I have camped here before when it was a Passport America Park. The sites are large, level and gravel. The electricity is both 50 and 30 amp and the needle stayed in the green on my meter the whole time. The price reflects the AAA discount. I stayed here because it was listed as a PA park. The discontinued it in December. I will not stay here again because of that. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A good overnight park right off I-80. Good internet, pull throughs on gravel, shaded. The only negatives may be drive by dump station, 30 amp, and within 1000 feet of trucks on I-80. Cannot beat the price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Disappointing to say the least. Park entrance and building look like an abandoned site, campground roads are not level and need repairing, park itself is unkempt, and RV spaces (gravel) are not level. Park office does not open until noon daily; hence, if you should arrive early, you wait. There is no lighting in park at night. Could be a nice park if some manual labor were put into it. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice little park just off the I-40 with shaded sites, a nice pool, shop, book swap and a nice little bar used by the campsite and locals. There's also a 9 hole golf course right next door but you need to have your own clubs. Very friendly owners and would definitely stay again if I was passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Close to I-40. Gas station at same exit for easy fueling. Friendly staff. Small pub in registration building, as well as a few groceries and cold drinks. Nice swimming pool. Easy pull through with 2 assigned spots Would stop again for an overnighter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly hosts. Check-in was excellent. Overnight stop. Not a lot of other folks in the park so actually using two sites to create a pull-through. Otherwise there are a lot of the sites that would be bumper-to-bumper. Interior and entrance roads need a lot of work. Most sites are pretty level. Lots of shaded sites but also have sites where you can get satellite (if need make sure you let them know). Sites in the back of the campground overlook the golf course. There is a driving range that you can walk to. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
You could not ask for a nicer couple to deal with. The park was immaculate, well groomed, clean and shady. It is right off the freeway with easy access which is a good thing when you need a nights stay while traveling. We would definitely stay there again if traveling that way. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is just a one night stop on your way to nicer places. Check-in was pleasant. They no longer honor Passport America as per a hand written note on the door. Sites are close together. We hope we do not have to stay here again. Wi-Fi is good. Local TV channels are very limited. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The storms were building up on I-80 and we were seeking refuge. This RV park was better than we expected. The roads into it were fine abd the sites were level and more than adequate with some nice views. We were in a fringe time of year so there weren't many RVers so this made it nice. During the high season, however, it looks like they pack them in bumper to bumper which may not be so good. Nice hosts. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived in the dark and were desperate for a place with electricity, so at that point it didn't really matter what the park was like. By light of day, though, it was better than we expected. It's an older park with gravel sites and not much room between them, but it was clean enough. I'm not ranking it higher because of the noise due to its proximity to the freeway and the fact that the restroom/shower facilities had no lock on the door. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice people with great views of lake, rolling hills, and the adjoining golf course, which was in great shape, so bring you clubs. Only problem is study how to drive to your sight, as they do not escort you and about 50% of us get lost to varying degrees, it is kind off like a maze. All solid gravel and wide turns unless you become lost. It was so calming here we stayed for 3 days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very clean park with well maintained grounds & exemplary service. When we arrived at 3 in the afternoon, it was hot & humid. We were only here for the night so we remained hooked up to the truck. After we got set up, we discovered that we had no power. We checked and rechecked the circuits & found them to be in working order. We went to the office to ask for information for an electrician. The owner came over to our camp and after double-checking everything, he discovered that it was our plug. He called the Ace Hardware in York to make sure they had a plug & even provided transportation to go pick it up so that we would not have to unhook our tow vehicle! Then he even installed the plug himself and wouldn't accept any payment for all his trouble. We would definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent one night en-route to Wyoming. The rate reflects the CampClub USA rate. The bathrooms were very clean. The pool was crystal clear and the water was very refreshing. There were about 10 rigs on the night we stayed. The grounds were meticulously maintained. The washers and dryers did a great job. The owner was very friendly. Although the highway was close by, it didn't disturb us. When summer thunderstorms were looming, I was really glad they had a storm shelter, although we didn't have to use it. I would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Several shady spots in this park. Wi-Fi was very good. Picked up about 12 over the air stations on the TV, but 4 were foreign language. Pool was not open due to storm the night before, but didn't affect us. Young lady was very cheerful at check in. The passport America rate for us was $13.50 and that was 50 amp, but we chose to save a couple of bucks and use the dump on our way out. There is some interstate noise, but not that bad with A/C running. There is a lake close by and a 9 hole golf course. You can see some corn fields from the park. Great for an overnight or a few days. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is a good stopping point if traveling from Colorado to eastern Nebraska or Iowa. It's just south of I-80, so there is some freeway noise, but we didn't find it bothersome. It is an older park, but is pleasant, with grass and mature trees, and a picturesque golf course next door. Picnic tables were peeling paint. There is a storm shelter, consisting of a huge buried pipe...not particularly pretty but we imagine serviceable in the event of a tornado. We checked it out since the skies were very dark and menacing but luckily didn't have to take shelter! There is a Wal-Mart Super Center in York, about 7 miles west. Office staff was very pleasant and friendly. Our rate reflected our Camp Club USA discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Old buildings for campground well kept; only about 6 units in the park when we stopped as it was about to close. Bar available, but not food. Must drive to other services; very near golf course; convenience was the reason to stop, not at location for other services, including fuel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were told they were not accepting PA because they only had 2 sites left for the night. Interesting, we didn't read that in their PA requirements. We went ahead and stayed here because of the good reviews. However, when we got here, there there were a lot of sites still available. There are a lot of construction people staying here, doing work in the area and we were put next to one that was apparently the "party" trailer. We knew we had trouble when people started coming over with 12 packs. Finally at 1:00 am we called the emergency number and got no answer. The campground is fine at best. Mostly mowed weeds and pretty dusty. This was a bad experience for us and we will not return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A few hundred yards from I-80, in this case, not a plus. Bring earplugs. Sites are muddy, not level, interior roads full of potholes. Staff/owner not exactly friendly. Onsite bar/liquor sales, seems to cater to staff! Would not stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park but it is hard to see how reviewers can give it a 9 or 10 rating. Many of the long pull-thru sites are actually two sites and the site next door shares the utility station. As long as the place is not crowded, no problem. The interior roads and sites are packed gravel and in good repair. Lots of freshly mowed green grass. Mature trees throughout the park but not so many as to interfere with satellite reception. Strong Verizon air card signal. Nice pool. Miniature golf course but it is not swept clean of debris falling from nearby trees. The office shares space with a bar. 9-hole golf course adjacent to the park. Right off the Interstate in a rural setting. At the Passport America rate, I would stay overnight but I would hesitate to stay here at the full price. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Less than a quarter mile from I-80. Level, gravel, partially shaded sites with good satellite reception. WiFi was good. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. Pool well utilized, also has a mini golf course. Price reflects Passport America discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Long pull throughs, wide grassy spaces between sites, picnic tables, play area for kids, bar for adults (local hangout), pool, laundry, and all clean and tidy: what is there not to like? The restrooms and showers were excellent and very clean. Roads are gravel, but well maintained. The only negative is that it's close to the freeway: but it's used mostly be freeway travelers so that's a positive. The freeway noise didn't bother us, and as most campers are tired after a day on the road, there are probably few late night parties. Plus it takes Passport America so we really paid about $13. If this was next to a national park instead of between I-80 and a cornfield, people would rave over it and it would be booked a year in advance. We stayed three nights and management could not have been easier to work with. The only drawback is the office does NOT open until noon, but it is open until 10PM. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground is neat and clean, very convenient to I-80. Sites and roads are gravel. Campground was not busy, so we were given two back-to-back sites to use as a pull-through so we did not have to unhook. Restrooms were clean. There was a nice pool and playground for children. We stayed here one night on our way west. With tornado warnings in the area, we were glad the campground had a large storm shelter, but we did not have to use it. Highway noise would be aggravating on a longer stay. We would stay here again for an overnighter. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We spent several weeks in this campground and were very pleased at the overall experience. Park was well maintained and everything worked. Has a nice laundry room, clean restrooms and showers. Pool looked brand new and was great. All roads and sites had new gravel and even after heavy rains, was not a problem. Lots of trees but they have open sites if you have a roof mounted satellite antenna. We will stop here again when we are in area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice place for and overnight stay. Has very clean restrooms and showers. Good gravel roads and sites. I had a good WiFi connection. Plenty of grass between sites. Pet friendly with plenty of good walking areas. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park was OK, staff was friendly. Only negative thing was the Wi-Fi. So slow that it was almost useless. We were traveling behind a bad storm so keeping an eye on the weather maps was important. We had to rely on TV which was not giving us the information we needed. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
OK for an overnight stay, especially with Passport America. Has good access from I-80, with lots of room but interior roads are deteriorating badly. My site was way in the back, but still noisy from nearby I-80: showed signs of rutting from prior rains, could become very muddy. But for what it is: an overnight stay while driving through, it's a good deal especially with Passport America. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice overnight stop. Rather unusual way of space arrangement (we were in site 73). Almost like parallel parking, but don't know how you'd get out if they put someone in front of you. They did have regular pull through sites also. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A good overnight stop: but vastly over-rated by Trailer Life, which is common if you buy a big ad. Also over-rated by some on this web site, which is quite unusual. Maintenance is overdue: grass needs to be mowed, mini-golf is in disrepair, some roads (ours especially) need ruts filled and gravel added. It would be muddy at our site if it rained. The park needs a general litter pick-up. But it has good points. It's close to I-80, but there is not much noise. Wi-Fi at the site works fine. There are shade or sun sites available. Most sites are level. There is a nice golf course next door. There are few long-term residents, but the ones that are here need to clean up their sites. We would use again as a one night stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Long pull throughs, wide grassy spaces between sites, picnic tables, play area for kids, bar for adults (local hangout), pool, laundry, and all clean and tidy -- what is there not to like? Roads are gravel and probably muddy when wet. The only negative is that it's close to the freeway -- but it's used mostly be freeway travelers so that's a positive. The freeway noise didn't bother us, and as most campers are tired after a day on the road there are probably few late night parties. Plus it takes Passport America so we really paid about $13. If this was next to a national park instead of between I-80 and a cornfield people would rave over it and it would be booked a year in advance. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A good spot for an over night. It is close to I-80 (some might think a little too close.) There are long fairly level pull through sites with some shade. There are clean restrooms and showers and a nice refreshing pool. We will definitely stay again. We used Passport America for $14 rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a nice campground for traveling. We pulled off after a long day on the road and found the campground clean and the staff very nice. We enjoyed the swimming pool and used the laundry. All were clean. Our only complaint was the proximity to I-80 gave us some highway noise. Overall, it was good for a quick stop. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Fairly nice campground but it could use some work. The interior roads are narrow and have quite a few ruts in them. The sites are wide and long but several are not real level. I also noticed a lot of road noise from I-80 but with the A/C running it was fine. If you're over 40' with a tow this is very tight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you like a beer-swilling bar with RV hookups, this is the place for you. The put-put course is nothing but rotting wood and rotting outdoor carpet. The interior roads are nothing but pot-holed cow paths. The RV sites are nothing but un-level gravel pits. But the "best" part of this place is the on-site liquor store that caters especially to the owners/hosts as well as the locals. The drunker the host got, the ruder he was. If you like to get plowed and make lots of noise, this is the place for you, If you're driving West, keep going to Henderson. If you're driving East, keep going to Lincoln. Camp-a-Way in Lincoln is great. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were just here overnight, but liked the campground and would stay here again. The only negatives in our view are the lack of 50 amp sites for Passport America (not a huge problem unless we need to run the AC and the microwave at the same time, which we didn't) and the road noise from the interstate, which we found to be significant. Maybe it depends on where you're parked and which way the wind is blowing, since others haven't had a problem. We asked for a site with a view of the sky to accommodate our internet satellite dish and got one with no problem. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We called ahead and made a reservation under Passport America. When we arrived, we were informed that we could not get a 50 amp site with PA. The listing in the PA directory does not say that. Some PA parks charge $2.00 or $3.00 extra for 50 amp and we were willing to pay that, but were not given that option. They put us in a fairly nice site with large shade trees. Unfortunately, because of the trees, we couldn't get satellite TV and could only get one channel with the regular antenna. The WIFI does work very well. Most of the sites are large pull-thrus and it does seem like a nice park. The only problem for us is the 50 amp situation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good place to stop overnight near Lincoln. The campground is far enough away from I-80 that road noise isn't a major issue. Laundry facilities are in need of repair and upgrading. A great value for Passport America members. We'll stop here again for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very nice campground for our overnight stay. It is situated next to a golf course and even offers mini-golf (for a small fee) for campers. Spent most of the time in the pool which was warm and clean. Afterward it was fun to watch the toads having a late night snack near the General Store. Would rate it higher but we did not use all the facilities. We would stay again for sure. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice, big park but not near any city. Rate paid was Passport America. There is a golf course adjacent to the park. The pool and playground area looked good. There is also miniature golf for an additional charge. This is the kind of place you hope to find for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A clean friendly campground among countryside fields. Golf course available next door. Although just off I-80, for the most part no interstate truck noise is noticed. Close to York and only a half hour or so from Lincoln. Office opens at noon. We enjoyed our stay at this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent a week here on our way to visit relatives in Kansas (price is weekly rate). Park was OK with friendly staff and necessary needs. Park is right next to a golf course and while it was cheap, it was also the most challenging course I have ever played. You have a choice, fairway or rough that is up to your knees. No other options, and the fairways were extremely narrow and only two greens can be see from the tee box. The greens however were great. We would stay here again. Woodalls list this park in York, but the actual address is Waco and it's right on I-80. York has plenty of shopping including a Wal-Mart and it's only 7 miles west. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful, lots of shade, nice store, small bar, playground, nice bathrooms, nice private showers, fantastic swimming pool, right next to great golf course easy I-80 access, quiet, close to truck stop/ restaurant, 6 miles from Super Walmart, We camped here in a Travel Trailer.