our slide-outs was actually over the top of the neighbor's picnic table. Interior roads have some potholes, some sites have BIG trees that you have to be careful to dodge when exiting the site. The rate reflects the Passport America discount.
Nice park with easy access off I-90. Long level sites. We stayed here with Passport America, thus the rate. The lady in the office was VERY nice and welcoming. We have stayed here before when passing through and would definitely stay again.
The office manager, is possibly the most unpleasant RV park person I've ever met. She complains about other RVers, employees, the weather, you name it. We had reserved a site near the golf course, but were "banished" to the narrow gravel sites out back because we were towing a cargo trailer behind our RV. Even though other sites had pet runs, patio furniture, and even a fridge outside. The facility is decent, typical Arizona gravel sites. The narrow "overnight" sites (we were here for a week) are long, but so tight because of small trees and the utility boxes that we couldn't put our awning out. If the neighbor next door sneezed, we could turn towards the window to say, "Bless you," and they could hear it. Other sites in the park were much more spacious (same price). There is a 4 hole golf course that affords a bit of greenery. Some park homes and mobile homes. Change the management attitude and I would rate this park higher. I had to initial a form on check-in stating that I was aware that there would be airplane noise. Plenty of road noise from I-10 in the overnight sites. The pool area was small, but nice. The park was over half vacant when we were here, so it wasn't like there wasn't enough room at nicer sites for our RV and cargo trailer. I won't come back here.
This is a member park, but does have promotional sites available to the public for $39 for 2 nights. This is our all-time favorite park anywhere. Large sites, decent space between, well maintained. Great pool, wonderful variety of amenities. Reservations are necessary, especially during the summer months. The $2.50 nightly fee is for energy usage, instead of raising maintenance fees for members, those who use it pay the small fee. Friendly staff, comfort stations all around the park. Paved roads and sites, some sites are "expanded", offering double width paved. Excellent facility!
We stay in this park a couple times each year while we visit family in the area: friendly staff, decent sites. We prefer the sites near the river that aren't so wooded: better for satellite reception, even though the park has cable TV. A MUCH better value than the over-priced, cramped KOA in North Sioux City. The sites that can be reserved do not have sewer hookups, but some of those have cement pads. Easy access to city amenities and a very nice bike path that runs past the park and athletic fields nearby.
$12.75 (not the $10 listed in the Escapees book) + tax, just over $14. The sites are close together, but we (just) had room to put our slides out. Good cable TV. We pulled in around 3:00 pm and by 4:30, the sites were full (at the end of Sept.). Not much to look at, close to the road so a bit noisy, but OK for an overnight. Train noise.
The roads in the park are tight for large rigs. We stayed there after a rain, and much of the park was muddy, ruts in the road. The price varies widely (as with most KOAs) depending on what hook-ups you want, including (in my opinion, overpriced) cable. Not much for options for campgrounds in this area - there is a city run park in South Sioux City, Nebraska, that is more reasonably priced. This is an older park. The restrooms and showers are dated, but very clean.
We stayed here on Passport America. Very nice folks; they escorted us to our site. Just far enough off the road so there's little road noise. Pretty. All gravel sites. They allowed us to use a bucket and brush to wipe down the RV.
Sometimes all you want is an easy place to park for the night... and a hook-up. This is one of those places. Not fancy, not pretty, not quiet; but they have full hook-ups and easy in/out. There isn't a lot to choose from in this part of the state, and, understanding what it is, this place will do for a night.