Rate is with national senior pass discount. This is part of the COE complex at Big Hill Lake. Great park, clean and quiet during our visit. Staff and camp hosts are very friendly and helpful. Very slightly rolling terrain, good for walking. Mound Valley side of park (across the lake) is mostly 30A/water sites, on same side with swim beach and boat launch. Cherryvale side is 50/30A/W/S sites. A few sites will take some leveling, power is steady. Water pressure was a little low for our tastes, but certainly workable. Verizon phone/MiFi card worked fine. Would have given a 10 on this one if they provided Wi-Fi. Town is about 5 miles away, couple of restaurants and a nice grocery store. Be wary of GPS directions in here, better to follow the park's directions and signage. Several hard packed dirt county roads in the area, but you can reach the park without going off asphalt. Good bird watching. Several areas for fishing and a hiking trail. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have a satellite dish on the roof for internet and DirecTV. The only sites that would work for us are 89 and 90. All other site are lovely wooded sites but very tree-filled lake edges, so no big open views of the lake, except for the sites 1-8 loop for tents. Heavy use for boaters. The Cherryvale Campground has only wooded sites or clearer w/o electric. 89 and 90 are the only sites w/e/sewer. $10 is the Senior Pass fee. Normal fee is double or a little more. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice COE Park. We were in a full hook-up site which was away from the lake but that was OK. We were told that even though we had reservations for this site, we could look around and move if we wanted to in order to get closer to the lake. Seen deer wondering around right after getting set up. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We like this campground. It is like an Ozark area in Kansas. Sites are not close together and very shaded. Some sites are on the water and we can leave our boat on a portable dock in the cove. Camp hosts are friendly and patrol the area twice a day as do the Labette County Sheriff's dept. The area is clean and we enjoy the wildlife of deer that pass through the campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for two weeks while visiting relatives. We got one of the two sites with a sewer hookup. The site was beautiful and spacious. There was a table, BBQ, and fire pit and plenty of dead wood laying around for a fire. The only down side was the sewer connection was on the opposite side from the water and electric. There was a sewer site on that side but it was glued shut and unusable. Their rules only allow a 14 day stay and that is too bad. In the whole two weeks we only had someone else in the other site for two nights. The price reflects the golden age card which allows for half price. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The paved part of many of the sites was a little narrow and required some care in backing in but the campsite itself was spacious and not too close to its neighbors. We have a 30 ft class A. Most sites had electric, only two had water and sewer. There were many sites with beautiful lake views and close lake access, most had lots of trees. The restrooms were not very close to the site and the women's was locked when we were there so can't comment on them. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.