What a great park; maybe the best RV park in the Moab area. The sites are mostly pull-throughs and they have shade trees which is a real plus in this area. The site we were on was pretty level and plenty of room to put out all the slides and room to park the towed as well. Each site has a concrete strip to walk out on and a nice picnic table on a grass area as well. Improvements to the landscaping were being done while we were there. There is a dog walk toward one end of the park which is really nice and supplies bags at both ends of it. The staff was very friendly and very helpful with things to do in the area and how to get there. The store was nice with some of the best tee shirt prices we found in the area so we did our souvenir shopping here as well. The laundry room was clean and well kept. WiFi and cable TV worked well at our site. Rate is Passport America. Check the web site for discounts.
We spent one night, very convenient off I-20 and across street from a Pilot Truck Stop. We paid 20.00 with Passport America discount and camped in a motor home in a pull through that was plenty long enough to leave the car w/kayak on top hooked up. Staff was friendly and site was level. The pool needed cleaning as algae was growing, but they did have a nice playground but not a park for kids to spend lots of time. Lots of things to see in West Monroe, LA.
We have been staying in this area for 12 years, this is the absolute best year ever. We will be back next year for sure. The park is a work in progress right now, but by fall it will be the prettiest park in this part of Florida. Lots of trees but if you want sun that is available also. Owner and staff are friendly and very accommodating.
The campground looked ok when we arrived, and they said they had Wifi. Well, the wifi didn't work and all the owner could do was get very young kid who didn't know how to do anything but play games on the computer. Also, when asked about passport (we found it in passport book) the owner complained about not being able to make any money. It rained and the black mud was everywhere. We will not camp here again and would send travelers on to Mitchell to either of the passport parks. They are cheaper and things work.
Nice folks, everything worked, the gas next door is the cheapest anywhere around and you are located half way between Cody and Yellowstone. This would definitely be on our list of stops again when in the area. This park is the closest commercial park to Yellowstone.
It doesn't take much to make me happy, wifi is a must and I hate parks that advertise it and then locate you so far from the tower that it doesn't work. If you are a Camp Club member go to the Railroad RV Park in downtown, the price is the same and the wifi works all over. I wish I had know this before I stayed here.
Rustic park with several long term trailers. The owner more than made up for the appearance of the park. Very friendly and very helpful. Electric, water and sewer were very accessible and the Wi-Fi had a good signal. We stayed here 3 nights. It was quiet and only a couple of miles from the interstate.
The couple at check in were the only good thing this park has going for it. Wi-Fi did not work at all. Thank God it didn't rain the mud would have been unbearable. Roads were very rough. This is the worst KOA I have stayed in since going on the road 10 years ago. Next time I will forgo convenience for travel and stay in Tallahassee and drive to Monticello.
The park is relatively new and very nice with pavement and concrete pads. The folks were very friendly and very accommodating. We decided to stay an extra day and there were no problems. The only negative was the cable did not work. They came out and checked it with a little TV and got a picture. However, my cable worked the day before we got there at another campground and it worked the day after we left at the next campground. I have to assume they have a problem. We watched local TV and made due with that!