High Point RV Park is located about half a mile north of Interstate 80 at exit 20. The owner of this park also owns the Conoco gas station that’s located directly at the exit so you may have to call the office number to have someone check you in. During our check-in, it was easy peasy as she was at the office in under 5 minutes after the call.
1508 S. Highway 71
Kimball, Nebraska 69145
308-235-2016- After Hours
This review will be on the shorter side. This is a very small park with not a lot of amenities to report on. It was awesome if you are just looking to get off the interstate for some rest.
When we stayed it was the off-season so the office was closed so we are not sure what products are sold there. We did ask about ice and she informed us we would need to go to the Conoco.
The layout of this park was very simple. It was a big (well not so big) rectangle. When you pull in and check-in at the office you will most likely have to turn around (there is plenty of room) and will head down the middle row of the park. There are all pull-through full hook-up sites. Your site will either be on the right or left side. There are about 15 sites in total in this park.
This park can accommodate rig lengths up to 65′ without having to unhook. There is a dog park located behind the tent area. There is also a boat, trailer, motorhome & vehicle storage area on the outside part of the park. The exit out of the park takes you on an outside perimeter road which is dirt/gravel but in good shape. Before you know it you’re back on the interstate.
Although this park is located near the interstate, we did not hear any interstate traffic. Our site was level. We looked around at the other RV sites and noticed that no one had leveling blocks under their tires so all the sites there must be fairly level. The roads were dirt/gravel but in good shape.
The park looked well maintained. The laundry room and bathroom/showers were clean.
Date Of Stay: 10/29/21
Discounts Accepted: Good Sam
Our Review Summary
High Point RV Park
Although this is a small basic park it is a great way to get off the interstate and grab some sleep. The site sizes were long enough that we did not have to unhook. There are no picnic tables or fire pits at any sites. If we were back in that area and needed to get off the road we would definitely stay here again.
- Long Pull Through Full Hook-Up Sites
- 50 & 30 Amp Sites Available
- Tent Sites Available
- Clean Restrooms/Showers
- Laundry Facilities
- Good Verizon Signal
- Less Than 20 Sites Available
- No Picnic Tables At Sites
- No Cable
- Spotty WIFI
- No Pool
- In Order To Get Ice, You Need To Go Down The Hill To The Conoco Station
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