We stayed here 9 days over a 2 week period. The first visit was a pull thru, the second a back-in. Both sites were level concrete pads. Hook-ups were well placed. I liked a previous reviewers suggestion to use 2 water pressure regulator gauges - pressure is dangerously high. The park was full on the weekends, plenty of availability weekdays. The internet was great for streaming on the weekdays, not as good on weekends. We did check one other park in the area. Sundermeier offers better shelter from the wind, but probably has more road noise. And the occasional train overhead. And great walking access to the park & trail area along the very nearby Missouri.
A Zero Rating would be better than a 1 if possible. We're usually happy with RV parks, but this one was horrendous! (Its almost completely concrete as an FYI) When checking in at the office, they had over-booked the sites in their "park!" With no apology, and unbeknownst to us, they crammed us into a site with another RV! We were shocked to see that 2nd RV, a huge rig, when we came back from an errand! With no alternative, we stayed one nught but next day asked for a refund for the remaining days. Again the owner made no apology for their over-booking. They're clearly out to take your money over keeping customers happy. Would NEVER staythere again!
In our opinion, this is one of the better RV Parks we have visited in our first year of full-time RV travel. While there wasn't a pool, all of the sites were concrete. The roads are paved and penty of space for an RV, car dolly, and car. The RV Park in on an approach corridor to the STL airport, but the planes were high enough that they do not bother you. We enjoyed our stay and will come back if we are in the neighborhood.
We had never been to this RV park before. It is clean and well kept. The water pressure is 100psi, so YOU WILL NEED A PRESSURE REGULATOR. We felt very safe while staying at the park. The only down side is that unless you have a noise maker, you will hear the trains and the airplanes that pass by.
This RV park was used because 370 Lakeside was closed this season due to flooding. This is the first time we stayed at this park and it will be the last. Pros: Level concrete pads for both RV and patio, picnic tables, grass areas around the sites, short distance to highways, although far distance to attractions and restaurants in town, nice dog park ½ mile away. Cons: Flooded every time it rained. Very expensive, especially considering it has no cable and very poor wi-fi. 100 psi water pressure requiring you to use a regulator and buy one if you don't already have one. First site I was assigned had backed up sewer and when I tried to empty my black tank, it went all over the ground. No fire pits or fires allowed in sites. Directly underneath airport flight pattern and nearby train tracks make it a very noisy park. Narrow streets to get in and out of park make driving difficult and sometimes dangerous. The park offers Good Sam discounts and has a weekly rate with the 7th night free, but it still makes it a very expensive park, considering what you get for your money. This is a city style park and is not country camping. We have been on the road for almost three months traveling around the country and besides the parks at Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks which are major tourist attractions that command high prices in the rv parks around them, this is the most expensive park we have stayed in our entire trip. With no cable and very poor wi-fi that cuts in and out repeatedly knocking you off, this park, in my opinion, is worth about $35 per night.…