This gentleman runs a very nice, clean, campground. It's not a destination park, it's a functional, "no-frills" campground. Other than a very pretty lake and nature walk that surrounds the lake, there's little to do here. Restrooms are very clean. No Wi-Fi. Crystal-clear cable TV has about 70 channels. Internet access is available through the cable TV connection. You pay a $50.00 deposit for the internet modem equipment, but get it back when you return the modem at check-out. No campground store. Very clean washer/dryer room in the office building. Propane available. Near the highway, a little road noise, but not that bad, especially towards the back of the park. Five-minute drive to the Texas Motor Speedway. Short drive North on State Highway 6 into College Station and Bryan. We liked the campground, and will stay here again if we are in the area.
Very, very busy campground. Some areas of the campground, especially near the river, had campers packed in like sardines. Former KOA. Nice hot tubs and pool area. Lots to do for the kids. A family campground, you must be watchful for children. Bathrooms and laundry areas pretty clean, especially given the volume of campers. We would stay here again, but not on a high-volume night like Friday or Saturday. Just too crowded for us to enjoy.
We gave this campground a 2, but only because of the very pretty surroundings. The facilities themselves rated a 1. We paid $33.00 for a water/electric site. We expected better, however, this campground apparently hasn't seen preventive maintenance in years. Filthy bathrooms. Laundry area and laundry machines were so filthy that we opted to do laundry at our next stop. Deep cleaning of the bathhouse and laundry room, and a fresh coat of paint throughout would do wonders. Deep in a valley, do not expect your cell phones to work. We would not return to this campground.
A former KOA. Spotless bathrooms and showers. Campground staff extremely friendly and helpful. Sites at the front of the campground are clean and neat. Those in the back of the campground (long-term use) are less so. Easy access to Greensboro. The highway is nearby but the noise is not bothersome. Grounds are well maintained, although kind of muddy after a rain. We will gladly stay here again.
Great place to stay for an overnight. Friendly owner takes you right to your spot. Smooth, level gravel sites. Spotless bathrooms and showers. Good Wi-Fi. A very welcome resting place after a long day's drive. Will stay there again.
Campground pluses: Scenic area. Convenient location. Friendly staff. Nice, fenced-in dog run. Good Wi-Fi when operating. Awesome pancake breakfasts. Campground minuses: An old, former KOA that shows its age. While adequate for an overnight stay, the whole place could use a major upgrade. Steep, narrow, horrible roads, with deep gullies on each side. Several back-in sites are a "challenge" (to put it politely) to get into. Water was out for two days after a storm knocked out a pump. Wi-Fi was good until a storm knocked that out too.
Very nice, extremely clean, well-maintained campground. Cleanest bathrooms/showers that we've seen in a long time! Spectacular views. Friendly office staff. We were escorted to our site. Wi-fi worked great. Campground is close to I-25, exit #460, but we didn't hear any road noise. We will stay here again the next time we are passing through the area.
Very nice, well-maintained overnight campground. Extremely clean bathrooms/showers. Reasonable price for full-hookup site. Only thing that kept this campground from getting a 10 rating is the spotty wi-fi; it was very slow, and we kept getting booted. Other campers said the same thing. We'd stay there again if we were passing through.
Adequate overnight campground. As is typical of most KOAs, was way overpriced for what we got. Paid $32.50 for a site that had very old 30 amp service. The campground circuit breaker popped twice, and we were using one roof AC, and nothing else, not even the TV. Wi-Fi was spotty, and we kept getting booted. Office staff was extremely friendly. We found this campground to be OK for an overnight stay, but at a price of $33.00 a night we'll go somewhere else next time. There are better campgrounds to be found for less money. (By way of example, the very next night we stayed at the Cedar Rail campground in Raton, NM, and paid $25.00 for a beautiful 50 amp site.)
The Limon KOA is highly recommended. Owners were very friendly. Even though the campground was not "officially" open for the season, the owners greeted us and let us spend the night there. In fact, we were the only ones in the campground! The restrooms and showers were spotless, as was the rest of the campground. The owners filled our propane tank the next morning and we were on our way. A great campground for an overnight, as there isn't much to do in Limon. No reflection on the campground at all, but the Flying J (near the campground) is certainly NOT up to the standards of other Flying Js that we have seen across the country. The store was cramped, and the gas pumps are not big-rig friendly at all. We were a nervous wreck trying to negotiate the maze of cars and trucks as we worked our way to the gas pumps. As Flying Js go, the one in Limon was a dump!
Very friendly staff. Restrooms and showers were immaculate. Campground was very clean and neat. If you're hungry, you have to try the Longhorn Cafe, a short drive from the campground. Their buffet dinners are superb! Highly recommended. We'll stay at this campground again!
We really liked this campground. The staff was super friendly, and the campground was immaculate. Bathrooms and showers were spotless. The staff suggested a superb buffet restaurant in town called the Longhorn. We will stay at this campground again if we're passing through Amarillo in the future.
A good overnight park, or place to stay while exploring Savannah. Clean showers, bathrooms, activity room and laundry room. Fair interior roads, with some potholes needing attention. Easy pull-through access. Lots of nearby restaurants and a truckstop for fuel. Very friendly staff.
An outstanding campground. Absolutely spotless showers, bathrooms, and laundry room. Excellent, very smooth gravel interior roads, with easy pull-through access. Quiet and peaceful, a short drive from I-95, but no highway noise at all. Their free Wi-Fi works perfectly. Very friendly staff. We will most certainly stay there again.
An excellent campground. Spotless showers, bathrooms, and laundry room. Good gravel interior roads, with easy pull-through access. Within a mile or so of I-95, but no highway noise. Very friendly staff. The owners hosted a free watermelon get-together for everybody. We'll definitely stay there again.