$50 and worth every penny. We're in a super site, all paved, 90' long, 40+wide, high end patio furniture, good exercise room/equipment, wide pave roads. Even the sprinkler system is designed to keep the water on the lawn and not the site/coach/toad. Probably the best designed CG we've ever stayed at.
Weekly rate. Clearly a resort. Wide, paved roads, great water pressure, Wi-Fi. We had a premium site - long and wide, grass between paved. Facilities great. One clown complained and said ANY state park would be better. Have no idea what he/she was thinking. I RARELY rate anyplace a 10 but this deserves it. Clearly, we will return.
If rated as a resort - 6. Rated as a CG - 9. Wide gravel roads, plenty of space between sites, cable good, wifi reasonable, pressure 40 - 50. Well maintained. What looks like new bathrooms. If in the large class A pull-thru's the highway noise will be noticeable but not bad. Lot of construction workers but quiet. There are a couple of raggedy permanent resident sites that could be cleaned up. Clearly would stay again.
In the resort section - nice concrete pads, big, some shade (trees still young). Would have been a 9 if they had not advertised as a "resort". Bunch of off-road rigs (I know, this is Utah) all over, though not riding. The area with the smaller gravel sites were looking much like a state park on a weekend. Don't find that in a resort. But I would still stay here again.
"not what I expect from a KOA"????? is an interesting prior comment but I personally found this KOA way above most I have stayed at. I have 43' coach, I'm in a long site with toad still attached, have great satellite that augments their many stationed cable. Easy in/out. And - they make great stuffed cabbage and cheese Pierogi.
I don't normally comment on the hosts. I don't usually care, but these new owners are great folks. This is a KOA so I rated it as if it were a KOA and therefore it got a 10. Probably the best KOA we've ever stayed at. On a rating with other places we've stayed, it would probably only get an 8 or so. Cable was good, water pressure solid, and 50amp good. Sites/roads gravel but all level and pull through's long. Clearly would come back.
Generally a nice place. We had a quiet, wide spot allegedly "premium" though a bit on the short side. Water good, did not use wifi. Access strange - a portion is one way only. Some areas are real close and some near a highway. Many look short - real short. Few pull through sites. Paved interior roads. Clearly would stay again.
Have stayed at far better campgrounds at a far less rate. Truly a family - kids - location. In addition to the high price, we checked in approximately 30 minutes early and were charged an "early arrival" fee of $5. When we made reservation directly with campground, we were never notified of an early check in time. Not happy.
Water view sites, while nice, are short (we're 48 with the cycle lift on back) and gravel. Water good and internet great. It's 30amp so have to manage an all electric coach. Major rain. Some sites are like small lakes with rigs surrounded by water. Many back-ins are close and back-to-back. Would stay again.
CG is huge, mostly seasonal, plenty for kids to do. However, the new section down by the bay is open, sites wide, grass, not particularly level. Water good, 50amp good, internet virtually non-existent. However, Prince Edward Island is beautiful, especially motorcycle riding. We would stay again.
Several 50amp sites (18), good pull through, sites are somewhat "all over," good water pressure, power is solid, heated pool. Antenna TV virtually non-existent as is satellite. I never speak of the staff but this is the most accommodating staff/owners I have ever met. Clearly will stay again.
Location good, sites level, water pressure 60+, electric good all week until today with only 104 and 113 on the two lines. One A/C can run. Most difficult is the dust. No one adheres to the 5 mpg and there is NO effort to minimize the dust created through an oil base or periodic water. Would still return.
Almost impossible to book a weekend. Kids, kids, kids. Amenities were superb. Ton of stuff for the kids. Pull throughs were almost 100'. Cable was so-so and too many trees for satellite. But for such an alleged "high end" CG, they don't follow rules. Saw laundry hanging and folks driving way to fast for all the kids. And for the price, I clearly would have expected at least paved main roads. Dust was atrocious.
Very woodsy but we were on the top of the hill, open area for satellite and even paved going up - great for cycle. Clearly a CG for relatively local folks with kids. Amenities were worth a 10. Lots for kids to do. Bluffs - toured but roads were really bad and few transient sites. Great cable, high water pressure. Would come back.
While this only received an 8: it is a great CG. Pull through sites must be 75' at least. Power is good. Water: a tad on the low side at 40psi. Nicely treed. Side by side sites provide a ton of space between coaches on the passenger side of both. Newly graveled: compact, tight. Soon to be paved. Pool being worked on. Office area being built. New owners. Looks like a kid section being built. Only downside: no sewers. But a great place. Put in the sewer and wait for the paving and this gets a rare 10 from me.
Lot of rules/discipline, but that's fine by me - like peace and quiet. If it were my CG, I would even do away with the fire pits. Lovely area, Amish country, views from top of hill, a ton of Iris' around, clean roomy sites, gated. Staff (owners) fine contrary to some prior comments - I found both extremely friendly. Only downside - water pressure barely 40psi, sometimes less.
Easy access? Yes, from I-10 but the one can easily scrape entering/leaving. Pull-throughs? Yes - occupied by college football fans for the season. Trees? Yes - nice. Permanents? Tons, mostly pretty shabby. Layout? Sporadic at best. Did I say the permanents were really old and beat up? Stay again? Just drive on.
Only an 8 but still the best KOA because they are doing improvements by making paved, level patios. Easy access but the roads are getting beat up. And it's awkward to take the cycle off the back due to 4x4's and slopes. But the owners are doing a good job.
Noise - 4; sites - 9; staff - 8; convenience - 10; shade - 10; size of site - 10 even with a back in. Access to Zion, Bryce, North Rim, Glen Canyon and best of all: Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. And the roads, while gravel, are solid enough to handle the motorcycle. Will probably stay two weeks.
Park gets rave reviews from many but I don't understand. NOT big rig friendly. Yes we fit but there are only a few (count maybe 5) that will fit 45'. Most interior roads are extremely tight to maneuver. Rigs will drag bottom leaving many of the sites that have almost a ramp upon pulling out. Pets - longest list of restricted dogs I have seen. Sure - nice staff, lead to site, nice pool and if you're lucky - good space between sites (again, VERY few). But - sure is close to Denver, etc. Next time I'll find someplace else.
Pros - clean, shade, level, cable, long sites. Cons - sites are close together (table almost under neighbors slide), highway noise, tough access with strange van parked ALL the time at entry. Would probably stay again in a pinch.
Rate based on weekly rate. Not certain how this place has received so many 10's. Generally a good CG, paved roads. Some pull throughs (paved) seem narrow while others (dirt) have plenty of space. Deep in the woods so watch for ticks. Pies are great. No cable TV and no ability to get satellite. But the biggest con is the road noise.
Large pull throughs, paved interior roads, plenty of shade and large space between sites. Easy access. Great landscape including periodic flower beds throughout. I wish all CG's were this nice. Would certainly stay here again.
Listed as big rig but only two/three site will accept. Many sites do not appear level. Tight road coming in but rest appears navigable. Truly a "woodsy" CG. Great cable TV. NOT motorcycle friendly: loose gravel on turns and hills. But that is not why it only gets a 5. Paid for 5 nights but decided to move on to a location that has paved roads. Told office ON THE DAY WE SIGNED IN, we wanted to leave a day early. Would not refund a day's worth. I find that EXTREMELY small and petty. Would not stay here again.
CG overall is okay. Roads are just a tad tight in/out. Rate is a weekly rate. Worst thing about it: the SMUDGE POTS. CG's should just NOT allow smudge pots. It is 85 degrees and the rig behind me has a fire, actually a "smoke," going with the wind directly on my rig. Will NEVER understand why folks do that, especially in a closely packed campground.
Have stayed here several times: in the new section. Plenty of room, easy access in/out. Had a pull-through site closest to the highway: some noise but certainly not a problem. Will continue to return here. And they are adding even more sites.
Generally a nice, clean campground. Staff was okay though somewhat "tight". Worst part: access road is impassable with two rigs. Sites are reasonable but difficult to exit from a site when someone is parked across from you. Was barely able to exit: had to remove a loose post to do it, and then without the toad. Way too tight!
Only my second (I think) 10. Great shape, open flat spaces, good cable, good Wi-Fi, heated pool (86 degrees), gated, activities, good number of washers/dryers though we have our own. Clearly a CG to return to.
This place is first rate, though the price is high. Wi-Fi is at least free. It is quiet with a river view. There were 8 - 10 rigs overnight. Prior reviewer talked about gravel - wrong campground. There is NO gravel anywhere around. All concrete roads and sites. This is our second time here, and we would clearly return.
Road in was challenging, not a lot of amenities. BUT - the view was tremendous (worth a 10 by itself). Have NO idea what a prior post was talking about with the drugs and prostitute area - I only saw an area that was not exactly wealthy but certainly appeared clean and not derelict. Clearly stay again.
Actually a 7.5. Great place for overnight. No frills, but BIG sites; spacious, not many campers (3 at the moment). Just what we need for quiet after driving with the side winds ALL DAY long. Friendly owners. Clearly would do it again. Very pleased for out in the middle of nowhere.
My first 10. Great support from the owners, good knowledge of "what to do/see", juggling sites to allow me to add several days several times. And a small but important item - the trash dumpster seems like it is ALWAYS empty rather than CG's that seem to keep them at overflowing levels. Clearly will return.
Poor road access, but that's not this campground's fault, rather the city/county. We loved the wall of bushes between sites, private feeling. The hosts go out of their way to be accommodating. Quiet, even with a Harley rally in town. Would clearly do it again and recommend it.
Weekly rate; upper area great with grass and plenty of room but no cable (yet). Older (lower) section are real tight side-by-side, even the pull throughs. Would be a 10 with the cable. We'll be back again.
WOW - after reading several prior comments, had a major concern with this one. However, VERY pleasantly surprised. Big sites, easy access, easy internal roads, fully paved. Too bad we are merely staying overnight. Will clearly return.
Nice, clean, even a good work out room with weights. BUT - the wide sites are laid out in such a strange manner. The rig in the row behind actually winds up being about 5' from the side of your rig. Wide to park your towed vehicle on one side but REAL close on the other side.