Very nice park and fairly easy on off from I-40 in spite of all the road construction going on. We felt fortunate to get a shady spot without a reservation. Office staff is very efficient and friendly. Interior roads are gravel as are most sites but many have concrete pads which are level. The sites are huge compared with most commercial RV parks. Wi-Fi is OK most of the time, although we did get bumped off several times. No cable but over the air reception from Memphis is adequate. We would definitely stay here again.
We chose this KOA because of previous reviews and in particular "shade" was mentioned. It seems there was an attack by a chain saw in this park. There are very few trees left...don't know what in the world happened that all the trees were cut with just stumps remaining. There is no privacy, although sites are large enough. It's a big parking lot with strips of dry grass between sites. Certainly not a welcome site on a blistering September day. We would have rather stayed in a nice shady rest stop but needed the facilities for one night. We would not stay again now that all the trees are gone.
A welcome port since the campground in Denver where we had reservations did not bother to answer their phone or even clear their messages. We hoped to be able to arrive a day early there. Since the office was closed, we decided to keep driving. This KOA was very pleasant and we were able to get a water and electric spot on a holiday weekend. Sites are tight, as most of the campgrounds are in the Lower 48. After spending three months in the north country in provincial parks and some really spectacular private parks, I admit we have been spoiled. The dog run is large with lots of toys for the furry kids and I might add lots of welcome shade. They serve breakfast for holiday weekends. Staff is very nice. Sites are level and in all the park is very clean. Interstate noise can be a problem. We stayed two nights. We would definitely stay here again if traveling this way again.
Beautiful scenery around Leadville. Park itself is very rough looking although the tent sites look more appealing and have the feeling of a forest campground. We were told we could not get full hookups so opted for water and electric only. The roads are very rough, not maintained with very little gravel left. Spots are extremely tight and unfortunately our view consisted of a travel trailer on one side and a motorhome on the other. Showers and restrooms very nice. There is no Wi-Fi, cable. Walking the dog was problematic since the dog walk area was a tiny patch of scrub brush with some broken glass here and there. We had to leave after one night because of altitude sickness, so be aware of you may be susceptible. The trip to Leadville from the interstate was quite a challenge for the 37 foot motorhome. Some harrowing turns on a long uphill pull to over 10,000 feet. Certainly not a relaxing trip for us. Some TLC on the grounds would go a long way here.
We picked this park because it happened to be situated on our way to I-70 traveling south. What a disappointment...should have read the reviews first. Very tight entrance to the park which is behind the motel. Anything over 37 feet would have a time maneuvering. Pull-through sites very narrow. Shade trees are bare minimum. Luckily it was a cool day. Gravel site was pretty level. No grass. View is that of a dirt and gravel pit. Wi-Fi was good and front desk lady was very nice. We would not stay here again.
Big RV resort...very neat and friendly staff...unfortunately there was a boils water order while we were there...as well as some power failures and cable TV outage but these occurred after a thunder storm so possibly related. Very noisy and no privacy. Sites level and roads paved with pretty landscaping. We would stay again if in the area but might consider spruce grove just down the road.
Compared to Jasper park, this was a disappointment. Tandem camping I.e. Two RVs to one larger than normal gravel site so there is essentially no privacy. If both RVs have slides extended you have about two feet between them. Sites are not level . We would not stay here again.
Nice little private park. Easy on/ off interstate and OK for 1-2 night stay. They have a military museum and actually we were shocked to hear rapid fire gunfire while trying to relax outside one evening. One evening someone was driving around in some sort of crowd control vehicle. If you're into this sort of display it's OK. Just not our idea of a relaxing stay. We probably would not stay here again.
In all fairness we tried to find a site that was level on a hot day after a long day of driving and just gave up. ( Self service parking). It was impossible to level the motorhome using stabilizers. So we pulled out of the campground without registering. I gave this campground a five based on the fact that the sites were so poorly graded, a railroad track ran right beside the campground, and there was no shade available for the motorhome. It's basically an open field with some trees around the perimeter. Perhaps others may have had better luck with this park.
Pleasant location between mountains and the river. Basically you are out in a field. To say there is shade available is stretching it since the only shade is pretty much reserved for tents or dry camping. If you want services then you are out in the open. These are extremely tight. Unable to use awning if someone is parked next to you. Some 15 amp sites are backed up against the perimeter of trees by the river. The only TV we were able to get was one clear channel via antenna. It's the only game in town, so we would stay here if we were in the area.
Pleasant shady campground. Good for overnight stay. Sites are well spaced albeit still no privacy available. Some traffic noise but well off in the distance. Lots of walking paths, grass,trees, wild turkeys, deer. Altogether relaxing. We would stay here again. Wi-Fi and cable excellent. 50 amp power was very much appreciated given 100 degree temps for most of the day driving.
OK for an overnight stay but it would not be a destination. Some trees, lots of interstate noise however. As per most campgrounds in the lower 48, no privacy between sites. Wi-Fi was sketchy since they reportedly lost their transmitter during a storm a few days ago. No cable tv and no antenna reception. I don't know about satellite since ours is not connected. We would not stay here again.
OK if you are extremely tired and need a pull over for the night. Would not make this a destination to be sure. Interstate noise, plain vanilla grounds. Not sure if we actually got 50amp service promised since we were only able to run 1 AC without tripping. It was struggling in 100 degree heat. No shade to speak of. Maybe in another 20 years when the little trees have matured. Some artificial shade over picnic tables might add some character. Certainly overpriced. Female desk person curt. Wi-Fi and cable TV ok. We would definitely not stay here again.
Nice shady park. An oasis after driving 8 hours in 100 degree heat and 25mph winds. Sites that should be singles are actually doubles (each site is 14 ft wide). For an extra $10 though you can purchase a super site. Not sure either what qualifies it as a super site! Sensible width?! Grass? There's an extra $1 charge if you have a pet. What is that for exactly? I'm not sure what qualifies this park as a Good Sam park, or a resort either. There is no cable TV available and no antenna reception either. However, all told we appreciated the shade and 50 amp power as well as the Wi-Fi. Not sure we would stay here again.
A gem in the rough. Relaxing spot on the Sikanni River. OK for an overnight stay. The layout was a little bit confusing although the sites were numbered. Riverside sites were few and only had power/no water service. Bath house looked like it was about to cave in, lots of mold. Needs a redo and some sprucing up. We are self contained so services not really an issue for us. This wouldn't be our first choice.
Comfortable campground with most sites overlooking a large pond/Reflection Lake. The pull-through sites are in the middle of the park with no trees. Waterfront sites are average in size,certainly wide enough to extend those slides and awnings, without encroaching on your neighbor. They offer a nice cafe that opens at 6:30am for those who need to get an early start. The cable/satellite TV offers a limited number of channels but does include 1 HBO/Canada chanel if you want a break from reading. We would definitely stay here again.
Good place to refresh, restock,repair. Nice conveniences after several days of driving and staying in campgrounds with fewer amenities. Staff very friendly and helpful. Very nice gift shop with limited, but appreciated grocery/sundry store. Noisy, but it's very close to downtown Whitehorse and the airport so not surprising.There is a bus stop at the entrance for those who need to get into the city. The owners have tried to offer all the modern conveniences. Spaces a little tight. We would stay here again.
Pretty nice campground in a natural setting. The office also has a small book exchange which is always nice while traveling. Wi-Fi not available at individual sites but that's not unusual for many northcountry campgrounds. We enjoyed our overnight stay and would camp here again.
What a lovely spot directly on Kluane Lake. The park is well manicured and a testament to the owner's years of care. The small store/office has a book exchange also which proved to be a pleasant surprise. We would definitely stay here again. This is grizzly country.