This is a county park. We live nearby and camped for 3 nights in order to clean our camper before returning it to storage. The campground is paved with concrete pads and most sites are pull thrus. The showers are some of the nicest and largest we've ever seen in a campground. The dressing area had a 5 ft long bench and plenty of hooks. They were running a summer special --$30 including water park access (normally $8 per person). The water park underwent recent renovations, so was closed for awhile. No reservations needed in summer, but I was told it fills up in the winter. There is NO shade - so awnings are a must. Laundry is reasonably price at $1.75 wash and 75 cents dry, but laundry room is hot! Trains were a bit annoying, but we got used to them. Park has nice biking paths and playground. My only real complaint is that there was a "long term" camper there whose site was a trash pit. And their enormous dog got loose one day and was a nuisance. For that reason I lowered my rating a bit. Otherwise, this campground was clean and conveniently located and suited our needs. We would stay there again.
We camped here for 4 nights in a 31ft RV and had a pull thru site which was very long. We really enjoyed this campground. There is a nice pool with an attached small splash area and 2 small water slides (not open the entire day.) Also a jumping pillow, movies at night, small rec center, and adequate store. Nice boat dock area where everyone fished. Very nice enclosed dog park on high ground. WiFi but no cable. Bathrooms had complete toilet sink and shower in each room. Only complaints were that bathrooms needed more hooks and benches, and the area right outside our front door was muddy. We didn't have enough room to put out our outdoor rug. It rained hard our last day there and there was lots of standing water. Also, they really need more bathrooms because many sites are taken by tent campers in groups with lots of people. Be aware that they sell memberships to locals to use the pool so it can get crowded. This campground is off the beaten path a little and you have to pay a $1 per axle toll on bridge. We enjoyed the seclusion and were still no more than 30 minutes from major attractions. Highly recommend this campground.
I can't rate this higher than a 2 based upon comparing to other campgrounds I've stayed at, including many KOA's. This had almost no amenities that I'm used to seeing at KOA's. The clubhouse was padlocked and no breakfasts were ever held. No children's activities at all. No cable TV. Spotty Wi-Fi. Dog area was just an over sized pen. Our first site was too steep but they promptly gave us another one. The campground is right next to a trailer park and it appeared to me that the "locals" were using the playground and laundry facilities. I did not feel comfortable letting my 10 year old son roam around on his own. Campground was pet friendly, but I think we were the only ones who brought our own bags and cleaned up after our dogs. It was nearly impossible to turn left onto 78 when leaving the campground. The laundry was not in an enclosed room and the washers looked worn out. Positives? The bathrooms were clean and showers had a separate dressing area. Small pool appeared clean but we did not use it. Staff was friendly but it didn't appear that the owners were very involved. Can't recommend this place.
Beautiful, family and pet friendly campground. Stayed in loop 500 which was convenient to ferry to Magic Kingdom. Could also walk to main pool and area where movies were shown. Largest campground I've ever stayed at. We had bikes, but many rented or brought golf carts. There is also a bus that circles the campground, but we did not use it. Sites are tightly packed together and hard for some large rigs to back in. We had 31 ft 5th wheel and site 551 was okay. Sewer connection was awkward, but manageable. Bathrooms and laundry were clean, but were a little far from our site. Shower was small, but had separate changing area. Very quiet, serene setting and really enjoyed our stay. Only reason not to give it a 10 is that the sheer size of the campground somewhat detracts from the camping experience. But will definitely stay again. Be sure to call and ask for AAA discount.
Convenient location right off the freeway, but had lots of trees so a nice feeling of privacy. Nice pull thru spots. Campground was very well maintained. Bathrooms were some of the cleanest I've seen. Nice laundry room right in the office area. Small playground for kids and pool.
Showers were very clean and large, with a nice seat in the shower. The laundry area was very clean and conveniently located right next to the pool. Also had the lowest prices we've seen in awhile! The campground was conveniently located off the freeway, yet very quiet and private. Lots of shade trees. Nice pool and clubhouse. Very well maintained. I would highly recommend this campground and am looking forward to a return visit!
Absolutely gorgeous campground! Trees at almost every site. Huge pool. Nice clean bathrooms. Be aware there are NO full hookups -- only water/electric, but there are central sewer dumps at the park. It appears that most who stay here are connected to the Horse Park next door -- lots of golf carts at the campground. We only stayed one night but I would stay here again.
This is the 2nd largest KOA in the country, and it had every imaginable amenity! There are tons of things for kids to do -- water slide, pool, splash pad, playground, movies, and etc. My ONLY complaint: we got a spot with water/electric only, and it was up on steep hill. It was extremely hard to get our 31 foot 5th wheel into the spot, and the bathrooms were all at the bottom of the hill! There were no bathrooms on the hill area, which had tons of spots. If I stayed there again, I would make sure I had a spot down below the hill. It is only 5 miles from Mount Rushmore! We highly recommend this campground, just make reservations in advance because it's always booked solid.
It is a small campground, but very well maintained with super friendly staff. The pull thru sites were a little hard to get into, but adequate. There are lots of kids activities, ice cream and movies every night, and pancake breakfasts. It is convenient to Mesa Verde and the Durango-Silverton train. The only complaint is that it's very close to the main road and you could hear some road noise.
Very convenient location in the heart of Moab! Convenient to both Arches and Canyonlands National parks. Nice bathrooms and laundry. Sites are pull-thrus, but are pretty tight and not much room to park once you are unhooked. But the location is worth the inconvenience!
Nice campground, located right next to the Grand Canyon Railway. Clean bathrooms and laundry. My only complaint is that the Wi-Fi signal was really poor, and I even went to the hotel lobby to try to pick up a better signal and it was weak, too. I would have given it a 10 if it weren't for that.
We didn't spend the night, but rather, paid $30 to park for half a day. The campground is right off the freeway in the French Quarter. It's all concrete and no shade trees, but extremely clean and some sites have nice gazebos. The clubhouse area is small, but very nice. Clean bathrooms, nice pool and gym. Staff was extremely friendly. You can walk to the visitor center from the campground, and to the French Quarter if you don't mind a little hike. We walked to the aquarium but took a cab back. I would recommend this place if you want to be close to New Orleans and are willing to sacrifice shade and grass.