The staff is very friendly but the park is very long of tooth. We lived in Cheyenne 25 years ago and the park seems to have had little maintenance or remodeling since that time. Streets are gravel and have potholes in places. Sites were once gravel but most have little gravel left and many have potholes in them. There are nice trees. Most have picnic tables, but some tables are in poor condition. Restrooms and showers are in desperate need of remodeling. Paint appears to be all that has been done in many years and cleaning is only fair. The mini-golf is unusable. Pool is small but in good condition. The park is mostly occupied by oil & gas workers with many semi-permanent, older RVs.
This park is nothing to boast about but it is reasonably well cared for and has fairly good sites with some grass and level. For the price charged and in the location where they are, it cam be a good choice for an overnight stop. We stayed three nights and we would stop there again.
This park has only fair roads and access could be better but it is very attractive and the staff are friendly and helpful. It is well located and all sites have very good shade. We would stay here again.
This park gives most discounts, PA, Escapee, Good Sam and several others. The sites are just hook-ups in a graveled parking lot but they are level, access is very good and some sites have fair shade. The staff are friendly and the price is the best that I know of in that part of the state. We would stay here again.
This park looks to have been a very nice park, not long ago but is today occupied mostly by rundown older RVs with permanent residents, scrap lumber and tarp shacks and junk all around many of them. It seems to be mostly construction and agricultural workers of low social/economic status. It is not a place where we would be comfortable leaving our RV for an extended period. For the rate charged, this should be much nicer.
This park is 2.5 miles from I-5 and so could be a little more convenient to get to, but we found it reasonable. It is a Good Sam park and is very well kept and attractive. The Wifi is excellent here and works as well as anywhere we have been. The sites are not over large but sufficient. Many of the RV sites appear to be occupied by longer term residents. We found this to be a good value for a short visit. We would stay here again.
The RV park is basically a big parking lot with full hookups. Access is good but there is no visual attraction at all. Wifi is only workable if parked near the restroom where the router is located and it is poor even then. The pet area consists of a gate into a field that is not mowed. The entire RV park is asphalt paved.
This is a beautiful park with all paved streets, level concrete pads, nice lawn for each site, and very easy to access, pull-through sites. While shade is sparse, there are trees in every site and they are growing so that will improve each year. The entry is exceptionally attractive and the pack does not fall short of what you would expect from the entry. Staff were very friendly and helpful. The park is just far enough from the interstate to be away from road noise, yet has excellent access. There is a Wal-Mart just up the street and several choices of where to get fuel. For the price this park is outstanding!
This park is not fancy but it is very clean and well cared for. Access is excellent and roads are gravel in good condition. Sites are gravel and level with nice grass at each one. Access from I-80 is very easy but far enough from the highway to avoid road noise. There is a railroad about 1/2 block distant but trains are few. There are a good selection of restaurants very near and shopping is less than a mile distant. There is a good selection of fuel stops with one truck stop at this exit and several more three miles farther down. We would stop here again.
This is an older RV park and well past it's prime. Access is very good and sites are large and well spaced. Staff are very friendly. It is near assorted shopping with a Wal-Mart nearby. It is very popular with travellers, construction and farm crews. Nothing to brag about, but adequate.
The park is nice and nearly all sites are shady. The RV sites are small and very tightly packed. Because it is near the interstate highway it is very convenient but it is also very noisy with constant highway noise and heavy truck traffic. The park is pet friendly but the pet run was filthy dirty and poorly maintained and our dog refused to go inside. There are also numerous older RVs that have boards around them for skirting and seem to be permanent residents.
This park is accessible to I-35, but access to sites is poor for larger RVs. It is an older RV park and is pretty run down. Immediate neighbors are a construction yard and Lowe's store. Streets are narrow and in poor condition. We felt that the rates were misleading in the campground guide as last year was listed as $24. We would not return in the future.
This park is in a rural area, on a poorly maintained county road. When we visited there were only three sites occupied and the feel collection was self service. There are Corps of Engineers parks nearby and I am amazed that anyone was staying there. "We did not spend the night" but chose to go on to the COE park which was very nice.
This is not a destination park but is an excellent choice for those who just want a nice, friendly place to spend the night. The park is clean and attractive and serves fully self-contained RVs. Access is very good and location is convenient to all city facilities.
This Corps of Engineers park with level, paved sites and a nice view. The shady sites are limited in number for RVs but nearly half of the tent sites are well shaded. There is also a section of the RV area that is for visitors who have horses, with pens for them. There is a 14 day limit but it can be extended by the lake manager, who usually will approve it unless the extension includes a major holiday when the park fills.
This park has large trees with good shade, but that is the most outstanding feature of it. It is an old park that is much in need of renovation. The pool is OK, the shower building is as clean as an old, run down building could be kept. But it needs attention. The sites are nice, but range from near level to difficult to level in. The owners are friendly, but rather resentful toward the military campground located on Ft. Knox. While the park did not have Wifi, there is an open link that is accessable when near the store or entrance. It seems to come from a nearby home. The new owners are working very hard to bring the park up, but they need a major capital investment. The rate that I quoted was based upon a weekly rate of $166.50
This is a good choice for one night, but we would not stay longer. Access is very easy, but the streets are gravel and dusty. Staff are very nice and helpful. There is no shade in the sites. WiFi is available for $4 per night.
This is a nice park with easy access. All streets and sites are paved and it shows a high level of care and maintneance. We stopped for only one night so did not check out everything, but we would return.
As others have said, this is the HQ for the Escapees RV Club. Everyone is welcome, but members stay for only $12.50, plus electricity. While I would rate this park very high for those who have any interest in becoming a member, if fairness I also would have to say that a family just passing through on vacation would probably be better served by a park out near Lake Livingston. What makes it great is the Escapees RV Club! We were there for the New Year's Eve party.
The rating of this park will depend upon what the visitor seeks. There is nothing there for children to do and it does not have showers. It does now have a laundromat that is very clean and new. It is small, but this park only has 38 sites! This park supplies exactly what their web site says it does. It is very quiet and in an very rural setting, yet only two miles from major highways and with good roads and easy access. The sites are reasonably wide and very easy to get into, with wide streets of well maintained gravel. Most sites are pull-through. The lake is well away from the sites, but has tables for visitor use and has catch & release fishing with no license. The owners are very nice and the park is run such that there is little contact with the staff, unless you need something. There are trees near the sites, but none in the campground so there is no shade, but it does make for very easy access. This is a good park to stay in if you seek only a place to stay and to sleep, but not to be entertained. We spent a week there to visit family and we will return next spring!
The park is great, with miles of hiking trails and spectacular scenery. The campground is only so so. The staff are friendly and the park is clean. But there are tall weeds between some of the sites and there are none with a sewer connection. Some sites have no hook-ups. It is great for a week end or a short visit.
The park is just over the fence from the rail road track. The sites are very small and narrow. The motorhome in the site next to us had to move our picnic table to extend his street side slide. The utilities are in the gravel strip that is the yard area of the next site, street side. The pull through sites are just long enough for our 35' motorhome and toad. Like most KOA parks, there is an extra cost for sewer, 50A, cable TV, and even a fee of $2 each person if you have any visitors to your RV. We would not stay here again.
This is a Passport America park and is worth the price for a night, but I would not spend more than that. The park facilities are very limited and the scenery is poor. Access to the sites and to the highway are fair.
This is a Passport America park and we paid only 1/2 price. I would rate it as an OK park with good streets and level sites, but few amenities. I would stay for a night, but not long term. If you are a member of Passpost America, it is a bargin. The employees are friendly and helpful. It is well off of the street and quiet.
This park is a member of Passport America and we paid half price for four nights. The sites are fair with full hook-ups and the streets are gravel. Shade is very lacking as is grass, but this is desert and rocks so this is normal for the area. The facilities are new and very well maintained and the pool and facilities were spotless. We found the staff to be very friendly and helpful. We will stop there again!
This is a very nice, quite new, park. We found the people to be very helpful and friendly. All streets and sites are paved and in excellent condition. The grounds are very well cared for with landscaping and flowers. We will stay here if we pass this way again!
This is a the campground for Ft. Knox Army post. It is open to military, active and retired, government employees and to guests of the soldiers who are stationed there. It is a very nice park with a large play ground and a fishing lake near by. There are 30 new sites with paved pads and full hook-ups. This park does not take reservations.
This is a friendly park with very nice trees and poor to fair roads. The sites vary from reasonably level to very un-level. The pool is in good condition and restrooms are old, but reasonably clean. The park seems to be an old one that could use a major renovation.
We found the people to be friendly and the campground shady. The pool was not open when we were there in July of 2004. We have stayed there three times and we feel that it is a reasonable value for the area. We would stay there again as it is very handy and in an area with few places that are close to the highway.
The park has very dusty streets and many sites are in poor repair. The staff were friendly enough but the price was a little high for that area and the time of year. We also disliked the fact that the owner bragged to me about causing problems for RVs who park at Wal mart, which is far from the interstate and have very few there. I felt the owner's attitude was arrogant and condescending to his customers. I will not go back, even though we will return to Cheyenne.