I loved this place! I don’t mind trains, but if you do, bring earplugs! $20! Cement pad, large lots, easy in easy out 4 PM leave time! You can stay all day, swim, hike fish, go to Dairy Queen!
Posted Jun 03, 2019 by Hermine from Tacoma WA. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
Water and electric hookup 50/30, dump station, very nice little RVing Park. Shelf registration at entrance (fill out envelope and put in Dropbox. 4 pull through for 35 ft or longer. All others are back-inns (20). $20 a night, check out by 4pm. Boating and hiking trail’s very close by on the Mississippi River.
Posted Jul 22, 2018 by Jacob from Pendleton, IN. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
Great campground, we've stayed here twice on 2 separate occassions. One in April and got a spot to plug in ($20) cuz it was winter yet and then the next time we came it was nice enough to not need a plug in so we camped for free in the parking lot next to the campground. Apparently that's okay because we talked to someone who was there for 3 days prior and said you can as long as you don't use their facilities. Yes the train is right next to the campground but honestly we slept through it! Very nice area, quiet other than the train.
Posted Jun 01, 2018 by chainsawcarver from WI and MO. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
I don’t know why this place gets 4 Stars. Sure it’s clean and well kept but being woke up two or three times by the train horns makes this an almost impossible place to get some sleep. I won’t be back here. I made the mistake of paying for five days only to hear the train going by and blowing its horn on my way back to the motorhome. I understand why they blow the horn. What I don’t understand is why someone thought it was a good idea to put an RV Park right next to busy train tracks.
Posted May 18, 2018 by Timothy from Illinois . This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.