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Very nice clean well maintained cg on a pretty lake. Modern rest room w showers. Electric at site. Various water spigots throughout. Dump at entrance. Quiet restful picturesque. But the roads getting there are terrible. The west road in is 2 miles of gravel then 3 miles on dirt. Wont make it if it rained. Don't even try. The east entry is 4-5 miles of 5 mph washboard. Tie everything down. 3 bars of at&t. It is such a nice place but I will not return due to poor roads. The $25 cost should be $18. I stayed in a 26' B+ but big rigs will fit.
This park is a nice place to visit during the day, but not a place I would stay over night. Has access to the Cowboy trail which is great for walks, runs, and biking. It is near the highway coming into Norfolk and attracts some strange people typically. This area is also known for a drug deal hotspot.
Let me start with the positives. First if you like fishing and doing your own activities. This is the place for you. We stayed at lake 2, and the campsites are spaced apart well, and all our neighbors were great. We were able to fish, and Kayak in this lake. And the newer part where the beaches are not far. Now if you like being in the middle of nowhere and the quiet. This might not be the place for you. You can here the highway traffic all night, as well as the train going by. Also some of the roads are closed off due roads destroyed, and access can be limited. The lock was broken on the bathroom closest to us, but it was a outhouse anyway.
This was a nice site. Right along the river.
We cooled off in the city pool and had a great time. Rest rooms were nice. We put the pop-up by the river and camped for free.
We took this opportunity to visit the John C Neidhardt Center in nearby Bancroft: http://neihardtcenter.org/
We went to Fremont for John C Fremont days and the camping was all taken. We heard Hooper had camping and went there for a couple nights stay.
There is a City Park with a pool and ball-field and they let you park your camper just about wherever you can. If you park by the picnic shelter you can plug in and they don't care. The pool lets you shower for free and there are flush toilets available throughout the night. The Golf course had a tournament that was very well attended so I assume the golfing is good.
There was no charge for camping.