The rate reflects the 50% Passport America rate. The entrance is easily missed, it looks more like a driveway into someone's side yard and there is no signage visible for this park. The roads are gravel and wind in between the trees in the park so be careful when navigating. The sites have gravel pads and there is no rhyme or reason to how they are laid out. Our site, a pull-through, was plenty long enough but not very level front to back. The owners/managers and the work camper were all very nice but the park needs a lot of updating and sprucing up to be worth the full price of $40 per night.
We used this park as an overnight stop while traveling I-10. Park is just a short drive (approx. 1 mile) off the interstate and was very quiet. Roads are sand/gravel as well as the sites which were all level, long, full hook pull throughs. Rate is with Passport America discount.
Small park with very narrow sites. The owner/manager was friendly and helpful. Good choice for a quick overnight but would look elsewhere if staying longer. The small strip of grass outside our door (about 3' wide) was full of "doggie bombs" which we had to navigate around so it appears the park is pet friendly. There are no trees in the park and you cannot open your awning so there is no shade available. The park could be difficult to navigate with more of the sites are filled. We would stay again if traveling through the area.
Park is mostly permanent sites with only a few full hook ups for travelers. They do have a large open grassy area with water and electric available. Biggest issue were they advertise big rig access but the pull through sites are short and larger rigs (over 35') would have to unhook tow car to fit. Roads to campground are narrow and interior roads are potholed and muddy when it rains. Be sure and follow campground directions to park, not GPS due to big hill and tight turns described in prior post. On the plus side they honored the Passport rate for our 8 day stay. Our Sprint air card was slow and we did not pay for their WI-FI as signal was weak from our site. We would probably stay again just for the PPA rate if back in the area, otherwise we would try one of the other parks nearby.
All in all a nice KOA. Access to the toll road was fairly easy, but you do have to navigate a busy road through a major shopping district. Once at the park the interior roads are narrow and poorly marked. The owners have put large painted rocks in the turns of the roads to keep rigs from driving on the grass so be very careful making the turns if you have a big rig. We had a long 50amp pull through site that was level side to side but had to unhook to level front to back. Owners and workers were very friendly when checking in, but would have appreciated an escort to the site since their roads are a but confusing.
Agree with prior reviews, this is one nice park and a bargain to boot! We stayed here for a week and wished it could have been longer. The park does not offer cable or Wi-Fi or we would have scored it a 10. We will stay here again if we are ever back in the area.
Nice enough park with all pull through concrete sites. The sites were a little short for larger rigs and you could not stay hooked on. Motorhomes hauling toads would need to disconnect in most cases although I did see a couple of inconsiderate travelers who refused and blocked the drive behind with their toads. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
Nice park in a natural sitting but could use some TLC. The sites were mostly level side to side but some had a considerable slope. Our 50amp plug was not working properly so had to switch to the 30amp but not a big issue. The roads and sites are all paved and it was easy to navigate with a big rig. The sites are very wide with cement picnic table and fire ring. Lots of trees so satellite may be difficult at some sites. There were a couple of long term units at the entrance to the loop that did not give a good first impression of the park. Water pressure was very high, make sure you use a regulator.
This is an older park and needs some updating. The manager was super nice and seems to be doing the best he can with what he has to work with. The traffic noise is bad, starts at 4am and does not slow down until 10pm.The park borders US 90 which is only about 100' from the park. Several older, permanent rigs scattered throughout park gives it an unsightly feel. On the plus side the park is centrally located to tour the area.
We stayed here for 1 week to visit the area. The park is at the end of a dead end street hidden in a residential area. The route to the park is only slightly difficult with a few turns and narrow streets but is very manageable for even the largest rigs. All the gravel sites are back in and extremely long. The cable has a large amount of channels and the Wi-Fi was strong and fast. We enjoyed the shade and all of our neighbors were very friendly. There are a few "longer term" visitors but the park was not cluttered. We felt very safe here and enjoyed the convenience of being in town vs. the other parks offered in this area.
Nice pull through gravel sites and road. Limited cable channels but the free Wi-Fi was strong and dependable. The sites were not level front to back and to get our 5th wheel level we had to disconnect, not convenient for just an overnight. The office/store was not stocked and looked to be unmanned most of the time.
Nice city owned campground on the grounds of the city park. The staff was extremely nice and helpful. The sites are all grass and are fairly close together but was plenty long enough for our 60'+ big rig. Very convenient to I-90 and far enough off the highway that we did not notice any traffic noise. We did walk to the nearby steakhouse and enjoyed a nice meal. Not all the sites have cable TV available but as a plus they don't charge you for the sewer hook up if you don't want/need it. Nice park and will return if in the area again.
When we arrived at the park the female manager must have been having a bad day. She was not very welcoming or accommodating no matter how nice we acted. Was escorted to our site which was long but narrow making it difficult to position the rig on the pad and still have room for the slideouts to miss the utility poles. Pads are level but could use more gravel, ours was muddy and soft. Park is right next to the interstate so there is traffic noise. Pool looked nice and the grounds were clean.
Very new State Park so the facilities were all nice and up to date. No swimming pool. The camping is devided into 2 sections , full hook ups and electric only sites. There is only 1 playground in the campground and it is at the entrance so if you are camped in the back loop it is quite a hike for the kids. Roads in the campground are all one way and only one lane wide , would have been nice if they were a little wider to help with the longer rigs. The dump station was built with the ground sloping away from the dump making it difficult to empty the tanks. All in all it is a nice park and we will probably go there again
Nice park for an overnight. The park is new so trees are small. Gravel sites mostly pull thru FHU with 50 and 30 amp plus cable TV. Park sits behind the Days Inn and office is in the back of the Hotel. Has an indoor water slide ($5.00 extra) and an indoor pool and hot tub (free). Both are shared by the campground and hotel guests. We did go swimming in the pool and it was nice, passed on the water slide.
Staff was very friendly but this is an older park. Sites were close together. The pull thrus are long but are sloped so leveling is a challenge. The restaurant was closed until July 4th and not sure if it opened then or not. Campground shares an entrance with a gas station and a run down motel right off the interstate. Would only use this as a quick overnight stop.
Nice park for overnight to and from the Black Hills. Staff was friendly and knowledgable (mostly young adults, teenagers). Nice pool w/hot tub. They show movies on weekends in the clubhouse complete w/popcorn. There is some road noise from the Interstate. Sites are big rig friendly, mostly pull thrus w/shade.