Was a bit curious about staying at a place that, on the map, was between two towns on a river. This campground was really nice. If you did not want to cook, there are 4 restaurants within 3 blocks of your campsite. And a Cabelas within 4 blocks, so if you forget anything, it’s close by. There are also other stores and restaurants within 5 miles of this campsite.
The nearly full hookups were nice even though we were staying in a tent. The restrooms and showers were nice also.
My only complaint was two things: if the wind is out of the south or southwest, the smell from the Crystal Sugar plant was miserable. And the trains with their horns blaring at 4am was annoying.
Otherwise, I would stay there again, maybe with a camper or tent trailer to drown out the smell and excessive noise.