There are 90 RV sites situated amongst tall, old cottonwood trees. The trees provided welcome shade during our stay but made it a little bit difficult to get full satellite service. During our stay the trees were "snowing" cotton heavily each day as well as dropping a little bit of sap! Roads and sites are dirt/gravel with some grass, a concrete patio and a picnic table. We had site #64, a nice pull through on the end of a group of sites.
Amenities include laundry, restrooms/showers, wifi, playground, recycling. We got good 4G Verizon signal using our own internet service. There are also a few large tent sites and some cabins for rent.
There is a pretty irrigation ditch running through the park, as well as a pond. Some of the RV sites are situated near the pond, very pretty. The park sits a couple of blocks off of busy Hwy 135, but does get a little road noise from it during the day. It is very quiet at night.
This was a very nice park, the only drawback being the sap falling from the cottonwood trees. Luckily it washes off with a little elbow grease. It is probably only a problem at this time of year. If in the area, we'd likely stay here again.
|One of the large tent sites.|
|Cottonwood lined road through the park.|
|Cabins for rent.|
|The pond covered with cotton!|