The roads and sites are gravel. Some sites have grass between sites. The WIFI signal was strong at our site, but internet was unusable. The site I was on was large enough for my 40' motorhome and Jeep tow car without unhooking. I would stay here again.
This is a nice clean park. Sites are concrete and interior roads are blacktop. The $37 rate was based on a 2 week stay. I would have rated the park a 10 except for a really screwed up Wi-Fi system and the narrow sites. I was in the section that has parking pads beside the RV space. My bedroom slide missed hitting my neighbor’s tow truck by 2 inches. We camped here in a motorhome and would stay here again.
Overall, it is a nice park. We have stayed here before in years past. Park maintenance needs to be addressed. Dogs are supposed to be on leashes but there were a number of dogs running around without a leash. Our small dog (14 lbs) was attacked by a much larger dog while the owner screamed at the attacking dog. I also noticed that a number of pet owners did not pick up after their dog had done their business. The power and water hookups were good. The Wi-Fi sucked. It was up and down like a yo-yo. The desk clerk said it must be my problem since no one had complained. I talked to other campers about the problem and they said they also had problems with the Wi-Fi. It is an easy in/out for a big rig. I guess we would stay here again. The rate quoted was a discounted rate. We stayed here for 2 weeks.
Nice clean park with easy access to I-40. Hookups and WIFI were ok. Roads were gravel that could use some patching. The only complaint we had was that the grass areas were over-run with very small ticks. My wife and dog had a number of them that required a difficult removal process because they were so small. I would not stay there again.
This is an old former KOA that needs a lot of work. The roads were made for 20' long RVs. We had a 40' with a tow car and had a hard time getting out of the place. The power, sewer hookup, and water pressure were acceptable. We would not stay here again.
Very nice clean RV park located on the bank of the Mississippi River. Interior roads are gravel so it can get dusty. Good satellite and cell signals. Water pressure and electric power were good. We would stay here again.
This park is an old, tired KOA that needs some updates. The internal streets are very narrow with a lot of large trees next to the roads which makes maneuvering a large rig difficult. Park rules are not enforced. I was walking my small dog (14 lbs) on a leash when she was attacked by my neighbors a large dog that was not on a leash. A KOA employee talked to my neighbor about keeping their dog on a leash but they didn’t. If you want to stay in the area you might try the Seasons in the Sun RV Resort that is located next to this KOA. Same price but much nicer looking.
Nice clean small park. We had a concrete pad. Good Wi-Fi. Right off I-70, but no road noise. The reason I did not give a higher rating was because of the access road from I-70. It was a mess with large pot holes. I would stay here again.
Sites were gravel with dead grass between sites. Roads in park were full of potholes which caused my coach to rock back and forth severely. I don't think I would stay there again. Their rates were too high. For $40 I could stay in a motel down the street and use their sheets.
Park was clean. Sites were grass/mud. Units shared water & sewer connections, Our unit was so close to my neighbor's unit I could not open my awning. I also thought the rates were too much for services received.
Nice park. Sites are gravel with a grass area that is shared with your neighbor. We stayed here for a month. We park our motor home here and then roam some of the great 4X4 jeep trails that are close by. The park is about 10 miles south of Montrose. It is also near Ouray, Silverton, Durango and Telluride. The $19 daily rate is based on the monthly rate.
A nice small clean RV park. Sites and interior roads are gravel. Good 50 amp power, WiFi worked 99% of the time, and site T-6 was clear of trees so our satellite dish worked. The owners/managers were gone most of the time but that did not cause any problems for us. The location of the park is away from the noise and crowds. We camped here for a week in a big rig. The only complaint I have: there is a lot of road construction going on around Ellsworth and this caused some delays. That complaint doesn’t really have anything to do with the campground. We would camp here again. The $35/day rate included discounts.
This is a nice small RV park. Lots of trees, nice swimming pool and swimming pond. Gravel interior roads. Two things forced me to rate this park low. The reasons were very poor electric power and WI-FI that bordered on being useless. We asked for 50 amp power site but all of their 50 amp spots were in use. So they directed us to a 30 amp site. If I tried to use more than 15 amps the power would go below 104 volts and our power manager would shut off the power. And over the weekend when more RV Rigs were here we could not even get enough power to run 1 air conditioner. The temperature was in the 90’s so we were not happy campers. The WI-FI ether did not work or was so slow that sometimes it would take over 5 minutes for a complete web page to appear. We stayed here for a week but would not stay here again.
This park is OK for an overnight stay. The Wi-Fi was very interment and they kept blaming Comcast. This park needs a do-over. It looks like it is full of permanent folks. Our 41 foot motorhome with a tow car did not really fit in the spot. It was clean and all the hookups worked. Their rates are too high.
Here is another tired old KOA. We camped in the flooded spots like the prior reviewer discussed. The grass at our site was 6 or so inches high and the site was not level. The 50 amp power started failing on the 4th night we were there. On the 5th night the 50 amp failed and we were required to move to a 30 amp site. We paid $43 per night after a 10% discount. It was a holiday weekend but the place is WAY over priced. We will not stay there again.
The rate is with a Good Sam discount. You were supposed to get a free hour of WiFi every 24 hours. We were here a week and only got 3 hours. The people at the desk did not know how to address WiFi problems. They said they would leave a note for the manager. The per day rate for WiFi was $4.99 which is way over priced. The sites and interior roads were gravel. 50 amp power was good. They had tornado warnings out but no one at the desk knew if there were any shelters. There is also a very loud siren that sounded at 11PM one night. The office was closed so we couldn’t ask anyone what it was for. We found out later the siren was for the volunteer fire department. There is an Army base near so there are a lot of planes flying around. We would stay here again for 1 night.
The park is ok. My low rating was due to the very Narrow access from Interstate. The trees in a number of places, rubbed my roof. A previous reviewer called the access road: "A nice curvy road for the average RV driver." I guess he didn't encounter a couple of 18 wheelers like I did. A nice pile of dog waste at our site also greeted us. We don't have any pets. I would not stay here again.
The road (Horton Highway) is narrow but not a big problem. It is a nice quiet park with long gravel pull through’s. Good free WiFi. We camped here for a week in a big rig so the $29 daily price was the weekly rate. We would stay here again.
Nice clean park. The office people were very friendly. Be careful entering the park because there is a large tree on the right side that could damage your RV. Gravel sites and roads. Good WI-FI. Long pull-through sites. Rate is Escapees rate. At night it got smokey. I never understood why people want to build fires when it is over 90 degrees outside. We would stay here again.
Nice clean RV park. Has gravel sites and roads, great WiFi. Site was large and accommodated our 40' motorhome and tow car. The only complaint I have is that our Alltel cell could not get a signal. We would stay here again.
Close to I-10, easy access. Internal roads are very narrow. Sites are grass. 3% surcharge if you pay using a credit card. Their WI-FI would only work near the office. It would not work at your site. Drive-thru sites are long. Ours was over 100'. Too expensive for services offered.
Their motto is " A new concept in interstate travel". This might be true if you are touring Poor White Trash campgrounds. Sites were full of fire ants. They need to hire some maintenance people and clean up the place. We stayed there 1 night but never again.
The entry road is narrow with a large deep ditch on ether side of the road. The park sign is very small. There was a larger sigh but the sun had washed out the printing. Interior roads were very narrow. Electric and water hookups were OK. The place is a tired old park that used to be a KOA park. The price was way too high.
This is a nice clean park with gravel roads and sites. It can get a little dusty if people speed through the park. We camped in a 40 foot motorhome with 3 slides and had plenty of room at our site. The only complaints I have is that one night 1 leg of our 50 amp hook up only had 105 volts of power. The other leg had 128 volts. My power manager shut off my power because of the low voltage. The Office person said they could not do anything about it. I was able to restore power to my coach by connecting to the 30 amp hook up. The other problem was with the WIFI. It kept going down. When I asked the Office person to call the vendor to fix the problem. She told me that she did not like to call them because they might get mad at her. I asked her what about her customers that were mad because the WIFI did not work. She just looked at me. We stayed there a week and would stay there again.
The sign in front says "Highest rated RV park in Montana". They have to be kidding. The park is way overpriced. The site we had was so out of level I had to lift the rear wheels off the ground to get the coach level. The sites are gravel with weeds and dead grass. The roads are black top but need some maintenance. The area around the office is neat and clean, but the rest of the place needs work. I only stayed here because the RV Park across the street did not have 50 amp power. I won't stay here again.
The park is located in town on a very busy street. The street noise was not noticable at our site. This place is very clean and neat. The lady that checked us in was very friendly. Each site is croncrete parking slab. Each site is landscaped with grass and other plantings. A Super Wal-Mart is about a quarter nile away. The WIFI and satellite reception was good. Cell service was also good. We would stay here again.
A nice, clean RV park. Owners were very friendly. Park is good for an overnight stay or longer. We had good satellite reception and their WIFI worked well. Sites were gravel and were a little too narrow. We could not open our kitchen slide without hitting a tree. We would camp there again.
This is a nice park to spend a night or longer. We stayed for a week using the park as a base site for exploring the area. We did eat at the Coffee Shop and the food was good and if you pick the nightly special very reasonable. The site I was in was about 80' long. All the sites were gravel. WIFI worked good and there is a cell tower next door to the park so our cell worked good. We would camp here again.
This is a very small RV Park and Marina located on Bridgeport Reservoir. The managers were very helpful and friendly. The sites were gravel and dirt. The pull-through sites were very long. Our cell phone wouldn't work in the park. We had to drive a mile or so to get reception. The WiFi was weak but worked ok. We would stay here again.
Park is located in North Las Vegas so it is out of the mob scene at the Vegas strip. Sites are gravel. It is located near Nellis Air Force Base so it can be noisy but they did not fly after 7PM. Good cable TV plus I could get the DISH satellites. They have electric security gates and require a $50 deposit for the gate opener. The Vegas strip was a 15 min trip from the park. We would stay here again.
Nice park, well maintained with new big rig sites. Sites and access roads are gravel. Good 50 amp power. We stayed in a full hookup site. Easy in and out. A gas station is located on site. We would stay there again.
Older park with gravel sites. We were there on a holiday weekend so park was very busy with golf carts racing all about. Our satellite TV wouldn't work because of the trees. The majority of sites were taken by seasonal campers. It was OK for overnight. We would stay there again.
The RV sites were near the pool and rest rooms. Our motorhome would not fit on the first site we were given. Our motorhome is 41 foot long. We did fit OK on the next site we were given. The sites were grass and dirt. We did not use the rest rooms or showers so we could not comment on how clean they were. We used a discount card and paid half price. The park is not worth the full $50 per night price. We would stay there again.
This RV park is ok, but is not a resort. Sites are mud and gravel. Lots of trees. If you want to launch your boat you better have a 4X4 vehicle. Good cable. WIFI has very poor coverage and was up and down a lot. People working in office didn't know anything about WIFI so when there was a problem, the owner had to be found before the problem was addressed. We paid $231 for a week. Rates are way too high. I would stay here again.
This park is clean and neat. It has black topped pull-thrus but sites are narrow. Owner spent a lot of time going over the rules with us and stated she would become very irate if we dared to drive on the grass. We were also treated to the sight of the owner strolling through the park in her bathrobe in the morning. Park is close to I-95. We were here for 2 weeks and would stay again. There is also an outstanding restaurant in town called B & J's.
Sites are wide, at least ours was. Site was grass with gravel thrown over it. Lots of trees which kept our satellite TV from working. WIFI was good but pricey $4.95/per day. Gravel access roads. We would stay here again.
Very tight to get into the so called pull through with my 40' motorhome. Had to unhook tow car. Sites were dirt. Staff was very friendly. No sewer hookup were available. I wanted to dump my tanks when I left but the dump station tank was full. I was directed to a full hookup site that was just vacated and was able to dump there. However I had to back up 60 feet while hooked to my tow car to be able to access the full hook up site to dump. I was not a happy camper.
The park is located on Henry's lake. The park rents docks and there is a boat launch ramp. The pull through sites are dirt and are not level. I was able to level my motorhome ok with the levelers. The 50 amp power was ok at between 106 and 110 volts. Water pressure was a little low at about 40 lbs. I was able to get satellite tv with a remote dish. This park is a low cost alternative to the much higher priced West Yellowstone RV parks. This park is about 16 miles from West Yellowstone. The WIFI worked 5 out of the 7 days we stayed here. We would stay here again.
The staff was friendly and helpful. There is a little dust because of the gravel roads. Sites are grass and dirt. It is 50 miles from RV park to Teton National Park. The RV park had good 50 amp power. There are a lot of trees in the park but we were able to get Direct Tv with our satellite dish. The WIFI was a little slow. WIFI is $3.00 per day or $10.00 per week. We would stay here again.
Very pricy and over priced park. We were told if we had visitors we had to pay $5 per visitor unless they were there less than 1 hour. The park is clean and well cared for. Sites are gravel which gets very muddy when it rains. Some sites are very un-even so your rig can not be leveled. When we were there the staff was not very well trained. For example, our rig is over 40' long and we tow a Jeep. They placed us in a 40' long site. I had to talk to the owner to get another site. They wanted me to park our car some 400' from our motorhome.
I would rate this park as average. The sites were black top. Maneuvering a 40' motorhome through this park was difficult. The WIFI was low power and very slow. In fact it did not work part of the time. The park is 14 blocks from the LDS Family Library.
Nice friendly RV park. Sites are clean and neat. Good WIFI signal. Roads and sites are gravel. We would stay here again. We were on two different sites and got a strong Direct TV satellite signal on both sites.