When I called this campground to get the nightly rate and physical address for them, I was quoted $28 ($25 Good Sam's rate). When we arrived we were informed that the rate was $38 a night and no Good Sam's rate! When I questioned why they weren't honoring the rate quoted over the phone I was informed that it was the same thing as if we'd been "quoted a $37 rate over the phone for a motel and got there and were charged $101 a night, we'd have to pay it." We informed them that NO we did not have to pay it, and we'd leave and we did! Had they honored the rate quoted to us, we'd have stayed there the two nights we were scheduled to since it was a small but clean little park. Because they failed to honor a quoted price or even reach a reasonable half way point we gave them a 1 rating. Had they done so it would have been much higher I'm sure. We will not return to this park. We went on to Scottsbluff and found a nice little campground for $15 a night! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park for an overnight stop. The owners friendly dog came out to greet us and when walking up to the office, another park guest came out and greeted us. Very friendly place! The sites appear to be a back in, but they allow guests to drive across the grass behind the site, making it a pull through. Lush grass and nice landscaping on the park grounds. The only downside is no cable. Highly recommended for overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a lovely little campground...very well maintained, level sites, full hookups convenient. The sites are side by side but there is more than ample room for slideouts. It is on the west side of town at the intersection of Rt. 2 and 385 within a short distance of the rail yards. Since we have found few parks that aren't close to railroad tracks, we didn't mind the noise. The owners couldn't have been nicer or more informative as there are some museums and attractions worth the 3 night stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is by far the nicer of the the two parks in the town. Alliance is a major rail center with constant freight train traffic. The yards are on the East side of town. This park is on the West edge of town. There is still some train noise but not bad. It is a clean and well-maintained place. The pads are side-by-side sharing a common utility pedestal so you might have a close neighbor. You might have to back in if the ground is wet/soft but otherwise you can pull through over the grass. The owners are as nice as can be. Some travelers come through Alliance to see the famous Carhenge site which replicates Stonehenge using buried automobile and truck bodies. The site is just a couple of miles out of town on the East side. There is also a nice park in town with a pretty fountain and a museum. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground was very quiet. Not near any major highway, yet was very easy to get to. We stayed just one night. The employees were very friendly but seemed a little confused about activities in the area. This was a older park so the large trees were very nice. Not a large park so we were concerned about not having a reservation but they were able to accommodate us nicely. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We'd give this clean, pretty campground a 10 except that the sites are really close together. The sign is hard to see, we found it by spotting the other RVs from the road. However, it's a great overnight stop. Sites are level, grass is green, flowers just coming out and lovely. Owners/managers very nice, very helpful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I had called ahead and stated the length of my rig. The owner said it would fit but the swing room to get into the site was not adequate. Low tree branches, large boulders and railroad ties funnel you into very narrow sites.Sites are side by side and slides almost touch. Owner has dogs and kennels and grass was full of dog excrement. Very repugnant. Signage is right in the drive way so it is difficult to see until almost too late to turn in. I would be desperate before staying here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Signage to campground good. Limited space to park and register. Owner friendly and efficient. Please note only take cash or check. Lovely small campground with well maintained flat gravel pull-thrus sites with full services. Electricity solid and water pressure good. No other infrastructure on site. Some highway and railway noise but excellent for an overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice little park right on Hwy. 385. Some train noise from a nearby staging station but not enough to be a problem. No restrooms available but park is being upgraded. Each station has it's own electrical feed so you aren't dropped from a neighbors usage. Sites 1 & 2 are back ins but in my opinion were the best sites. You don't have neighbors right next to you as most sites are side by side hookups. These sites allowed a small grass strip between with some small shade trees. We enjoyed our stay here and would definitely stay again. Park is pretty laid back and cash or checks are the method of payment as they don't take credit cards. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean little RV Park on US-385 in Alliance. Was convenient on our way up to S. Dakota. We'd stay here again. No restrooms yet, the owners are still working on the park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Only suitable for an overnight stop and I think the only reason to be in Alliance would be if you're visiting Carhenge. Scruffy but friendly staff. Nice indoor swimming you can use if wanted, plus good Wi-Fi. Overpriced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They advertise as being able to accommodate big rigs; we just barely fit in the site with a 32' trailer. They have the wrong fitting on their cable connections and charge you $5 for a deposit on the adapter. The showers are in a locker room type situation for the motel's indoor pool and are locked from 10pm to 8am. There is no place to put your soap/shampoo/etc in the shower. I would describe them as "minimal" at best. They were clean, though. Getting to the RV sites with a big rig would be interesting. If you are passing through from Hwy 385, you will drive through town on a bumpy road. All in all, I would take a pass on this place next time through. OK for a night... sorta. Price reflects Passport America rate. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here one night (Labor Day) and had a FHU site with cable TV (60+ channels) and in RV, free WI-FI (a bit slow and got kicked off a couple times) at PPA rate. As noted by others, this is a plain park attached to a small motel. Except for the WI-FI, the facilities were fine. I must agree with some of the earlier reviewers who mentioned the train noise. Alliance is a rail center for coal trains going to and from WY and we there there on a busy night. The property is on a "V" shaped piece of land between 2 roads on the east side of town that get heavy traffic first thing in the morning. This was one of the few times I have had my sleep disturbed all night by trains and road traffic in the morning. While the park was fine for an overnight stay, the possible noise could bother many folks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in this campground for one night as we were passing through during BRAN 2010. I actually called ahead and made a reservation a couple months before so getting a spot was not a problem. The office personnel were friendly both times. The campground was okay but it could have used a little attention. My daughter and I had a good time in the pool but was disappointed that the hottub was not working. Overall the campground worked well for what we needed, and it was right on Hwy 2. We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK, this is not a luxury RV park, campground, etc. But it was generally quiet, at least until the neighbors started to go to work at about 6AM. We bailed out of here, due to very high winds and were happy we did. At Passport America rates this was a fair deal. Trees were stressed and small, there's no grass, and it's not particularly clean. Site are dirt/gravel but level. At $34 per night, it's way too expensive! This is a fine place to stay for a night, but not for a vacation! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We felt we had to review this campground because the previous review was so negative. We got Passport rates and found this park to be a good value for the money. The noise was minimal. The trains run nearby but never blew their whistles. We would describe the noise as a gentle rumbling. The traffic noise was high at times but not while we were sleeping. We sleep with windows open so would have noticed it. The Wi-Fi worked well from our site. The owners/managers were friendly and helped us find local attractions. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We used our Passport America so the rate was 1/2 off. This has the be the noisiest campground I have ever stayed in ever. The trains went on all night long. Then the garbage truck had to make his run at 6:30 AM and had to shake the container at least 10 times and then slam it to the ground for a finale`. They did have a nice pool and a hot tub (set at 94 degrees). The showers were nice but the noise was a deal breaker. Do not stay here unless you are hearing impaired or can sleep thru 100's of train whistles and engine noise during the night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice straightforward camp. Pull through was adequate and all services worked besides the wi-fi. We were told wi-fi was available but weren't able to access no matter where we went in the park (or in the hotel). Carhenge is 3 miles due north on Hwy 87 and a must see. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park, easy in and easy out. Only 30 amp available. Some shade trees. Wi-Fi ws spotty, can use it in the pool lounge area. Washer/dryer area was clean, $1.50 wash and $1.00 dry. Nice area with some attractions. Carhendge is 13 miles north on US 385. Will stay here again when we go fulltime. We camped here in a Motorhome.