It's a large asphalt field with hookups. Right next to the highway, very noisy. Half of the business is a trailer park. There are plenty of hookups. Around 6 sewer connections per site. It seems that they just installed sewer drops every four feet or so; so when you park, you'll have 2 or 3 sewer connections UNDER your rig and a couple on each side. Showers and restrooms are decent. They advertise fast Wi-Fi, but we were several rows back from the main office, and had no signal. There appeared to be an additional Wi-Fi antenna on the shower/laundry house which was closer, but it apparently didn't work. No reception. Laundry was terrible. Ended up paying around $12.00 in quarters for a couple loads, but they still barely got dry. Overall, if you're desperate for a place to sleep, then go for it. If you can drive a few more miles, then keep going. The place is huge with plenty of sites, so it's not likely to be full. Most campers seemed to be full-time. Also, the office was closed when we arrived, and closed in the morning. Had to wait until 10 am for them to open so I could pay the outrageous fee and get quarters for the laundry.
Great place to stop for the night; however there were several people staying long-term. It's on the west end of Greensburg, and is owned/operated by the town. Self-registration is in the shower/laundry area. Very clean showers. Full hookup sites, some with 50 amp. Good Wi-Fi that is free (passcode is printed on the registration board).
We stayed one night without a reservation, but it was a weekday. Seemed to be a popular place to stop, and reservations are recommended normally. It really is in the heart of the rockies, with beautiful scenery all directions. Good showers, and Wi-Fi would work at the closer full-hookup sites, but we stayed further back in a W/E only site, so Wi-Fi did not reach. However, they have a lounge room with couches, TV, books, games, etc where we used the free W-iFi. Would come back again!
A very nice secluded park along the Current River. We had a particular site that was just a few steps from the river with our own private sandy beach. No hookups, but it seemed to be generator-friendly, and there is a water spigot centrally located to fill your tanks as needed. We just stopped for one night, but it appeared to be a popular camping destination. Self-registration center; $14.00 a night.
Great place to stop for the night. Not a weekend destination. Good water pressure, electric, plenty of level sites. Easy self-registration; only $8.00 a night. Can't beat that! The town also has Wi-Fi that costs $2.50 for 24 hours use.