The RV part of the motel was muddy and in poor condition. Sewer hookups were pipes about 6" to 18" above ground depending on the site--there was no way to drain a holding tank. I was told the elevated openings were for "big rigs." Even the one big Class A, who had trouble getting into the site, couldn't hook up to the sewer. When I asked about a shower, I was told to come across the highway to the motel office to get a key to an empty motel room. Since it was the last room on that wing and was close to the RV parking, maybe it's used for the RV park, but it wasn't offered until I asked. The toilet in that room was dirty. There was an old 5th wheel skirted in like a permanent resident. There are several feet between each utility hook-up so extra-long hoses and electrical cords are necessary unless you park off of the parking pad as I did. This was the most I have ever paid for an RV site that was also the worst. For what they charge, I would expect something much nicer. The woman at the office who checked me in was difficult to understand and didn't understand anything I asked her. I would stay at the rest area out on I-135 if I were ever in the area again rather than stay at this RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For a Class A with a tow vehicle I recommend not even pulling in, as there is no turnaround. Even without toad, it would be tight. Smaller class B's, C's and tent trailers would be fine, but not a very nice campground and very dusty. Managers were friendly, smiley but very hard to understand. We could not stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small campground adjacent to a family owned motel in a small quaint town. Most of the sites are back-in with gravel pads. Some of the sites are pull-thrus with gravel pads for smaller rigs. The sites are typically spaced for a commercial campground. The campground has a small swimming pool across the street at the motel that is available to campers. There are no fire rings or grills at each site and some of the picnic tables are in need of repair or replacement. The positives of this campground are it is quiet and very shady with large mature trees while the negatives are the WI-FI signal is weak and the gnats are terrible especially in the evenings. There are some long term campers in the campground. The owners were friendly and helpful. The campground is located about 4 miles off the interstate, but it is easily accessible. The rate listed is for four persons. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We got the last, and probably least desirable space, next to the store. The other five sites appeared to be long term campers. We were close to the street, but not too much noise. There is quite a bit of traffic that drops off movies and drives around the building to exit. Owners were nice. Site was level and gravel. Park is convenient to downtown Lindsborg, which offers nice shops and restaurants and a rich Swedish heritage. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Only six sites. Behind the store and one site beside it. Great for stopping overnight. We stayed for 5 nights because the KOA in Salina had flooded. People friendly and a good place to park. Convenient to McPherson with a lovely museum. Would stop by again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice place to stay. Owners are friendly. They are expanding the park and will be offering wi-fi in the near future. We have stayed here several times and will again whenever we are in the area. Swedish heritage museum and shopping. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed at this park numerous times since 2004. It is behind a video rental store, but is quiet. All sites are back-in, but are quite ample for our 38 foot 5th wheel and toter. Owners are friendly and helpful. The bath, shower and laundry are new and clean. An additional amenity while you stay, is that you can rent DVD or VHS movies free of charge. Just off I-35, Lindsborg is a Swedish settlement with numerous attractions and events throughout the year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a pleasant "travelers" park for those campers looking for a nightly bargain. The campground is part of the McPherson County Mill Museum. It's open in the winter, weather permitting. We called ahead and the staff saw to it that the gate to the campground was unlocked for us. Other than electric, there are no utilities. Sites are flat and shaded. The park is about 300 meters from the museum complex. A really neat little historic town within a town. Bathrooms were not really clean, but this time of year they are not operational. The campground is about 3 miles from I-135 and easy to get to from the south of town, exit #72. Make time to tour the museum ($2), you'll be glad you did. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.