This is a well kept park with adequate space between RV’s and level concrete pads. The people were friendly and had a nice area for pets. The campground is mostly comprised of permanent and / or long term units with the daily / weekly spaces near the office area. The location is a peaceful wooded area with some road noise. Supplies are a few miles away as are the tourist attractions and Austin is known for it’s traffic gridlock so give yourself time to travel from place to place. I would have given this campground a higher rating if it were not for the horrible Wi-Fi connection w/ Tengo Internet. We were there for a week and although we had a strong signal from the router we could not get connected. Obviously, the bandwidth was the problem so if free Wi-Fi is important to you be advised. Since this amenity is factored into the nightly rate I think we will look elsewhere when we visit Austin again.
As another review stated, this is not what I would consider an outstanding campground. Management has not maintained the facilities and a number of the gravel sites have washed out areas. The layout (as stated before), where your neighbors sewer connection is right next to your patio / picnic table is less than exciting. That said, it is in line with most of the other RV parks in Branson. The restrooms were very clean but in need of updating. All utilities worked as they should and the Wi-Fi was excellent.
This is a good State Park. Most sites are pull through in Loop A and we had a 50 amp full hook-up. The rate includes the $8 park fee that is added. No cable but local TV reception was good. Wi-Fi worked OK, but depends where your site is in relation to the signal source.
The staff make this campground an outstanding place to stay while visiting the Colorado Springs area. It’s close to town and the cog railway. The restrooms are spotless. The Wi-Fi was excellent. The only drawback is that the sites are very tight for a big rig and many sites are not good if you want to use satellite. Local TV works fine. All in all this is a very good RV park. We would stay here again.
This is a good stop over park. We had the Good Sam rate. The staff were nice. We did not use the restroom or showers so can't review them. The park is clean, but the interior roads were very rough and in need of attention. The sites have a concrete pad and all utilities worked as expected. WiFi worked well, but no cable. We would stay here again when passing through.
This ranks in the top of all campgrounds we've been to in the last 6 years. It's expensive but well worth the extra cost. The staff was very helpful and friendly. They have a very nice indoor pool, the restrooms and showers were some of the best we've seen, and the sites are all level and roomy. We would definitely stay here again and recommend it to friends and family.
The previous reviewer was 100% correct. Trailer Life gave this park a good review and based on that we selected it. What a mistake. The guy in the office was not friendly at all. The road to get to the site was washed out and very rough making the dishes in the cabinet crash around. The site was mostly level but the water was located on the wrong side. Had to borrow a hose from Mr. Friendly and run it under the Motorhome. This park had a lot of permanent residents and didn't look well kept. We would not recommend this place to friends or family.
We stayed here with a group to visit Cooperstown. The campground is clean and the sites are well laid out. I give this campground a lower rating for three reasons: 1) It's not close to the things you come to Cooperstown to see, 2) Wi-Fi was not good and very unreliable, 3) no cable and very limited local channels. For the price we would not stay here again.
This place is a major dump. We stayed in the overflow area. The sites were un-level and the electric did not work at all. The restrooms were in major need of updating and the pool (if you can call it that) was full of pond scum. I can't believe this place and if we were not staying with a pre-arranged group I would have moved the day we arrived. So give it a rating of -1. No way would we stay here again.
This is camping in a mud hole. The campsites are cramped with electric and water on the wrong side. We had to run our electric and water hose under our rig. The Wi-Fi worked OK and the cable TV was fair. It was raining throughout or stay and water and mud were everywhere including just outside our door. We could not exit without walking in the mud and water. I expected this in Alaska but not in Vermont. We would not stay here again.
This is a good campground close to Traffic on Rt. 16 is heavy but the campground is off the road and backs up to the river. We had a site with very little grass and it was raining. Our site was muddy and water stood right where we stepped out of the rig. Not the best of places to be in the rain. Restrooms were in need of update but were clean. Understand you have to pay extra for the showers ??? Although we didn't need to use their showers I consider this a big negative. We would not stay here again.
This is a typical KOA, but much too expensive for what you get. We paid $63 after the KOA discount, for a 30 amp water/electricity/ sewer site that was not level. The check in was ok, but no information was given unless you specifically ask for it. Restrooms were clean but in need of a complete cleaning (spider webs, etc). The campground is a 15 to 20 minute drive to Mystic and I think we will look for other places if we return.
The park is on busy Route 30; however, it's far enough off the highway that you would hardly know you were in town. Getting in and out is a little tricky due to the traffic, but once there you could not find a better place to use as a base. It’s a beautiful park with many tall, mature, shade trees. Staff was friendly and helpful. We would recommend this to any RVer who wants a peaceful and beautiful park for relaxation. WiFi and cable worked well, and the restrooms were very clean. This is a great RV park.
Good location, nice people, clean, good price, easy access to main highway with a red light. It is tight and crowded at the front when you are driving to the back of the park where the "big rig" pull-through sites are. Once back there it was open and easy to get into site. Sites were gravel and a little unlevel. Our motorhome was under 35 feet so we were able to get a spot right on the river in the shade. The restrooms were clean but in need of an update. All in all this is a good place to stay for a few days. We will return.
The campground is 4 or 5 miles outside of town in the direction of Rio Grande Bridge. The sites are level with gravel for a hard surface so at times it can be a little dusty. The park is well maintained and the owners and staff are very friendly and helpful. Restrooms and showers are exceptionally clean but only one person can use it at a time. I would give the restrooms a 10++ The view is outstanding and rates another 10. The biggest negative we found with the campground was poor performance of the internet. Sometimes it worked and most of the time it didn’t. And when it did it was slow. I’d rate it a 1. All in all our three days here were enjoyable and we’d stay here again.
A great little park. Restrooms rate a '10'. It's a little difficult to get to and you have to pay at the RV Sales / Service Center which is not actually connected to the campground. All this makes it a little confusing. The internet worked well but it's cable hook-up and requires a deposit on the use of their cable. I would stay here again as it's a very nice & clean park.
This RV park has a lot of positive things going for it although at their rates, you pay for it. It’s clean and well maintained. They have a nice swimming pool and hot tub area next to a small café on site. However, the sites are small and no privacy between RV’s. Parking for your tow vehicle is limited and crowded.
A great campground with a terrific staff. The campground is clean and well maintained with beautiful landscaping throughout. Our site was perfect for us and our dog. Bikes are available for rent and were fun. Easy walking distance to everything. Trams are provided to and from the beach. I would have rated this a 10+, but the restrooms near our site (35) were not always clean (paper on the floor). My wife went to the restrooms in the other camping area and said they are much better: so it's just the staff responsible for that bathroom. The lady who worked in the camp store was fantastic. She gave us lots of information and seemed to enjoy her job. What a breath of fresh air. We would stay here again.
A GREAT campground with a terrific staff. The campground is clean and well maintained with beautiful landscaping throughout. Our site was perfect for us and our dog. Bikes are available for rent and were fun. Easy walking distance to everything. Trams are provided to and from the beach. I would have rated this a 10+ but the restrooms near our site (35) were not clean (paper on the floor). My wife went to the restrooms in the other camping area and said they are much better: so it's just the staff responsible for that bathroom. The lady who worked in the camp store was fantastic. She gave us lots of information and seemed to enjoy her job. What a breath of fresh air! We would stay here again.
Hard to find off of US 49. Not on GPS so it’s a little tricky to get here. Best to call and get directions. Super friendly staff and everything worked as it should. Gravel roads were OK. Wi-Fi worked at the camp site but was slow. No cable TV. Over the air reception worked fine. Did not use the bathrooms or laundry facilities. It had rained for several days and there were muddy spots throughout the campground. All in all a good camping experience.
Easy pull through sites with some trees, a dog run however the pick up bag holder was empty. Spotless bathrooms but the soap dispensers were empty. We selected a site with only electric and water only. Wi-Fi worked well. It is okay for one night.
We stayed here one night because we were unable to get a campsite at Cherry Creek State Park. This is an older park (more like a parking lot) with connections. The Wi-Fi worked great. No cable TV and the local reception was not good. The park is really run down and not very well maintained. It is very expensive for what you get. The area around the park is also run down and doesn’t give one a sense of being safe. I would not recommend this park nor will I return.
Staff was not very friendly but seemed to do what was needed to get the job done. Spots were average size and Rawlins has an outstanding Thai Restaurant. Would almost come back here just for that: excellent food at good prices. This is a good place to stop for the night when traveling east or west along I-80. It's less than a quarter mile from the interstate exit so you get some road noise. The campground itself is your standard KOA with gravel roads and sites and a sprinkling of small trees. Nothing special, but nothing unexpected either. Restrooms were very clean and everything worked as it should. Cable TV and Wi-Fi were first rate. Would stay here again when passing through.
We've stayed in lots of RV parks over the years but this is by far one of the neatest and cleanest we’ve found. The people who own / run this park really care and it shows throughout the campground. The grounds are immaculate as are the laundry room and rest rooms. Each site has a grassy area and trees. The setting is beautiful with a pretty stream running by the park. We extended our stay from one night to two because it was so pleasant. There is a large fenced dog area plus a nature trail to walk dogs. I would have rated this park a 10 + but the Wi-Fi never worked well the two days we stayed there. We could connect and then we’d lose the connection. This was constant even though we tried connecting at different times, rebooted, etc.
Nice park for a day or two. Restrooms were clean and the park overall was well maintained. The Wi-Fi we found to be so weak that we could not get connected or stay connected most of the time. Cable TV, although limited, worked fine. Trash dumpsters were located some distance from the camp site. The major disadvantage to this park is it’s location. Although you can see I-35 (and hear the road noise) it’s not easy to get back into the park. We stayed here for 5 days visiting the area and the Good Sams rate was $25.
Perfect except for the road noise. This is a very clean park with all paved and level sites running along the Guadalupe river. Laundry facilities are clean and not busy. The park is between 2 overpasses so traffic noise is a little annoying. Lots of shopping nearby and about 25 minutes from downtown San Antonio. Staff is very friendly and helpful. If you like fishing, this is a great place to check out. Park also has a boat ramp into river. Our site was right on the river. It's a difficult RV park to find because of the location, but worth the effort.
We stayed a week at this campground. I consider it OK in most respects. It is in a good location related to shows and other Branson attractions. Restrooms although small were very clean. The campground is not paved and camping spots were tight with little room between you and your neighbor. Cable TV worked fine but the Wi-Fi is a joke. Don’t stay here if internet connection is important because the system is down 90% of the time. When it’s up it’s a slow connection. The office staff said next year they are changing the system. If we return we will stay in another RV park.
Excellent park. If I could give it a score of 15 I would. One of the best RV parks we’ve stayed in over the years. Level pull-through concrete sites. Nice pool. Didn’t try the spa. Friendly, helpful personnel. Restrooms and showers were great. Continental breakfast was nice (bagels, toast, cereal, orange juice, coffee). Our site was a pull-through with trees and grass. Noise not bad from the highway. Convenient to I-40, Walmart, Camping World, other shopping. Good cable and Wi-Fi reception. Very well-run park. We plan to stay here anytime we are in Albuquerque.
Based on the positive review we read here (April 2010) we decided to try Kit Carson RV Park. What a rip off this place is. For the price you would expect at least a decent park. The roads are washed out gravel that are pretty rough and the camp sites are not any better. Overall the park is run down and in need of a major face lift. We did find the restrooms clean, but I don’t think I have ever seen such a small facility in my life. Also be aware that there are wires strung over the roadway within the park that are very low (11’). They advertise cable TV, but do not offer free service. Cable is at some of the sites but you have to contact a local provider to set it up. OK I guess, if you are staying here for an extended stay. The internet would not work at our site, but we took the laptop down to a bench outside the office and got a weak signal. Would never stay here again.
Clean park with all the desired amenities - Wi-Fi, cable TV, pool, laundry, showers etc. Long pull thrus, easy access for any size rig. Close to Hwy 79 so road noise may be an issue for some people. We stayed here for 4 nights. Daily rate reflects Passport price for 50 AMP, a good price for this park. Would rate higher but road noise, no trees, no shade, out in open prairie, not a problem if you using this as a base to visit the sights. It's close to all the important things to do and see.
Average site, with level gravel pads. The restrooms could use some updating, but they were clean. The Wi-Fi worked well but I don't like the nickel and dime for other services. Cable cost an extra amount. While the people who checked us in were nice they had no layout of the campground and the lady had to round up someone to unlock the electrical box. It's within walking distance to town.
This campground was easily accessible from I-80. It worked out fine for a short overnight stay...wouldn't want to stay for a longer stay. The pull-through sites were extremely narrow, with no room for awnings, or tables, chairs, etc.
WARNING: Although this is a nice park we had an issue with the 30AMP electrical plug at our assigned campsite. Our SurgeGuard alerted us to the problem. When I notified the manager he said it was our SurgeGuard that was faulty. He moved us to another site and again we detected a “reverse politarity” issue with the 30AMP plug. The second site had a 50AMP plug and the SurgeGuard did not detect a problem with it. (The SurgeGuard worked fine on 30AMP at the next two campgrounds we visited) No one seemed concerned with the problem with the 30AMP. Other than the power problem the campground is clean, well maintained, plenty of room between the level sites, has paved roads and a lot of shade trees. . Very easy access to downtown since you can catch a city bus directly across the street from the campground at $1.10 per person. It’s cheaper than the $5.00 fee if you park downtown. There is a Wal-Mart and HEB about a mile away.
We were 3 adults in a coach. The campground was clean and spaces were good. The restrooms were clean but the hot water smelled like rotten eggs. We notified the office of the problem and was told they would look into the problem. The next day it had not been fixed and we reported it again (different people). It was never fixed during our stay. Otherwise the campground is nice. Most of the park's perks were closed because of the weather. Since use of the campground is limited in the winter, seems like they would have 'winter' rates. Because of high price and limited use, we would not stay here again.
It is a great location and could be a real find. Unfortunately the bathroom and shower were never cleaned properly and smelled. My wife refused to use the facility at all. We would not stay here again.
This is a good campground. It is close to all attractions and the staff was nice. Most shows can be booked at the campground. While the restrooms were very clean, the showers had no chair or bench which was a slight drawback. The WiFi was down as much as it was up and running. We think there are better campgrounds in the area.