May 3, 2021 - reviewed by JnD
Beautiful time of year to be here. Abundant wildflowers on the lake trail. Stopped in because we were tired of fighting the 25-30 mph headwind and are glad we did. Big, beautiful, well kept park. Water is here, but it is behind the sites and some are a ways away. Look for the 12” plastic lids. Water pressure is high, so use a pressure reducer of some kind.
January 2, 2020 - reviewed by Wondering Duncan's
Very pretty area. Wish there was some type of water on the park for paying $15.00.
November 10, 2019 - reviewed by Sam
We just pulled in and it’s $15 a night for the Rv spots according to multiple signs.
December 19, 2018 - reviewed by App User
Lovely Quiet Spot
Stayed here 4 nights. They allow 4 nights in every 30 days. There are 5 sites on the waterfront, all with electrical hookups. Restroom with showers about a 200m walk from the sites. Dump station without water 100m from sites. Playground for kids. A disc golf course runs through the area and there are mountain bike trails circumnavigating the lake. And best of all, it's free. Busy spot even during winter.
August 26, 2018 - reviewed by Bryan
I was disappointed to find that since the last time I was here they’ve removed the water lines, so be sure to arrive with water! Fairly level asphalt pads that back up to the small and usually windy Elk City Lake. Picnic area, playground, disc golf course, boat launch, tucked far from any highways or railroads. 4 nights/month stay limit, 3 mi off of I-40. Will definitely stay again. 33’ 5er.