||This campground was the location of the 2006 National Heavy Duty Truck Rally which we decided to attend at the last minute. If not for the rally, we would never have stayed here as it is just not our cup of tea.
It is right off the highway with a tire center in front (north), a Ford dealership to the west, apartments to the south, and a gravel road and church to the east; there were a decent number of trees, but it was a dusty gravel road campground with concrete pads where rigs are pretty close together; Of course all the heavy duty trucks made it look even tighter :) Full hook-ups with 50/30 amp electric; circuits were overloaded several times and the electric went out often during our stay; dump station available, but not a very good one and not in a good location.
Pretty good laundry facilities and the cheapest machines we have found on the road. There were lots of spots where we could get satellite; they did have a swimming pool; bathhouse was pretty bad; staff was accomodating; website has good information, but it lacks any photos of the campsites - good move on their part :)
This was the type of campground where we would not normally stay - close to a big city, close to highways, and rigs side by side like a parking lot. Under our criteria, it would rate very low. We bumped it up to a 3 because of the full hook-ups, laundry facility, convenience to places we needed to be at the time, and a decent weekly price. Unless we attend another HDT Rally, we will not stay here again. |
Received from Howard for visit in Oct 2006
Site Number: K-7
Stay Again? NO