Campground has two shower houses. The showers in the rear shower house had a temperature setting that was too hot and didn't seem to be adjustable. Charge reflects the weekly rate. All electric is metered. Some spaces have concrete and most have gravel. Some sites are just in the grass with a little bit of gravel. The campground was completely full during a couple days of my stay, so it would be wise to call ahead if you plan to stay. If I had to return to the same area, I would stay in this campground again. There are also tent sites.
Not all sites have Cable TV. Sites are level in grass. Roads are gravel. Entrance and exits from the park are narrow. Easy to miss the entrance when driving down the road. Our site had all the hookups in the rear of the site, so it was important to park correctly for the sewer hose to reach. Park borders a state park. There is a brook that runs besides the park and the park is connected to a trail that follows the brook. I would stay here again, if I were in the area. Cash only.
Excellent Wi-Fi in Laundry room. Great showers, private stalls for showers and toilets. Washers and Dryers are 1.00 each. Gravel site not level. I think this is a good overnight stop. Large field surrounding park, good for walking a dog. Would stay here again.
Wi-Fi worked OK. Very large campground with extra space and loads of things to do, all for a fee. Site was long and level. Would stay here again. This is a very large KOA. There is a small Dog Run located in the rear of the campground.
Built on a hill, this is a KOA with some elevation variations. A small campground for RVs. Nice restrooms, the ones in the main building have definitely been remodeled. The roads to get to it can be a challenge. If you want to visit this part of Philadelphia, it's a spot to stay. I do not plan to return.
Slow time of year, no one at office, Glad I purchased over the internet. Park is on a hill, but set up so most of the sites are level. It's been rainy so the campground is wet and muddy, typical for the northeast. I would not stay here again.
Dog Corral, nice dining lodge serving dinner and breakfast. Restrooms were in good shape. Surrounded by tall trees. Gravel site and paths. Road into campground is paved. Close to the highway, easy to find. Would stay here again.
Recently updated restrooms, dog corral, partly paved roads in the park. Site was level side to side, but sloped downhill. Would definitely stay here again. Friendly staff. Wi-Fi was OK. They had a power problem while I was there so they had to shut off the power for a few hours.
A paved road connects to all the sites, so no dust is generated when vehicles come and go. Large rocks used for the actual trailer sites. The large gravel will not track inside the rig, but good for providing friction. The trailer slid off Lynx levelers. Shower house OK, drains not so good. Shower bottom fills up with water. Staff is definitely helpful. Wi-Fi is an extra and worked best when computer was outside the trailer. There was some renovation scheduled for the shower houses after I left. I would stay here again if I didn't need to rely on the Wi-Fi.
Gravel, long pull throughs combination of two lots. Plenty of overflow parking available. Restrooms are clean but dated. Showers worked well. The water feature is a small pond. OK to walk around. Pool table was being replaced while I was there.
This is easy to get to from the highway. We got a pull-through. We stopped here on a rainy day so there were some puddles in some spots. The whole campground is level so no problem having a level trailer. The restrooms are clean and in good repair. The Internet worked, but no very well. I would stay here again.
The shower stalls have plenty of hooks and room. The only downside is you have to keep pushing a button to keep the water going. The restrooms are set up for handicapped, but I'm not sure how sticking a hand dryer between two sinks qualifies as helpful. There are some concrete pads for handicapped campers near the shower house. Other sites seem to be made from ground up asphalt. The utilities work well and are situated in the middle of the sites. The rate is for a back in site. I would stay at this park again if it was short term. There is a nice paved loop around the lake.
This is a great place to stay for the long term. The restrooms and showers are kept clean. If you have kids, there is a playground at a park that is within easy walking distance. The on site restaurant has excellent food and there are plenty of other choices a short drive away. There is a downside. It's very close to a train track and a highway. There is also the airplanes going overhead. The Wi-Fi works best when the park is not busy but is generally slow in the morning and early evening. The cable TV has analog and digital channels.
Lots of taxes. Restrooms are a full bath like a house, there are 2 of them. The restrooms have concrete floors and need to be swept out more often. 2 washer and 2 dryers. Wi-Fi works well. Low flow on the showers, but sufficient. No hooks in the shower. Lawns next to office are nice for walking the dog. The pull throughs have plenty of room.
Utilities are in the middle so we had to unhitch. Has some dog runs but they are on the small side. Barbecue in the restaurant is excellent as well as the desserts. Restrooms are definitely kept clean. There are no hooks in the showers though, just a fold down bench to put your belongings on. Wi-Fi works better closer to the office. I would come back for the barbecue.
Lots of room in the pull throughs. Had to unhook because the utilities are in the middle rather than the back. My trailer has the connections in the rear. Dog run fairly large with some sod. Supplied bags and scooper. Went to some expense for the dogs. Nice tent corrals with high fences, probably to protect from the Wyoming winds. Had to level trailer side to side. I would definitely stay here again.
Sites close together. We were parked about as far away from everything as we could get. You actually have to check in for the showers. Service is great from the people that work here. Had to dump on the way out because of the hookup situation. My gray tank drained when I was here but was still full when I left. Mosquitos are really bad in June and July. The restrooms are on par with other National Parks. The showers are very busy and the staff works pretty hard to keep them clean. I would recommend doing this once. Be prepared for cold weather.
Had a rainstorm so there were puddles, and some problems with mud where grass met gravel. Nice little dog park. Some pull throughs with sewer have concrete pads. Clean restrooms. Good food at the campground cafe. Pretty area, next to a pond which has been kept in a natural wetland with cat tails. Wi-Fi worked, had to keep entering the code with my iPhone. Didn't stay long enough to check it out on the computer. I would stay here again.
Shady, saw several deer, bird blind, trails, clean restrooms with some bugs. Tall trees in the campground that can be troublesome when getting in and out. Muddy in spots. Stayed at site 2, water leaked and created a swamp around the water outlet. If you want to stay on the weekend, you probably need to make an advance reservation.
There is Wi-Fi available at the campground store. The restrooms are clean with concrete floors. The handicapped grab bar is 3 inches below the hand dryer which was a poor design choice. I would stay here again.
The owners of this park need your business. I would definitely stay here again because they take good care of their campers. The bathrooms in this KOA are really clean. We got a special deal because we made our reservation in advance. We also ate dinner and breakfast at the campground for an additional cost. After a hard day of driving, it was a welcome rest to dine at the campground. The Tengo internet worked best close to the office. Sites were gravel with grass in between. The campground is just outside of Tucumcari with easy on off to the Interstate. I would definitely stop here again.
We stayed here for 3 months in the winter. If you stay more than a month, the monthly rate will apply to additional days. My 6 days over a month were charged at the monthly rate. Rate reflects a monthly stay. One night on a patio site is much higher because of taxes. This is like staying on a cruise ship without the food or the ship. Cable is available on the newer Patio sites. You can get phone and cable anywhere in the park if you are staying for a while. There are pedestrian gates at the main entrance for getting in and out when the road gate is closed. This is a gated community. The residents of this place are very friendly and there are loads of scheduled activities. I would stay here again.
An excellent deal. Pull throughs are long and level, No need to unhook. Restrooms were clean, 2 consisting of a sink, toilet and shower in one room. Any shady sites are back in only. Wi-Fi worked well. Easy to get to and from the highway. We had freezing rain while camped here and the campground drained well. I would stop here again if passing through.
Nice Big sites. Wi-Fi worked best at office, not good at the site. Dog Run with picnic table and waste collection tools, Waste bags were also available on the dog walk. Plenty of room to move in and out of the park. There is a horse corral so there are horse droppings on the lot. Sites are level. They have to haul their sewage so they ask water use be kept to a minimum. I could stay here again, but would like to try some of the other parks in the area.
Wi-Fi works if you are on the right hotspot in the park. There is one close to the road and one in the back. The one closest to the road works best. Park is all gravel. The bathrooms area a little dated. The pool and hot tub looked great and they have a nice recreation building. If I stay in Deming again, I will probably try some other park to see if they have better Wi-Fi service.
Wi-Fi worked well. Restrooms were new. We self checked in and left before seeing any of the office staff. Dogs were expected to eliminate waste in the puppy corral and no where else. Park was all gravel and dusty. Hookups were on a cement fixture. I would stay here again.
I picked the park because they said they had Wi-Fi when I was visiting friends in the area. The Wi-Fi is available in the office and the shower house. It doesn't cover the entire park. This felt like camping in a forest and it was definitely quiet at night. Not all the sites have full hookups. I would not return to the park. We just tracked lots of debris in the trailer and there are other places in the area, I would rather choose. The restrooms were clean but didn't care for the layout. The showers are separate from the changing rooms. This shouldn't discourage you from staying. They definitely have playgrounds for children and loads of cats.
I asked for a spot close to the Wi-Fi and got excellent service. You need to specify what's most important to you when you check in. Our site was also close to the trailer shower house. Unfortunately the site was also in a puddle during the rains. I would come back to this campground and pick a site with better drainage. There was plenty of room to walk the dog.
The pull throughs are long. We were able to leave our truck connected to our trailer, and there was still space between the truck and the roadway. The sites are gravel and there are some spots where there are holes in the road with puddles after the rain. The Wi-Fi was good if you get put in the right spot in the campground. Cable was good, Charter from Cape Girardeau with analog and digital channels. The bathroom floors are sealed concrete and the shower space is large. I would stay here again if I was passing through, and needed a place to stop.
The Wi-Fi works best next to the ranger station. As I got farther away from the ranger station, it became slower and less reliable. The park was opened in May 2011. The rest rooms look brand new and are set up for the handicapped. The one design issue I thought was silly, are the sinks and the electric hand dryer. The sinks are extra long from the wall and the gap between them is less than a foot. The hand dryer is located between the two sinks. I could only comfortably dry one hand at a time. Some sites have concrete, but most sites have gravel which looks like it came from ground up asphalt, so the sites are more solid that regular gravel. The restroom shower house has concrete floor. Showers are in separate rooms from the toilets. There is a laundry room with 2 washers and 2 dryers. If I didn't need to rely on Wi-Fi, I would stay here again. There is some road noise from the highway, but it's on the other side of the levee, so you can only hear it. The sites are wide enough to park two cars parallel so there's plenty of room for slides. There is a paved trail around the lake and plenty of room to walk your dog. Grass has been started and some trees have been planted, so this area will be improving over time.
Stayed for a week to be close to relatives staying in a resort. The shower house is dated, but clean. Laundry Room has a TV in it. Staff is very helpful. I was led to my site and got assistance parking the trailer. Management stayed past closing hours and awaited my arrival. I had a repair problem and they got help for me from a local service. I didn't use the cable but it was available. WiFi speed is excellent. Most of the sites are gravel. It was rainy while we are there and they have some erosion issues to address. When I needed a propane refill they transported the tank to and from my trailer. The last half mile is a driving challenge. There are people that return to this place on an annual basis. I don't plan on coming back here, but I would like to try some other places in Branson.
To get the current rates, you can check the website. This park is a short walk from a park alongside the Missouri River which has a playground. The RV park grounds are well maintained. The Beefeaters restaurant serves good food. Restrooms are kept clean. Wi-Fi is excellent. When you stay in a park for a while you can see they have maintenance issues, but they do their best to keep up with them.. A couple of dryers are out of order in the laundry room for more than a week. Laundry has 10 washers, 6 small dryers and 2 large dryers. Even when this park is full, it doesn't feel crowded. The lots are all concrete pads with wide paved streets. This is a good place to be for an extended stay. Monthly rates are about 12 times the daily rate with separately metered electric for the back in sites. Pull throughs are $150 for a monthly rate. Many people return to stay in this park.
The drive to the campground does require driving up and down some hills. I would not want to drive my trailer to this camping area in the dark as there is no outside lighting other than the restrooms. We camped in the full hookup area. The sites have plenty of room and the hookups are in good condition. The roads to the campground are all paved, the sites are gravel except for handicapped and host sites. You definitely need to make reservations if you want to camp during the weekend.
The sites are fairly level and the hookups are in good order. The grounds are kept mowed. I didn't have any trouble maneuvering around the park in my 34' trailer. There are a lot of construction materials piled around the place and a few old campers that appeared to be stored on the location. There are enough trees to make you feel like you aren't in the middle of farmland. The laundromat is open to the public so it contains lots of washers and dryers. The owners are smokers so the store and the restrooms have the lingering odor of smoke. There is a playground. I would stay here if I was going to be doing something nearby. The park is full during Octoberfest in Hermann. You would need to make reservations if you plan to stay here then. The restrooms are kept clean, but have some tile missing from the walls.
Sites are asphalt a fairly level. The park is landscaped with lots of trees which are still young. If the park lasts, the trees will be really nice in about 10 years. The park is fenced except for the entry and security makes loads of rounds in the evenings. All sites are pull through with long sites on one side of the park and short sites on the other side. The short sites cost less. I got a 10% discount for being a Casino Member. There is a parking area near the large trucks where you can park you rig and get a casino card if you don't have a Good Sam card. If you have a cell phone, you can call the casino and have the security van pick you up at the RV park, out in the parking area or by the metro link station. RV park guests are allowed to use facilities in the Casino Queen Hotel like the pool and the exercise room. The park is open for spring and summer. We experienced camping in the rain and had to break camp during a storm. I was happy I just decided to leave the trailer hitched. It was great that the pad was asphalt instead of gravel. I had to try two cable TV connectors before I got a good connection with the cable box. Once I got the cable working it was clear. Cable had about 20 channels with 6 of them being ESPN and 4 of them being News. If you are visiting the Casino Queen or downtown Saint Louis, it's a great place to stay. The bathrooms are in good condition and set up for the handicapped. I would camp here again.
This is a small park in the middle of farm fields. The sites are pretty wide. I was in a back in spot, but I was able to pull through because the two sites were set up as back in spots. The owner was very helpful, driving me out to the site so I could take a look. They kept the store opened later on Sunday because it was Labor Day weekend. You definitely want to map to get to this KOA, but there are signs on the road if you are watching and coming in from Lakeshore drive. The owner even called me on the phone to let me know there was water on the road so I needed to take a an alternate route to the campground to avoid the water. I also got a break on the rate because the weather had cooled to the point where the A/C wasn't required.
The owner walked me to my site which is very unusual. Many of the spaces are large and there is plenty of space between trailers. Extra effort has been made to provide level spaces by the use of retaining walls. The restrooms are clean and spacious, a shower stall could hold a crowd. A no leash area is close to completion, all that is remaining is the double gating. Maximum pool depth is 6 feet. We met several people who home their trailer here and visit it when they can.
This was our first use of our trailer. We chose this particular campground because it was close to the French Quarter Resort where some relatives were staying. The restrooms are great and the club house room is a good size. The club house is only open when somebody is in the office which is only from 8 to 5 and closed two hours for lunch. Most of the sites are pull through. They can arrange for show tickets at the campground. We have previously stayed in campgrounds in tents.