If it’s windy, it must be Wyoming! We heard this often. Yes, it was a bit windy off and on during our 5-night stay. We were at the back-side (newer area) of the park. Downside, the trees are not mature. Upside, the spots are larger and all pull-through. They are also a little farther from the road noise and most important, closest to the Dairy Queen! If you’re one to have to use your awning, then Cody isn’t for you. The park store is quite adequate and offered many of the same items found in town and were a little less in cost too. Park staff was very friendly and knows the town. Cody itself is fun and a great place to spend a few days. The park is very well maintained. My only complaint about the park is the non-existent, free Wi-Fi. It worked well enough to access their home page and that was it. Simply trying to access Hotmail yielded only time-outs. I was told that I could take my laptop to their laundry room and plug in (said too many people must be trying to download movies so the system was overloaded). Over 5 days, I tried at just about every hour of the day from 6am to midnight: no luck. Thank goodness for smartphones.
Great find for an overnight stay. We found the park quite easily BUT keep alert as the turn into it is very easy to miss; it’s a small road on the east side of the Fort Bridger State Park. The manager saw us pull in and came right out to meet us. It had been a 12-hour drive day for us and we were exhausted. He could not have been sweeter, noticed our veteran license plate and offered us a better than rack rate which was also the same as the Good Sam rate. Knowing we were here for only one night, he had held a spot right next to the office and restrooms which we appreciated as we were only hooking into power that night. The park was very quiet and is a couple of miles from the highway. Our spot was level and of ample length to not need to unhitch. I’m sure we would have enjoyed a slightly longer stay if possible. We did use their showers the next morning. They and the restrooms were spotless. Manager said the Wi-Fi worked very well but I did not try it. I have no reason to doubt his word.
Older park at the north end of Cedar City. Easy in and out. We were traveling with friends and had two spots at the back of the park (23 & 24; spot 24 has great shade). The back area of the RV park is farthest from the road and quiet; we heard no night-time road noise. Even though it’s an older park with some permanent residents, it’s well-kept and the level pull-through sites long enough to handle our rigs and trucks without unhitching. Cable worked well as did the free Wi-Fi. Restrooms were adequate and clean.
Very nice park with a most friendly staff. We traveled with friends and were assigned spots 4 and 6 which are in the row farthest from the highway, so we heard little to no traffic noise. The level pull-through sites were long enough to handle our rigs and trucks without unhitching. The Wi-Fi worked very well. The park was full so we were glad we had reservations. Restrooms were adequate and clean. There is an easy in & out gas station just as you leave the park.
Typical shabby KOA with little attention to general maintenance. The park had been open almost three months for the season yet had weeds everywhere and the grass very dry. A storm had passed through a few days earlier and they had yet to clear fallen branches from our sites. We had called a few days prior to reserve two side-by-side spots, one with 50 amp and one with 30 amp and told there was no problem; the cell call was over 22 minutes as the clerk seemed new and not familiar with how to use the computer reservation system; she thanked us several times for our patience. When we arrived, our spots were not side-by-side and both were 30 amp. I had asked for both reservations to be emailed to me and only received the reservation for our friend’s space. No cable TV. The free Wi-Fi was extremely slow. I could get to the KOA home page with no issue yet could not load anything including Hotmail: it would just spin and spin then time out. The restrooms seemed adequate and clean though in need of some repair such as the vinyl baseboard in woman’s restroom was peeling from the wall. Even though it’s near the highway, we didn’t seem to hear much traffic nice. We do not plan to return to this KOA.
Very nice older park right on the river. Kalispell is a cute little town to base from for Glacier. They even have one of the best Wal-Marts we’ve ever been in. We and our friends were assigned B8 & B9 both offering good river viewing. When returning, we’ll ask for one of the four spots closest to the river in C row, as they offer the best views (and have full hook-ups). The B row has a strange hook-up configuration. B8 was fine but the rest of the spots in the row have one plugging in on both sides of the rig. We had water & sewer on the back side as it should be and electric & cable on the door side; it took us a bit of time to get the rig in just the right place to be able to plug into all the hook-ups. We noticed the other rigs in this row also ran one or more of their hook-ups under their rigs. Restrooms were very clean and adequate. We found it strange that they charged to use their showers though it was a minimal charge. The staff was very kind and took excellent care of their customers and the park. A set of serious thunderstorms came through during our 6 nights there. Within minutes, they were in the park with a truck and flatbed clearing fallen tree debris and making sure all were okay. A few days later, due to record rain fall, the river was rising to a point that a crest warning had been issued. They personally made sure we were all aware of the situation and also kept watch overnight to give us all ample time to evacuate if needed. Thankfully, the river didn’t crest and we left the next morning as planned. Due to a medical need for our fellow travelers, we needed to leave a few days earlier than planned and without hesitation, they refunded the nights we did not use. Good cable with a wide variety of channels. The Wi-Fi was amazing: best I’ve ever had in any park.
What a great find! Hardin is quite a distance from Little Big Horn and this full-service park in Garryowen is less than 10 minutes away from the battlefield. The staff was great and every camper gets a free ice cream bar at check-in. This park is very well maintained. Our pull-through spot was level and perfect for an overnight stay without unhitching. The spots are terraced and offer a lovely view of the valley. The restrooms were about the best we’ve ever experienced and we loved the Willie Nelson and friends type music played in them. Wi-Fi worked well. The park was very quiet at night. Some posts stated that the park was hard to find. We had no problem finding this park. Note that when approaching the final short stretch to the office to stay to your left and follow the road. That fellow that posted about the steep entry must have accidentally driven up the private drive to the resident’s home!
We’ve been visiting this wonderful park regularly since 1987 – we’re not shareholders…sure wish we were! Everything is right about this park, the location, the “feel”, the people working there…everything. It’s the one vacation my husband and I take each year in which we do not invite friends or family to go along…it’s OUR place. Reservations are accepted 6 months out for the month you wish to arrive.
We’ve been coming to this park for many years after having lived in San Diego and never knowing about it! A few years back we talked my folks into joining us for a week with their MH (after swearing they loved a Mission Bay Park instead). They extended their stay two more weeks and have been returning for the entire summer for the past two years. We just took friends with us who also fell in love with the park. There aren’t many options in San Diego that aren’t overrun with kids and water toys. This park is refreshing. The people are wonderful. The Marina Galley is a great place for a bite. The Trolley is nearby. I could go on and on and on and on. We always look forward to our visits. I call it my “Lucy-Desi” park as it reminds me of the parks in the movie “The Long, Long Trailer”. And…WE ARE NOT OLD…we simply appreciate a great place.