This is a very clean park. The sites are very level and there are bushes in between sites for privacy. The sites are not very wide, but work fine for big rigs. Do not be fooled by their website, there is quite a walk to the beach. We stayed 4 nights and would return should the occasion arise. The only reason I did not score a 10, is because the Wi-Fi is terrible.
This is a beautiful campground and is just a short path away from Diamond Lake. The staff is friendly. The sites are large enough for big rigs and very level. The only reason I did not give it a 10 is because the Wi-Fi is terrible and there is no cable, which means without a satellite service you have no TV. The entire camp was very clean.
We generally don't stay at a KOA, but must say, this is a fantastic campground. The staff is friendly and helpful. The back portion of the park is covered with Redwood trees and when you are back there it gives the feel of being in a rain forest. It is awesome. The front part where we stayed is very well maintained. I would definitely recommend staying here. Our RV is 39' long.
The best KOA we have ever camped in. We generally don't use KOA, but would definitely return here. It is darling and well kept. The owners are very nice and helpful. There is a stream with a walking path that is delightful.The spots are level with plenty of room for big rigs. This place is a winner.
I try not to be negative, but this campground is terrible. If you have a small RV without a slide out, you might be fine. There was no one in the office, so we called the number and found the owners were gone to the mountains. A nice lady the owners called came by and directed us to our site. We set up and then she came back and told us we had to move. This is not a campground, but where people live in their RVs and mobile homes. We won't ever go back.
A nice smaller park with a friendly owner. There is a pond where you can fish or use their boats. Nice picnic area. Our spot was nice and level. Be aware the spaces are rather close together, but we were only there 2 nights.
I will start with the positive. The park is clean and well kept. The staff is friendly. The sites are a good size and are comfortable. The sites by the pond are very shaded and have a nice view. Negatives, the Wi-Fi as advertised does not work unless you take your device up to the office. We were in site #55 and those sites in this area are backed up to a county road and mobile home park. Parking was an issue because they did not have enough parking spaces per site. We also were facing their station where propane was sold and a covered carport. Other areas did have a nice view. Cable actually only has 6 stations.
We camped at Four Seasons two weeks. The sites are very clean and we had plenty of room for our 39 foot motorhome with a full side slide. There is no cable, and you will only pick up 4 channels on your antenna. Two of those will be Spanish channels. The staff is friendly. There are only 2 reason I gave an 8 rating, one is because of the terrible problem with dust.There are river sites, but if you are going to stay any more than a few days, they will not give those sites to you. That is the second reason I gave them an 8 rating.
This campground is at the top of Raton Pass and very easy to get to. The owners are very helpful. We stayed one night as a stop over on our way to Colorado. I would recommend this campground for a few nights, but there are no amenities that would make you want to stay longer.
We stayed here last summer for one week and it wasn't long enough. We returned this summer for 3 weeks and loved the entire stay. The people and and staff are very friendly. There is a pond in front of our motorhome, stocked with trout and the Red River is behind our RV. The ducks are precious and the deer come into the camp at night. I would recommend this park to anyone wanting cool weather in the summer and a fun place to stay. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is because the wifi is iffy at best.
We spent 2 nights in Santa Fe and are not picky people. This was also the first time we had stayed at a KOA. In our opinion, this campground is way over priced for what it is ($51.00 per night). We requested and did receive a pull through, however it is nearly on top of your neighbor. There was no place outside our RV to sit because you needed a place to park your vehicle. If you are going for an extended stay, this is not the campground you want. I still cannot believe the price they charge.
This was the first time we stayed here and we stayed for 3 weeks. We were in site #77 (pull through), and it was perfect. Beautiful view of the river, where my husband fished for trout. We could sit in our chairs right outside our RV and enjoy the peace and tranquility the scenery offered. This is a very clean campground with a very friendly staff. The only reason I didn't give it a 10, is because the Wi-Fi was iffy at best. It worked most of the time on our laptop, but for my Kindle I had to go sit by the office to connect. Not really a big deal. I definitely recommend Pagosa Riverside.