Not a bad place to stay. We prefer the 'upper section' of the park. It is quiet there, but there are quite a few monthly's. Sites are small and park can be dusty as there is no paving. Staff friendly, but park is old and it shows. We stay here as we prefer to be out of town and will stay again.
We stay here every year and do enjoy the park. The monthly sites are in a separate area and did not detract from our visit. Site #8 is the best. We enjoyed the river from our living room. Staff is great and the place is peacefully.
KOA, what can you say? You know it will be OK. Not more, not less. It is not a bad experience here. Staff are friendly and seem to enjoy themselves and try to make sure their guests do also. Sites not large, roads are dirt, and right now no water at sites.
Best place to stay in Ruidoso without a doubt. Paved interior roads, clean, dust and noise free. Staff is top notch. Take you to your site and make sure you are ready to set up, give you the local newspaper, and really do make you feel welcome.
Park has been undergoing some rebuilding to update and improve on landscaping. Lots of things to do and the staff are friendly. (Some are more friendly than others as has been mentioned) This is our place to stay when visiting the area.
This is an typical older KOA, dirt roads, weeds in the sites, and small sites close together. Having said that, this KOA is well run and the staff we encountered were friendly. The place was quiet and we had a pleasant stay. Wi-fi worked well and the park was clean. Even though parks in this area are few this park has a good attitude and does a acceptable job.
The new owners are just getting their feet into a very large project of taking this place to where it should be. Good start on what they have done and great plans for upgrades to everything. Lots of shade and nice sites. Everyone friendly. Only drawback was the road noise at night. Why do they build so many interstates next to the campgrounds? If you stay here, have a pizza delivered to the site. Great food, good price.
This is the best government campground we have ever seen. Great sites, lost of room, beautiful view of the Snake River, and very quite. Owned by the city and they are very proud of it and it shows. Two miles off I-84 but it beats any campground in the area.
This is still a new park and has got to be one of the best on I-84. Sites are large. Thought was put into the design of the place and it works. There is even an LCD HD TV in the laundry. Two club houses and staff that treats you like family. The only sounds you hear are the birds. We wish every park could be like this one at this price.
Even though this is the only place to stay in K-Falls they do not act like it. Staff is glad you are there! They even take you to your site. Did feel welcome. Wi-Fi has great service. Park is clean and trees are trimed nicely.
Although this is an older campground and is not the best we have stayed there is nothing wrong with this campground for us. Like the upper sites better than the lower loops. Needs to have Wi-Fi. Everyone was friendly.
Sites could be a wider. Not much room between sites to enjoy your evening outdoors without looking in on your neighbors rig. Overall this is a great Rv Park. Staff is very friendly and will do anything to make your stay enjoyable.
This is one of the prettiest private campgrounds we have seen. Everything was in order. 50amp power is supplied by the park office loaning you a 30x30 rectifier. It worked fine. The park does not offer anything else but a beautiful place, no other services. It was quite and everybody seemed to be enjoying themselves and were friendly.
There are not a lot of choices in Nauvoo for large RV's so you stay at this park even though it is not the best. Sites are small and there are rigs arriving late at night and leaving early in the morning. Trash needed to be picked up, grass needed to be cut, restrooms needed to be cleaned, and roads needed repair. The staff was friendly, the power, water, and sewer all worked, so how can you complain. This is a seasonal park.
This is one very nice county campground that is RV friendly. Very clean and quite with large sites. Lots of fireflies and deer to watch in the tree line. Missouri River is across the parking lot. No reservations so week-ends can be problem. Work campers run the place, but they were very friendly and helpful.
At first I was offended by this place as it is a parking lot that allows you to stay overnight. BUT, it is a great idea for our National Parks. It was clean and very friendly. The concept works as a place to stay in the National Park with out any hassles. Sites require you to unhook any toad as they are not long enough to park both.
One of the most friendly staff's we have encountered. A quiet area. Free Wi-Fi that works. Roads are paved, no dust. Wide sites. Staff checked with us after we got set up to make sure everything was OK. Would stay here again.
We stayed here for a month and very much enjoyed it. Staff was very good and everything was as it should be. Sites are not the biggest, but work. Not a lot to do in the park, but St George is 15 min away.
This is a 'campground' not a resort. It is a quite place with beautiful sites on the San Juan Island. Getting there by ferry is spendy, but great once you get there a unique experience. Empty your holding tanks BEFORE you go as there are no sewer hook-ups.