Agree that this is a great campground. Access is easy. Sites are good for slides and awnings. Each site has a grassy area with a picnic table. A few sites tight on the river but most are in a row at right angle to the water. But there is access and benches to sit on. You can fish right at the campground as well. The owners live on the property and are welcoming and helpful. The gravel path that runs to town is right across the street and the owners keep the grass cut so it is easy to get on it. Livingston is a cute western town and there is much to do in the area. No pool is the reason for the 9 and not a 10. No credit cards are accepted. This is a place to stay for more than one night if you can. Sit by the river and enjoy the views.
Access in and out is easy. For a big rig parking in front is great. Sites are pull through with room for slides and awnings. Trees near sites but trimmed and not an issue. Picnic table at each site. Hookups work well. Store is more of a gift shop and prices were reasonable. Wifi and cable worked. Buffalo is a quaint little town to visit. Restaurants and ice cream shop with miniature golf right across from campground. Fast food also within walking distance. We would stay here again.
Easy in and out access to sites that are wide enough for slides and awnings. Each site has a table and grass area. We were there after some rains and the ground was soft. The sites are gravel but not nearly enough. Our jacks sunk about six inches. We moved the coach a bit after things dried out and it was fine. Hookups are good. Wifi is spotty with a lot of use. Cable was a bit snowy. Workers were pleasant and available. The park honors Passport for duration of stay so this is a bargain for the area. Road traffic was not a problem towards the back of the park.
Rating reflects no cable and no wifi at sites. But for money it is a great place to camp. Huge sites, grassy and well kept. Fire pits and tables. Mostly seasonal campers with permanent sites but there is still room for the drop ins. Road down to water , office,and pool a bit narrow. Watch speed bumps. Owners are pleasant and welcoming; they live on site and are available. Bar and restaurant on premises and food was good. Lots of weekend special events for people. Would return here.
Rate reflects taxes et al. Very peaceful, nicely laid out campground for adults. Wisconsin Dells Is a wonderland of water parks and fun activities for kids. Great to return from a day of playing tourist and have the quiet. Employees are very friendly and helpful. Easy in and out of level sites. Hookup was easy. Everything worked including the Wi-Fi. Rating reflects the lack of amenities like a pool, well stocked store, etc. but the price is much better than nearby parks. Would definitely return here.
Nice, relatively level sites in trees which are not in the way of getting in and out. Camp workers police sites as people check out. Workers in store are friendly and helpful. Wifi worked very well the whole week we were there. Easy access to all tourist attractions. Enjoyed stay and would stay here again.
This is not a park for Rigs over 30 feet although they say they are. Sites are not level and the choices we had were difficult to get in or out. Roads narrow with trees but doable. The park has a lot of seasonal campers who were not here on a Thursday evening. Park was pretty empty so did not see the partying that others referenced. Very pretty park and the grounds were well kept. Wifi forget. Some channels of tv on antenna. Stayed one night and would not return in a motorhomes. Rating reflects unsuitability for motorhomes.
Generally speaking, KOA parks tend to be a bit pricey and this is no exception. Sites vary greatly here. We were looking out at the lake on a level site. Very pretty and spacious. Some sites in another area were not as attractive. Did not offer breakfast or pizza like many KOA parks. Personnel friendly and helpful. Shuttle to Charleston Thursday-Sunday, which would be nice; we were not there on those days. Plenty of shopping and restaurants nearby if you did not want to go into Charleston. Easy to get in and out of park and sites where we were. Would return for the lake view site and nice walking trail.
Park is a bit difficult to get in to but we were OK with a 43 foot RV with a towed vehicle. Sites vary as to the trees and leveling needs, and many will not fit a bigger rig. Road is narrow but again manageable to back in. These are the reasons for the rating. Camp personnel helpful and friendly and know the facilities well. Small pool a nice feature. Didn't use laundry or restrooms but park is well taken care of and clean. Wi-Fi...used our own. Convenient to get around town and farmers market just a few minutes away. Would return if we were in area.
This is a picturesque park. Sites have ample room for slideouts but will vary greatly in terms of level ground and trees. Store is well supplied and personnel friendly and helpful. If this park had sewer hookups, I would rate it higher. Not sure if laundry facilities are there. Nice pool. Plenty of room for kids to play. Lots to do in area. Horse shows, etc. Distillery tours. Rate reflects senior discount. Would return here.
A good over night stop. Easy in and out. Hookup worked well. Leveling not an issue. Wi-Fi and cable worked fine. Most of park appears to be long term and the front near the road is for the temporary visits. Not all sites have 50 amp so be sure to specify. Would stay here again.
Passport not accepted on weekends. Easy to miss sign on highway so be aware. Easy in to spots. Level led with jacks only. Cable very good...lots of channels. Wi-Fi worked well. Fishing available. Good for a night or two. Would stay here again.
A nice KOA. Staff very friendly and helpful. Sites are terraced due to topography and need some work and blocks to get level. An aggravation to say the least. Wi-Fi is worthless. Other than that, the park is well kept and accessible for big rigs. Easy access to the strip and other Branson sights. We would stay here again.
Rate reflects monthly charge. Older campground, but kept up. Many permanent or long term sites but they are well kept. Roads and sites dirt and gravel with picnic table on pad. Some sites have small grass area. Amarillo is windy so does get dusty. Could get level on site. Amenities like exercise room need some updating and new equipment but there are signs of work in park. Sure it is costly to do all at once. Lizzie Mays is an incredible gift store on site. Can walk to Gander Mountain. Convenient on and off and convenient to stores and restaurants. Would stay here again.
Most of the park amenities were closed for season although park is open year round. Friendly staff, very willing to answer questions. Cafe open for breakfast and dinner. Good country food and priced reasonably. Roads and sites are gravel with some grass but may need some leveling. TV reception with antenna is good...no cable. Wi-Fi did not work. Would stay here again.
Stayed here before with more services; this time no cafe service, pool closed, only playground available for kids, etc. Sites are level and hookups work well. Easy in and out. Not much shade. Gravel roads and sites. Park was not very full. Replacing fence on the outside. Restrooms had been clean, but guests leaving things a bit trashy. Rate reflects a discount with KOA card plus use of some earned points. More and more I am finding KOA overpriced.
Not far off the highway but no road noise. Roads and sites are gravel, and turns are a bit tight for big rigs. Speed bumps require caution. Could not get level without wood under the tires. Sites have patio and table with room for slides. Nice views all around. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Wifi was unusable for us with delays, etc. No cable, but TV reception on antenna great. I reserve a rating of 9 and 10 for parks with more amenities. Would stay here again.
Agree with most of the other reviews. We had no trouble hooking up. Agree stones could be difficult for walking, but sites have paved pad for table and for sitting, so most walking around park is on pavement. Grass area is very nice. Staff helpful and someone leads you to your site. One of the nicest parks we stayed in this season. Would stay here again.
Easy access from highway yet far enough back to avoid noise. Sites have privacy hedges and are large. Plenty of room for a big rig and tow. For just one night many tows could be left connected. Staff friendly and helpful. Park kept clean and neat. This is a membership park but membership not required. We have relatives in this area and this is my park of choice for the future.
Campground has about all the amenities KOA is known for, and is very kid friendly. Consideration is given for adult only hour at pool. Staff friendly and courteous but it took 3 tries to get us into a site with 50 amp that was long enough. Many fishermen with boats at sites so this could complicate making turns etc., with a big rig as roads are narrow. Sites are not all level and sewer connection needs sewer gasket to fit. Advertise free pancake breakfast but only pancakes free: coffee, bacon, etc., is a charge. WiFi questionable and cable snowy. Reason for 7 rating despite many amenities: it is a bit rustic and the price. Would stay here again.
Nicely kept campground with friendly and courteous staff. Our RV is 43' and turns were tight but site fit coach and tow disconnected. Sites are gravel and raked but can be uneven. We needed wood under one wheel. Nice water view for many sites. Reason for 7 is price is high as are many KOAs, but this campground did not have the amenities of many KOAs. Would stay here again.
This is a small but great campground. Sites are level. Many are shaded but satellite-accessible spaces are fine. Hookups are easy to access. Table and nice grass at each site. Activities including a daily happy hour encourage you to reach out and make friends. Groups invite others to join them to go out to dinner etc. Pool, hot tub, exercise room, pickleball etc. Wi-Fi a bit slow and you do get kicked off. Cable TV is good. This is a park we will return to whenever we can.
A well groomed park. Owners/hosts are very visible and friendly. Easy in and out off highway - even for a big rig. Sites are very level and have grass with a table for each. Stream runs through property and attractively kept. Train nearby - but moves through very slowly once a day - not bothersome at all. Wi-fi and cable worked well. Good restaurant within walking distance. A great place to stay for a few nights. Would rate higher, but amenities like a pool or exercise room were not available.
Stayed here overnight in a pull through site. Did not have to disconnect car. Room for slides but if you wanted to put out awning you would hit your neighbor. We were at the back of the park and it was quiet: no road noise. Easy on and off the highway. Near Walmart which is convenient. Great overnight stop with a Good Sam discount.
Easy access, but a bit noisy as others have said. Pull-through was long enough for our 42 ft with toad. Would be very hot in summer. Pizza and breakfast for sale, but not yet season. Just stayed one night since so pricey.
Older park but kept up. Nice park area in middle of campground. Amenities - pool, exercise room, playground, -clean but showing age. Sites separated by short fence. Seems to be a lot of long term campers but their sites are kept up as well. Staff friendly and really nice gift shop. Stayed for a week and would stay again.
One of the nicest parks we have stayed in under 40 dollars per night. Rate represents monthly plus rally rate. Sites are easy to get into, hook-ups easy to use, pad with table and chairs, not crowded. Fruit trees at many sites with grapefruit, lemon, oranges for guests. Restaurant reasonable. Pool, spa, exercise room were never crowded (2 of each on site). Restrooms, showers, laundry clean. Help courteous and friendly. Servicing for RVs also on site and they did good work for us. Reason for the 9, is that Wi-Fi was slow and occasionally faded in and out.
Park is mostly park models owned by those in for about 6 months or those who come in for weekends plus. The overnight section is relatively small. We stayed for several weeks so we were placed more with the park models; although, the site was fine. Cable and WiFi worked fine. Lots of activities including a Friday night karaoke at the bar/rec room. Food also available at the bar. Pool, spa, exercise area are all well kept. People are friendly but doing their thing, not RVers. Road noise but it is tolerable. ATVs abound on weekends but quiet in evening. Workers helpful and pleasant. Easily accessible to Flagstaff and Sedona as well as several other sites. Would stay here again.
Park is a bit unkempt: weeds under tables, etc., but elk and deer do wander through. View site before, to be sure tree is not in the way, etc. Hookups worked fine. Room for tow at site but do need to disconnect. No Wi-Fi which is reflected in my overall rating. Friend complained about 3 noisy dogs in neighboring site, and after 2 days they had to move to another site. Dogs stayed put. Showers and laundry in neighboring campground not on site. Best thing is you are right in the park, convenient to shuttles etc.
Quiet and shaded with many trees. Sites can get muddy in rain. Told that 50 amp sites available, but only 30 amp available. Water supposed to be for drinking only. No cable TV or Wi-Fi. Expensive for what you get. Still 50 plus miles to North Rim.
Quiet park. Sites are gravel with trees which are trimmed up for motor homes. Hookups worked well, but water requires pressure gauge. Not allowed to wash tow, coach, or even front of coaches. No laundry to be done in coach. Good place for overnight or two. Friends used restrooms and were not thrilled. No picnic tables at site, but a picnic area. Nice pet area. Cash or check only...no credit cards although worker indicated they were coming.
This is a huge resort close to Bryce National Park. Shuttles to the park have several stops here: very convenient. Pool area very nice. Did not use the laundry and was in bathrooms only once: older and unattractive. Also some distance from this new area where we camped. Restaurants, stores, etc all part of the resort. Expensive and very mediocre. We camped in the new section with little vegetation and a small tree at sites after being assigned another space that was uphill. New section also has sites that are not level as well as level. Length of sites do not allow tow to stay connected, but site is very wide. Cable and Wi-Fi work well in new section. Cable not available in other sections. Hookups easy and very workable. Nice view and very few other sites used in this section. New section needs trash receptacles more convenient, as well as restrooms and showers. Would return.
Nice park. Good access off highway. Pull throughs require detaching tow for the 40 plus motor homes. Sites are paved with some grass as well as adequate for slides, not spacious. Hookups not a problem. Pleasant workers/staff and clean park and pool. Noise was not a problem. Stayed for several days and would return.
Stayed here for a week. Agree that the camp workers are pleasant and helpful. They keep the facilities and grounds neat and clean. Pool is small but refreshing and never many or any users. Agree the sites are a bit close; some appear to be more level than others. No problems with hookups. Very convenient to Tetons and Jackson. Enjoyed our stay and would return. Rating reflects the daily cost which was a bit high since we were able to use Passport rates for two of the days.
Stayed for two nights. Owners very helpful, friendly, and even keep a garden for guests to pick fresh vegetables. Sites are well kept and hookups work well. Sites are adequate for big rigs with tow; some you might have to disconnect to get off road. Wi-Fi worked very well. TV is limited to antenna or your dish. We would stay here again.
Easy to miss park since the only sign is right next to the drive. Quiet and shaded park. Sites are side by side so hope your neighbor is compatible. Sewer hookups are difficult since they are on a pad several inches above ground level so uphill battle. Hookups are easier for 5th wheel. Showers and bathrooms get messy after the afternoon pool use. Wi-fi is slow but connection is good. Did not use the laundry. We stayed a week, and if the sewer connection were different, we would stay again.
We stayed here for 17 days and had to move our site once. We reserved for 2 weeks and added the extra days was why. In talking with several other campers, moving sites was not unusual which is a hassle when you are looking forward to staying put. Rest rooms and laundry older but clean. Showers cost but great hot water. Most sites with full hookups are set up for 5th wheelers so this can be a small problem. Privacy can be an issue with tables close to one another but green space left right on the river for campers to enjoy. Most sites have a view; some a peek and others wonderful. Dog walk is also fishing area and seems to work out for all. Workers are pleasant. WiFi at site but hassle signing back in with use. We met several campers who return every year for better part do summer. Shaded sites and views as well as river seem to be the reason. Convenient to Glacier NP. We would return to this park.
Old railroad bridge just before entering: 14 foot maximum. Staff friendly and helpful. Sites have room for slide outs and awnings. A few trees but mostly in sun. Some noise from planes and railroad but quiet at night. Wi-Fi worked well as did cable TV. Few amenities. Would stay here again.
Park has tiered, shady sites in forest. Roads and sites are gravel. Roads are narrow making big rig maneuvering difficult but possible. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Older park without many amenities, but Wi-Fi worked well.