We really enjoyed this RV park. It was a little hard to find, Googled the address before we went, and were directed to downtown Klamath Falls. We ended up calling them for help, they were 35 miles past that. They have had a problem with Google and recommend GPS'ing next time. It is a beautiful, lake front resort. Even though they don't have Wi-Fi hook ups, they have tables around the restaurant and store where you can sit as long as you like and get a connection, all free. Marina on site for rentals, bar/restaurant, general store with food and gifts. We were hoping for walking trails close by, but didn't see any which was fine since there was so much to do at the lake. Very friendly employees too!
Only stayed one night while traveling through but were really impressed. Very clean park, friendly owners, free Wi-Fi. We didn't use the pool or showers, but I wouldn't hesitate to if needed. I'm sure they are as clean as the rest of the park. Was a little hard to find at first as it sits behind a car repair store, but it was very quiet. Would definitely stay here again.
Couldn't be more disappointed with this "resort." Saw the misleading website with pictures that look nothing like what you get, and booked 3 nights. Occupied mainly by full time residents with dilapidated old trailers parked practically on top of one another. I wouldn't let my kids out of my site after seeing a few of them. No sewer hook ups or pull through sites available, they were taken by these residents. Cable line was cut, they advertise Wi-Fi but only 1 hour free per day, and then $6.00 a day through an outside source you link to. We did, and unless you sit within 10 feet of the office where the modem is, you won't get a connection most of the time. River access was a joke, you have to slide down the side of a hill that ends with no shoreline. Residents on day one, were blocking the path smoking pot and wouldn't even move to let us pass. Most travelers on our end were cramped tightly, some slide outs touching neighbors awnings, tents interspersed throughout. Hard to sleep at night with a very busy hwy right in front of our site. Used the showers once and the water went cold after 5 minutes, toilet overflowing in one stall. How this is a Good Sam Park is beyond me. All that and 60.00/night? Plus they have signs EVERYWHERE advising that you cannot have any visitors entering the area without paying $5.00/ per person! Yuk! Just a gross trailer park.
Had a great experience here. Extremely friendly staff, a busy park but a lot to do for the kids, great spaces, lots of room, gliders or swings at your site, clean grills to use, well-stocked store, close to Yellowstone. Enjoyed the Koffee Kabin that opened every morning and then again in the afternoon for ice cream. Would definitely stay here again.
Reserved a full hookup site in April for a July stay. Arrived and was put in a back in site with no full hook ups and was told they had to make changes and had emailed me. I never received any email. We saw they had full hookup sites open, but they said they are "first come, first served sites". Huh? They wouldn't let us move into one! The back in site was an extremely tight spot; our slide outs went over fire pits, basically on top of next door campers who were also disappointed. We had to unhook it all to drive to the front for the dump site and then go back, re-hook up, re-level; what a pain. Had a run down laundry area, $2.00 wash, $2.00 dry. Dryer ran 45 minutes with no heat. No sign to say it was not working. All other dryers were filled with the KOA's wetsuits from their other business of rafting. Staff was not friendly or concerned with our dissatisfaction, said , "We turn away over 30 people a day for these sites". Probably because it's about the only place in town. Next time we'll go elsewhere.