Great park! We stayed here in a 31' pull behind. Great view where we stayed in the B campground. If you are looking for great cell service this is not the place for you it was great for us. Overall, very nice place to stay. The showers where clean, great water pressure and hot water.
This is a nice park. The website is a little misleading, but it's still nice. No frills. There is a club house where you can watch TV and do the laundry. It is just a gravel lot with some small trees. But you can see the mountians, it is a breath taking view. We would stay here again, the price reflects the Passport discount.
Very high dollar. 5 1/2 miles down a dirt road. Not that nice of a park. Have stayed in $12 places with a better setup. Bring your own wood: they wanted .50 cents a stick, and that is not a typo. You are better off staying in the state park across the road before you go on the dirt road. We won't stay here again: too high dollar and too far down a poor dirt road.
The people that run this park are very nice. They even called the morning we were going to arrive, to say it was too dangerous to drive with the winds at 65 mph. It was fine with us: too windy to travel in South Dakota. It has laundry, showers and a RV site with no frills. A good place to spend the night.
This is a very tight campground: not much room from the next camper. Has very clean restrooms and showers. The guy running it is very nice. He is a little off but you have to admire a guy that wears a pistol on his side. A great place to spend the night and go sight seeing. The price reflects 1/2 off for Passport America.
It is very nice park, with alot to see and alot of history. The only problem is when you want to look around. There are tours 2 days a week for $10 a person. We were here 3 days and should have made it 2.
This is a nice park. Was very clean and the pool was great. It is right on the road but noise was not that bad. We really liked it. The only thing that is a con: is after parking and setting up, the picnic table was right outside the door, and there was no room for a fire.
This was a great park. We stayed here 2 months for work. The kids loved it. They went swimmimg everyday and were able to ride their bikes all around. The owner was very nice and the hosts were too. The park is very nice and clean. The cost was $325 a month.
This place is in what we call the desert. When you are driving down I-40 and see some trees this is where the park is. It is a nice park very clean and quiet. The recreation room and laundry room were clean. There is a gas station at the gate very convenient it is also where you check in. We were there 2 nights. The price is with the Passport America discount.
This is a beautiful park. The camping is at the bottom of the canyon so it is twisting and turning going down but it is not a problem. Everybody is very nice and helpful. It was 116 at the bottom of the canyon we had the a/c on and after about 30 minutes of it on the breaker blew. I would guess it was just hot. My a/c would not come back on I drove back and let them know I switched sites still no luck we slept there very hot we left in the morning; we where going to stay another night but not without a/c. I stopped by to let them know to cancel the next night they where very nice refunded my money I did not expect that. The rate is $27 plus there is a $5 a day for a day pass. We will stay there again when the a/c is fixed.
Unlike the other reviews we loved this place. Yes it is up the mountain and it is crooked and steep but it is up a mountain and the road goes to the ski resort and dead ends so it is not on a major highway. The view is amazing lots of pines there where deer and elk that in the evening would cross through the campground in the evening. We have 2 kids and the highway is not that close they could get out and play ride their bikes. The park ranger was very helpful. The store is not opened because instead of 7 people he needs the state sent 2 for summer help. Like he said most people would rather have clean restrooms then a store. When you leave and need to use the dump station just let a worker or ranger know when you are leaving and somebody will meet you to unlock the gates. You have to drive through Santa Fe to get to it, side streets and all. We will go back it was great.
It was nice I just don't think they have the staffing they should. The bath house could use some paint and a maintenance worker for a couple of days. We reserved our site. We had electric and water. We walked around and there are some pull-through sites but no electric or water with them.
This was way better then we expected. The site was wide there is no picnic tables or fire pit. There is a community picnic area that is very nice has gas BBQ grills, picnic tables. The laundry room was very nice. We used the the swimming pool and you just have to call for the shuttle and they where there in just a minute. Everyone was very nice. We thought it was just a parking lot with hookups but the landscape was very nice even has a walking trail around the park for you and or your pet. We bought the train package and our stay here was like $14 but the regular night stay is $39.
We found this driving down I-40 there was construction where we where going to pull off and stay so when we missed the exit we saw the billboard Full-Hook ups $10. So we kept driving to it and it is a bare bones no frills gravel lot but it was getting late and the family did not mind we all enjoyed a shower with the water since we had boondocked it at a Walmart the night before. The spots where long enough to back in we didn't unhook just leveled it close. It was $10 if you had a membership to something and $20 without an extra $6.50 to use the dump station. We paid the $26.50. I got my laptop out and hooked up to the free wireless internet the casino had. I would not want to take my vacation here but 1 night was great. It had 20,30,50 amp.
This campground is in Omaha, AR it is right before the Missouri line on Hwy 65 you turn on W Hwy 14 follow it till the end. It has 21 electric and 5 electric/water sites none with sewer site the rest are tent sites. It is a short distance to the lake has a marina and a swimming area. The shower's and restroom where clean and nice they where private and in one room. A bit of warning if somebody is going to visit you there is a $4 entry fee per car that is not camping or have a boat at the marina.
This is a very nice state park we found on accident. You can see the lake from all the sites. Everybody was really nice. Grounds where very well kept up. It is $10 a night w/o electric $6 more and with it and water is $2. The site website says $3 sewer fee. We did not have sewer service at the site but they do have a dump station you can use. If you are ever in North Oklahoma well worth the stay just for the view over the lake in the morning.
Very Nice! All sites are easy to back into. There are two pull-throughes. You can go online and reserve a spot or you can call and reserve a certain spot. Lots of room at the campsite. The office is open 7 days a week. Very nice. They have information on other Arkansas State parks. A few items for sale ice, soda etc.