We was traveling through the area and was going to stay for two nights when we arrived there wasn’t any one to assist us and there wasn’t any camp site maps to help find the camp sites we didn’t stay because there is electricity only no water and and owner freshwater tank had a leek so we went over to the KOA
May 3, 2018 - reviewed by Kurt
May 2, 2018
Large campsites, the full hook-up sites are pull-through. Clean bathrooms. Right on a lake (old oxbow of the Missouri River). The only improvement I could suggest is to plant sheltering shrubs between sites.
March 20, 2018 - reviewed by HF1
Great Place For History
Very clean and quiet with several places near water. Nice lewis and clark museum with a boat inside and one on the lake like they used that you could go on and check it out.
August 12, 2017 - reviewed by Holly
Looks really pretty from the KOA across the lake. Didn't call for reservation because this app said 30 ft limit on trailer size. NOT! We went to the park and plenty of rigs were way bigger than 30 feet. Will give it a try on our way home.
July 14, 2017 - reviewed by Russell
My wife and I stayed here and selected a site on the water. Really beautiful! Most the sites on the water we saw were electric only, no water but there were plenty of places in the park to top off the holding tanks before we set up. As one camper mentioned this t was a little crowded on the weekend, but I can see why it's so popular.
June 23, 2017 - reviewed by Stephanie
The only negative thing I can say was it was a bit crowded on a Friday but it was perfect set up every easy to access. Very pretty on a lake. Rangers patrol the area for safety. Perfect spot and very inexpensive. Would stay again but just passing through
May 19, 2016 - reviewed by Esb
Full Hook Up
We pulled in even though campground said full. All sites were reserved for the weekend but since we arrived on weds evening and we're leaving Friday they gave us a spot. Full hook ups for 19$. Beautiful quiet spot on a lake. Great trails all around the park. Worth a stop to stay or just for a picnic. It's about 3 miles off I-29. Great visitor center with a floating replica of Lewis and Clarks expedition boat. Easy access to town with a hometown grocery that met our needs for supplies. Sites mostly level.
We travel with a 25' travel trailer. Lots of 5th wheels and bus type RVs parked with plenty of room.