Stayed 1 night, which was OK. Park is old and not well maintained. Ladies bathroom was clean but men's was very dirty. Paid Passport America rate, which the book said $10 but was charged $15, and that was for 30 amp. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This park is old and in need of updating, but the sites are long and level gravel. We were able to fit on our site (B4)in our 40 footer without unhooking the toad.It it very close to the highway so traffic noise is a factor, but it also is convenient if just passing through like we were. Cable was supposed to be available but ours did not work. Wi-Fi was available but very slow. The rate we paid was with a Passport America membership. We would stay here again if just passing through because it is convenient. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Needed a place to pull off 81/287 for the night. Was good for that. Staff was friendly. Had 50 amp service and CATV. Wi-Fi signal was good, but the connection was super slow and made checking email very tedious. A little noisy from trucks at night. Gravel pads not very wide, slides almost touch neighbors. If you use a GPS, ignore it and just get off the exit for Fruitland RD. It will be right off the exit. Nothing else around, so if you need a place to recharge your batteries, this will work. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Adequate stop for a couple of nights if you can live with the basics. Sites are more level than some other parks nearby but I said 'no' to big rig access even though their website claims they can handle up to 40'. My 34' fifth wheel fit, but I had to disconnect truck and park widthwise behind. Cable TV is actually digital antenna and may or may not be stronger than your rig's antenna. WiFi extremely slow when tested, my broadband card worked better. It appears they are still doing some renovating and facilities and grounds are neat. We might stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.