The park is very tight for big rigs. The services were fine. It appears to have many long term residences, the spaces are about average width. It is close to town and easy for us to visit family. We would stay again but would be specific on site to get in and out without problems. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This would be ok for an overnight. We stayed a week because of circumstances, but RVs are jammed packed with barely any space between RVs, especially with everyone having slide-outs. There was a picnic table but it was about 12" from front door and right next to the sewer drain of the RV next door. There is about a 2'x2' piece of grass just outside the door. There was a small tree, but it was enough to at least give some shade so that was nice. I put up a wire kennel cage for 2 small dogs to use while we were outside with them and staff was very rude about my not being allowed to have it. There was nothing in the policies that said I couldn't but staff said it was on the monthly policy, which we didn't get because obviously we weren't there that long. We took it down, but they could have been nicer about their request. Very rude young girl. They said it would kill the grass (which was just a very small patch and mostly weeds), meanwhile, their long-term residents which are many, have all kinds of junk all over on the outside. And yes, RR on back side and they do have the loudest horns that they blast every night several times a night. Ok, for a quick overnight if you had to. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
An OK place to stay. Friendly office staff. My site was level. We had water, electric, without sewer. The Wi-Fi was OK most of the time. Sites are gravel with a little patch of grass between each pad. Only problem was it is next to a RR track. Along about 2AM two trains come by with the loudest horns I have ever heard We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pack-em, stack-em, squeeze-em in. Only stayed there one night, but that was enough. On check in, the staff acted as if I was interrupting their computer game. The good news is, they are easy to get to off I-25 and a Flying J is near by. Cable TV is good, WIFI is OK. It is a good park if you are passing through and need a one night stopover, but I wouldn't want to do a long stay there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a pull thru site, 50A, gravel & gravel roads with some grass. Sites could use to be a bit longer we just fit RV & car. Office staff was friendly, park is clean, there is an exercise room, Cable & WiFi,. That was a little week at times, GS pk. We broke down by the Flying J a mile away & with it being the weekend we were towed here & stayed a few days before we could get fixed. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We used this park as a stop over for the night. Glad we didn't stay any longer. Manager was not around when we got there at 5:00 p.m. We had no idea of the availability or price. Had to talk to one of the permanent residence. A lot of junky trailers - not a nice, clean park would not stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is filthy! When we got to the narrow piece of ground that was our site, there was a coffee can full of cigarette butts & packs sitting on our 'patio'. There was a waist high tree growing out from under the concrete. The sewer connection didn't fit tightly, so when lightning knocked out the power at 9 pm, we smelled sewer after that. The power never came back on before we left. And, yes, the trains were very noisy for most of the night. We won't stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park had a good rating with the big national club, but they must have purchased a lot of advertising to get that rating. I know that the high, dry country can't give you a lot of green grass, but they can give you a clean restroom if they try. The laundry and restrooms at this campground were plain, old, dirty,worn out, unkempt, and nasty. All stone drives and sites. Site was somewhat level. The dog run was a drainage ditch, but it was dry at the time. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Will not stay here again. Their website is old and very misleading! At one time it probably was nice. Now is run down and 96% permanents. The amenities shown on website are non-existent, i.e., ice cream store, BBQ dinners. The cable guide listed on website with 66 channels does not exist. Only had 9 channels! The dog run could not be used due to the gnats and flies eating you up. Sites were not long enough to accommodate 40' M.H. w/tow as stated in info. Train track DIRECTLY behind park with blasting of horn starting at 5:00 a.m. The website should be brought up to date or removed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Noisy. If you like trains and hwy noise, this is the place for you. We pulled in after the office was closed, but were able to find our reserved slot. Rigs are situated close together and there are tight turns getting to the sites. There are many older rigs/trailers that appear to be there long term. Residents were quiet, but it would be difficult to hear anyone for the hwy and train horns at night. The sights are close together, level, gravel: hookups within easy reach of rig. Park appeared clean and I felt safe in this urban park. Low rating is due to train horns that nearly put me in cardiac arrest at 2am. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 3 / 10 ]
I was honestly shocked by how horribly run this place was. The owner was rude, the ice cream shop and hot tub the website discusses are both shut down for good. The restrooms were dirty and smelled terrible, a loud train woke us up repeatedly in the night, and the "high speed Internet" doesn't even work! We went down three times asking them to reset their router (they wouldn't, and were rude about it) and were finally told that only the first two or three trailers of the first two rows can actually get Internet and doesn't work for any other spots. Were we treated with a bit more respect I might not have been quite as mad, but everything about this place just screams We-Don't-Care-About-You! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Sorry, but we won't be staying here again. The park in general was mediocre, run down with small but level sites, small trees, and a patch of grass. Had a 30 amp site with no sewer, but cable and Wi-Fi. Our big complaint is the noise. There was an active train track literally just over the fence at the back of the park (3 spots down from where we were) with several trains during the night and many during the day with horn blowing for a nearby crossing. Made it very hard to get uninterrupted sleep, not to mention just annoying. The place did have small pool and a small miniature golf course in need of fixing up. Bathrooms may have been clean, but as old as they were it was hard to tell what was dirt and what was just age. The KOA may not be much better, but at least you could probably get some sleep there! Rate reflects AAA discount. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
A good park for overnighting. Close to fuel, food and shopping(less than a mile away). Interior road and sites gravel and close to one another. Some shade, but used for long term campers. Pool very small. Behind RV park is railroad tracks. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The best I can say about this park I'm glad they were full when I stopped. Another couple in a fifth wheel pulled in in front of me and because of vehicles parked in front of the office neither one of us pull in front of the office or pull through the park. It was a tight to drive through when we finally could move to leave the park. Parking spots looked tight and long term people had their vehicles in the way. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects Good Sam discount. This was an overnight stop for us. This park says it's big rig friendly. Our unit with bike racks installed is 45 feet long. We were directed to a "pull through" site and had to unhook our toad to make the turn into the site. We had to park our toad sideways behind our unit to nearly be out of the road. The roads and sites are gravel, the train switching station is nearby, heard them very well outside, but not in the motorhome with the air conditioners running. Did not use the restrooms or pool (very small). Park is fairly easy to get in and out of. We would stay here again, but only overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nobody was available onsite on arrival, and nobody was available by phone. We couldn't get into the pull through site assigned because of vehicles parked in "No Parking" area, and owners "declined to move"). We had to figure out what sites were available and just take one. It is very close to train tracks with VERY loud train whistles through the night (you wouldn't want to leave your windows open if you are a light sleeper.) The spots are tight with pull through sites sharing picnic space. We got our 40' rig in without having to disconnect the toad, but it was pushing the space. Okay for overnight, we wouldn't want to hang around. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There are worse campgrounds out there, but not many. You can sure do better while in Casper than this one. Try the others. This one is terribly over priced. This is an extended stay campground with RVs that have been here so long they have installed residential style 500 pound A/C on the roof of their RV. No attempt to enforce leash laws with an unleashed Pit bull in direct view of the office manager. Though they say they are big rig friendly, the sites for over nighters are very close together and very difficult to maneuver. There are ample examples where RVs have hit electrical columns, trees and the wood wall. An active railroad is 100 yards away and the interstate on the other side. Don't waste your money here. We'll never return here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pricing was good for staying one night but, "that was enough." Be aware that you are between the freeway, (which is noisy) and, the railroad tracks which, the train comes through (and blasts the horn) during the evening and early hours of the morning (several times!!!) If you are planing on an afternoon nap or sleeping soundly through the night into the morning, "FORGET IT!!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice office people and helpful. Had a person lead us to our space and help us which was great. Only issue we had was that there are sites that need to be cleaned up. Broken down trucks, junky trailers that look to be here year around. Picnic table at sites are rotten and falling apart and no trash cans. Bathroom facilities were taken care of very well and the laundry was too. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
This is your basic overnight stop & move on the next day RV park. Tight turns & getting into the sites. Entrance is right at the east end of an overpass & is easy to miss if you are traveling east. Wi-Fi worked well but the site wasn't very level and was dusty or muddy from watering. The sewer connection was in poor condition. Would stay again for an overnight only stop. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Believe your experience at this campground depends on the site. We had a water and electric site which are side by side, cramped, no picnic tables, and not level at all. Showers and restrooms clean and old. Campground is located between railroad tracks and expressway, so sound is an issue if you're a light sleeper. When we left in the morning around 9, we had to ask the camper in the next spot to move his truck, so we could exit the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Individual bathrooms are a nice amenity. This is an older campground that has not been updated. Make sure you follow the instructions in Woodall's to enter the campground because the entrance from the west is confusing. Cable TV is limited to only eleven channels. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This an older, in-town park. The sites are close together, with minimal grass between them and the access can be tight for longer rigs. We have a 36' fifth wheel and an extended cab dually truck and we have to park the truck crossways in front of the trailer and even then are just barely off the road. But the water pressure is good, the power seems to be OK, and the wi-fi is good (for the little time we used it); don't know about the cable as we didn't use it. The management seems to be friendly and helpful. It's convenient to shopping. The entrance is not very visible -- we came from the west so our turn would have been a left turn into the park, and we missed it. We didn't see the sign until we were right on it, and then the turn was nearly 180 degrees. Coming from the east it would be easier, but you still have to watch carefully. Fine for an overnight, but I wouldn't want to spend too much time here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Older park, not updated. Sites are narrow. Our had a mud puddle, (we think from an underground water line leak). Owner's or manager's son helped us park, apparently didn't realize the problem. Sewer hookup is so far to rear it was difficult to hook up to water and electric, open bedroom slide without hitting tree and hook up to sewer. No grass. Restrooms marginally clean. Son was helpful with propane tank fill-up. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a decent in-the-city type RV park. Sites are very close together. It was fine for a quick one-night stop over. We didn't use the pool, but there was a line of kids waiting to get into it in the morning. A sign said it was supposed to open at 9am, but at 9:45 the kids were still waiting outside the fence waiting for it to open. The showers and bathrooms were clean and worked well. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Site was acceptable although we had no sewer at ours. The park was clean but felt cramped as the sites were not that large and the roads are narrow. Laundry room was good and the employees were friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is OK for overnight in the newer sites along the edge (where we were for one night), and could be quite nice for longer term if you can get in the established areas (grass and trees). It is definitely in town and has suffered from highway expansion but it's much better than I expected from the entrance. Roads and all look a bit tight but really had no problems. Enormously better than the place on the river (we pulled in and immediately out). We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed one night on our way to SD. This park is OK for overnight. It is an urban park and there is a train that runs next to it but there was no whistle and in didn't bother us. WI-Fi at the site and cable worked perfectly. Staff was friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
NOT GOOD!!!! Price WAY TOO much for this urban jungle. Were going to spent 3 days here, spent 1 night, left a dawn. This is an example of what a campground shouldn't be, no trees, no grass, right on top of each other, very difficult entrance, very difficult exit, old run down, should really be bulldozed over, nothing positive here, would rate it a ZERO but rvparkreviews doesn't go that low. Try another place!!!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Entering the park requires you to drive over what is almost a curb. Exiting is the same. Drive slowly over this but watch for oncoming traffic. Loud train just north of the park with a lot of activity during the night time. Staff was very friendly and helpful with directions. Two internet connections available, one in the laundry room and one in the adult club house. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No longer with KOA. Very helpful employees. Have a lot of long term staying RVs. Some train noise, it was a good spot to stay for one night, easy on and off. Got a good nights rest. Would stay again if in Casper area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed one night, no problems. Staff was helpful, even loaned us bleach when we discovered that we had a leak in valve for black tank. Bleach was to sterilize the small puddle under valve. Nothing really outstanding about the park, just a nice quiet place to stay. Smith RV also located about .5 miles from park as well. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
KOA rate is high considering the overall condition of the park and amenities. Sites are long enough (pull through) for big rigs. Perimeter sites only handle to about 26 feet. Water, sewer, and are okay but unless you want to pay $47 per night, 30 amp is what you get. All sites and roads are gravel, there are trees but not much shade. Local cable TV isn't all that great. Our Wi-Fi and phones worked well here. The campground is about a mile from the interstate interchange, maybe 500 feet across the fence to the highway so there was a little noise. Typical KOA facility and overpriced. Many folks use it overnight (as we did) and move on the next morning. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Crowded gravel pads, gravel roads, gravel everywhere. Poor choice for WY winds. Long walks to the bathhouse. No scenery, not much here but the bar next door which fixes a mean breakfast green chili burrito. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
We rolled into this park late in the afternoon, planning to stay just overnight, but discovered a blown tire on the fifth wheel and some damage. The staff was fabulous! They recommended a mobile RV repairman who arrived in 30 minutes or less, repaired the damage enough to travel on and recommended a good tire store(Plains Tire) for replacement tires. We had a pull thru that was level, with all utilities placed properly and everything worked fine. This is not a resort, but a good stopover in this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
At first glance, this park wasn't much to look at, but it had all the amenities and great showers. We just stayed one night on the way to Yellowstone Park. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The campground itself was nothing special. It was a gravel parking lot, no grass, tight spaces, and not too many amenities. I took our dog Echo to the dog walk, which was a 10 ft. x 20 ft. fenced in space with gravel. The dog walk fence was 7 ft. tall and felt claustrophobic; Echo did not leave my side until we decided to leave the dog walk. The playground looked shabby and under maintained as well and I did not let the girls play on it. Our space had water, sewer, and electric. There was a cheap plastic picnic table and a small tree, who looked to be clinging to the life in the hard Casper weather. Although close to the Interstate, there was not much road noise at night because the Interstate is not heavily trafficked. If I stopped our review here, I would give this RV campground two stars. However, we had a bad experience with the management so I am giving a one star review. Our experience: Due to a booking mistake, we arrived the day after our reservation. The owner of the campground was condescending, informing me I should track our reservations in a "planner." We were 200 miles away staying at another KOA and she would not be flexible, even when I confronted her if they were full the night before. She said the campground was not full; the night we stayed the campground was barely 50% full. I understand that it was my fault for double booking my stay. The owner’s rudeness about the situation and condescending tone towards me, the customer, is why I am giving the KOA a low rating. I have double booked before and the campground owners have understood, moving my reservation. All in all this is a very basic KOA. If you need a place to stop as you pass through, this KOA will be good for an overnight stay. Would I recommend this park? No. Would we come back? No. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We don't typically stay in KOAs because we have no need for the amenities they usually have. However, this got the best reviews in the area and were Open in mid-November! Good size PT site. Not the biggest width-wise, but certainly fine at this time of year. Owner is super-friendly, even to the point of taking our LP tanks up to fill & returning them so we didn't have to unhook our toad. Not right next to the highway, so a little trickier to get there than the usual right-off-the-highway KOAs, but not bad. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This KOA is a gravel parking lot with some weeds and a few scrub trees with low hanging branches. The restrooms are clean and the utilities function correctly. Their Wi-Fi is very slow and drops frequently (non-functional). There is a nice dog run. OK for overnight but we will look for a different facility when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good campground, friendly staff, level sites that are not too close together. Freeway noise not a big problem. Showers and bathrooms clean and well kept. Dog walk large and dogs love the off leash time. A sign needs to be posted on the freeway from the south and also an arrow into the park as the GPS took us on the wrong street. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This KOA is a gravel lot with a few trees and weeds. It's in a great location and the office is very friendly. WiFi is great until the campground gets full. We stayed here a few days and would stay here again. You do hear the freeway/road noise at night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very desert like campground. Nothing fancy but everything worked well. Gravel roads and level site. We asked to have our site changed so we could get satellite. There were trees but in the way. Staff was accommodating. Our dog appreciated the small off leash park. Self serve truck wash across the street was great and we used the self service dog wash there too. Great facility for the dog and washer. Didn't use the pool or other amenities at the park. Interstate traffic noise wasn't bad at night. Great location just minutes from downtown Casper. Good connection with Verizon air card and phone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Typical KOA parking lot campground. No shade, sites are too close together. Campground matches area, barren. My sewer hookup was clogged and had to dump at common dump site. Told management and not offered price adjustment. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We are so glad we chose this park, which happened because the others closer to town were full (rodeo and other events going on.) The owners are friendly and helpful. The campground is gravel, sites are adequately spaced, wifi is excellent, bathrooms are spotless, store/office has good variety of tourism materials and some basic groceries. It appears every site has a table, and the tent sites have a shade structure. The pool and spa are indoors, and there is a small outdoor playground. Beautiful views of the valley and Casper Mountain, and highway noise is diminished later. We looked at the other places and in comparison, this KOA is the best location and very well kept. It is only minutes from town, and we aren't cramped as the older parks appear to be. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We broke down on the way to here and instead of charging the whole deposit, they only charged the $10 cancelation fee. We called to cancel around 2PM. We have stayed here before and is just a desert campground with good cable, large pull-thrus which are level. It's not pretty but it works. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The check in process was fast and easy. The cabins were clean and nice. It would have been nice if the cabins were also pet friendly. Having the dog at the campground was not an issue as long as it was chained up outside the cabin or on a leash. I do not like to chain any pets and traveling with my pet had not been an issue until I stopped here. Having kids at the campsite quickly became an issue as well when they tried to use the amenities. There were rules for the mini golf course and rules for the swimming pool. The managers were like hawks waiting to enforce them. There were so many rules in fact that staying in the campground was more of a pain than a vacation! Now don't get me wrong, some rules are good, but when your 16 year old is not old enough to watch your 10 and 12 year old in the pool while mom gets some much needed R and R, that quickly becomes an issue. Another downfall is there is not any shade, and the interstate is really close by. Dust allergies become a problem and safety of children as well. I definitely will not be staying here again. I'd rather pay the same price and stay in hotel. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
You can sum up this campground with one word – Spartan. It is a small campground that is difficult to find the entrance (don’t follow Garmin) right off the Interstate. The place is all rock or dirt with level sites but no grass or trees with plenty of room for big rigs – and some huge camp sites. All of the basics (water, etc.) were good. The campground is located in an old industrial area near Bar Nunn with plenty of wind and about 6 miles from Casper. We did not use any of the amenities other than the cable TV and Wi-Fi. Both were very poor with only 15 stations – all of the worst TV stations you can think of unless you want to buy stuff from TV ads. The Internet was poor then good then poor. Not sure why but they may have a bandwidth problem. Even with all of these negatives, we would recommend this place as a good overnight stop – no long term but overnight would be okay and if we come through Casper again, we will stop here. With this said, we feel a strong 5 is warranted as most people stop here as “overnight.” We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park entrance was not well defined, there is no security here, the park is open to the street with numerous drive ways. My site was really close to another rig. Site was bare ground with a extreme pitch. I really couldn't believe this was a KOA. A lot of oil/construction workers staying in park. Behind me was a travel trailer that regularly left there dog outside with no one there. I did not enjoy my stay there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Check in was simple as we had called ahead. Spaces are short. We did not completely fit in the space with a 40 ft motorhome and a toad. The noise from the interstate was a bit annoying. All in all it is acceptable for an overnight stay. We would stay here again for a one night stopover only. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Casper KOA has not changed over the years. It is a good place to stay. Services are always good. Due to it's location there is no trees and the entire place is gravel, level and easy to get into and out of. This is the best place to stay around Casper. Fort Casper is the only other RV Park, but it is getting better from the last few years but not better than Casper KOA. I will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our 2nd Summer staying at least 3 weeks each time. Great location even though it is NW of Casper. Friendly staff. Clean restrooms. Quiet park, but some road noise if your site is near I-25. We think it is the best RV park in the area. We will return next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy in and out. Non-typical KOA as it has an indoor pool. The Loaf and Jug (convenience store) down the road is too tight for big rigs to use, so fuel up somewhere else. Casper KOA is actually about five miles north in the town of Barr Nun. Interstate noise was not too bad. Friendly staff, but they all tend to talk to you at the same time, so listen carefully to all their instructions and rules. Dog run area is very small and just gravel. It's OK for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a pretty basic gravel parking lot, but the staff was very friendly, helpful with directions and the facilities were clean. It was well worth it to stay here one night just to visit the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, an outstanding exhibit. After seeing what emigrants had to endure, it's hard to complain about spending a night in an RV in a non-picturesque park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not a very attractive place, in a dumpy looking area. Short, narrow gravel sites with small grassy area in between, which needed mowing badly. Cable was very limited and offered little improvement over what we could pick up with the antenna (unless you are into the Home Shopping Network). In spite of an excellent Wi-Fi connection the internet was horrible, very slow and almost unusable. Some highway noise. KOA = OVERPRICED. OK for an overnight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Campground is approximately 6 miles from Casper. Gravel sites quite wide with long pull throughs. Cable TV and Wi-Fi was good. Has indoor hot tub and pool which was cold when we went to use it for the first time, one member of staff didn't seem bothered when we told her. She seemed more concerned with wanting to go home! Ok for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff is very unfriendly and rude. The toilets and showers wasn´t cleaned and the trashcans were overfilled with paper and woman sanitary. We won´t stay here again. The KOA in Douglas is much much better!!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
There is wilderness camping and there is camping to have a place to stop and sleep while you are on the road. This is a campground with easy access to the highway to pull into after a long day on the road. The area is gravel but it is very clean. The bathrooms were very clean, sparkling. I used the laundry room and that too was very clean. The staff was friendly and the merchandise and store were organized and, have I used this word before? Clean. We relaxed in our camper using the WiFi to catch up on our email with family and friends. You want a wilderness camping experience? Then drive the extra miles to find it. You just want a clean friendly place to spend the night when you are on the road? Then this KOA is it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here 2 nights. Good level gravel pull-thru sites. Laundry clean and owner loaned me an iron. Nice gift shop where we made several purchases. We were under a tree and could not get satellite but they had cable, so no problem. Owner very nice and helpful. Park was pet friendly. Owner was helpful with directions to interesting sights and places to shop in town. Would stay here whenever passing through Casper. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Worst park we've stayed in this year! Owner was snippity at check-in; made my wife so mad she wanted to leave, but there was no place else to go. Park had all large gravel so was hard to level and tough to walk on. NO SHADE!! NO GRASS! Lots of noise from I-25! Priciest RV park of our trip. Our site had cigar butts all around so obviously they don't clean sites. Our sewer drain had dried toilet paper all around it (like paper mache) so they don't clean drain areas either. They do have an indoor pool. We won't be returning here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The store was very nice. The pool was indoors, which was very nice since it was quite windy the day we stayed here. The owners were friendly and gave us good advice about how to get around Casper. The wife and I even walked over to the nearby lounge and played pool in the evening. The campground is actually slightly north of Casper, not far off I-25. As other reviewers have said, there is precious little shade. But it is a nice place to stay for a day or three while in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A quick overnight stop during which we did not use any of the facilities except to register. The staff was friendly and the main building was clean. The site was no more than a gravel parking lot, with just enough space to put out our slides and have a table between us and the next unit. This was sufficient for an overnight but that is probably the only reason we would return again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice park, although there is no shade to be found and it is right next door to the I-25 so be prepared for the highway noise. The indoor pool and hot tub are very clean and we enjoyed both of them. Staff were very helpful. We will stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We did a one-night layover here on our way to Yellowstone. The staff was friendly and the facilities were clean and well-maintained but the place is pretty barren and lacking in character. There is almost no grass and only a handful of trees. I-25 is only a hundred yards away so traffic noise was an issue. It was a clean, safe place to sleep but that's about it (the pool was nice though). The price seems a little steep for what you get. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for one night. The large pull through space #4, had great working hookups and cable TV. Park has a very clean laundry room, with a large store and a restaurant right next door. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park - as we expect when we stay at a KOA. Staff very helpful and helped us plan the best use of our one-day to visit the area attractions. Our site was level. Convenient to downtown and about a mile from the interstate. We plan to stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK for an overnight stay at best...if you are desperate! KOA needs to come to terms with what campers expect...something as basic as trees and grass. This was not even what I would consider camping since the expected atmosphere was sorely lacking. Internet connection was not working during the time we were in this location. Office staff was nice and did the best they could given the limitations. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
OK for an overnight stay. In an area that is light industrial, not a problem but not very scenic. Restrooms and showers were very clean. Basic cable TV and WiFi both very good connections. Plenty of room between sites. A little out of the way off I-25 but not much else in the area. Although noted as pet friendly, the area devoted for walking pets is a small fenced in gravel area that leaves much to be desired. Very well stocked store and gift shop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overpriced for an overnight stay but not much else available this time of year. Gravel, not very level sites, had a patio & table but were trashy. A few miles from town in a less than scenic but probably safe area. Good hookups, Verizon Aircard and cell service. Probably a good place for a stay with children during the summer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is actually in Bar Nunn, Wyoming (close to Casper). The staff is extremely friendly. It has a wonderfully stocked store with groceries and gift items. There's a beautiful swimming pool, and good laundry and restroom facilities. The downside was the limited area for walking pets and the industrial-type of buildings by the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We liked this place last year; so we stayed here again. It seems to have improved some in appearance. The grass areas are well kept and there enough trees about to look good. Some sites have a nice view of the mountains. The staff was very nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK place to stay for an overnight. Pool and hot tub are nice, but they close them at 8 PM. "Free" wi-fi is OK, but if you exceed their bandwidth limitations, they reduce your speed to dial-up numbers. Not really worth $45 per night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Although there were sites that had sewer connections, they seemed to be all taken up by long term rigs (They seem to be semi permanent residence, each had very large propane tanks and underpinning). They did provide dump site but upon exiting this morning we had to wait in line to use it. Make sure you tanks are empty if you plan on staying here. The store was not open during posted hours and was opened late. The showers were family style but were limited to three in one house and two in the office area. Without drain capabilities the showering in the RV was very limited. WIFI was supposed to be available but trying to log on it would drop the signal every time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
In my opinion this park was mediocre, no grass or trees. It is way over priced ($44 for EW&C). There were no full hook-ups available so we were way out in back and it was fairly far to the nearest rest room. There were three toilet shower combo's there, not enough for all the tent campers & Kamper Kabins. A dog ran loose in the park the whole time we were there even though we called the office about it. I'll find somewhere else to stay if I come back to Casper. The office staff were nice and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed in this campground many times when we visit relatives in Casper. Likewise, we have stayed at many KOA campgrounds. This one is average at best. The sites are all gravel with few trees and it is near Interstate 25 with some traffic noise. The reason I gave this campground such a low rating is they raised their rates to $40 a night. I felt it was too high last year at $35 and it is definitely too high now. I asked about the increased rates and was told, "everything is going up, so we raised our rates" What they fail to realize is that we cut our stay short due to their rates. Instead of two nights, we would have stayed at least four nights had the rates been more reasonable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I read the review above by the person who was turned away because of their dog. I am currently staying at this park and was present in the store when this incident occurred and I have quite a different view of the situation. I don't know what was said prior to the owner telling the guest that their insurance does not allow them to accept pit bulls and their kin. The guest stated that his dog was a Staffordshire Terrier not a pit bull. The owner then told him that this breed is also not allowed by their insurer. The guest wanted to debate the topic but the owner told him a second time that their insurer does not allow this breed. The lady behind the desk then politely made the guest a reservation at another campground in town. As far as the derogatory comments about the owner, we have stayed many days at this campground over the last 2 years and have found all the employees and the owners to be quite courteous and helpful. To each his own. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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RVers: Hide your women, children, and dogs from the owner of this park. We had barely walked into the office to check in when the owner barked (appropriately) that we owned a "pit bull" and that was not allowed and we had to go elsewhere. In fact, we do not own a pit bull, and while our sweet Daphne is a relative of a pit, we have NEVER been turned away and never had any problems with her. So, this owner's gruff language and assessment, followed by a storming up the stairs to not even discuss the issue had me standing there in amazement. We had to totally reroute our trip right there on the spot. I heard later from a different RV park owner that the guy has a reputation for being nasty; yeah, no kidding. We stay at a lot of RV parks -- and a lot of KOAs -- but we will never again stop in Casper, and certainly never in this KOA -- and we advise you to not use this park if you need to be in the area. Worst KOA -- worst RV park -- experience. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is perfect for an overnight stay. It is convenient to the interstate, but without the traffic noise. The people are very friendly, sites are easy to access and adequate in size. The park is clean and well maintained. Cable works well and the Wi-Fi is among the best we have seen in our travels. We would definitely stay here again if passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice level gravel sites and roads. Just enough trees, and concrete patios at many sites. The staff is friendly and helpful. It's away from the highway; so it's quiet too. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice stopover park. We were on our way from Ca to Mt Rushmore and liked the Casper area so much we stayed an extra night here. The KOA staff were very friendly and helpful. We did eat at the Bar and Grill next to the campground, and yes, it was very smokey. On the other hand, the staff were very friendly and the hamburgers and "home made" french fries were excellent. They offer drive up window service and take out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is based to buy 2 get 1 free hot deal. The park is a few miles north with a great view overlooking Casper. The sites were reasonably level and Cable TV & WI-FI worked fine. Indoor pool is listed as heated but we never felt any heat entering the pool and the water temperature was about 70, which is perhaps the desired level. After swimming some it was OK. Hot tub was warm but not hot & Laundry closes with store. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Fine place as an overnight or 2 nights, with an indoor swimming pool. The KOA is actually in Bar Nunn which is a very small and poor community. Casper is a nice town and there is a great walking, jogging and biking path that goes for miles through Casper. Avoid the recommended restaurant within walking distance, it is a bar with smoking. And do not fill up at the gas station at the exit, since I am fairly sure we got some water with our diesel. We would stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the best KOA's we have stayed at. We only intended to stay overnight, but Casper is very charming and the park was so well kept and maintained we felt comfortable extending our stay. Owners are super friendly and accommodating. Park facilities are very well maintained and managed. There are long-term residents in the park but all the sites and trailers were clean and well maintained. Very quiet park during the day and night. Shade trees are abundant, at least two at every sight, some are still growing so shade is not as much as the more mature trees. We would definitely stay again for any length of time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a relatively newer KOA with mainly rock ground cover. It is very well maintained and younger trees strategically are planted at each site. The facility is on the north edge of Casper in Bar Nunn in an open area, so it is susceptible to wind, however not dusty. The management is courteous ,and it is obvious the facility is well maintained because they pay attention to details. In years to come as the trees mature this will be a nice park. The pads are measured equally with about 10' between each one. The Wi-Fi works perfect and the cable TV is a nice addition with 50+ channels. While more distance between sites and better shade would be a plus, all in all this is a very well maintained facility with the best yet to come over time. The rates are a bit high, with the only discounts being offered for KOA members, but one only needs to check reviews of other RV parks in Casper, and it is a no brainer. For a very clean, well maintained and well managed facility this is the only real choice in Casper. This is especially the case if you have spent a week or so boondocking in the adjacent mountains/prairies. We would not hesitate recommending this KOA. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great overnight park, easy to get in and out. The park is very clean and well managed. The office staff is friendly and knows what they are doing. There is an indoor pool, great for those cool nights. It is a bit overpriced but glad to pay for the ease in parking. We'd pick this park again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff is very friendly at this park. The restrooms are clean and there are things for the kids to do. We have two dogs and there were not many places we could walk them, however. The park was overpriced for what you get. The Wi-Fi worked, but we got better reception from the antenna than the cable. The park is dusty and we didn't find it relaxing to sit outside our RV. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very nice campground. Easy to find and well laid out. Grass and gravel sites, perhaps a bit close but the pull thrus were plenty long and easy to maneuver into. It was priced rather high (price includes KOA "discount") but that is typical of KOAs in my opinion. There were no sites available at other campgrounds in the area but we would stay here again if the if there was nothing else available. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We parked in the 30 amp with water and electric only. Restrooms & Showers on that side of the park are individual rooms with shower, toilet and sink. The shower was one of the biggest we've found in a KOA. The water pressure was okay, the water was hot and the shower curtain actually covered the opening. The site we were on sloped to the drivers side. The ground was gravel with grass on the sides no more than 8 feet. The gravel is relatively fresh and so we used pads for the jacks. It's a KOA site with barely enough room for motorhome from side to side. The access is fine. It's on the north side of Casper. At the entrance there are a couple of big chuckholes. The interior roads are mostly good and even. The Internet is works okay. There is wind but haven't noticed any noise or excess light. The park is not far from the highway but it seems to be lightly traveled. The owners are okay. We arrived at 3:00 pm and the sign on the door said they'd be back at 3:30 pm. They did show up on time but it was cold so the waiting was not real fun. We stopped here for 4 nights and plan to do sightseeing in Casper and Douglas on our way to Yellowstone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Signage to campground good Have to drive through industrial area to get to campground. Good area to park and register. Owners friendly, efficient and extremely helpful. Access roads to sites wide and well maintained. Open, wide,flat mainly gravel and grass sites with the occasional tree. Hook-ups in good location. Electricity good but water pressure a bit low. Wi-Fi worked well. Quiet edge of town location. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice size sites, clean laundry. Convenient access to Casper. No highway noise or trains. We would stay here again. Rate reflects spring special..stay 2 nights, get one free. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A decent park. We were just driving through on our way to Mount Rushmore. It's a good place to stop for a night to rest and use the facilities. I would stop here again. Staff was accommodating with the things I needed and questions I asked. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park borders on the RV parking lot style. There is some grass, 8-10' between sites and a few small trees, but it is tighter than we like. The WiFi is slow. It's right off of I-25, so there is highway noise to deal with. Despite the lack of the campground feel, the folks who run the place are nice and it is clean. There are small picnic tables, but no campfires. You wouldn't want to set your neighbors trailer on fire! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The restrooms were clean and they seemed to have most of the amenities we expect in an RV park. We did not expect trees in Wyoming but did expect wind! We were not disappointed as there were few trees and it was windy. My only disappointment was the sites themselve. Our site was not level and small. There were some larger sites that appeared nice but they also could use some leveling (there was only a couple of larger sites. My motorhome had the passenger side wheels off the ground by almost 6 inches to be level! Worst I have encountered. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overnight only! Actually located in Bar Nun north of Casper on I-25, It's very desolate. Most of the "Regulars" are parked up near the Main building. I never saw anyone near those rigs. The new short time people are parked out in the "Overflow" type area. Hook ups include electric and water with no sewer. Dump station is near the office. Shade is sparse in this area. Trips to the market or restaurants are in Casper approx 7 miles away. Wifi works well, Cable has many channels. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A good spot for an overnighter or a few days. Convenient to the interstate but still quiet. Has an indoor pool and pet run enclosed by a high board fence to help block the wind. Free wi-fi worked great inside the trailer. Seems to be a popular place during the summer. We were there mid-week and it appeared to be full. Reservations are probably a good idea. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here two nights on our way to Cody, WY for a wedding, and enjoyed our stay here. Staff very friendly and helpful. Free WIFI that worked better than in most campgrounds. TV cable good, too. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
What the heck is KOA thinking. $26.00 for a piece of grass with no utilities to pitch a tent. We will just keep moving to a non KOA. This high pricing seems to be a habit with KOA recently. Oh well, there's always good sam, and the independents. We camped here in a Tent.
This park is just outside of town, but easy to find and the hosts were very friendly and helpful suggesting local attractions. Our site was level and clean. Free cable T.V. was a plus. Nice indoor pool. All facilities were clean. We would return. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This is WY and the environment is tough. This KOA does a fairly good job of dealing with it. Roads and sites are mainly gravel thus mitigating some of the blowing material. They enclosed the swimming pool and spa. They have tried to keep grass between sites in better sites and have a nice concrete patio with table as well. Ingress and egress is very easy and space between sits in better sites is excellent. Restrooms and laundry were very clean. We moved to two different sites due to extending our stay for business and had excellent wi-fi access in both. However, this is a typical Hotspotzz installation (formerly pay access) and any experienced traveler will know what to expect in terms of CG coverage. I did measure the signal at both sites using NetStumbler on a laptop and using an Orinoco card and found ~ -55 db signal, which is a very good level. I downloaded a 2.5Mb AVG update in just seconds. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our second visit. Excellent facility and service. Level sites with good spaces between. And the wildlife - near tame rabbits throughout the campground and antelope just across the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a dirty, dusty, wind-blown park with staff that are not too friendly. Wind kept us from using our awning and it was hot. Our site was littered with cigarette butts and very uninviting. However the Cable was great and the WiFi worked though slowly. The trees are more bushes and do not afford the much need shade. We will not go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice large campground. It is clean and they have many hookup selections. We took the one with no dump. No trees and only a little grass but if you have been around that area you would understand. I would have no problem staying there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Okay if you are desperate for an overnight place but be forwarned--dust, dust, dust. Long pull through spots, but restrooms are far apart and dog walk is not convenient. They adverse wi-fi and I specifically asked them when I reserved a spot if their wi-fi worked throughout the park. They assured me it did. It does not. In seven days here, we got the wi-fi excactly twice. If a non-dusty environment, convenient rest rooms, and good wi-fi is important to you, stay somewhere else. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We normally don't care for KOA. However this is one of the exceptions. The interior roads are very wide and the sites are big enough for larger RV's. There is a small city park right at the campground. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
New, but excellent, experienced owners. Very friendly & helpful. All parks should have people like this. Park clean. Sites level. The store has few supplies. We wished we didn't have to hit the road, as would have stayed longer. If you stay here, take a picture of the sign. This park is actually located in Barr Nunn! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The Casper KOA North has a very large indoor pool. The campground was located close to the National Historic Trails Museum which was excellent. Had some seasonals living there, but was not bad. It looked much better than the Casper KOA East!
There were several people there who were picking up their new campers from the Teton Manufacturing Plant which is located nearby or who were there to have
their Teton's worked on. Overall, it was a fine base camp. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Nice clean campground. Not much shade but they've got trees planted. Only problem was no sewer with 50 amp. They said they presumed if you had a rig that big you had big enough holding tanks to not need sewer! Very clean & friendly people. Would stay there again. We camped here in a camper.
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Messy. Mainly a transient workers camp. Mostly permanent set ups. Reminded me of the
slums. We camped here in a camper.
Lady at office was very nice and helpful. Drove through the park to check out available sites and mistakenly drove up a one-way, and an older man followed us through the park and when he caught up with us, he yelled and insulted us for driving on the one-way. We were very apologetic and said we didn't realize but he threatened us that he better not catch us doing that again. I don't know if he was a long-term resident there or worked there because he had been in the office, but we were trying to tell him we were very sorry that we didn't see the sign and despite our kind response he continued to berate us. Needless to say, we did not want to stay in a place with those kinds of neighbors or staff if he was one. Also, there is nothing at the sites, just a huge gravel parking lot with hook ups. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Industrial campground on gravel parking lot. Caters to long-term workers in area, only tolerates travelers. Extremely utilitarian. Wi-Fi terrible, cable TV good, and showers clean. Office informative, but not friendly. Way, way, way overpriced even with 2 night Passport America discount. I would not describe this as camping, just stopping to empty and fill. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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If you are looking for a flat, overnight, quiet place to sleep, this is your park. If you are looking for trees, grass, amenities for children, this is not your park. This RV Park is a gravel parking lot with hookups. No joking! Also appears a lot of folks live here more permanently than passing through. The laundry facility is very nice and clean. Bathrooms/showers were not as up to par as I would expect from a Good Sam Club Park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The rate is Passport America. The good: utilities worked fine, site was level. The Bad: dumpy, muddy, barking dogs, andas the feel of an RV storage lot as it is so packed in. It served us fine for a one night stay traveling through but I wouldn't enjoy staying any longer. Note: the neighboring museum is inexpensive and informative. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Used our Passport America discount for a $20 a night stay. 90 percent of the sites are long term residents. The campground is all gravel. Sites seem wide but the way they are arranged we were literally an arms length from the next RV. The fenced in dog park is just gravel...no shrubs or trees. Laundry room has four washers at $1.50 and 4 dryers at .75 cents. Restrooms are clean but NO doors on toilets, just a shower curtain! Would not stay here nor recommend. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
While not a destination campground, a perfectly fine place to spend a couple of nights. Lots of long-term campers but they are mostly around the perimeter of the campground and were very quiet. They put us in a roomy pull-through in the center of the campground. Good level site with 50 amp power, water, sewer and cable. They have a small "nature park" that takes you back to the river and was good for stretching your legs. Office/store had a few snacks and ice cream bars available. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
One of the few parks in Casper that I could contact by phone and was actually open at this time of year. Pleasant owners/operators. Helpful in finding the park (it's tucked behind the Fort Caspar Museum and you have to take the museum entrance to get there. We spent a VERY quite night here. Lots of long term workers in the back-in sites around the edges, but many large pull-thrus in the center. Roads and traffic forced careful driving with a 40 foot fifth wheel. Would stay again. Trees around the edges of park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not a bad park. Lots of permanent campers there but they do not bother you at all. Place was quiet at night. I did hear propane heaters at night because sites are so close together. The gravel roads could stand some work. Internet was good. Bath rooms were OK, could have had more room in the toilet area. All in all I would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Okay place for an overnight stay, but not too much more to recommend it. Sites are large and flat, but very open and exposed. It is quiet, even with many long term residents. Getting in and out is tricky with a big rig. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects Passport America rate. The entrance of the campground is nice. But once you entered it you will notice it is just a huge parking lot (gravel with no picnic tables or fire rings) where you can park your RV with hookups. Also, the site is packed pretty close to one another. It is next to an industrial area, really nothing much to see or view per se. The nature walk is a let down. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very basic park. Kids were sad that there was no pool, but they enjoyed themselves doing laundry (OK, maybe not). We stayed for one night. If we were looking to stay longer, I would likely look to stay somewhere with a few more amenities. Verizon Cell phones worked fine in the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park had a lot more road noise than I was expecting. The highway at the front of the park is used by a lot of tractor-trailer rigs. I ended up in a back in site in between two long term campers because their pull through site would have been impossible to get into in my 36 footer towing a jeep (there was a light pole in the way). The site we had required us to use our jacks to get level. The entry way into the park was quite narrow between a big rock and the gate post and the road was rough. The Russian Sage landscaping was in full bloom. The staff was very friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Located behind Ft. Caspar Museum. No sign for campground on the highway so it took awhile how to get to it. The entrance is very scenic and staff was friendly, but the campground itself was a big disappointment. It is essentially a big gravel parking lot in the full sun with lots of permanent residents on the perimeter. There was no picnic table at the site. The bathrooms were very clean, but be advised that the toilet stalls have shower curtains rather than doors. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly hosts, clean campground with long sites for a large rig. We had a difficult time finding the campground, so call to get directions, but that wasn't the campground's fault. I would definitely stay again when in the area. The price reflects a Passport America discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our gravel pull-through site was reasonably level and just long and wide enough for our 40 foot motorhome and toad. Internal roads are gravel, bumpy and dusty. Entrance is narrow with a tight turn. Our site had been used as a pet walking area at least a couple of times and had not been cleaned up. Adequate WiFi. Adequate Verizon signal. There were some trees but none that blocked our satellite dish. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a nice, level, gravel site close to the office and showers. Laundry was very clean and nice. It is a short walk to the museum. Would stay here again if passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
They honor Passport America so it only cost us $18 per night. Gravel sites. Tenting area is available. Fishing is available on their ponds with no license needed. Cleanest restrooms and showers we have seen. They clean them five or six times a day! Wonderful museum next door! Lots to see and do in area! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Maybe I was excited about staying close to a historical site, and disappointed at the layout of the park. They cram visitors in so tight there is literally no space between RVs. It's rather complicated how folks are spaced in here too. When we went to our site, it was occupied and had to drive around the park again to find another one. The sites are all gravel, and for this location is probably one of the best available (we've stayed at others that were not as good). The Wi-Fi is good, the cable is good (once you figure out the channel line-up). We wold probably stay here again, but it would be for a short stay - overnight or two nights at most. They accept Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Full and crowded but fine for passing through. Showers and stalls were narrow, but clean. WiFi can be slow due to number of people using it. Would stay again at the PA price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects weekly rate for only six nights. We have Passport America but that is good for only two nights, cash only. Nice gravel park, level sites, good utilities, free CATV, free Wi-Fi works most of the time, Verizon hot spot worked great, many long-term residents but not an issue other than one neighbor yelling profanities at other residents of his rig almost daily. Nice paved cycling trail right outside Ft Caspar entrance. We would stay again, but either for only two nights or a month to cut the nightly cost to something reasonable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older park with many full time residents. The resident children playing outside my trailer were a little loud but kids are just looking for fun and they stopped when it got dark. The staff was pleasant and the price was great. Most sites available are pull-through, gravel with full hookups. There were fishing ponds nearby and lots of wooded area to walk a pet. This was a one night stay so I did not utilize anything other than the space and the hookup. Honestly, many of these residents are hard working locals living in a rather remote town in Wyoming. Being a full-time RV'er, when I come across places like this it reminds me of how lucky I am to be traveling. There aren't a lot of options in Casper, Wyoming but for a one night layover I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Turns out it was an easier park to find than I thought it would be as we approached. It is located behind the museum following the drive to the left. Plenty of room within the park to maneuver even the largest rigs however the entry-way is tight (just go slow). Check in was pleasant and efficient. The park is all gravel making walking difficult with no grass for pets however there are plenty of places for them along the park's perimeter. Would have rated higher except was commanded to move my car while doing laundry because "That's where the boss parks!" Perhaps the staff was having a bad day but a poor attitude reflects highly on park ratings. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park seemed just fine to me. It's definitely not that manicured look type place so if that's what you want you won't like it. Yes, it's gravel with little shade and there are a lot of long term and permanents but most were clean and I didn't notice any dust. Very quiet at night. Close quarters and a little tight for parking but doable. Showers were well kept. A small play ground for kids and another play park just a block away near museum. Fort Caspar Museum was excellent and an easy walk from park. Nice walking paths along river. Fun to watch the deer and geese here. I would stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice park for an overnight stop. It is an easy in an out with wide interior roads and long pull through sites. Roads and sites are gravel. We found it easy to maneuver with our 40 foot RV and towed car. It is in the city and close to shopping. We found the staff friendly and helpful both by telephone before arriving and in person. We did not use the cable TV or WiFi as we got good reception for our Verizon card and satellite TV. We did not have need to use the laundry, bath house, or game room. The rate posted is with Passport America discount. We would come here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects two days of Passport America rate and two days of full price. First the good stuff: Very convenient to the city of Casper. Easy to find. Long pull-thus. I try not to slam parks too hard when I write reviews but in this case, I have no choice. When we went into the office to check in, we were greeted warmly by the two ladies at the desk. We knew that we must pay the full price after the PA days but when I asked about further discounts for the next two days. A gentleman behind the counter jumped in the conversation and in no uncertain terms let us know that we get NO further discounts. OK, fine. My wife asked what other discounts we could get for the whole four days thinking that the military rate would be better. Again, the man very rudely said that we can't get any further discounts. There may have been some communication issues but the gentleman could have been a little more diplomatic. There are a lot of folks living here long term and in some RV's that, to put it mildly, have seen better days. Some have a lot of junk laying around, unpainted plywood skirting, batteries sitting on the ground and other eye-sores. I saw at least three dogs running around off leashes and many more barking excessively into the evening. Over priced for a long, but very narrow parking site on gravel. I no shade, very low water pressure, no tables, barking dogs running around and a lot of city noise. Did I mention dust? Yep, got that too. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in this gravel parking lot for just one night. I agree with the comments about being packed in like sardines, the permanent residence, and the dust. What upset me the most was the bathhouse. It is very clean, but there are no doors providing privacy; just skimpy white curtains. The shower is the same way and you must hang your things on a hook outside the shower stall. I like to keep my eye on my possessions at all times. They have lovely new sinks, faucets, automatic soap dispensers, but they really missed the boat on providing privacy for the women using the facility. One night and I'm out of here! (Our rate reflects our PA discount.) We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
WOW - this place is a dump! Don't waste your money. Between all the full time residents and the general lack of care for the grounds, I would never go back. The sad part is, it's in a beautiful spot, and it could be a great campground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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This park is quite adequate for a short layover. It is all gravel but the sites are large enough. There are a lot of long term residents, but the park was quiet and everyone was friendly. No complaints, it is under $20 with Passport America. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in a 40ft motor home, Passport rate $20 a night. we stayed two nights. Park is 90% long term residents some units are pretty bad and have not been moved or maintained for years ? All gravel sites and level, OK for a short stay. Wi-Fi is pay for, not free. OK for $20, short stay. Not recommended for longer stays. Longer stays look else where? Did not look at restrooms. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There was no shade, no grass, all gravel. You were packed in like sardines. The dirt walking trails were so overgrown that you could not find them. There were no benches in the shower stalls to put clean clothes or towels. The toilets only had curtains for privacy. The permanent residence did not have to obey the same rules as over night visitors. Would not recommend and would not stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We payed for a week, but we left before staying the first night! Our site was a pull-through that had only gravel; no picnic table, no campfire ring, and no tree for shade for within 50 yards. The campground is settled by a very large number of long-term permanent residents with campers in all states of disrepair for permanent hook-ups, skirtings for insulation, and just junk. The man who checked us in was, for no reason, incredibly rude. Although we left before staying a night, we had to go back to pick-up 2 packages delivered for us by UPS: When we picked up our boxes we simply took our boxes from a pile with no one questioning if they were even ours. Without question the worst campground I ever paid to stay at! We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Good park for an overnight. Paid the Passport America rate. Rigs park close together and there are many energy workers parked for long term. The parking surface is gravel. The park owner is real nice and was very helpful. You may wash your rig here with no problems, my neighbor told me. All utilities were good. We would stay again for a night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose Ft. Caspar as a Passport America park. Glad we did. It's pretty basic and it's mostly monthly people, but we enjoyed our nightly stay. Not much in the way of shade; it's all gravel, but the sites are totally level. Staff was great and helpful with local restaurants. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park with FHU 50 amp, flat site. Our price was the Passport America, cash price. The park is a little hard to find, as it is located behind the Ft. Casper Historical Site and Google maps took us the wrong way. Find Ft. Casper and just turn in there and follow the signs. We will definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived late and all the lights were out. We had no idea where to go once at the campground. I walked around the corner of the office and here was a guy sitting on the golf cart talking on the phone. He wouldn't give me the time of day. I asked how I check in and he pointed to a spot on the dark wall that said night buzzer and he turned and started talking on the phone. He turned out to be the night maintain guy. The lady wasn't much nicer. Then we pull around the corner and the entire campground is a gravel parking lot and it is entirely fenced in like you are in a prison. The bathrooms were very clean and nice but If you want to relax this is not the place to stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
As others have noted, this is a no frills park, but it's kept well and the roads are quite wide so maneuvering into sites is easy. The staff is very friendly and I was surprised to find that they had already processed our check-in when we arrived. The price reflects 2 nights at the PA rate plus a weekly rate for a 50A pull-through. There are lots of long term residents but all the sites are well kept. The park is convenient to the city and major highways but without the highway noise. Satellite TV reception is easy to get and the Verizon signal is good. There is Wi-Fi but we didn't use it because there is a charge for it. One nice thing is that the park doesn't mind if you wash your RV, something lots of places are uptight about or charge for. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We found this park to be pretty much a gravel parking lot with very little shade and a LOT of permanent campers living there. The $21 rate reflects the Passport America rate and must be paid in CASH only. We used it as an overnight stopover and it worked for that. I doubt that we would have any reason to stay there for any longer. It is close to restaurants and a Super Walmart. I definitely wouldn't stay there if not for the Passport discount. Cable TV was fair. I believe that WiFi was available for a fee but we didnt use it. Utilities worked OK and the staff was friendly. Its about 8-10 miles from I-25. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
"No muss, No fuss." That really does sum it up. This is a great place to park your rig and see the sights. Like other reviews have said, there are lots of full time folks here but the camp is very well maintained and the folks are real friendly. We stayed here on our way to Yellowstone National Park and we will stay here on our way back as well. We did not use their Wi-Fi because you have to pay extra for it so we just tethered off of our cell phone. If your RV needs repair they have a connection with someone who can come out to your site and fix things. Bottom Line: Great place, good price (ours reflects Passport America discount). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our kind of campground. No muss; no fuss; no amenities. Long level sites, full hook-ups or not (at a reduced fee); good open satellite dish coverage; quiet neighbors; few children seen or heard. There are a lot of permanent residents, but the park is clean and neat. It's near Fort Caspar and the fairgrounds and restaurants are close. I imagine in late summer the mosquitoes would be really annoying. The campground in is a bend of the North Platte River, but has several standing ponds. The front desk people were terrific. Finding the campground was interesting, but our GPS led us there eventually. We'd definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here overnight on our way to Mount Rushmore. This is an okay place to stay overnight if you don't need any amenities. There is a playground for the kids and a basketball hoop. Outside of that, it is just a gravel park. The laundry room and showers were clean. It's $1.50 to wash and 75 cents to dry, which I thought was reasonable. Wi-Fi costs extra but my Verizon wireless card had a good signal so we skipped the extra charge. The best thing about this RV park is the location. It is right by the river and walking distance to Fort Caspar. We would stay here again but would probably try somewhere else first. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
You need to pay attention to directions to get to the park, they are somewhat confusing. The park has quite a few long term and a lot of stuff seems to be accumulating. The restrooms could have been cleaner. We would stay here as a stopover if in the area, but not much for attractions. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects 2 nights at PA discount. Two nights is all they would allow for the discount. All gravel area. Satellite and Verizon card worked well. Probably wouldn't stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped in here for an overnight. The rate reflects a Passport discount. They said there were no pull through sites available. Turns out there were several vacant pull through sites that night. Guess the discount gets you a back in. The entire place is gravel, which made it very dirty. The staff was friendly and helpful. Even gave us microwave popcorn. Decent place for an overnight, but only if you get 1/2 off. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good enough place for one night. Easy check in. Near a river and has two ponds but no swimming. Wi-Fi is available for 5.95 a night. The Verizon and sprint air cards work great so saved that much. My rates reflect Passport America with 5.00 per night for 50 Amp. Saved about 8 dollars with the Passport America which is about all a person can expect any more with all the extra charges the campgrounds throw in. This place is all gravel and dusty. No shade trees but wasn't hot the day we pulled in (75 degrees) and got down in the 40's that night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is totally graveled with no picnic tables. Staff is friendly and within walking distance to the Ft. Caspar Museum. Have stayed in one of the other parks here and feel this one is the better. Lots of room in the pull throughs (38' Big Horn 3600 5'ver), so that you don't have to unhook if you don't want to. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice staff. Lots of full timers here. The park is nothing great (gravel roads, no grass anywhere) but would stay here again because of the location (fairly close to things) and the price - not for a long stay, though. We had full hook ups, OK cell service (not great) but no internet. Our AT&T air card would not work so we finally decided to pay for one day on some sort of RV Wi-Fi service. The rate reflects a Passport America membership. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park overall is OK for an overnight stop. Not a destination. Many permanent campers. The entrance and exit was VERY Tight for a 43' diesel motorhome. No pool, no spa. Nothing special. A little expensive for what they offer if you don't belong to Good Sam or Passport America. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate shown is Passport America discount. Site was a gravel back in and slightly unlevel. No table provided. Office manager gave a good background on all services in the park. Walking trail leads to the river. WI-FI costs $4.95 for the first 24 hours. Cable TV reception snowy on many of the channels. We camped here in a Motorhome.
OK place for a night or two, but would probably not stay here much longer. It's all gravel, no grass. Located right on the river but not very scenic. Has lots of permanent workers in run-down camping trailers with multiple vehicles parked on their sites. What staff we met were friendly and helpful. Rate we paid was Passport 50% off rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here one night and it was the first time we tried it. It was quiet and clean, which are two things we appreciate. The price was a little high for this time of year. We will go back as we come this way every spring. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a quiet campground behind Fort Caspar. The park has a good number of permanent campers, but their sites are maintained and neat. The RV sites for overnighters are in the center of the park, level and large, with good gravel and drainage in wet weather. There is a small fenced dog area, but you can walk in other areas as well. It is wide open, so satellite service and Verizon card are good, but they also have cable TV: 12 stations only if you do not have a box receiver in your RV. You are close to shopping you may need, and the Fort Caspar Museum and reconstructed buildings are quite interesting, and close!! We will stay here again if in Casper. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location, just behind Fort Casper. Close to attractions and close enough to city. They have a policy of No Refunds and they mean it, so pay by the day if you are not sure how long you plan to stay. During our trip this Fall this was the only camp ground we encountered (other than in Jasper National Park) where they were full. Definitely would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great location, and generally quiet near Ft Casper museum. Lot of long-term patrons, but a well kept and clean campground. Gravel sites, fenced dog runs, and safe for children. Would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We are Passport America. We came in expecting a $15 rate. They asked if we were 50 amp wired, we were and said so. They added $5 because they don't allow adapters down to 30 amp. It was well kept, clean, lots of permanent residents but not junkie. A number of dogs but under control (leashes). Not bad, but not a destination campground unless your activities will be elsewhere in or around Casper. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Gravel and cut weed patches. More than half are long term workers. Overpriced. Walking distance to the real Fort Caspar which is very nice to visit. Office has empty shelves and coolers with no goods. Rest of office is strewn with debris. Continental breakfast consists of packaged sweet rolls tossed on a shelf. LIMIT ONE PER PERSON..no juice, coffee, etc...Quiet location and easy to get to off main interstate. One night stand kind of place if you could only afford it! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good location to the town. Very large sites on level gravel. Not all that attraction of a campground, but well maintained. Additional fee for Wi-Fi with good signal. We felt it was overpriced. To be fair, all campgrounds with what we consider basic services seem to be overpriced in these northern States. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Large gravel RV park with about 65% long term. Location was easy. It was toward the inside of town, near a park, water, and museum so it was quiet. They required water pressure relief on all hookups! WiFi was an extra cost each day. This I don't appreciate. Worse, the logo of the WiFi provider add the word "free" directly under the logo. I generally avoid cost plus WiFi, but they snared me this time. I would not stop again unless no choice. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park was gravel with no shade trees and trailers close together. Appeared to have quite a few long term campers. Walking path that was a bit interesting with rabbits EVERYWHERE. Not a bad place to stay for one night, but anything more than that, I wouldn't do. However, for Casper, WY, I don't know if it gets any better. Not a great place to visit in my opinion. It was easy to get in and out, though. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good location to town. There are a couple of dog runs and a good hiking trail around the park. No pool, spa, or recreation. Great for a couple of nights, they accept PA for 2 nights, and have a good laundromat. CATV is included; Wi-Fi is available for additional charge. We stay here whenever we're in town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV Park was like a large dirt parking lot. We parked next to a lamp post. There were no picnic tables or place to sit outside. The spaces were very long but narrow. It is a park that you would want to spend only one night in. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice campground, we found it way after dark. There is a pleasant host, who was very helpful. They are upgrading water so some construction but we were able to weave our way around that. The sites are very big, and very flat. The cable was great. I Didn't inquire as to WiFi as we were only staying one night. We left early the next morning and it was trying to snow. It was very quiet and nice. It is not near the freeway but worth the trip (about 5-7 miles). If you take the loop when you leave, you will come to a Flying J just before you access the freeway so you can fuel up there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park was very dusty and dirty. It is full of Energy workers leaving early in the morning. Friendly office staff. We will only use this park as a last resort for one night while traveling through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly people running park. Good place to stay one or two nights with Passport America. The cost using it was $22 a night for a 50 amp, pull-through with full hook-ups. We had to stay two extra days and pay the full price. We felt full price was too expensive to stay in such a dusty place but understand they have to make their money during the Summer months. The town has many interesting historical places to visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Bare dirt and messy access. Wide, level sites. Not pretty but fine for overnight. Lots of extended stay working people, but quiet at night. We used our Passport America discount but they charged $5 extra for 50 amp. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflected Passport America rate. Unfortunately the campground is NOT how it is represented on their website. All roads and sites are dirt/sand. If there was any gravel, it's gone. Most sites are very narrow, but just a few of the pull-thru sites are surprisingly wide, wide enough to park my truck next to the 5th wheel. There is cable that's included. WI-FI is strong, but not free. Staff was friendly, but not overly helpful. The laundry facility was nice. There are a lot of permanent residents. (Office staff told me that as many as 60 were permanent.) Some of the permanent rigs are nice and well maintained, but unfortunately, many were very old and falling apart. The website and brochure handed out at check-in represent a couple of fishing areas and a walking area around the river. All of these were in total disrepair and there was no water in the fishing ponds. We felt like we were walking through a junk yard. I agree with a previous review of total neglect. After staying an extra 2 days because of a surprise spring snowstorm, we had to leave with the sand/dirt roadways turned to mud, rutted and potholes everywhere. What a mess. If nothing else is available, this is OK for an overnight stay, but we will look elsewhere first. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is located in a beautiful location along the Platte River. There is access to the river for wildlife observation and fishing. It is conveniently located near the Fort Casper Historic Site. The campgrounds gives the impression of benign neglect. The sites are extremely close together without even a picnic table. A large number of sites seemed to be permenantly or semi-permenantly occupied. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a basic rv park. The entrance/exit is a bit of a challenge for a big rig - not a lot of room to maneuver. The cable TV worked, the wifi is not free, and trees are few and far between. Most of the spaces are taken by residents. As an overnight stop, this place is ok. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not much to say about this place. Cable TV and hookups work. Wifi not free, and I couldn't login to find out how much it was, must have been down. Must be 50% or more residents in rigs of all ages. As an overnight stop, this place seems fine. Just don't expect much. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is not pet friendly. We were told at check in that there were two pet areas and were given a map of where they were. They were located at opposite ends of the campground, and they said that you must take the most direct route to the pet area and are not allowed to walk your pet anywhere else in the park. Needless to say, I am map challenged and started out the wrong direction. Before I had gotten 30 feet there was a man there telling me that I absolutely had to take my dog the other way to the area, and if I was caught again off the 'path' that I would be asked to leave the campground. I was not impressed. We were there during a spring blizzard which dumped over 14 inches of snow, and they did not plow the roads - or a path to the pet areas! The restrooms were clean but no private area to dress. There are long term units on the entire perimeter of the campground, and some of them are pretty shabby. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Showers and rest rooms were clean. The showers lacked privacy for dressing. The parking area is a gravel wind blown lot surrounded with semi to permanent residents some with a lot of junk around them. We wouldn't stay here again unless there was no where else to stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I was looking forward to stay in this campground. I was raised around Casper and from the website I thought this would be a great campsite. When I pulled in to the campgrounds and saw the conditions I did not stop. There were campers that looked like they had been there for years. Dogs were out on a tether and not supervised. Junk cars and they had a posting at the entrance that I had to stop and read the regulations. I would not stay here for any reason. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly staff, and very clean restrooms and showers, although the showers lacked a private dressing area. Several long-term residents, dirt roads and sites, no shade. Lots of room for maneuvering and rabbits everywhere. Very windy during our visit. Camped in 37' MH with toad. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is sandy--picture camping on the beach but in the middle of Wyoming. The location is great and accessible for the bicycle trail and other activities, but there is not a green weed growing! There's a lot of wind in wyoming and it blows the sand in this campground. Sounds as though the KOA at caspar is the better campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are very easy to get in and out. Trees are very small and of no use as shade. All
gravel and very dusty and hot. No tables. Restrooms are very nice. Electric power was very low. Staff was helpful and nice. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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Rather hard to find due to poor signing. Once you find it the interior roads are good with plenty of room to
maneuver. Many seasonal or permanents. Was quiet though. Not a place I would want to spend a lot of time as there is absolutely no shade, but a good place for a night when traveling through. We camped here in a camper.