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The site is nice once you get backed in but it’s very difficult to back into, almost impossible at night. The cross slope requires 3 or 4 of those plastic spacers. It has a common drive with the adjacent site
The campground is gorgeous and you get a great lake view and access. There are full bathrooms and spacious lots.
Nice place well stocked store. Close to gas and food but nothing really stands out except for the highway noise.
Very nice campground. Each RV site is equipped with a fire pit, gas grill, table, chairs and umbrella. Campground is very clean and quiet. They serve an amazing weekend breakfast at a very low price. Whether you are here overnight or for a few days, you will not be disappointed.
A city maintained park in Lincoln Kansas with 30 and 50 amp plugs, dumping station, and a nice park next door. And $20! 😀
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I visited the lake Wednesday/Thursday before 4th of July (Sunday) while passing through out west. Had difficulty find a place for a 6x10 cargo conversion camper. Most areas are muddy after rain. Overall quiet but expect locals to be in and out during summer months letting in kayaks and fishing.…
Stayed here for a couple nights, its a nice campground but fairly busy with close proximity to Manhattan and Fort Riley as well as the ORV park. Predominantly RV campers and off road rigs. We were able to snag a drive up tent spot and had no neighbors which was nice and relaxing.
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Stopped here on my way through Kansas towards Colorado. The park was nearly empty on a Sunday night, so I got a nice lakefront site with no one else around for $14.
Only complaint is that the camp attendant wasn't there, so I had to pay for the campsite online. But cell coverage was decent.
Covered pavilion with a view of the lake. We happened on it thru Dyrt on our way out to Yellowstone and it fit our needs exactly. Close to I-70, but you felt away from everything. Highly recommend.
Convenient location along I-70 meant lots of highway noise. My kids loved the ping pong, basketball, inflatable jump pad, old metal playground and outdoor pool. Mosquitos were bad at dusk and dawn. Sites were tight and the standard site we had didn't include a fire ring. Restrooms were clean but…
Had a great time here. Beautiful spot. Trees for hammocks. Access to the water. Safe cove of water away from boats. Big area. Near trails
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Camped and fished here many times and enjoyed it every time I went, primitive camping no electric or water. Has pit toilets and you have to take your trash when you leave. Have camped there from spring to fall
For no frills stop this is really great. Right on the water. We only saw one campsite and it was occupied.
This is a COE campground. Check in with the gate house if you don’t have a reservation. They will have you drive around to pick your site. Many sites are on the banks of the reservoir. Once you pick your site and drop your trailer or gear go back gate house to give them site number and pay.…
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We are traveling in the off season, and found only one other RV in the campground. We enjoyed the solitude and night stars. The amenities are simple, electric and water. For a bathroom or shower, it's a walk to the next campground or marina. There are some hiking trails to enjoy in addition to…