Stoney Creek RV Park

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    generok Well-Known Member

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    Stoney Creek RV park is about 5-6 miles north of Seward off the highway a bit. I have to say it is a good step up from the typical gravel parking lot RV places. It IS a gravel area, but there are islands of grass between most of the sites and each site at least has a picnic table and is wide enough to open the canopy. There are sites with just electric and water, and full sites.


    It is on Stoney Creek, but you won't be "on" the creek. The creek is over the bank, and the banks have bushes on them, but you can hear it. The creekside sites are nice not because you're on the creek, but you have a big grass area behind the site and most of those sites have fire pits. Most of the other sites do not have fire pits, and you're not allowed to make one.


    The bathroom situation is mostly adequate. There is one central building with two showers, two toilets and two sinks in each the men and women's bathroom. It gets busy at "time to put the kids to bed" and between 7:30-9:30am. There is a wait then, but most of the time, the bathroom is pretty quiet, and pretty clean.


    They have WiFi, but it is spotty. When the CG is full, expect no benefit from it. Don't expect to be able to stream videos on the free WiFi.


    All in all, it is a quiet place, which we like. The prices were about $33/night for electric and water. I'd come back here, but I do prefer the services at the Seward Military Resort and RV park better.
     
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    generok Well-Known Member

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    We stayed two more times in 2015. Not much has changed, but we really got to appreciate how laid back the operators are!

    We got a last minute invite to fish in Seward and our usual Seward CG was full, so we called Stoney Creek and got a spot for two nights the day of travel. Well, we got in around 9pm, and the office was closed, but they have a chart with all the spots on it, and we found our name and set up. We left the next morning at 5am to go fishing, and didn't get back ashore until like 6pm. I called the CG to tell them we'd be pretty late, and they told us not to worry about it, come see them when we had a chance.

    The next morning as we packed up, we strolled in and said both hello and good-bye, paid for the site and thanked them for their flexibility.

    The facilities are all about the same, and still well maintained.
     
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    generok Well-Known Member

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    For 2018, not much has changed. It's still quiet, well maintained and friendly. 20180810_063309.jpg
     
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