June 23, 2:17pm - reviewed by Katy Arnold
Stayed 3 days to be near Omaha. Two camping areas, both well shaded, quiet, grassy and the Lakeside loop has a lovely view of the pond. A small marina had a lovely dock with soft serve ice cream and paddle boats. Lots are paved but no patios or anything and the area is not level so some are better than others. Most had electric, only a few were 50 amp. About 10 or so were full hook up. There is a water/dump station near the entrance. Loved the park, it had horse riding, zip lines, an observation tower, tons of walking trails and a restaurant with a bar and deck up the road at the lodge. Very much recommend, although really large rigs may have a tight fit.
July 9, 5:46pm - reviewed by Andy
Great Park, Ok Campground
The park has a lot to do, the campground is just okay, tight spacing small spots, dirty/old bathrooms.
May 3, 4:15pm - reviewed by Mike W
Spent one night in a 34-ft class A with toad.
Very nice park. Undergoing some road work but very drivable. Some nice paved footpaths and boardwalks.
Did some walking. Thought earlier post about car and train noise was nonsense. Then, as it got dark, suddenly started hearing both. Very strange.
No WiFi. Water and sewer at dump station only.
Sites had concrete pads, but pads were surrounded by mud. Otherwise lots of grass. Nice trees.
April 8, 11:13am - reviewed by Katie
Lots To Do
This park has so much to do! Swimming, indoor playground, horse trails, arts & crafts center, movies, toboggan runs...great any time of the year. If you get the right camp sight there is a lot of room all to your self. The only downside is you can hear the highway pretty bad.
September 12, 12:35pm - reviewed by Around the Bend
Very nice park with a lot to do. Good spacing between the paved sites. Good WiFi coverage. Good 4g AT&T.
September 1, 9:06am - reviewed by Little Blue
Beware trains and crossing horns all night..