This is a very nice RV park which is evident the minute you pull in the driveway. The sites, for the most part, are large and mostly level. The laundry only has 4 washers and 4 dryers and one of the dryers was out of service. Lots of trees and could not use the dish but the cable TV was fine. Wi-Fi was a bit spotty and cell service is difficult. You should know that this place is way out of Colorado Springs and SE of the city in the country. This means it is quiet and the area is very nice. However, the AF Academy is 45 minutes away and downtown Colorado Springs is about 25 minutes. If you are OK with this then this is the place for you. We would stay here again without question.
Good news is it's close to RMNP. The space I was in was long with plenty of room for the tow vehicle. Bad news, it need some work. The roads are in terrible shape and the pads need to be leveled (they are dirt and this should be a simple grading project). I ended up with the right rear wheels off the ground. Problem is this is probably the best park in the area. Could be a lot better with just a little work.
First the bad news. This place is noisy. The top of the park is bordered by a very busy road. The park is under the landing path of the busy airport. The bottom of the park is bordered by a RxR track. The good news. The pads are cement that is in good shape with a second pad for your tow vehicle. The utilities are also in good shape. The park grounds are mature with beautiful trees and flowers. The trees can be a problem for dish users. I would ask for the middle level. It seems to have a little less road noise. Easy access from Interstate 84 East of Portland. I would stay here again but ask for the middle level.
This is a great place to stay. First, it is QUIET. The highway is miles away and there is very little local traffic. The pads are concrete although some have serious cracking issues. Clearly there was some substandard construction done. The place is right on the river although there is no river access. The banks are straight down with no beach. Everything else is in good condition. You might have to step on grass to get into your basement but its called camping. Since it is fairly new there is no shade but dish reception is great. I would look forward to staying here again.
This is a nice RV park located with easy access from I-5. This is a fairly new park with very little shade (great Direct TV reception). The pads are gravel and have a slight slope, but getting level was no problem. Wi-Fi worked great. Would stay here again.
This KOA is on Interstate 80 about 10 minutes from downtown Sacramento. The places you would want to go are on the West side (Old Town, etc)of Sacramento so this is a good location. It is easy on and off. Hard to believe it is a KOA because there are no RR tracks right next door. In spite of being next to the 80 it is fairly quiet due to a large sound wall. The Wi-fi was a bit iffy, going on and off. It was a holiday weekend, and the place was packed so Wi-fi was being used to its max. Places are tight and had to have management trim a few limbs off a tree to avoid scratching my paint. All in all not a bad place, and I would return.
This is a very nice park, quite new, with easy access to the Highways 99 and 58. Nice place to eat with very good food. Camping World right down the street and excellent shopping in the immediate area. There is a railroad nearby but it is a local line, not a main line. Train only comes by twice a day. Some highway noise but you will want to run the AC and that drowns out the noise. (Hot here in the summer) Great pool and other facilities. I always stay here when I come to Bakersfield.
This is a very nice park. The pads are concrete and level. The grounds are constantly being tended to. This is next to a casino with a number of places to eat and a great show venue. This is vineyard country and there are a number of places for wine tasting. Old Town Temecula is a great place to spend an afternoon walking. About an hours drive to San Diego and all it has to offer. We will return.
Were it not for the near ocean location this place would not be worth stopping at. The asphalt pads are in very poor condition with deep dents from tires and jacks. The only plants on the ground are weeds that stick in your socks and pets paws. There is some freeway noise. The good news is there is a great walking path right next to the ocean to the pier (2 miles one way) and places to eat. You can take the train to San Diego or Orange Co. cities and on to Los Angeles from the pier for nice day trips. Overall it's a $10 park with a $50 location.