Like all KOAs, This park was overpriced. This is a rustic campground with large and small sites. We had a pull-through that was wide and long and quite level. The amenities are good, the staff is very nice. We were led to our site. Tall trees and woodland grounds, no clear view of the southern sky. A little below average campground.
Dumpy campground. Was worth just about what I paid. Wi-Fi not available at my rig. The road into the campground is difficult but passable for a big rig. Nice open field with baseball diamond, basketball court and volleyball court. The areas for the permanent or seasonal guests were trashy but not seen by the campground area. This campground is also under major earthwork renovation. Small lake with beach...I would not like to swim in it.
This place is a mess. The park was full. The owner doesn't know which sites have 50 amps or 30 amps. When we finally found a spot, a neighbor said that the load on the line would pop the circuits in our section. It did! We had to go through the trees to get to the site because he had parked others in the road somehow.
Four dump stations by road on the exiting side so it is hard to swing around to reach one when entering. We went down a grassy hill, over a culvert and up another grassy hill to reach a field where it was obvious it was not a one cow pasture. One of the men at the park said we were lucky not to be on the chicken side. Grass was not cut with only 30 amp back-ins against the trees. My spot twisted my coach in such a way that my slide wouldn't close until I moved the coach. There was another section that looked better but was not available.
OK park but needs work. New shower house. Water and electric are oddly set. I have a 40 ft. rig and power lines were just above my back end and the sewer was set behind me, up hill, so I could not use it and old telephone wires were above ground.
Camped with a tour company. Old campground and not built for big rigs although they will fit. Tight back-ins. Travel trailers and fifth wheels must be put into site by park tractor. If you are over 30 ft get park help to back your rig in and wait until you can get the help. Amenities are above average. Park had been updated, clean and well kept.
Great little city campground in a very nice city park. On-site administration is a Park Host and payment is put in an envelope and dropped into a drop box. Clean, wide sites of back-ins, drive-ins, and pull-thrus.
If you want to see wildlife, elk walk by your rig early in the morning and lay down in the low grass. Park is heavily wooded and the roads are marginal for big rigs. Sites are flat and well spaced. Remember, it is a National Park, no frills. We were here with a tour group so our fee was prepaid.
We were here with an RV travel company. We made reservations to arrive 2 days early. We had to move to a new site 3 times, one each day, before we were finally set. They refuse to change anyone's site. Gravel tops in spaces are small but enough room between sites so that you can put out an awning. Campground has a back entrance that is used by locals to avoid traffic.
I don't give 10s. This park is the must stay while in the Black Hills area. On our drives we saw many other parks and they don't hold a candle to this one. About 1/4 mile from I-90 with no noise and very easy on and off.
Excellent park. New, has plenty of room, good WiFi, friendly staff, and is kid friendly. Be careful however. The check in parking lot is small, and medium and big rigs have trouble, especially if you are towing.
Good park, especially for families. As was previously stated, the storage is unsightly but the amenities make up for it. Well maintained. We had a family reunion here and the staff was super. The cabins are about a 6, but I think they are doing some remodeling.
Excellent campground. Campsites are at least 100ft apart and most all have some shade. Full service 50amp sites are very limited so call early for reservations. We are in the Dallas area often and will make this our home park. The only drawback is no Wi-Fi. Senior's rate is $22 with no gate entry fee.
Nice park, but it is west Texas. Drove here from Dallas in 40 to 60 mph winds. Park is level, and RV sites are multiple length so they accommodate different rig needs. Roads and sites are gravel and dirt. Friendly staff and cute novelty store.
Shame on you TT. I have been to TT parks that leave a lot to be desired but this one is the worst park in which I have ever camped, TT or public. The grass has yet to be cut and is knee high in the activity fields, some campsites were under water (one with a 5th wheel in it) and some of the electric receptacles were open at the back. On 40ft MH had to be pulled out of the mud by tractors after backing straight into a site. Add to that the distance this park is from anything and it makes a compelling case for going somewhere else and paying.
We were here for the Quilt Show. Nice little park. No real amenities. One shower, one washer and dryer. The waterfront is a pond in the middle of the park. Gravel roads and sites that are level. The park is a little over a year old and still feels like a new park. A nice place to park for the show. Many residents are semi-permanent construction workers that are friendly.
Good Park! Very friendly staff, good location to Williamsburg and other historic areas. Pool is older but well kept. Available space and equipment for families with children. The only drawbacks are that not all sites are capable of receiving satellite TV, the internet service is somewhat unreliable and the clubhouse is not open. We would stay here again.
Nice park for shorter stays. There was a mix up in the reservation. I drive a 40 ft, 50 amp rig. The reservation I made was for 5 nights. When I got there, the lady said my reservation was for a 36 ft, 30 amp rig and that I could only stay for 2 nights. A permanent resident told me that that is not a rare situation. Good roads, roomy sights, but leveling is a problem. It looks like the gravel is new and is humped in the middle.
Nice family park. Sites in F were good. Roads were excellent. Spacious. I rated it as an 8 because cable and WiFi cost. For the price I would expect those conveniences. Good for a long stay with children.
If you like canoeing, tubing, kayaking, and fishing, this is your spot. You are right on the oldest river in the USA. For a fee they will supply you with equipment and take you to drop off spots depending on how long you want to paddle. The surrounding area is in the mountains and absolutely beautiful. Staff is friendly but the campground seems to have been under construction or repair for a long time. Roads in the park are rugged but the sites are level and spacious. Call for directions.
We were here in the rain for 2 nights. Some puddling but drained pretty well. This is not a resort, it is just camping and club gatherings. Roads were rugged but sights were level with gravel. All sites are in the trees and spacious.