Very expensive for a basic electric pitch with sewer for 2 people. Poor wifi signal and no cab;e TV which I would expect at this price. Surprised to see that they change an extra $10 for every extra person aged over 6yrs. That really would make this an expensive place to stay! Nicely laid out and deer walk through the park, although it is a bit muddy. Park is about 2 mile from the center of Pagosa Springs where the main 'hot spring' resorts are.
Apparently the very first KOA campground - and certainly the best we have stayed at! Clean, tidy, every facility you need (although some of the water & elec sites around the edge do not have cable TV!!) Nice warm pool with loungers.
Nice park ideally located for walking into Cody. Bus pick-up for the Rodeo at 7.35pm in the summer. Sites a bit tight but understandably so to cater for as many customers as possible. Nice, clean facilities (restroom stalls of the 'small' variety!!). Good WiFi and cable TV included.
Stayed here in a motorhome. A very tight site - like staying in a very tidy carpark! An old picnic table and a firepit on each site - just bare earth - no grass. View of hills along the Snake River if you get one of the 4 sites at the western edge of the park. Immaculate washroom facilities, but having 6 combined toilet/basin/shower rooms for use by both men & women = restricted access at busy periods. No trails from the campground except about 100yds along the riverbank. 12 miles south of Jackson and nothing else in the immediate vicinity! Nothing to really recommend it over other local campgrounds at half the price!
Arrived after office closed - no instructions for late arrivals but all 'visitor' sites empty (site seems to be mainly residential)so no trouble setting up. All sites have sewer connections despite some being marked 'water & electric only'. Very old shower block: cold and drafty. Showers have to be held on constantly to get water. Wi-fi might be available but password required at additional charge! $44/nt for very basic provision. There are better, smarter RV Parks in the area - better positioned for exploring Amish country.
Park looks nice but has very poor facilities! Advertised cable TV but the few connections between sites has 'male' connectors so you need a special 'box' on loan from the office (but only available during office hours!!). Connection points not located close to sites anyway! They also advertise Wi-Fi but they turn off the router outside office hours (10 AM - 5 PM), so unless you want to stay on-site all day rather than go sightseeing it is not available. Water, electric, and sewer available but not conveniently placed to easily connect to! No longer a Passport America park, so $35/night for a site with no facilities seems very expensive. Owner tries to push Savannah Tour pick-up from site at $26pp - not telling you that it is easy to park your RV downtown by the Visitor Center and use the free DOT Shuttle bus (or walk 1/2 mile!!). Recommendation: find another park when visiting Savannah!
Very tidy park, but not sure how anyone can say that the train noise isn't intrusive - especially at 3 AM as the whole ground shakes!! On some of the sites you'd be less than 5 yards from the track!! Sites very 'tight' - had to reposition in order that the slide-outs didn't touch the fence on one side or a tree on the other. Cable TV only has a decent picture on about three channels - you watch the others through a 'blizzard'!! Very conveniently situated for access to Historic Williamsburg - only a 15 minute bike ride away (or 5 minutes by shuttle-bus) and the rest of the 'historic triangle' - the best reason for stopping here.