I stayed here for one night while traveling across NM. It's a small nice place. There are showers and the sites have water and electricity hook ups. The only downside is that there is a feed lot about 1 1/2 miles away. Based on the wind direction, there can be an odor that permeates the air. Otherwise it's a nice place for an over night stay.
I have stayed here twice. It's a large state park on the shores of a reservoir. Sites are level and well spaced. There is little shade but the sites do have shade shelters. The park is about 12 miles from the nearest town. Bath houses have showers and laundry facilities. I camped here in a Class C motorhome.
I have stayed here twice. It is a lovely and well maintained state park. All sites have water and electric. The sites are paved and level. Most have shaded picnic shelters. It is within walking distance to the town and just 2 miles from Colorado National Monument. I highly recommend this state park. We camped here in a class C motorhome for 4 days each time.
I stayed here for an overnight stop while traveling on the Pony Express Highway across northern Kansas. This is a a very nice state park overlooking a reservoir. The sites are well space and have water and electricity. This state park allows some seasonal campers. It is very well maintained. A great stop while visiting north west Kansas.
We stopped for an overnight stay here on our trip north. It looks like a former KOA. It's very well maintain. Sites have full hookups. Site are stone, well spaced, and very level. It's near the highway but we did not notice the sounds. There's several stores and restaurants just 2-3 miles south.
We camped in a Class C motorhome. I would say here again.
We stayed here for one night on our way back north from our Florida stay. The park is less than a mile from the I-95 exit. Most sites are paved, well spaced, and level. Sites have full hook-ups and cable TV. Wifi is also free with a stay. We camped in a Class C motorhome.
It's a well maintained place. I would stay here again.
I stayed here for 3 nights while visiting Nashville. The campground is outside of Nashville near the Grand Ole Opry. Sites are gravel with grass in between. I had a back in site with water and electric. There is a dump station. The showers in the bath house are small, but otherwise it's a nice place. There is a shuttle to and from downtown Nashville that stops at the campground. It's $10 for a round trip and a great way to get into Nashville. I would stay here again.
I stayed here on my way home to New England. It's off I90. The RV park is about 1.5 miles from the Turning Stone Casino. The RV park is very nice. Sites and roads are all paved. It has full hookup sites. There are bath houses on each loop. It has a nice pool. There is a free shuttle to the casino. I stayed here in Class C motorhome. I would stay here again.
I stayed overnight while traveling home from Colorado. This is a nice place to stay. It's right off the highway. Looks like it was a former KOA. The couple who run it are very nice and accommodating. Sites are paved with grass in between. It has full hookups. I stayed here in a class C motorhome.
We have stayed here twice. Our recent stay was for 3 days in early March. The town runs the park. The sites are paved, nicely spaced, and fairly level. All have full hook ups, cable TV and there is free wifi. The bath houses are a bit rustic but usable. The RV park is about 3 miles outside of Fredericksburg, TX. Its is near the airport and sometimes you can hear small planes taking off. Its reasonably priced at $30 per night. They do not take credit cards.