This may be Grand Teton NP's best kept secret - there is ONE full hookup site at this campground, although there were plenty of RV's there with generators, which you may run from 8AM-8PM to charge things up. It is a beautiful campsite on the Lake. The site was a little difficult to get into, but level (and paved) once you got up the hill. Not for a big rig, though. In the trees. Near the Lodge in case you need something - has a restaurant, lounge, and some supplies. A real find!
Things must have changed some since reviews in 2007. Sites are spacious and reasonably level. Still lots for kids to do. Probably about half are full time sites, which was not a problem when we were there. Bathroom was not all that clean, but were manageable. Some dirt was of "normal" variety - i.e., tracked in dirt from busy feet. The staff wasn't particularly friendly, but we didn't need any special help, either. We would stay here again.
Very pleasant park on the Missouri River. Fairly level sites, some with shade. Access to the amenities at the Motel (e.g., pool, spa) Fantastic sunset (not guaranteed!) We would camp here again. A great spot for those into fishing and boating. It's all right there (including launch).
We camped here 24 years ago, as it turns out, liked it then and still do. They've made a lot of changes since then - pool, wireless, etc. This is one of the few places we've had to use the campground's wireless and it was off and on, but manageable. The kids seemed to be having a marvelous time. It's a lovely setting under tall pine trees near Rushmore and other Black Hills attractions. We would stay here again.
We did not run into any of the misunderstandings mentioned, but our stay didn't involve children or tents or an extended stay. We had a nice campsite on the water. There are tons of things for kids to do, as mentioned, but the campground is large, so we weren't bothered by excessive noise or activity. We would stay here again.
This park is very busy and although the bathrooms were clean, in three of the four toilets (separate rooms) there were problems with the lights. The other issues have been noted - no maintenance, muddy sites. Didn't use the WiFi, so can't speak to that. We decided to move to the national park, but they would not budge on policy for cancellations having to be made by 4:00 PM the day before. (It was about 5:00) We moved anyway.
Pleasant park. Level sites, some trees (a plus in this area). Didn't use wireless so can't say about that. Close to a good local restaurant and grocery. Drive into Santa Fe fairly direct. We would camp here again.
This is a lovely, well-kept park with big, level sites in the tall pines. The staff is very helpful and allowed us to cancel two days of reservations, which we did because it is a far trek to Yellowstone NP from here. It's a great place to stay on the way, though, and we would stay here again.
If you must have hook-ups, this is the place for you, but if you can get along without them, the other campgrounds are much nicer and spacious. The sites are very small. On the plus side, the staff is extremely helpful. They allowed us to add a reservation date, then cancel it, without fuss. The down side is essentially a product of the need for hookups. The park is well-kept, bathrooms clean, sites level.
Immaculate park, although close quarters. You can walk to town. Staff extremely helpful and gave us all the info about what to do in Cody (which is abundant) Don't know about WiF. We would camp here again.
As noted earlier, this campground has been around a while. however, they are obviously taking steps to bring it up to speed with what appear to be all new hookups (electric, water, sewer) and a new bathhouse/bathroom. The managers said they were having the roads graded this week. (This is their first year and they are very pleasant and helpful). Certainly adequate for an overnight with improvements on the horizon. Beautiful views of the Wind River Range and the river. We would stay here again.
Beautiful campground on the river with a "park within the park," i.e.,a large area with tall trees, swings for a leisurely respite, grass, and the waterfront of the river. Close to the state park where you can tube down the river as well as activities in Kerrville. (We went to the music festival which is on for about a month) I would definitely recommend.
This immaculate park with all the bells and whistles is delightful. Staff helpful. Sites level. Near the CO National Monument, a oft-overlooked gem. We would definitely recommend it without reservations. We camped in a travel trailer.
We had stayed at this campground 25 years ago and remembered how welcome the trees were. And they still are, a real plus in this hot location. Close to town, Arches, and Canyonlands. Staff very helpful. Park well-kept. Would camp here again.
Nice Park. Pleasant staff. Loved the INDOOR pool (no dust). Facilities clean and modern. The tour into Monument Valley with the Navaho guide was quite special. Wi-Fi worked well and worth the $3. Interesting museum and movie.
Lovely park in general. Shady and convenient to Sedona, including to shuttle, as well as to other gorgeous destinations in the area. Easy walk to creek with a place to bring a chair if your site isn't on the creek. Somewhat noisy during the day, but very quiet at night. Staff pleasant, if busy.
Charming spot with fantastic views and close access to town as well as to numerous options for trips to beautiful and interesting places, e.g., Tombstone and the Huachuka Mountains. Staff very helpful. Wi-Fi available, but they're still working on it. Sites fairly close together, but had some trees for afternoon shade. Bathrooms very clean, laundry nice, showers huge. The wagon-wheel circle gives kind of a nice effect, too. We would definitely camp here again.
This park is OK for an overnight stay. The bathrooms were clean and modern. The pool was closed and, as noted by others, there were a lot of sites blacked out. TV worked fine. We'd stop overnight again, but wouldn't stay longer. The location is hot, dusty, and rather desolate.
As a place to park for the night, it was all right. The lady in the office said they were planning upgrades of their bathrooms, which could use such, though they were relatively clean and functional. The sites were relatively small, not a huge problem for us with a travel trailer. The pool wasn't open - she said the city wouldn't let them open it when the winds were high because of the difficulty of filtering out the sand. (However, other pools in high wind areas in Texas seemed to be open, so who knows?) We would park here again overnight, but wouldn't stay any longer. It is close to Wal-Mart and some other businesses should you need to stock up on anything before moving on.
This is undoubtedly one of the best campgrounds we've ever stayed in. The owners go out of their way to make sure that your experience with them is outstanding - and ours was. No detail was missed. They are planning on leaving KOA and becoming Tall Pines Campground, as noted in another review. We would definitely camp here again.