June 16, 2022 - reviewed by TCW
Not the Best but Okay
We stayed the night. The park has full hook ups, gravel sites, mostly grass, some weeds. Grass & weeds are mowed. There is some shade. The trees need water! You have to stop at the gas station to pay for your site then drive in and choose a site. There's not alot here. A&W & Taco Time close at 7:00pm.
April 21, 2021 - reviewed by Lynne
Quiet spot. Nice pull through. BUT you need a key for the bathrooms. We were not asked if we needed one and it is a $10 deposit. You have to get the key at the chevron station at entrance. Just know in advance
May 12, 2018 - reviewed by Glen R
Overnight stay fine, don't expect much also needs upkeep.
August 5, 2016 - reviewed by Ted Spiekerman
I would Not recommend this park to anyone! The road into the "park" is full of potholes. The power in the restrooms was off and the resrooms were a mess! There is air in the water system and when we told the people at the registration about it we were told it wasn't their problem. They also no longer offer any discounts (Good Sam etc) even though their website says otherwise. $30.00 + tax is far too much for such a park! I'd love to be able to give a negative rating but there is none
July 5, 2016 - reviewed by Beckster11
Nice Place For An Overnight Stay
Very nice place for an overnight stay. The wifi works great and it's quiet and scenic. No pool or extra amenities but perfect for an overnight stay.
August 22, 2015 - reviewed by Gurleymon
Great Stop Over
This nice little park is close to I-15, but not ass much traffic noise as you'd think. There is a Chevron gas station on the property but it is 100 yards away. See google earth for view. They offered free breakfast burritos and coffee. 50A service with water and sewer costs 32.00 all in. No discounts but the breakfast was worth $4 and there was 2 of us. That bets most discounts for being in one of the clubs.
The camp grounds are gravel with trees for most sites. Laundry and showers were acceptable but not exceptional. This park is 10 miles from Lava Hot Springs which is a fun little town with state owned mineral pools. RV parks closer to this town are $60. The short drive in our towed was worth the savings.
I'd stay here again! I stayed in a 40' class A. My rig would fit in nearly every space in the park, all are pull through.