This campground is about 10 miles from the Newburgh so it is a little inconvenient for driving into town quickly. The campground was neat and well maintained. The bathrooms were okay and clean most of the time. The laundry was very tiny and not conducive to doing laundry because of the size. The internet was fairly reliable but the cable TV channels were a joke with few channels and some with no sound at all. This was not addressed even though reported by us. We had a problem with the coach next to us running the generator and it took 4 trips to the office and a threat to call the police before they contacted the owner to stop the generator. This was even though their own rules stated no generators plus the fumes were seeping into our fifth wheel. This was completely unacceptable!! The campground was quiet in the evenings. I would probably look for another place to stay if visiting the area again.
The rate reflects stay 6 nights get 7th night free. I cannot rate this park based on accessibility to New York City, therefore, my rating of 4. The campground was not as bad as I feared or had been led to believe by former reviews. The sites were wider than expected. The bathrooms were not as bad as expected although a few little repairs would have improved them tremendously. It is obvious this is just a money maker for the owners with no desire to improve. The trash was picked up fairly regularly but the campground was in need of a good trash pickup day. The electricity was reliable even though the campground was full and a heat wave was gripping the entire area. We never had any power outages. The office staff would answer questions but were far from what I would call friendly or forthcoming with information. Their hours were satisfactory for our needs. We found it very easy to travel into NYC and was worth the poor quality of the campground itself for this convenience. We would stay there again if visiting NYC.
This rate is the weekly rate for a 30 amp plus we had to pay electricity for the site. The campground is quiet and the owner is helpful and responsive to problems. However, the campground is in need of maintenance, painting and general clean up work. It does have a run down and tired look about it although flowers have been planted and you can tell some effort has been made to make the campground attractive. The bathrooms are tiny but clean. The cable channels are quite extensive and the WiFi was reliable and quick most of the time. On a few nights it was slow or unavailable. There is a pool which people were using, but I cannot comment on it since we did not use the pool. You are only 15 miles from a train station to catch the SEPTA rail into Philadelphia which was convenient. You are about 20 miles from Valley Forge National Park and King of Prussia Mall. Whether this campground is for you depends on your priorities. For us, the quiet was worth fewer amenities and a few inconveniences. I am not sure if we would stay here again. I would definitely explore options before staying again but I would not rule it out.
Rate reflects 10% AAA discount. This is our second stay here. We were in site 1307 which was fine and in 1301 our first stay. This is close to the bathhouse and away from the worst interstate noise. This campground makes it so easy to visit DC. The bus comes right to the campground or you can drive 3 miles to the metro station which is what I recommend, especially on weekends. The bath house was clean and spacious, the internet was steady and the cable was okay but a little limited in channels. We found the office staff helpful if a bit abrupt but check-in was quick and efficient. We had an escort to our site and when we had to change because of utilities they were very cooperative. The laundry room was large but in need of cleaning. We were well satisfied with our stay and would definitely recommend and stay here again.
We liked this campground. The sites were gravel and the bathrooms were old, but they were very clean. The office staff was pleasant and helpful. The rate reflects a promotion for staying 6 nights and get the 7th night free. The cable was good and the wi-fi was reliable and accessible. The campground was full on the weekends, but it was very quiet and a pleasant place to stay. The proximity to Gettysburg was a definite plus, and we found a road just by the campground that led you directly to the auto tour of the park. We would definitely stay here again.
The positives of this campground were: location to Harper's Ferry National Park and good parking area for checking into the campground. The check in was fairly quick even though we had to request an escort to our site. The negatives far outweighed the positives in our opinion. The $6 resort fee charged per day would have been appropriate if you used the resort amenities. Since we never did, I felt we should have had a choice as to whether we wanted to use those resort amenities and be charged accordingly. The sites were fairly close together and many of the campers near our site (36) were very loud during the day and into the night. There was open drinking all day and very loud and disturbing behavior that was never addressed by the management. As this continued into the night well past the 10 pm quiet time, no security addressed this issue and as a call to the campground office resulted in an answering machine, we were forced to call the local police to deal with the loud and obnoxious neighbors. The next morning when I reported this to the office they seemed more upset that we had involved the local police than that we were disturbed well into the night. However, they did address the problem the following night although the same behavior continued during the day. I felt this behavior was inappropriate for a KOA family campground. After the weekend passed and the beer drinkers left, the campground was quiet and pleasant. The wi-fi was slow and the cable channels limited. I thought the price was very high for the quality of the campground. We do not plan to stay in this campground again.
This park is located about 10 miles South of Charlottesville, Virginia. It is a country campground with urban amenities. We were in site 24 which was a pull-through and a good fit for our 35 foot camper. We were near the back of the campground but the Wi-Fi was strong. The cable was adequate. Our site was gravel and had some shade. The bathrooms were older but very clean. The campground was very quiet and peaceful. No barking dogs even though there were many pets in the campground. We would definitely stay here again.
I would have given this park a 10 except you have to pay extra for internet to a third party provider. The $48 rate reflects the AAA discount plus taxes without any internet. We were in site 7 in the no pet section which was great for us. No barking dogs and inconsiderate pet owners. This was one of the few sites that had shade. The campground is well landscaped and maintained and is aesthetically pleasing. The staff was very accommodating and efficient upon check-in. Las Vegas Boulevard is easily accessible from the campground. This is a gated campground so you feel very safe. This is our second time at this campground and we would stay here again.
This is a very nice park well located to access the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum and the mall. The rate reflects a AAA discount. The park is paved with nice landscaping. It has adequate WI-Fi and cable. The bathrooms are modern and clean. The location is between a busy road and I-44, so if road noise is bothersome you may want to look elsewhere. The campground was quiet with a few barking dogs that were addressed by management when brought to their attention. The staff was friendly and efficient upon check in. We would stay here again.
We like this campground. The rate reflects a AAA discount. The staff is efficient and friendly. This is a no frills park but it has everything you need for an overnight stay. It has adequate cable and WI-Fi and is clean. It is quiet and reasonably priced. We will stay here again.
The rate reflects staying 7 nights but paying for 6 because of a cable outage. This park suits our needs because it is close to the Grand Canyon. There are shuttles that come into the campground so you never have to drive if you choose not to. We were in site A-3 which was close to the shuttle pickup but a little tight with our three slides. They have cable but we lost it in a thunderstorm on our first night and didn't get it back until our last night. I felt the campground was very unresponsive to our complaints about the cable. The campground isn't pristine nor well landscaped but we felt the location overrode the negatives. There is no WI-Fi but it is accessible at several places in the park. There is no view from the campground, but it is just a short shuttle ride to the rim. The staff was adequate but not particularly friendly. The bathrooms were older but clean. We would stay here again just because of the location.
This was an interesting park. The owners checked us in and they were efficient but not particularly friendly. However, we received a thank you note on the date of our departure. They have a lot of rules which didn't bother us. The WI-Fi and cable were fine. The park was red gravel which was a little messy since it rained every afternoon we were there. The campground is small but neat. There are a lot of dogs and some barking. They allow dog pens on the sites. They have a lot of campers who come from Phoenix for the summer. It is in a quiet neighborhood and is very quiet at night. We paid $44 per night including taxes. We would consider staying here again.
This is a very modern campground located about 15 miles from Zion National Park. It is well maintained and landscaped. All sites and roads are paved. The pool is very large although we did not use it. Some sites have a little shade and we were fortunate to have one of those at site 4. The campground was mostly quiet in the evenings with some dog barking and pool noise. The pool noise was to be expected but the barking dog was not. Management said they talked to the owner but the dog continued to bark the next morning. Thankfully, they left that day. We felt the cable lineup was rather limited for the campsite price. There are not enough bathrooms for the size of the campground and tent sites so sometimes you had to wait in the mornings. The price reflects 7 nights discount rate plus taxes. We would stay here again.
This is a quiet, friendly campground located about 2.5 miles West of Torrey and about 11 miles West of Capitol Reef National Park. The roads and sites are gravel. The campground was quiet and well maintained. The office staff was friendly and helpful. We had an end pull through site with a little shade. The number of bathrooms and showers were limited but we never had an issue. The Wi-Fi was good but a little slow in the evenings. We were able to get major channels with our antenna since there was no cable TV. The view from the campground was amazing. The rate reflects a weekly rate and includes tax. The size of the site was adequate for our 35 foot fifth wheel. We would stay here again.
This is a great park located in a residential area. It has gravel roads and sites but that was not an issue. We had site 21 which was a back in site at the rear of the campground. It had a creek and some grassy space at the back of the site. We preferred this over the pull through sites. The park is quiet and Wi-Fi was adequate. There were dogs, but there was little barking and owners seemed responsible. The bathrooms were spacious and very clean. The laundry was clean and reasonable, but only 3 washers and dryers so there was usually a line. The campground has weekly potlucks and Wednesday night happy hour. Location of the campground was great. If they had cable I would have rated it higher. You could get the major channels over the air. We were here for two weeks. The nightly rate reflects a weekly rate and tax. We would stay here again.
We arrived during the rain, and the campground was not appealing; however in the light of day it did look better. The roads are gravel and dirt, and the rain made it very sloppy. The pads were gravel and grass, and it was okay if it was not raining. The owners are new as was apparent at check-in. They messed up our reservations twice, but we were able to get our original 6 nights stay at a site with cable after much time spent waiting at check-in. The office workers seem nice if a bit unsure of the procedure for assigning campsites. The cable TV was good, and the campground was quiet for the most part. We heard a few barking dogs but only for short bursts here and there. It was very quiet at night except for our last night there when we could hear music from the adjoining trailer park. The location is great. It is close to town and on the North side so if you plan to visit Crested Butte you do not have to drive across town. It is a short drive to Wal-Mart and City Market. They have cottonwood trees that offer shade. We could not get internet at our site, #47, so I had to walk to the office for internet, but the signal was strong there. They have a billiards table and game tables in the office building. We would probably stay here again if we could get a cable site.
Our rate reflects an 11 day stay and a reduction in price for one week. This campground is not as aesthetically pleasing as some we have been to, but it is neat and well kept. The roads are gravel, but dust was not a problem. The bathhouse has one commode, two sinks, and one shower. They were always clean. The owners are very friendly and helpful. They have much information on the surrounding areas and share it with you freely. The campground is in a valley surrounded by hills about 24 miles east of Taos. We enjoyed the high elevation and cooler weather and used this as a base for Taos and the Enchanted Circle. There are hiking and biking trails close by. The campground was very quiet and peaceful. There is no cable, but we were able to get the major channels via antenna. It would be a good site for a satellite also. We would definitely stay here again.
We loved this park. We originally booked one week then extended it to two. We were in site T-6 and I would not want to be any closer to the road because of the noise. The noise diminished in the evenings but it was not a problem for us even during the day. We had two wonderful weeks without any dogs barking in the campground or next to us. That was such a relief after some of the inconsiderate pet owners we have encountered in other parks. People were polite and considerate of each other. The facilities were clean and neat and the laundry prices were reasonable. The cable was adequate although I would have liked a bigger selection. The Wi-Fi was adequate and I experienced few problems. The location makes it easy to drive into the Plaza or take a bus which stops right in front of the campground. We did not use the pool but it looked nice and well kept. We would definitely stay here again.
This campground is clean and well maintained. The staff was friendly and efficient. The sites are well spaced with adequate room. The sites have concrete pads. The campground is about 4.5 miles from Vicksburg Military National Park. The campground is very quiet. The cable channel lineup was extensive and the internet worked flawlessly, even during peak periods. We would stay here again.
This is our third stay at this park and we found it equally as pleasing this time as the prior two times. We were in site 120 which has shade on both sides and is close to laundry and bathrooms. We did experience an issue our first evening with a barking dog which was addressed quickly by the park staff. However, the next morning we had another barking dog at 7:00 a.m. and the office was closed so that was annoying. The park is clean, attractive and there is ample room between sites. Cable TV is included with many channels and the internet worked flawlessly, even during peak periods. There is a continental breakfast offered in the mornings. The staff was friendly and efficient. We would stay here again.
This park is about 15 miles north of Carlsbad. It was a little inconvenient for visiting Carlsbad Caverns but the other campgrounds did not look very well kept. The campground closest to the Caverns did not look well maintained. We were happy with our decision to stay at Carlsbad KOA. The campground was not crowded during our stay. There was adequate room between sites and the campground was quiet. We were in site D6 which was close to the bathrooms. Internet was accessible but was very slow during peak times. I accessed internet in the mornings and had no major problems. Limited cable stations but adequate. Staff was friendly and efficient. We would stay here again.
This is a small park off the beaten path in Branson. It is across from the State Park entrance off old Route 165. We had a concrete pad and a pull through site. The park was quiet. This campground is a short drive to the strip. I would not stay here again but only because I prefer to be closer to the strip in Branson. If you prefer a country setting, then I would recommend this campground.
The best thing about this campground is its proximity to the Rocky Mountain NP. The entrance is literally just around the corner. We were in G row which has an incredible view of Longs Peak. The bathrooms were clean and there were an adequate number of bath houses. The grounds could use some upkeep but the location outweighs the disadvantages. There were some problems with barking dogs but anymore we seem to encounter that wherever we are. The sites are fairly close together but not on top of each other. We would stay here again.
We were in site 307. It is not on the main road into the campground and is a little quieter. The river is just a short walk either down a road or steps. The price for this campground is much too high for the amenities, but the view and access to the river compensate somewhat for the lack of amenities. There is an unkempt look with weeds everywhere and that is a shame because it could be a pretty campground. We did not notice overflowing trash containers as noted in one review. I would not recommend the river sites because they are very, very crowded, close together and only a few hundred feet from the train tracks. The section we were in was quiet and the train didn't bother us because of our location in the campground. The campground is three miles from the Glenwood Springs exit and there is a bike path through the canyon and into town that is easily accessed without driving to a trail head. We would stay here again since there are limited campgrounds in this area from which to choose.
We were in a premium site, number 111, and were very pleased. We had a private patio, fence between us and the next site and a gas grill. The regular sites are a little close which is why we chose to pay the extra for a premium site. The campground is well kept and the staff are friendly. The laundry is clean and reasonably priced. We would stay here again. Be sure to review the site map when picking your campsite since some of the sites are very close together.
This campground has two sections. One section has nice shaded sites and adequately sized spaces. The other section is comprised mostly of permanent campers. The campground is well kept and nicely groomed. Unfortunately we had a site in the permanent camper section which was a terrible site. I would not recommend this part of the campground for a lengthy stay. It would be okay for overnight. Sites in the other section would be great for lengthy stays. The hosts/owners were friendly and helpful. My rating of 6 is based on our experience in the campground, including the site we were given.
We chose this park because of its proximity to the Colorado National Monument. It has paved roads and gravel sites. There are a few trees but overall it looks like a desert campground. The campground was quiet and well kept. The restrooms were clean and new. The pool was very small but we did not use it so it was immaterial to us. It is convenient to the interstate and to Grand Junction. The cable offered several channels and I didn't mind paying for the internet (4.95/day or 14.95/week) because it was fast and reliable. If visiting the same area, we would stay here again.
We stayed here mainly because it was the only campground near Durango with cable. The cable was very limited with only about 10 channels. The campground is well maintained and the hosts are friendly and helpful for the most part. The Wi-Fi is slow at times. The campground is usually full. There are nice views of the surrounding mountains from some of the sites. Overall, we were fairly pleased with our stay except for some persistent barking dogs which annoyed my husband.
This is our second time to stay here. It is a very well-run park off of Main Street. It is convenient to the town and across from the city park. The restrooms are clean and the laundry area is very nice. There is no pool and there is nothing for children to do so it is not family friendly. The park is clean and well kept and it is obvious the owners take pride in the park.
This campground is the best one in the area but that is not saying much. The campground itself isn't bad but they have long term residents here and most of them have dogs. The dogs are in pens and they bark quite a bit--more than we like. I would have rated this campground a 5 if not for the dogs. We stayed here because it is the closest campground to Chaco Canyon that I could find. I would try to find another place to stay but would stay here again as a last resort.
This is the second time we have stayed at this campground. It is top notch. I would give it a 10 except for the fact that their cable channels are very limited and for the nightly rate they should have more options. The grounds are well kept and the park is immaculate. Would stay here again.
This is not a destination campground but one suited to an overnight stay. There is some noise from I-40 so if that bothers you look for another campground. This is our second time to stay here and we find it convenient to get in and out of and it is also close to a Love's fuel stop. It suits our needs for an overnight stay.
This is your average KOA except it is close to I-90 so there is some traffic noise. Luckily we were away from the road so that reduced the noise somewhat. There are trains that come by every hour and blow their whistle several times. The tracks are right beside the interstate. We were given ear plugs at check-in so I knew we were in trouble. The ear plugs did help but if you were up close to I-90 you wouldn't get any sleep, ear plugs or not. We had a hard time finding the office because there was no sign. Also, it is a little tight but we saw some 40' motorhomes in here so you can maneuver carefully. I would not stay here again.
Excellent campground for overnight stay and for the money. We had 50 amp, strong Wi-Fi at the site, and cable TV with plenty of channels. Quiet campground although we could hear some traffic noise from I-90. The owner was friendly and the site was large enough so we didn't have to unhook. Definitely a good place to stay overnight.
The park itself is well kept and neat. My major problem is the price and what you get for the price. The cable here (for which they charge extra) is a joke with only 12 channels. The other complaint is that they charge you $20 if you arrive before noon (the posted check-in time) and will not allow you to wait on the premises. It is a good base to visit the Seattle area and that is probably why they have the business they do. We had a nice back in site but it is close to 212th Street which has a lot of traffic. I would not stay here again.