Our experience was not good as their check in system is not very user friendly. Apparently if you stop and get a site someone can reserve that site with reservations and you have no way of knowing because it’s not maned except on the weekends. Very nice park though not great for bigger campers so you would have to pick your spot carefully. And arrive with nothing short of 100ft of water hose.
Very cool, I’m not big into bikes but this was cool for everyone involved they have enough non-bike related items to keep your attention if your not into motorcycles.
We went through this area on a Monday almost everything tourist related was closed, a huge bummer as this may be one of the best little towns on a Route 66 trip at least on the eastern half. Call ahead to see when they are open and plan around that.
Not sure about the casino however we were traveling through and they allowed us to spend the night in our camper in the rv lot. The rv parking area is not level at all but you should be able to find something that works for ya it’s a pretty big area.
It’s iconic and it get ya out of the car for a few minutes. Worth the stop
Stopped here and one of the locals was biking by and stopped and talked to us about the old bridge and much of the area it was very nice. Cool old bridge we were town our camper (31’ travel trailer) so we didn’t cross it however it looked as though it would have easily fit through and there was plenty of room to park and turn around in the south side.
We rolled through town on a Sunday and they were closed but it was still worth visiting this site and the quaint little town.
We stopped on a Route 66 trip without reservations and there was plenty of room. Nice enough for an overnight stay full hookups for $20.00 I wouldn’t expect much so it was well worth it. The site we stayed in wasn’t perfectly level but we got it worked out and we had space to spare with our 31ft travel trailer and truck still connected.
No rv parking so we couldn’t stop.