There is a dump station and potable water on-site. RV Reviews has it listed in Corpus Christi, but it is a world away from the city/traffic/crowds of Corpus. Situated in the Padre Island National Seashore . . .miles and miles of near-empty beaches.
Worst KOA we have stayed at. No one to check us in despite being there before 5. Trash was a disaster--no dumpster and cans overflowing. Poorly maintained. Decent WI-FI only after paying an additional $10. Would not stay here again.
Worth passing up the RV parks in Casper, WY--if you are heading south--to get to this one. Great wi-fi, nice location. Level, gravel pitches and a fully enclosed dog area. Friendly staff. Open all year with full hook-ups--hard to find!
Open in the winter which is an automatic winner - but only electric available. No water or sewer on-site during the winter. Showers and bathrooms are closed as well. But nice park with access to the river and a nice walking path behind the fenced dog area.
Nice, large pitches and clean showers and bathrooms. Open all year, but electric only at the pitches in the winter (you can fill your water from a hose near the office.) There is an extra charge for the WIFI, and the signal was not very strong. It sits below the freeway, so be prepared for some road noise.
Great stop in an area with few winter options! Right on a creek just outside of the charming town of Nelson. Close to skiing. Friendly hostess, can't beat the rates. Wi-Fi comes and goes but when it comes, it's good to excellent.
Hard to complain about the only RV Park open in Castlegar in December so sometimes you have to take what you can get. But the one spot available is like camping in someone's backyard. No showers or washrooms available.
Open all year, although only electric hook up in the winter -- but it is difficult to find an RV park open all year around here. Friendly staff, showers, laundry and bathrooms available. Play area. Not much space between pitches, but they do allow campfires which is very rare! Right on the Kettle River, easy walk to town (Grand Forks), and access to the Trans Canada trail.
For an RV Park (we usually prefer campgrounds), it was very good. Excellent Wi-Fi and laundry facilities on-site. (This is the only laundry facility in the city open to the public.) Very friendly staff. Has full hook-ups even in winter (which is challenging in this area due to the freezing temperatures). We checked out another RV park on Highway 174, but it was seedy looking.