September 23, 2019 - reviewed by Traveling Twosome
Beautiful Park, But Tough To Find
Worth it. Clean, well-kept Park. Didn’t try the restrooms. Sunset and sunrise were spectacular!
The signage is lacking as the Nebraska Power District doesn’t say on the sign electric at RV sites, (on this side of the lake) but it was there. Wifi was okay too.
June 25, 2019 - reviewed by Tim
Hard To Find But Good
I stayed during the week and it was pretty empty. A great place if you’re looking for peace and quiet other than a KOA and it’s not far off the highway. I’m guessing it gets busier on the weekend. At $38 it is a bit overpriced for just electric but if you like to fish, you can be right on the water. There ifare two state operated campgrounds at the Recreation area. One is primitive the other has electric. You’ll want to look for Kansas Point Campground if you want the electric. My RV GPS took me into a residential neighborhood at first so don’t trust it. It’s very close to CB’s hideaway which is a full hook-up campsite but it’s small and pretty full when I went through. The camp hosts were very nice and the weather was great so all is good. If you look at the map, it’s the campground to the West of the lake.
May 16, 2019 - reviewed by Jason
This area is ok. It cost $30 per night plus a park pass fee ($8 per day for out of state) for electric only. Frontier resort is literally 100yards away and costs the same with full hookups and has dozens of water front sites.
There are no signs telling you where to go, I was at the mercy of some locals. I recommend you stay somewhere else, it’s just too pricey for what you get.
May 24, 2018 - reviewed by Katy Arnold
Waterfront RV Parking
Didn't stay, but drove through to see. Easy in and out. Small state park, the outside lots are mostly waterfront. Gravel lots, not huge. Water available, but not at each lot. Electric available, no sewer or extra amenities. Only s few lots shaded. Fishing peer.