Staff was friendly. As others have stated, this is basically a gravel lot without any trees of substance. There are a few longterm tenants. But the road noise from I-80 is constant and very annoying. It is the only campground in Laramie, so it is this or nothing.
Older KOA, but in very good shape. The sites are mostly level and most are full hook up, pull-throughs. The staff is very friendly. The pool needed a cleaning due to leaves in the water. The store has a very nice stock of local wines and hot pizza on site. The park was mostly full on a Thursday night attesting to the local popularity. It is easy on and easy off I-80 but far enough from the highway to eliminate any road noise. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.
Campground is all dirt and grass. The grass hasn't seen any water in a long time. It is totally brown and/or dead. The vast majority of the "campers" were permanent, local laborers. Only one other "camper." The store shelves are totally empty. Not an item in sight. Good satellite reception as there are no trees. Might be OK for an overnight, but I won't be back. There are other campgrounds in this area that look to be much nicer. Oh, and when I tried to use my credit card to pay for the registration, I was told that they would have to charge an additional $2 for the privilege.
This is one of the worst parks that I have ever stayed in. Let's start off with the fact that when we arrived no one was there, only a note on the door telling us to find our own site. There isn't a level site on the premises. The park is set on a hill and the road leading to the available sites it almost straight up hill. The sewer hook ups are on the wrong side on several of the sites. The cable TV coax was missing the needed ends. Most of the sites are occupied by permanent "campers". I talked to one that had been there for several months. The place was covered with weeds. We had some mechanical difficulty without coach and the service man told me that this part of Colorado Springs is not very safe at all. I would stay away from this place at all costs. We were scheduled to stay here for two night, but left after one. I complained to the "manager". All she would tell me is to let the City of Colorado Springs know I was unhappy as they designed the park. Unbelievable. The owners are trying to sell these sites. Good luck. The only reason that this park didn't receive a "1" is that their electric was solid.
This is our second stay at this park. It is a typical KOA. The sites are gravel and not all that level. The pool was clean and crowded as the temp was over 100. Getting to the park is very difficult as there is construction on the interstate and the interchange is hard to maneuver. All in all it is a good park
This is one of the nicer parks that I have stayed in. The sites are all concrete, level, and easy to maneuver around. I have a 45' coach and had no problems. One of the nicest assets to this park is that the laundry is FREE. The had four or five laundry facilities around the park. The only down side to this park is that there is no shade (101 when we arrived) and the cable didn't work very well. And the price was definitely right. We didn't need the cable so that wasn't an issue. Great park.
This campground was good. The distance from Oklahoma City wasn't really an issue. The only difficulty that we had was the 50 amp service wasn't adequate for 102 degree temps. We could only run two of our three air conditioners at a time to keep the breaker from tripping. We had a "deluxe" site to get 50 amp. Hardly deluxe, just a bigger site. The pool was HOT, but so was the outside temp. Lots of bikers as there was a motorcycle rally in OK city.
For the price, this is the best RV park that I have stayed in. The amenities are outstanding. The park's roads are all paved, as are the individual sites. All sites are separated by grass. The "office" is really a combination of office, banquet rooms, store with slot machines, bar, restaurant, etc. It is a very nice park. One of the items that I truly appreciated was the security. You have to check into the park each time you enter. It is Vegas, after all.
The RV Park of Portland is south of Portland a few miles. There is Camping World fairly close. The park is in a residential area with apartment complexes on each site. The park is full of permanent guests. I have a 45' rig, and the park is not designed for big rigs. It is very hard to get around the park. The staff was nice and friendly, but with the difficulty that I had maneuvering, I don't think that I would stay here again.
This is a very old park with dirt roads. I have a 45' rig and called ahead to make sure that they could accommodate a vehicle of that size. The turns were too sharp, and the trees were overgrown. My rig has new scratches thanks to these trees. The office staff (I think it was the owner) didn't want to be working, and it showed. She was less than cordial to the foreign tourists checking in ahead of me. The only redeeming feature to this park is that the Wi-Fi was very good. I think that in the future I would pick one of the other parks in Green River.
This is a good spot for an over night stay. The best thing about the park is the friendly staff. The sites are not particularly level. The park is not really easy to find and is an old park. The trees are very mature, but are trimmed to accommodate larger rigs. I would recommend this park for a place to lay your head for the night.
Coeur D'Alene is a beautiful area. This park is OK, nothing spectacular. There is plenty of room to maneuver. The sites are gravel, but the roads are paved. Wi-Fi was marginal at best. I would stay here again if I was traveling through this area.
This is a very, very nice park. It is only about 1 1/2 years old. The sites are level and plentiful. The office staff were very friendly and very helpful. Yreka is right across the California border from Oregon and a great place to stop after navigating the mountains coming form the north. This is one of the cleanest parks I have stayed in. I highly recommend this park. I can't vouch for the attractions in the area, but the park is first class.
This campground is more of a place for permanent RV parking. There were a few spots for "over nighters". We were there for three days, visiting the Los Angeles area. The LA area doesn't have an over abundance of nice RV spots that aren't tied to places like Disneyland. The only down side to this park is that is a fair distance from many of the attractions in LA. I will stay here again.
This campground had ample room to maneuver my 45' rig. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. The pool was adequate. The KOA is located in a metropolitan area, and there were several "locals" tenting with numerous children of all ages. The noise level was high, but quiet hours were observed and enforced. We would stay here again.
KOA is situated directly next to a mineral hot springs. The campground's roads are fairly narrow and hard for my 45' coach to maneuver. The pool was nice. Bozeman is a very busy tourist destination and reservations are advisable.