April 24, 2021 - reviewed by The MONTER'S
Hard to figure where spaces are. 4 30amp plugs per pole. No water. No sewer dump. Didn't look at restroom. But under the shade and walking path close along with Old Mill Museum. If you come in late, office opens at 8:30a to pay. Patroled. Big rig accessible.
July 29, 2019 - reviewed by Jusin.
Perfect little overnight spot. Lindsborg is a really nice town with great biking trails. There’s a park and swimming pool across a cool little bridge.
May 13, 2018 - reviewed by Nj8603
Stopped at the old mill for a tour and asked about the camping. We were given directions about the power and basic site info. The sites were very basic, but we're self contained so the primitive bathrooms were no prob.It was stormy weather while we were there or else or we would have enjoyed walking the trails and into town for dinner. As it was we had an early dinner at Farleys pub which was good.
November 8, 2017 - reviewed by Gene S
Very Nice, Quiet.
Arrived after dark. No defined campsites. Primitive potty. All grass. Several poles with 4 30 amp outlets kinda sorta indicates where to park. Crossed the ped/bike only bridge to walk thru downtown Lindsborg. Found the museum office to offer up my $7. For $2 more, ended up spending over 90 minutes in there. The water powered technology in the mill is fascinating. Very pleasant experience.
July 14, 2017 - reviewed by Joyce and Wayne Meyer
Quiet AND cheap!
$7, electric only. Slept like a baby! No one there but us! Great for a much needed break. Filled with water at the Old Mill Museum. Dumped tanks at the rest area right before the exit. Very doable! No frills.
June 13, 2017 - reviewed by SteveMc
Enter this nice park from 14th Ave. As the bridge is now blocked to vehicles.