A new park open about a month. It is first class, the best I have ever stayed at. Staff was very nice and the owner escorted us to our site. Definitely would stay again on our next year trip to the Northwest.
Stayed here the last four years and enjoyed the overnight stay. I was guided in by attendant via golf cart. Told him tree limbs on both sides were against fifth wheel and could not open slide outs. Ask him to cut limbs said he would call the manager. Manager said he would not cut limbs and no other site available. To tired to move, left slides in. Park is geared for permanent residents. Am a long time KOA member. Will not be back to this KOA park.
A beautiful campground on the Comanche side of Lake Procter. We have stayed here numerous times over the years. It is a typical C.O.E lake. Once you pay your fees at the gate you are on your own. Don't expect the amenities of an RV resort.