This is a really nice and clean park. Staff is very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed the nice trail through the woods to walk your dogs. The sites are a little off regarding water/electric hookup and there was no cable TV. The Wi-Fi was really fast and reliable. We enjoyed staying here and would stay here again.
A quick stop over from the highway for a one night stay. Sites are mostly paved and it looks like a big parking lot. We did not want to unhook for the night and got a really bad site. Other people with a travel trailer had to unhook. Not sure why, because they were not booked at all. Our site was right in middle and the water faucet was leaking pretty bad. The sprinkler was leaking too. There is no area to walk your dogs. There is a very small pet kennel with gravel. Whoever checked us in did not know how to give us our KOA discount that we earned.
This RV park is within a short walking distance to a private beach and much nicer than most we saw in this area. Some sites are close together and I would have liked a bit more gravel as we tracked in a lot of sand. WiFi connection was very good and cable TV available. Park even shows a selected movie in the evening on the park channel. Place was kept clean and the staff was friendly. If there were long-term guests, it does not show. We would stay here again.
This was one of the nicest campgrounds we ever stayed at. The KOA is nestled in the woods with large private sites. Everything was very clean, well maintained and the staff is very friendly. The campground is just beautiful. They offer a really large pet playground and there are also trails through the woods.
The park was really close to town which is nice. Within walking distance to Sedona and restaurants and shops. The check in area is pretty tight and a big bus got almost stuck. It's a little difficult to get into some of the back in spots. We have a 20' travel trailer and had a bit of a problem. There may be other sites that are better to pull into. The campground was very pretty. They have a very strict dog policy and charge $4 per pet per night. We travel with two dogs. We were reminded about 3 times about their dog policy (no barking, picking up, no dogs outside unsupervised, always on leash), which started to make us feel a little uneasy. They had a very nice and large dog run where you can sit on a bench. We felt like they really don't like to have dogs there and want to discourage pets. After seeing some owners not pick up or letting their dogs run off the leash or let them bark I can understand why some places are strict. Overall, if you don't mind being eye-balled when you walk your pet, this is a pretty nice place.
This was one of the prettiest and cleanest campgrounds we ever stayed at. The sites were large and all pull throughs. The sites are separated by large oleander bushes which were in full bloom when we arrived. There are palm trees lining the side of the property. At night they are lit up with Christmas lights around the trunk. It's very pretty and very friendly camp hosts. My only complaint is that there is no nice area to walk your dogs. They have to walk on the gravel. There is a dog pen in the back but it's not very nice and pretty small.
The check in was very fast. The site was easy to find and spacious. The sites are between lovely Oleander bushes and there is plenty of shade. Staff was friendly and helpful. There is a large dog walking area beyond the fence which was really nice. We enjoyed our stay here.
The campground entrance is hard to find. If you miss it you are in serious trouble. The entrance and grounds are lovely and the campsite is next to a beautiful river with a nice swimming hole. We arrived at 1:00 pm and there was only a board with our name on it and we had to find the site ourselves. We paid for a premium pull through site which was driving through their grass. We backed in instead and the turn was extremely tight. Other people had problems too backing in. For Wifi you had to go to the office. There was a mobile home park next to it. Next to us some people slept on a blow up mattress which we found a little disturbing. Guess they shared a campsite with somebody. There were a bunch of longtimers around us and some campers looked a little beat up.
There is no woodsy site here, just a few trees. The campground is next to a stream which is nice. The sites are really narrow. If you want to reach out and touch somebody this is the campground for you. Walked by the bathrooms for which you need a key and they did not look inviting. They only have two washing machines and dryers. When the campsite was full the electricity dropped and our air conditioner turned off. Police was driving by here looking for somebody. This is right next to a mobile home park. There is no place to walk your dogs except up the street. We were asked to park our truck where everybody drives by because the sites are so narrow. The Wifi was terrible. Will not stay here again.