1. Robert McCullough

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    This campground sits between exits 1 and 5 along I-35. Either exit takes you to a bumpy paved road leading to this park that backs up on I-35. With the windows up and air on there is no road noise, but windows open and you can hear some highway noise and a train. The road around the park is paved and the sites are level gravel. There are a variety of site choices but if you want a 50amp spot long enough to park your big rig and toad without unhooking you will need to get a water/electric only site. They were plenty long for our 40ft class A and Jeep but have no picnic table. All sites are full of stickers and goat heads, so beware. There is no WIFI or cable, but sprint 3G and hotspot worked well. We did not get a chance to check out the amenities. Read the rules when you arrive, there are several that will get you kicked out without a refund. It is sparsely treed so no trouble finding open sky for your satellite.

  2. Amelia Cotham

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    Ok for overnight. Road was bad inside campground.

  3. Randy Lachermeier

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    Spent three nights. Located a few miles from the world’s second largest casino. Did allot of geocaching around Lake Kiowa.

  4. Dennis Hill

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    Wonderful place to.stay.

  5. A Google User

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