We stayed here for 3 nights because it is centrally located to what we came for: riding the train to the concert in the mountains and the Great Sand Dunes N.P. The park has plenty to keep the young ones busy with a pool, horseshoes, volleyball, nice playground and the best part is it's far enough away from the town to really be able to watch the sky at night. One night it was meteors and stars, the next it was beautiful lightning displays all around us. Warm days and cool nights were great when you're from Texas. The staff accommodated us by putting us in the most remote site with water and power so we could enjoy the skys at night. My grandsons talk about that more than anything else from our trip to Colorado. As far as the park, it is typical KOA with dirt and grass sites. Sometimes the dust was bad but not enough to complain about. This is our second time at this park and we will come back.
We stayed here 2 nights while we rafted. Our site was literally as close to the river as you can get without going in. In fact, our rear bumper did hang over the water. Our site had so many trees that our satellite wasn't able to get a signal, but who cares. The view of the river, mountains and stars more than entertained us. Not much for the young ones to do but shuffleboard and shooting pool as most of the RVers were older people and it appears many stay the season here. I can't blame them as I wish I could. Canyon Marine is only about a mile down the road but they even picked up and returned us at the park and then gave us a 10% discount. Salida is a great place to stay or visit with a great "downtown" area but most everything is built around the river as well it should. The Arkansas River is the best for family rafting. Next time we will try to stay longer.
This was our 4th time to visit this park. Usually on our way to or from Colorado. My grandsons and I always enjoy this park and I feel safe and secure. The pool and hot tub area is wonderful and we usually have it to ourselves. Private shower/dressing rooms are large and very clean. Parking area is large and setup is easy. It has just about everything we look for in an overnight RV park. I will always stay here when going through Amarillo.
My grandsons and I stayed here only one night on our way home but it was a very nice stay. All facilities were clean but could be larger. Pool and playground was nice and was quiet after 8PM. Management was very nice and accommodating. The sky that night was clear and we stayed outside looking at all the stars and satellites. My boys will never forget that sight. Will stay here again.
I stayed here with three of my grandsons for a few days to river raft. There is a great rafting service right up the road and easy to get to on the trolley line. Speaking of the trolley, it is free and can take you into town to most of the attractions and eating establishments. The park is very nice. Pool area, restrooms, showers, and laundry are very clean and the management couldn't be any nicer. The train runs right through the park for great pictures. Spaces are a little tight in some places but we were happy even though we were in a space close to the road. The tent area was the nicest I've seen and separate from the RV area. We will stay here again.
My grandsons and myself stayed here for two nights so we could ride the train. Train depot and downtown is an easy ten minute walk from the park. River and train runs next to the park is quite nice for taking pictures. Nice quiet park but no cable and very few sites with satellite access because of the trees. Be sure to ask when you get there because they are very accommodating and will allow you to move if not happy. Town closes up at 8PM and dining options are limited. We will definitely stay again when in the area.
Stayed here with three of my grandsons on our way to Colorado for a week and plan on staying again on the way back. Very quiet park with great management. Everyone was quick and helpful. Nightly dinners were great and very convenient. Clubhouse and pool were very nice. Cleanest park I've ever seen and setup was easy. Cable was not the greatest and a few trees would make it nicer but we were not here long. I will always stay here when coming through Amarillo.