A very rare KOA. This one does know mean "keep on going". Staff wonderful. Grounds nicely landscaped, clean. Bathrooms spotless. Roads very wide. Sites wide and long. Dinner delivered to your RV is very good; nice selection of food. Key lime pie great. Only complaint is the gravel and dust, dust, dust. If traveling Hwy. 285 through NM again, would definitely stay here. Highly recommend it.
Friendly staff. No escort service to the site. Very narrow, unlevel sites. All gravel. Wi-Fi left something to be desired. Narrow roads and tree limbs made turning into sites very hard with a larger rig. Quiet, no highway or railroad noise. Large speed bumps.
Nice resort. Roads are a little tight and the sites are close together giving a cramped feeling. Was built probably before big rigs were popular. Well maintained. Pretty landscaping, large pool, nice laundry facility. Close to shops and restaurants. Beach is about a mile away. Friendly staff.
Too many branches hanging over the roads for big rigs. Easy to get scratched up. Once you get to the pull through sites, they are long and can accommodate a 42-foot rig with a 'towed'. Sites are mostly dirt/mud, very little if any gravel. Because of recent rains the ground was mud. First the levelers sunk into the mud. Then we used boards under the levelers and the boards disappeared into the mud. The pool was dirty. Not the greatest place to stay, even for just an overnight.
Wonderful, shady oasis in the Badlands. Roads are good for big rigs; sites are long. The pool was nice. Played mini golf. Staff responded quickly to branches that were rubbing on the coach. Enjoyed the easy access to the Badlands from here.
They have 7 different campgrounds in this resort. We were in Base Camp which has full hook-ups including cable TV. Site was long and good for a big rig. Road was a little small for manuvering. Pool was nice; staff not too friendly. Views of the Black Hills were great. Pancake breakfast was good. Only real complaint was the rude campers who could not walk or ride their bikes around on the roads to get to the pool, office or playground, but had to walk and ride right through your site even when you were sitting out having dinner. The campground needs to add this to their campground rules or post signs in the office telling people who don't seem to know any better, not to cut through other people's sites.
Good place to spend a night when traveling I-90. Easy to find. Staff was friendly. Roads could handle big rigs. Sites were long enough so that the 'towed' didn't have to be unhooked. Enjoyed an ice cream social, the pool and mini golf.
This park could be very nice, but it's not done and hasn't been done for a number of years. Now the bank has taken it and hired a management company to operate it. The pool has been under construction for a couple of years. The "game" room is not for children. It's a "gaming" room full of slot machines, poker tables and a pool table. The potential is here to finish the basic resort and make it a great place to stay. Just forget about the "Mayberry" and "trains" that were in the former owners dreams. Even the 6 trolleys purchased from Opryland don't operate through the grounds, but then, without a pool, there is no place to go.
Small campground, very easy to get to off of I-35 and Hwy 13. Quiet, very friendly and helpful staff. Great place to stay when visiting the Cities. Only 13 miles from the Mall and the Hiawatha Light Rail which takes one to the Metro Dome or right into downtown Minneapolis.
Okay for a night or two. There is noise from trucking company next to the campground plus the interstate. Roads are gravel and rough. Sites are gravel also. Not too far from Abilene if visiting sites there. Staff is friendly and helpful.
The concrete pad in the "Premium" section was spacious but that is as far as it went. Other than the landscaping around Koi Pond, there was nothing but weeds and dirt. The only landscaped site was one of the resort's owners. Things are in disrepair. In the tent area one pavilion is laying on the ground. The fence near the dumpster was falling over. The barnyard odors were not pleasant. The view from the back row of "Premium" sites is a gravel vehicle storage lot. It may be the best place to camp in Moab but it has a long way to go to be a luxury resort.
Lakeview sites a large, concrete pads with parking next to pad for car. Turns in the roads could be a little wider for large rigs. While the lake is a long way away due to the low lake levels, the views are spectacular. The staff is very friendly. Laundry facilities good. We would stay here again.
It's a very nice park. The concerns are narrow roads and narrow sites, low tree branches, very sporadic wi-fi connections. Sometimes the wi-fi would work but most of the time it didn't. The staff is very friendly, helpful and concerned about your enjoyment. If you need your rig washed and waxed or the carpet cleaned have the office call Nick at Ultimate Detailing. We were very satisfied with their work. We would definitely stay here again and recommend it to others.
A great campground! Large sites, wide roads, wonderful staff. The option of ordering dinner and having it delivered to your site is nice. The food was excellent. We also enjoyed the continental breakfast they offer. Laundry room was large and very clean.
The park is easy access to I-40 and has no problems accommodating 42' rigs with a toad with no need to unhook. The owners are very friendly. You can order dinner from the office and it is delivered to your campsite. Besides full dinners, pizzas and desserts are also available. Food was good. Would definitely stay here again.
This park is truly big rig friendly with nice turning radiuses on their roads, and long wide sites. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The highway noise was minimal. We stayed here in a 42 ft. coach.
First off, we tried calling ahead for two days and got only voice mail stating that there is room in the CG for that night. It was the same message for both days !! When we finally got here there was a note on the door saying " back at 1pm " We waited because we needed the utilities before heading home. CG is mostly permanent run down, shabby units with only a few overnight sites with full hookups. The owner/manager has four small yapping dogs that irritate easily. The in/out road is OK but the CG is hilly and the roads are bumpy and very narrow. Our site has dog waste from a previous RV'er. We will avoid this one at all costs. Our patience is running pretty thin with these older KOA facilites.
The only thing that this Park could do better is to trim their trees from side to side and up to at least 15' above the roads. The staff was superb and the work/campers were extremely helpful. We truly enjoyed our stay and the surrounding Charleston,SC area. This County Park offers a wealth of activities for all ages.
We stayed here to visit Louisville area attractions and that is about all that this KOA is good for. The sites are extremely narrow. There is a railroad switching operations only feet away. We had to back out of the site. The turning radius to exit was blocked by towed vehicles necessitating a back up maneuver. However, for all this campground's faults, we found the staff very helpful in getting us in and out of our site. The campground is also a gas/diesel station with a convenience store which adds to the noise factor. We will not stay here again.