This is an old, run-down park. The sites are quite close together. The dirt roads are narrow and you need to watch out for the trees near the roads. The check-in process was uncomfortable as four people were talking at once in the small office, resulting in mistakes in my registration and another person's. The managers are there to transact business and take your cash or check, not to provide a friendly experience for the customer (no plastic accepted). I stayed only one night and would not stay here again.
Did not stay here. Picked the campground thinking it was a friendly reliable KOA, but found the opposite. It is no longer a KOA. The office was closed (all day Thursdays) and only a few sites were occupied. I didn't see a single human being. A sign said the Wi-Fi internet was not working. There were no services and no amenities. I expect more than this for $40 a night. Decided to leave and camp elsewhere.
Wi-Fi is available in the office, and the signal reaches sites near the office. However (and this is the unusual feature here) the office staff cannot give you the Wi-Fi password because they don't know what it is!
This nice, newer RV park is now named Capital City KOA. The front desk was very friendly and helpful. The WiFi internet was just upgraded, provided a good signal at the site and was very fast. Your GPS might route you over a dirt road, but don't worry, it isn't very long.
This is a pleasant park with large grassy sites, although no trees. The bathrooms are very new and clean, but no hot water at the sinks, and it takes 5 minutes to get hot water in the showers. WiFi is available but expensive ($5/day, $25/week). My Virgin Broadband2go worked well here. THERE ARE NO SIGNS to guide RV'ers. If you enter the fairgrounds at 20th and Poplar, turn left and at the next fork turn right. That puts you on Ft. Leavenworth Blvd. Follow that north all the way to the other end of the fairgrounds. There is a self-check-in station on your right as you enter the RV area.
Operated by a self-storage business, this small campground is bare-bones. Dirt and gravel, grass and weeds, no amenities other than cable TV. There is no Internet at all. The place is OK for an overnight when traveling through on I-25, but I wouldn't vacation here.