PROS: Near amusement park. Strong 50 Amp service. Good dump station.
CONS: High price: paid $54/night: outrageous. Spent over $200 at the park. Why so expensive for so few services? No water hookup. No wifi. No sewer. Relatively small campsite....
We stayed for a week and thoroughly enjoyed the ranch.
Free Buffalo kill archaeological / historic site, on site. Buffalo bones, indian artifacts. Famous.
$150/week for full hook up w/50Amp service and good-tasting potable water
Camping for free. Donation is encouraged.
Electric, water and dump station.
Only two campers parked after 10AM.
Aquatic center adjacent. Open swim is $3.50 for adults for the indoor pool.
Beautiful scenery: Lake, picnic tables.
437 days ago
Low Cost - $10/night
Two frost-free waterwayer sources: Dump station water and potable (blue handle) water
Only 2 miles from town
Beautiful Trail into town
Many atomic bomb science, history and native american...
This review only applies to the RV camping part of the park, not the tent sites or extensive hiking trails.
PROS: Beautiful desert scenery. RV Site #4 had just enough room for our 34ft motorhome. Flexible selection of one of the only five RV...
PROS: Hiking, close to McDonald Observatory, thorough ranger talks, good water. Beautiful scenery.
CONS: Paid $20 too much due to state park reservation system bureaucratic incompetence*1. Too smokey due to a...
PROS: $15/night, electric and water sites, dump station, river, playground, short walk to town. Cops patrol the site three times per night. The only highlight of the town was Not Just Popcorn, a global seller of 400+ flavored popcorns.