The office had me sign a paper with a lot of statements you have to agree with. (Don't complain about the noise of the nearby freeway; don't complain about sprinklers making your campsite wet' etc., etc.) Very strange, but after a noisy night and finding everything around your camper wet, you understand why they let you waive their liability concerning the negative points of this campground. But, it's a very well organized campground. Has friendly staff, the sites are clean and level and the free Wi-Fi did work very well. So overall not a bad campground at all, just a bit noisy.
The registration office is at the top of the hill. You need to go around a tree to be able to reach it; we arrived here in the dark so it was a little difficult, though well indicated that you needed to go around the tree before being able to reach the registration office. Sites are pull-through, but slightly not level. The pool is really too cold for children. The Wi-Fi is not for free (6USD) and in our case we even did get errors (ODBC Connect errors etc) so we were not able to benefit from the WiFi. Restrooms and showers very OK. At 35 minutes from Yosemite park so this is OK. Shuttle stop to the Yosemite park at the entrance of KOA.
Very beautiful campground: in the middle of mother nature. One can hear the water of the creek running every where: very relaxing. Our site (North 30) was a pull-in, back out site that was just OK for our 25FT motorhome but it was a piece of cake to park the motorhome on the site. Our site was not level but this was announced on beforehand and there's nothing a good pair of levelers can't solve. Don't forget to bring a sweater for the nighttime because even in summertime the nights can be chilly.
Very charming campground with orange trees on the sites. Easily accessible from the Hwy. Friendly and helpful staff. Very clean and large sites with easy access. Small store on the campground but a wide variety of local shops in the vicinity. We had a great stay and made beautiful photos on the campground. Wi-Fi good connection and good speed.
Very helpful staff (fixed a problem with my freshwater hose). Right on the strip so the best place to camp in Las Vegas. Very well organized and clean campground. The campground does have sites with shade trees but I have to admit our site with shade tree had a very little tree and the shade fell in the wrong direction (not on our motorhome) but OK, it's Vegas and the temperature will be high even in the shade.
Friendly staff. Shuttle stop to Grand Canyon at walking distance. Campground's shop very limited but "General Store" just around the corner with a big variety of food and souvenirs. Site (slightly) not level. Wi-Fi free but slow. Very good as a campground closest to the Grand Canyon. Would stay here again.
We stayed in a site at the waterfront, next to the pond and the Colorado river, which was very nice. Our site had shade trees as promised on the campground's website; really necessary this time of the year. Reasonable price (got Good Sam discount). Wi-Fi did work well, though not free but at a low price. The campground's shop is very OK. Would stay here again.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites are clean and very good (just a little bit not level but OK, this is the case with a lot of campgrounds), campground well lit and the sites are thus easy to find in the dark. Indeed close to Joshua Tree Park. We experienced a fantastic sunset and sunrise. No sewer on site but we dumped at a central spot on the campground (included in the price).
We arrived late at the campground due to a huge traffic jam on the 405 but nevertheless we were well guided to our site in the dark. Very friendly staff, very clean sites that are separated by well maintained hedges, the pool and restroom facilities are very good and very clean. Many things can be done on foot: walks along the waterfront, restaurant, etc. Activities are organized on site. To be short: we (family with 2 children 19 years and 11 years old) had a very good stay; we would gladly come back.