Trafton Park | Established Campground

United States

Details

Verified:
14 days ago
Altitude:
620.7 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

Established but unsupervised campground in a park. Awesome for people traveling with children since there is a playground. Very quiet except for some train noises at night. Very clean, including the restrooms. It also has a picnic patio with several tables.

The price for one night is five dollars which you are expected to put in a metal box at the entrance.

We are not sure if the water here is potable but we used it for our tank.

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Pulled in on a cold, wet and rainy day in May and could not identify any formal sites. Lots of grass and bbq grill stands around. Very informal, but it is still early in the season. We are traveling with our 27’ Airstream so checked the wet soggy grass on foot before driving onto it. It seemed firm so we picked a spot. Was very quiet. Probably much nicer on a drier day.

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Easy self payment of $5. No marked sites but plenty of room. Water spigots throughout and two flushing toilets. No electricity that I can see. Couple of other rigs/vans here. Town has a plethora of political paraphernalia, if ykyk. Nice place for a night though.

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Nice grassy park, clean, $5/night. We stopped about 10pm when we started seeing a lot of deer on the highway. Thank God for small towns!

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Great little park, water at several locations. It had just rained and the roads are a little soft. We got a pull thru site on grass but it was hard ground. $5 is a great deal, thanks to the city for this location.

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Wonderful spot as described. It’s a park wit outlets all orotund and water to refill and a gas station on the corner. Great place for a 2-3 days if you need a break. Tons of mosquitoes so wear bug spray. They ask $5 donation per day to camp, drop cash in metal box.

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Previous descriptions are right on. We had no bugs this late in the year. Propane fill-up available at Conoco station just west on highway. Also showers, laundry, liquor and convenience store!

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This place is great. Near a ballpark and soccer field where children are playing this evening. Dirt trail along the river is very close and easily accessible. Old school playground equipment is a major plus if you miss that old stuff you can get hurt on but gives the best adrenaline rush. A convenience store/gas station is within walking distance as well, in case you have last minute needs.

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$5 Campsite! Railroad noise minimal but late night trains common. Park where ever with potable water. Rodeos Saturdays and Sundays fill the whole place up with vehicles until 5-11pm. Gas station on corner of hwy 2 and 191 has drinking water out back. Don't forget to go to the dino museum! They spray for mosquitos at sunset but theyre still out bc of the river. Stayed here over 10 times.

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Nice place to stop for a night, next to trail and muddy river. Safe water, clean bathroom, playground. Wandering deer. Quiet, no one else here. Sites spread out. $5. Please buy something in town to support this kind town gesture.

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Nice little city park with around 10 campsites for $5 per night. Good restrooms and water spigots. Mosquitos were pretty bad but a city truck drove through spraying something out of the back that I assume was bug spray. Never seen that before. Nice place to stop for the night.

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Perfect and easy all towns should do this

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Highway rest area / municipal park / campground. $5 a night

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Great low cost site. Self check in allows late arrival. Park was patrolled at night periodically. Bathroom has running water but is a bit tired. Sites don’t seem to be marked so I just pulled in by a picnic table.

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Established but unsupervised campground in a park. Awesome for people traveling with children since there is a playground. Very quiet except for some train noises at night. Very clean, including the restrooms. It also has a picnic patio with several tables.

The price for one night is five dollars which you are expected to put in a metal box at the entrance.

We are not sure if the water here is potable but we used it for our tank.

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