Nice park with a commanding view of the valley and countryside surrounding the park. The view can not be beat. I agree, entry off the highway is tricky as the entrance is small and then up a rather steep incline to the office, but that was not a hindrance once we got accustomed to it. The Wi-Fi worked perfectly and never was slow. Very nice and helpful staff. Would stay again.
Nice campground with one huge exception. Great staff, extremely nice and helpful, and the sites are adequate. Good cable TV, long pull through and OK Wi-Fi. Someone’s observation; there was a strange stench in the air: didn't smell like sewer, but did have a farm animal smell, yet we didn't see any farm animals. That is a feedlot located to the west. When the wind is coming from the West this place stinks. We mentioned it to the desk person and he gave us a look like this: "Well if you don’t like it, go back East." What a hoot!! We think we will try a different park the next time or at least check which way the wind is blowing before we commit to stay.
Lots of road construction getting to the park. The friendly and helpful staff will tell you how to avoid it when you leave. Well maintained with lots of trees and greenery. Close to downtown Salt Lake City and is the place to camp if you are planning on site seeing. Level sites and decent space between campers. Everything has been updated. We will stay here again.
Great Place. A little pricey but they made up for it with amenities. Clean and beautiful to the point that they leveled out and raked the gravel sites when people moved out. Lots of medium sized trees. All interior roads are fresh asphalt. Sites were concrete and pretty level. Staff was friendly and available at all times. Repeat of others: Great store, clean pool, activities were so great. Easy access to Zion. Free Wi-Fi that worked well. Lots of little lizards runing around to entertain the kids and adults alike.
This park is the most convenient to Jackson, the Grand Teton National park and Yellowstone National Park at the south entrance. It’s a really pretty setting among the tall pines and very woodsy. It is not uncommon to have wildlife meander through the RV sites. We have stayed here three times or so over the years and sadly this time we have to downgrade the rating. Since 2004 they have made no improvements other than move the check-in from the main lodge to the RV park itself which made things more complicated. When checking in at the RV park there’s no convenient place to park the rig and you will be partially blocking the entrance. They still only have 20A service at the sites and the sewer connection is above ground and hard to connect. You will best be served if you use a stand for the sewer hose. There have been no improvements to the interior roads which are all dirt and there have been no improvements to the site which are also dirt. It is rumored that this park will be turned over to a different organization in the near future. This park is very expensive considering what you get. If we should return we will try another park.
We were just staying one night and did not notice the noise issue. This facility is pretty barren of grass. Our site was level but very short requiring us to park across the front of the RV somewhat in the road. Very narrow lane to pull out into when leaving the site the next day. Entry and exit to the park is easy. We didn’t try the wifi. This is a typical KOA park in that it has plenty of accoutrements but is overpriced. We will try a different park on our next visit.
Like the previous review, simple layout but very nice place for a one-night stop while traveling on I-44 north of Tulsa or attending events at the university. All pull through sites with easy access to water, electric, etc. The WiFi is free and worked great. There's a train track somewhere in the immediate area that can be heard but was not annoying. Staff is excellent and there is charming little Claremore just a block away. Would stop here again if passing by Tulsa in Oklahoma.
This park is one of the few in the area located in or next to Eureka Springs without having to travel too many twisting and turning roads. The park is nice but many of the sites in the front of the park are too short and require you to park your tow vehicle in the road in front of your RV. The site map on their web site is not correct. The third row consists of back in sites, the fourth row are very short pull through sites and the fifth row are very short back in sites. Ask for sites 1 through 15, or 45 through 84 which will be more accommodating. One of the sites is actually located in the middle of one of the roads preventing full length travel on the road between row three and four. Our site was extremely unlevel. The park was jammed with bikers. The staff is very helpful and will escort you to your site. There is a trolley stop at the front of the park which is very helpful in getting around the easy way in Eureka Springs. They have an odd payment arrangement accepting only cash or checks. They do not give refunds if you leave early. The Wi-Fi is free and has an average response time. We will stay here again but will request a better site.
We really liked this park. It has an easy access to Highway 10 but is far enough away that there is no traffic noise. There is highway construction on the road to the park, but this will be temporary. It is close to a grocery and other public services. The interior roads are asphalt, the sites are pea gravel, and all that we saw are pull through. There are lots of tall pine trees that give the park a very nice woodsy feeling. We have stayed at parks in this area, and this one would be our choice for future visits.
We have stayed at this park before and enjoyed it. However this time it was jam packed with a motorcycle rally that was in town and at one point in time one of the guests actually set up his site in the middle of one of the roads. Our site was so small that we could not park beside it and had to get special permission to park nearby on an empty spot. The staff was very helpful and worked hard to make our stay pleasurable. This park is located on a side road away from the main road so the traffic noise is very low. The pool was out of commission but being worked on. The park is very scenic and overlooks a wooded area. I keep seeing notes about TV being good but they do not have cable here. The Eureka shuttle stops right at the park so it makes getting around town a snap.
This is really a first class park that is as fun to look at, as it is to sit back and think about retiring here. The only thing they have to work on improving at this park is the WiFi, it’s a pay system. If the WiFi worked well and were free, I would have rated this park a 10 Plus. You can’t beat the staff or the amenities. The whole park is beautifully landscaped and maintained. Golf, swimming, cafe, library, church, great roads and laundry facilities. The sites are owned by individuals and rented out. We have stayed here before would stay here again.
Wow! What a park! Wide and spacious asphalt roads that lead to wide, level and beautifully landscaped sites. Very very impressive. I don’t think you will find better anywhere. The sites are privately owned and for sale if you wish to own one. The park is centrally located to many other places of interest and is close to services. The swimming pool is well maintained, clean, with nice changing areas and lounge chairs. The laundry is clean, has lots of machines, is spacious and has baskets with rollers and hanger bars. The WiFi worked flawlessly. The staff was courteous and helpful. It has a security gate and requires a code to get in after hours. Can you tell we really enjoyed this park?
We have stayed in this campground before, so this was a repeat trip. It is centrally located to all the things that we wanted to do, and just down the street from a Wal-Mart with a gas station. The park is a typical Florida RV park with lots of sand and shells at the RV site. Although the little beach is man made and small, it is white sand with deck chairs and cabanas. The beach is located on the sound, not the ocean and you will have to go down a ladder to swim. There is a really nice pier to fish from or go for a moonlight walk with your best friend. We splurged and took one of the “A” sites close to the beach. It was a little tight for a 30 foot fifth wheel, but acceptable. The staff guided us in to the site and helped us park the rig. Staff was very courteous and helpful. They have a rather strange "Policy" you must sign when registering, that is paramount to a legal agreement. A new pier is under construction at Navarre Beach (about a mile away) that will be great when finished. It will be comparable in size to the large pier at Pensacola Beach.
Staff was great!! Thanks to one who taught me something about unhooking a 5th wheel that I did not know. Not only did the staff lead us to our site but helped us get backed in, unhooked and level. We had a great waterfront site with beautiful views of sunsets and the gazillion lobsters along the seawall. They have a nice boat dock if you want to fish or if you have a boat with you and there is a nice area for swimming or snorkeling. They provide cable and good internet WiFi. The location provides a good central location for other activities and services. We have stayed at other RV parks in this area and this will be our first choice for future visits. If the park had a pool we would give them a 9.
We arrived here late in the afternoon and the setting sun blocked our view of the parks entrance signs and our GPS lied to us saying we should turn earlier. The staff was very helpful in guiding us back to the park. This is a pretty park with huge 300-year old oaks draped with Spanish moss. We were guided into our site and helped with parking. There are only three parks in Tallahassee and we randomly chose this one. We only stayed one night and did not use the Wi-Fi. Located just 3 miles north of town, near shopping and facilities. Very friendly staff and guests.
Campground is well kept and is conveniently located near shops and restaurants. The entrance is a little tight but easy to get in with some caution. The interior roads are asphalt and there is one spot at the bottom of one of the hills with a dip. The staff very capably warned us around it as they led us to our site. The sites are carved out of the hilly area, covered with white pea gravel, were roomy and ours was close to level. The water, sewage, electric and cable TV were easily accessible and good quality. The whole area is heavily wooded and very scenic. We did not use the WiFi. The turns within the park may have been a little tight but we were in a stretch cab pickup pulling a 30-foot fifth wheel and had no concerns. Interestingly they do not take credit cards but will take cash or a check. The staff was very accommodating. As we were in route they called us to let us know there had been an accident in the direction we were arriving, that the traffic was backed up a long way and that we should detour if possible. In our opinion that was going the extra mile for satisfaction.
We arrived late, the office was already closed but the owner came by and checked us in. Can’t beat that for service. Internet worked well and is a secured system. There’s not a lot of room between spaces: each space has a little fence on each side to separate them and most have a concrete pad and picnic table. The restrooms and showers were clean and well lighted. There was an indoor pool, hot tub and a game room that would serve as a storm shelter should push come to shove on the Texas plains. There is a big gift shop in front of the campground with collectibles and gift items. The camp decor is great with a lot of eye candy. We enjoyed our stay.
A really nice clean park located south of Montrose, Colorado on highway 550. Nice shopping centers and places to eat in Montrose. Stunning view of the San Juan Mountains to the south and centrally located for tours of places like Grand Mesa, Black Canyon of the Gunnison, Telluride, etc. The staff is very accommodating and helpful. Large pull through level sites. Hot showers with heated floors. Beat that one. The facilities were just very clean and well maintained. Free Wi-Fi. Overall a nice place to stay.
This is a good clean RV park and the low rates make it very attractive. There’s a pool and laundry; however, they close too early in the evening. The sites are wide and level. The park is located next to the casino and hotel but not close enough to be noisy. Has the best cable TV selection in America. I have never seen so many channels. Each site has a picnic table and its own trash can (picked up daily). The Wi-Fi is free and usable but needs a little more power. There is a gas station next to the casino that can handle big rigs and has a C-Store. There are many attractions nearby including Mesa Verde National Park and the Durango Silverton narrow gauge railroad. We have stayed here in the past and will stay again if given the opportunity.
This is a good clean RV park with knowledgeable staff that are very accommodating. There is a hot tub, showers, restrooms, laundry, activity room with big screen TV, microwave, coffee pot, etc. All are well maintained and clean. The sites were plenty wide and level with cable TV. Park is on a street with plenty of gas stations and C-Stores. The Wi-Fi is free and works well with plenty of speed. There are picnic tables at each site. The staff went so far to please that they left us a goodbye card taped to our door the morning we were to leave. We didn’t find any of the quiet times or rules overly restrictive. We have stayed here in the past and will stay again if given the opportunity.
This is a good, clean, secure RV park with knowledgeable staff. There is a hot tub, pool, showers, restrooms and laundry: all well maintained and a short walk. The sites were plenty wide and level with cable TV and a phone connection. Easy access in and out of the park. The casino is a short walk or you can drive around to the other side with plenty of parking. Free laser light show in the evenings and a very good buffet. There were several places nearby that supplied LP, plus a Wal-Mart and shopping center right across the street. The Wi-Fi was not free but it worked OK. There are no picnic tables so bring your own. They have a weird sewer hookup but it didn’t bother us. We have stayed here in the past and will again if given the opportunity.
Near the Dunes and Zapata Falls. Great view of the dunes. There is gas available out front and a restaurant next to the check in and gift shop. Pie cost us $4.50 per slice. Roads are rough and dusty. There is one sign that says "bump" however the bump extends up the whole driveway which is about a block long. Our faucet leaked profusely at their valve and had been duct taped in an effort to repair. Wanted to check out a couple of hours late but office would not allow it. Wanted to unhook RV for a couple of hours at an open parking area and they would not allow it. Poor customer service. Dumpster was overflowing with trash. Convenience is nice but the park is not. We won't be back.
A really nice park located in a heavily wooded area. If you come with a big rig come in from the west side. Too many trees from the east end. There are lots of deer, turkey and an occasional Road Runner. There's a spring bubbling up and some interesting history relating to the spring. Two RV parking areas, one with just pull throughs and one with pull throughs and back in. All cement pads in the pull through area and each site has a picnic table and fire ring. A quality golf course is just down the road and another is in town, about 3 miles away. This is a fun place for those who like nature.
We have been to this park several times but have to downgrade it some this time. This is an all encompassing park where you never have to leave for entertainment. There are two pools, tennis courts, miniature golf, clubhouse, game room, etc. all free. The most drawing of entertainment is just outside the gates in the Branson area with things like the Titanic exhibit, live entertainment all over the place and Silver Dollar City theme park down the road. We were handed a sheet of paper at check-in explaining what to do about protecting and treating chigger and tick bites. And we needed the information since we got both chiggers and ticks. Apparently they have a chigger and tick problem that they have not been able to control. They have put in a new “free internet access” that leaves a lot to be desired. It is not secure, is run by an advertising company that takes over your browser to pump advertising in the top 25% of your browser viewing area. Every once in a while it pumps in a full screen ad with a link at the top of the page to where you originally selected. It also has a nasty habit of clearing the screen periodically and locks up. Of course the ads don’t go away, they just keep on coming.
This is a beautiful heavily wooded park. It has facilities for meetings, rental cabins, swimming pool (extra charge), shelters, hiking, fishing, etc. Each RV site has water, electric, fire ring and picnic table. There are two pull though sites and the others are back-in. Two bathhouses nearby and a playground for the kids. The cabins and shelters are built from natural sand colored stone and all have fireplaces. It is not uncommon to have deer, wild turkey, raccoons and other wildlife in the park. The sites are first come first serve with no reservations. We like the park a lot and visit more than one time per year.
Very nice park with cabin rental as well as RV parking. VERY nice clubhouse, pavilion and lodge where a cheap breakfast is served during the summer months. Like $2. Many cement pads and pull throughs. This is an all inclusive campground located on one of the main roads in Branson. You can be entertained with on park activities such as tennis, volley ball, miniature golf or go into Branson for any music entertainment you can think of. Just about 5 miles from one of the local theme parks Silver Dollar City. You must be a member or have a Coast to Coast or RPI card to use the park. If you are lucky you will get to see the small herd of deer and turkey that frequent the park.
We thought this was a really nice park and would stay here again. Easy in and out, great staff, free cable TV, pool, game room and free wireless that worked well. This KOA is well priced and a bargain to say the least. Wal-Mart, restaurant and shopping center located in the lot next door and an easy walk. The park is all gravel with sites that we felt were plenty wide for our fifth wheel. We would love to stay here again.
Not far from the interstate and you can’t beat the amenities; free cable TV, free telephone for calls within the U.S. and free wireless that works well. This park has a very narrow and short entrance road. The park was packed and we had to settle for a site with electric only. When we asked if there were something special going on in town they said they were just popular. And they were: With long term residents. One was laying a cement patio. Our pad had cement runners that were not quite wide enough for our fifth wheel. The sites seemed close together. They have a barbecue running in the evening with reasonable prices.
A really pretty park located in a stand of lodge pole pines. Being the closest location to Yellowstone Park with sites big enough to handle 30 plus foot rigs is what attracted us to this campground. It is also conveniently located for access to the Grand Tetons and Jackson Hole. Has a great staff that works hard to accommodate your needs. We actually received a call from them when it was too snowy to come to the park. There is a gas station, convenience store, restaurant, lodge and gift shop located next door. There is no cell phone service in most of the area, no TV and no wireless. If you need communications this is the wrong place for you. Avoid buying anything in the convenience store as they are skyrocket high priced. Small Coleman propane bottles $9.19 when you can get them for about $3 where we live. The nearest reasonably priced gas station and grocery is 50 miles away in Jackson. The nearest wireless connection is at the Jackson Lodge south of Flagg Ranch which is well worth the trip. This park has only 110v 20 amp connections. The sewer connection is a little odd too. The connection is a T shape with the inlets located a few inches above ground. This park and surrounding area are expensive so bring supplies with you or buy them down south.
This is a nice park located in the middle of a stand of pine trees with a very accommodating and friendly staff who escort you to your site. The parks attraction for us was the location near Grand Canyon. This is a family oriented park with lots of activities so expect a lot of kids around. There is an indoor heated pool. The sites are OK and the whole park is surfaced with the red cinder material so common to this area. We find KOA’s to be priced higher than most other parks but usually provide nice clean and secure accommodations. Due to a water shortage the showers operate a little strange. It requires you to press a handle over and over again to keep the water flowing. This park has a secure wireless internet connection.
Paid $21.78 per night with cable and telephone for 3 adults. $23.38 with tax. We have stayed here in the past and would stay again. The rates are good, great staff, free cable TV, free phone service for local calls, nice laundry facilities, nice Pool and 24 hour security. We found the sites to be wide and spacious. You can walk to their casino, it’s a short drive to downtown and the strip and a Wal-Mart across the street. Wireless was impossible to use and $20 per week (less on a daily basis. We contacted the wireless provider (Hotel Internet Services) tech support to no avail. The service simply does not have enough bandwidth at this location. We loved the park.
I agree, this is an old KOA and it shows. The entrance/exit off of the street to this park was tough to negotiate, and over very rough pavement. The CG is close to I-44, and truck and traffic noise was a nuisance throughout the night as were the 18 wheelers idling all night next door. The CG store was pretty well empty. We camped in a fifthwheel and would look elsewhere if we were to stay in the Tulsa area again.
There are not many RV park options this close to Yellowstone, the Tetons and Jackson. So,, this is as good as it gets. The RV park was "a little rugged" and you definitely will know you are “in the woods”. When we were there they only had 20 amp service, so you had to be careful about AC use. A visit to the upscale Flagg Ranch lodge next door is fun, and the lodge is beautifully decorated. There is a gift store in the lodge that has reasonable prices, and a small convenience store at one end of the building. Get ready for high prices at the convenience store. We paid over double price for just about anything we purchased. Thank goodness Yellowstone and the Tetons are so beautiful otherwise these folks would be hurting for business.
We don't require an RV park that provides a complete entertaiment package, but rather use it as a base camp for other activitiess. We have stayed at this park in other years and like it. It has a great view of the mountains to the south, and is relatively close to other places that we wanted to visit like Black Canyon of the Gunnison, Ouray and Box Canyon at Ouray. We also went to Silverton and Durango but elected to stay in a motel at Durango, so we could get an early start on the Durango Silverton Railroad. Montrose is a nice city with the old reliable Wally World on the south side of town. By the way there is a great 50's dinner near the Wally World that is lots of fun.
This is the most unusual park we have stayed at considering it is wall to wall asphalt with a perimeter of trees. The staff was about the most helpful I have ever seen, not only leading you to your site but helping level your rig (and provide boards if you need them) as well. We are the kind of campers that come to a park just stay, and pay little attention to anything other than the site and amenities like WiFi, cable TV, the pool and security. We must admit, this park has the roughest roads leading to it that we have ever seen!! The city fathers should have to drive Jefferson Ave. every day until it is repaired. There were boom boxes running across the street at the 24 hour gas station most of the night. Interestingly there is a Police station next door. I wonder what they do in the evenings? The definition of security here is that after hours the front gate has a chain wrapped around it with a lock that is not locked. So that after hours you can get in and out.
If you like horses then this is the place for you. Horse back tours of the Gettysburg battle field are available and your own stall if you wish. We were there during the re-enactment so it may have been more crowed than normal. We were there to see Gettysburg and not the park so our site and the roads in were the most important to us. Our site was down by the horse stables but that was not unacceptable to us since we are from that kind of country anyway. However the site was new and very unlevel. The interior roads are very rough.
We were here to visit the DC area and not the RV park. But, this is one of those parks that can entertain you in the park and still serve the needs of those like us who are here to see the area and not the park. There is a Metro bus that runs pretty frequently to and from the subway system and tickets available at the park for both the subway and bus system. The staff was helpful and the lady running the ticket center was very knowledgeable about the best ticket options. There is a strip mall just down the street with a grocery and other items. The park is a bit on the pricey side so, we would stay here again but would look around a bit more to see if we could come up with a better value. We stayed here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you or your kids want to stay in an RV park to be entertained, this is it! You don't have to visit anything outside the park! Unfortunately we came to see Boston so that complicated things considerably. We were given a pull through in the back of the park in the 5xx number range. Very woodsy if you like that but that is where the love affair ended. It was the worst road into the pull through area I have ever seen. The site appeared to be cut out of the hill side so was a "Slot" in the hill. There were boat loads of kids around that didn't seem to have parents and many barking dogs. So, stay here with your kids and dogs, but don't stay in the back lot.
We stayed only one night because we were just passing through, but what a great little park. The sites are paved and have easy access. The whole park is very clean and well maintained. They also provide a continental breakfast. The owners were very friendly and are customer oriented. There is only one drawback, it is located next to the highway and has lots of noise. But, for $25 it's a great bargain. Be careful when coming in from the west, it is not clear where to turn into the park. If we go this direction again we will definitely stay here.
We don't stay in a campground for entertainment, but stay for a day or more to see the local area. With that said. Like others, we found that this campground has lots of long term sites. We stayed in the pull through area and found; The WiFi is not available nor is cable TV or telephone. The site area is not maintained with water so it was dry and dusty. There is highway traffic on one side and a railroad on the other. Neither bothered us to any degree. The road into the pull through area is narrow and some of the street signs are missing or turned the wrong direction. There are no street lights so if you come back from an evening of touring it is hard to navigate. The key entry gate was open and broken when we got there and broken when we left. If you plan on doing laundry bring Canadian quarters. They do not refund or credit days if you leave early. That is not good customer relations. We would not stay here again.