For KOA parks, this falls into the "basic" category. It would serve only as a overnight stop RV park and does not live up to the Kamper experience that is the hallmark of the KOA. The staff person was a bit curt when we checked in and didn't tell us that the pool was closed. That would have been nice to know since it was 98 degrees and we were all ready to cool off. I think I would stay here again if we were in a bind, but I do think I would drive another hour or so to the next RV park.
This was a nice place to spend 2 days in the Carlsbad area. It is a 40 minute drive to Carlsbad Caverns and 55 minute drive to Roswell. Although the park is 13 miles out of town, that just provided a quiet retreat and ability to watch the stars of the summer sky! The pool, laundry and store facilities were top notch. We would stay here again!
The rate reflects the Good Sam Discount. The gravel sites were level, although not much shade here. We stayed only 1 night but if we were going to stay longer, I would have looked for something with more shade. The pool was closed but the staff did tell me when I made the reservation. Food/shopping/fuel were all a close distance away from the park. The sites can accommodate a large 5th wheel with slides or a Class A. We would stay here again.
This was a very nice RV campground, away from all the noise of the interstate. I used the address listed for my Garmin, which took me off the freeway to Bowen Rd, then to the RV park. I got worried once I started driving down a residential street, but no worry the address is correct. The sites were large enough for Class A's with slides. The laundry room was immaculate, $1.25 wash/$1.00 dry. All of the sites were shaded,which helps with the higher temperatures in the area. The staff was very helpful and even though I arrived after the office was closed, a brochure was posted that had my name and site# listed. We would stay here again!
This was a great place to camp! We were treated like guests from the beginning. The staff was first rate, the sites were level and could accommodate larger units with multiple slides. The campground is close to all of the sights in Branson and we will be sure to stay here again.
This is one of the most beautiful RV parks we have stayed at. The staff was great, the store was well stocked and you could tell the owners took pride in the park. I was initially concerned about how level my site would be after driving up the road to the office, however once on my site, #79 all was good. I have a 40' rig with 4 slides and had no problem parking or opening the slides. We will be back again!
A jewell of a RV park in the St Paul area! Sites were level and a wide variety of sites accommodated many types of RV's. Friendly and professional staff met all of our needs during Memorial Day weekend. We were met when we first pulled in, took care of the registration and then were escorted to our site. This was a very safe place to stay and our kids enjoyed the large pool and playground. Only drawback would be the length to the sewer connection. For those RV's with mid-coach drops, you might an extra section of sewer hose to make the connection. We will come back again!
This was a very nice RV park and the price was just right. Staff was very friendly and helpful and provided an escort to our site. 50 amp service was good, however due to the high number of campers in the park the water pressure was quite low at times. The kids had a fun time in the pool and visiting the local area. We would stay here again!
We have enjoyed staying here on all of our trips to Eastern Washington. The 3 pools and hot tub are a hit for kids and adults! If you have a larger 5th wheel or Class A, you will need to use the pull through sites, as the lower sites can be a bit dicey to back into, especially if the park is full. The staff is helpful and friendly. We will be back again soon.
This is a nice park for a one night stay, due to the close proximity of downtown Spokane. I have camped in over 30 states and these sites by far are the narrowest. I have a 39 foot 5th wheel with 4 slides and it was difficult to pull in, park and then pull out. The indoor pool was a nice option as well as the laundry facilities. The men's restroom was not clean and was reported to the management. I wouldn't stay here again.
Overall very nice park and centrally located in Missoula. 2 good playgrounds for the kids, good water & power hookups. Sites also have 2 sewer hookups which is also a plus. Only drawback was the laundry was only open during office hours (8a-8p), so if you arrive late in the evening you can't do the laundry. We would stay here again.
At first the RV park looked good; all spots out in the open and no trees. However, after several days of rain, the main RV park was a bog. The owner/staff didn't bother to tell me they had 10 other spots on asphalt behind the hotel, until I came back to the office. It was a good thing I had a 4 wheel drive truck or I would still be at the RV park. I would imagine the RV park would work for a 1 night stay during the summer months, but due to the non-existent customer service I would not come back again.
This was an outstanding KOA. Even though the park was not officially open until May 1st, the owners allowed us to stay on site. The sites were level, had good water/electric/cable, and the area was quiet. We would stay here again.
Very nice park for the price. Staff friendly and guided me to RV spot. The sites are a little closer then we have had before, but again we didn't find that to be a problem. Small playground for the kids. A fishing/swimming pond is adjacent to the RV park. 1 washer/dryer, $1.25 per load. We don't have satellite, but did receive a few HD channels. We would stay here again.
We were glad to find this park on short notice. It worked well for a quick, overnight stay. The staff was friendly, the park was quiet and the sites were level and wide. No cable, but our HD TV worked well with a few local stations. We would stay here again.
Follow the signs off the freeway and trust them. At first, it looks like you will be driving out into the woods down an old dirt road. Don't worry, this RV park is tucked away from the roadway noise and was easy to get to. Staff very friendly and escorted me to my site. Owner even picked up my propane bottle, filled it up and brought back to site. We needed a quick stop and this was the spot. Showers/laundry facility very clean. We would stay here again.
What a wonderful state park! Hiking, bird watching, good playground for kids and neat wildlife museum. On site laundry $1 for wash and dry. Many sites can accommodate larger RV's, others are a bit small. Campground host and office staff very professional. We will stop by here again!
Easy access from I-10. Once in the park, there are several sharp turns to make but just follow the signs. There were 40' Class A's pulling toads that had no problem. You just need to take your time. Very quiet park, staff excellent. Laundry to wash/dry $1.00. I had to use a 50 amp adapter to plug into electric. Fuel and grocery store .2 mile from park. We would stay here again.
There is easy access on and off I10. The staff is friendly. There are good wide spots for my 38' 5th wheel. Propane is $3.00 gal, laundry wash $1.50, dry 1.25. The only drawback was some road noise from I10. We would stay here again.
This is an excellent choice to see San Antonio as the park is only 9 miles from downtown. We used Passport America mid week so this was the perfect place for us. Only drawback was the purchase of propane. They do not meter it and charge you by the size of the bottle. So make sure your tank is empty before taking over to refill. We would stay here again.
Sites were quite narrow and the trailer would track across the grass/mud coming onto the site. Large playground for the kids and a small continental breakfast was nice. The park is well lit and secure. Office staff very professional. We would stay here again. We didn't use the Wi-Fi and our Verizon Broadband card worked great.
This was a very nice park to stay at with easy access and good size sites. The staff was helpful and friendly. The only negative I can say is the road noise during the day. At night, this was one of the quietest RV parks we have been at. Bastrop is 6 miles to the east and has all the stores you would need to shop at. Laundry was $1.25 to wash and $1.00 to dry. We would stay here again!
Can't beat the price of $18. The sites were a little narrow, but I still was able to park a 37 foot 5th wheel with 4 slides. We stayed on the first row, freeway side and I believe I would park farther away from the freeway next time. The restaurant offers a 10% discount when you show your campsite receipt. We would stay here again.
If you need to park somewhere overnight that has close freeway access, good rate and friendly staff, then this is the place for you. The pool was a nice addition for the kids and the laundry, rest rooms and shower were all very clean. There are not many other folks around to just "visit with" as it seems the park has a high volume of local contract workers. We would stay here again.
An outstanding park for the money. The trees were simply beautiful and the park was very well maintained. With the new playground equipment, our kids had fun in between trips in and around the Crescent City area. The only drawback was the older style washer & dryers. Other than that, we will stay here again.
If you are in a pinch and can't find a WalMart, then this is the place for you. I used my Passport America which helped, but then was charged $5 per child extra, then another $5 for 50 amp service. The laundry facilities were dirty and the men's shower only had 1 shower stall working. That stall looked like a science experiment. I'm sure when this place was new, it was much different but that's not the case now. We won't stay here again.
Very good park overall. Within 2 miles to downtown and the beach. Easy access to pull-thru sites, the site was very wide and included a park bench. We stayed four days here in October and would stay here again.