October 25, 2019 - reviewed by New Full Timer
Good Park, Good Location, Good People
Management was friendly, kind, and helpful. The park has everything you need and is quite good for a multi-week stay.
There's highway noise if you are outside but nothing too bad, couldn't hear anything inside.
Otherwise perfect location with shopping and multiple RV dealers right nearby.
Overall, fantastic start to the full time RV life.
September 5, 2018 - reviewed by Twoplusone
Restrooms clean although dated but better than some.
Park is right beside interstate so very noisy. Woke up at 5am and never fell
back aside. Not all lots are level
Park has a mix of workers and other seasonals. Nice pool.
Terrible wifi, easy on/off highway, needs maintenance to bring up to par.
August 7, 2017 - reviewed by Jennie
Easy on and off the highway, near shopping and restaurants. Conveniently located near an RV store. Sites are tight, campground not that well maintained, and there are a few long term stay folks, only a few sites with sewage. If you are staying a week or more they will pump your tank. Campground is fine for overnighting on your way somewhere - definitely not a destination campground. If we were going back through the area and needed a site for the night we would stay again. People were pleasant and it seemed safe - just kind of run down.
April 19, 2016 - reviewed by Happy Camper
If you just need a place to park your wheels for a night it would be acceptable. It is right on the edge of the interstate so traffic noise is very loud. It has easy access to the highway. Also has a pool.
There are a lot of long term and essentially permanent campers that tend to junk up the place. It is open year round but if staying in the area during the spring-fall season I would recommend staying at Blue Springs lake or Lake Jacomo campground (run by Jackson County Parks and Rec) just a few more miles down the interstate. Far more secluded, cleaner, and a much better overall camping experience!