Park Features & Amenities
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
OK for overnite stay – restrooms/showers unexpected nice surprise
Most recent stay was overnight July 7th 2017 We camp in a Little Rig "Tear Drop” style RV only 15' long w/o toilet or shower ~ plus we like to eat outdoors using the picnic table and set up our dining canopy for sun and weather protection and thus rely on condition of campgrounds facilities and being nearby our site ~ so our critique is focused in that area.
We did get close to the restroom/shower building – across the roadway from our site#12. The building was newly built with modern fixtures. Restrooms and showers are all in same large room separated by stalls with communal sink area in the open. Showers are full tiled floors and walls, with ample hooks and adjacent changing area with portable stool in a private stall. Missing is a rubber floor mat as you exit the shower that would keep your feet off the wet floor. At the communal sink area, missing are convenience items like paper towels that could be used to help clean up after use – very messy and also need hooks between the mirrors for your hand towels and small shelves for your toiletries stuff.
Over all the camp was well groomed and tidy, with all level sites, a sparkling swimming pool, mini golf, kid’s playground etc. Our site was a W&E only but the camp had a nice dump station adjacent to the restroom/shower building. The roadways are paved as are some sites, while others were gravel and grass mixed. There is some grass covered greenspace between sites, not as tight or crowded as a KOA for example, but still narrow. Some sites like ours were in the hot sun with no tress for shade, while others had ample shade. It rained heavy during our stay for about 2 hours and our site had poor drainage leaving muddy pools of standing water although the sun helped to dry it up somewhat. This was an overnight stay camp for us; for others it might a destination because of activities and the fishing in the river that backs the camp. Also City of Frankfort isn’t far away and there are things to do and places to visit if you’re planning a vacation in the area.
Very clean and quiet
Overnight just to rest and get out of the rain during our travel. Nice quiet park! A bit tight, but nice!
Small and Tight
A bit disappointed upon arrival. The full hook up spaces were extremely small and squashed together. There were larger ones on the perimeter but they seem to be taken by regulars or extended stay. Seems to be geared toward families and kids. Can have bigger spots if you don?t want sewer. We were not told this. Very poor dog park/walk area.
One of the Best
We have been RV Parking for well over a year and this is one of the best campgrounds we have ever visited. Period
Have stayed often. Management is VERY accommodating. Lots to see and do in the area.
Be sure to call for reservations.
Great place for children
SUPER place. has all amenities geared for children. We are taking the grandchildren there for a month this year.
One Of Our Favorites
We really enjoyed our stay at Elkhorn. The staff was extremely friendly and the check in process was efficient The entrance to the park is narrow and the layout can be a little tricky for a large rig but the roads are nicely paved. Our site was gravel and level with a wood deck for our picnic area and a grass yard. There are paved sites available. The hookups were good with good water pressure. The trees make for lovely shaded campsites but they interfered with our satellite TV. The park has cable TV but we didn't take advantage of it. There are a lot of organized activities for adults and children along with a nice playground. This park is one of our favorites and we would definitely camp there again. We camped in a fifth wheel.