This park needs some upgrading. The water spurts out and is not what I consider drinkable. The voltage drops dramatically when the park starts to fill up I recorded 108 volts at one point. The roads are a white dusty material and there are lots and lots of trees that are half dead and need to be trimmed. The rest rooms can be described as scary and there seems to be no effort to make any kind of improvements. We've been full time rvers for four years and always try to avoid KOA's now I know why. Most of the traffic here is only overnight, the park is near the Ohio turnpike. There is a Bass Pro Shop and a Walmart nearby and overnighters would be better served to stay at one of these in my opinion. We will certainly never return.
I don't understand the previous high ratings of this park. The park is mostly permanent residents and looks like a "trailer park". The road noise is a major problem , we cold not open the windows. The sites are extremely tight except for 4 large pull-throughs. The office, pool and other facilities were very nice. It is convenient to attractions in the area and that is really all it has to offer. Santee Lakes is a bit farther away but a far superior park.
Great park we really enjoyed the Grass! The only downside was the Wi-Fi for a price. Plenty of space between the sites and a nice walking trail around the lake. Passport America accepted. Did I mention the really nice grass!
A great RV park. Provo is a quiet town but close to everything. The park is very shady and clean and staff was very helpful. A good location for visiting Park City, Sundance and the canyons. We spent a week there and would go back.
One of the best we've seen. Extremely clean and long sites. Level and quiet too. Kanab is a good location to visit the north Rim of the Grand Canyon and Zion NP. We visited Best Friends animal Sanctuary too and it was great. We hope to visit this area again.
This park is adequate for a few days and is a good location to visit the Las Vegas area. The park itself appears to be about 90% permanent residents with lots of stuff stored outside. I met a lot of laid off construction workers. If you don't need the RV park look then its OK. The staff was friendly and there is a good laundry.
Not really an RV park or Campground, just a parking lot with a few 20 amp outlets. Camp host was less than enthusiastic. Location is great for visiting the west side of the Phoenix area. OK for a night or two. Could be a great park if they would put in some RV sites. There are six "camp host" sites for people who work in the park and they are great!