Good for a National Park campground. The sites were a bit closer together than we had hoped for. Not much privacy, but we had a wonderful time in Yellowstone anyway. The laundry was large and clean. We did not use their showers because they charge $3.50 for each one, but we had water hook-ups, so showering in our motorhome was no problem. We hadn't towed, so we walked to the store and the visitors center several times and it was a reasonable distance. If we go back to Yellowstone, we'd probably want to try out a different park, though I'm sure this is one of the best for RVers.
This choice had a lot to do with our daily mileage target on a cross-country trip. We were looking to stop in Arkansas, but based on horrid reviews from this site, none of the camps seemed worth the risk. So, we opted to stop a bit early at this KOA. Has regular KOA pricing (my rate was a family of 5), very nice staff, kids enjoyed the pool and I got through all the laundry while they were swimming, it's conveniently right nearby. Also had a nice catch/release pond for the boys.
Our family of 5 just took a 4 week tour across the US and this was by far everyone's favorite camp. Dad for the easy hookups and level site. Kids had tons to do, the staff was very friendly and we extended our stay here another night. There was entertainment and a reunion going on on one side of the park and we still had peace and quiet for a restful night at our camp. It's definitely a destination park, but we enjoyed it as a peaceful and well kept stop-over spot as well. We're already thinking about coming back with friends.
This park was a nice surprise. We were headed to Graceland anyway, finding a park outside Memphis was proving to be problematic and we decided to try it out. It is clean and the staff was friendly. We got to set up the camper and walk over to Graceland for the day, avoiding parking fees. The spot had easy hook-ups and we had a shade tree. BONUS: We wanted to try Marlowe's while in town (thanks to the DDD feature on the place) and from here we got a free ride in a pink Cadillac.
We stayed here based on glowing reviews from this site and it was an immaculately kept park, that's for certain. However, it is very well lit and located between two highways and a train track so if you're looking for a nice dark, quiet place to sleep this might not be it for you. If you're just trying to overnight somewhere good and clean, you'll love this place.
We arrived late on our way to the caverns an really had no other option without a lot of driving. The site we got was infested with no-see-ums and we were eaten to death in short order. Probably had something to do with the sewer cap being ineffective - tough to get a seal. Definitely would not stay here again.
This was a fine place for a one-night stay also. It was rather close to a train track, but that one didn't run: we did hear the one another 3 miles away a few times (not loud). The kids enjoyed the jumping pillow. The staff was very friendly and accommodating.
This was relatively close to the highway, but the noise overnight wasn't too bad. We all slept fine. The staff was very courteous. We were looking for a place late at night and they were the only ones in the vicinity with someone still in the office. The place was perfect for a one-night stop over.