I wrote my last review before I should have. Site 21 ended up being loud. I would stay in a different site but 22 had traffic I’m and out constantly and there were noisy people with noisy kids.
Sites closer to the lake seemed quieter and nicer.
I really liked it here. The spots are just outside of a neighborhood. It is very quiet. I’ve been here a few days and only had 4 people/cars come through. Sites are primitive. All of them are near the waters edge. Most have tables and bbq grills...
I didn't take the pictures posted here, but if I had looked at them before I went I would have saved the trip. The dump drain itself is elevated on a typical gas station concrete island and then there are containment walls above that. If your...
The area around the dump station is roomy! The drain itself is recessed nice and low. Very well done. The flush water hose usually doesn't have an end on it, but I just attach my own flush hose. The fuel pumps for the big rigs have a lot of...
We stayed here the week of Thanksgiving. It was a little crowded for COVID times but (most) of the staff was masked up. Groups kept to themselves. The kids played football in the grassy areas all day long. A beautiful week!
This place was great. Although, a little crowded for COVID times. Our site backed up to the river and seemed secluded even though the park is located off a main hwy. The kids loved the bouncy pillow and playground.
I got a drive-up site at 5pm, probably the last one. An RV site, it was well equipped. The fee would be higher if I used the power. As a tent camper I appreciated the spotless restroom facilities. The sky is the show, really!
The gravel lot northwest of the casino is open to RVers again. The casino asks that you pass over the paved lot and park on the gravel. At times, there may be 50 or more rigs parked in the lot. Other times, there are only a few.