December 5, 2020 - reviewed by C&M Woods
We camped here in early December. No neighbors, except for locals who were super-good about noise and respect. Upon entering, there is a kiosk with trail maps for hiking, biking, or running. We walked in the late afternoon and thoroughly enjoyed seeing beaver sign near the river, deer feeding in the nearby meadows, and enormous stacks of baled hay. It is within a few minutes walk to town.
No facilities, but a lovely spot to end a long day on the road.
July 1, 2020 - reviewed by Tira Alvar
Very nice area. There is a lot of space. You can pretty much park where you want. If you're luckily you might get a picnic table.
Bathrooms are closed due to Covid-19 right now but if you're self contained you're good.
I also have Verizon 4G and full bars here if you are looking for cell service.
The locals drive through all the time. My husband counted 32 cars from 430 until 9 pm.
And we discovered there was an event for the weekend and the Fairgrounds came and took the picnic tables. Haha
Still a great place just be prepared.
September 3, 2017 - reviewed by Joe
Camping provided by the County near the fairgrounds. Donations accepted. Well patrolled by the Sheriff's deputies. Huge cottonwood tress with some sites along the river. 1 3/4 miles of trails. Great boondocking with mule deer and pheasants in the alfalfa field. We were stopping for the night, but ended up staying three nights. Only two other campers, but the locals use it for a swimming hole.