U shaped parking lot. Park area with picnic tables in the middle & one side. No fires. Pets ok. Right next to a river. Gas stations nearby. Good water pressure for filling freshwater tank. Free dump station on site. Very noisy & lots of drive-throughs overnight. A couple homeless people hanging out.
I’m from Kentucky and I know that state by state campgrounds are used for very different reasons. Riverside City Park seems to be an in transit/migrant/out of state worker kind of place. It’s very basic, park it and go. There’s a split rail fence so people won’t park in the grass. There are picnic tables and metal grills and there is shade. It’s in the city so it’s convenient and there’s access to the river. When you go on the City Site look under facilities-find a facility-facility type and features and that will get you to the phone numbers. No reservations, first come. That’s about it. I would not go here for a fun weekend with the family UNLESS you are going to the State fairgrounds right up the road.
We pulled through just to see it because it was a little early in the day to stop(12:30pm)but it was beautifully kept up…green grass, picnic tables, nice and clean and there is a river at the far end with benches!