Old park and it shows. Most are here because of Passport America. Only 30 amp service is available. Most of the park is filled with permanent residents and seasonal hunters sites. Lots of trash around the sites. The park is very quiet and has nice owners. The Mexican restaurant on site is good and a nice addition. We would not use this park again.
This park is all about location--an easy walk to old town and eating. The park is very compact which makes it difficult to back into your site--no pull throughs. The managers will help you, and you will get it done. Once you are in, the spacing and parking are decent. Because of this I would not recommend this park for a short stay unless you are very small and maneuverable. Good water, power and fast Wi-Fi. Some grass, flowers, and trees. I like the park a lot. No credit cards accepted.
This is a very nice park. Paved roads with pea gravel and long level sites. Good Wi-Fi. Very nice owners give a pleasant experience. The park is up on a hill side overlooking a restaurant and truck stop and far enough away to escape the noise and commotion. Everything worked well, and we will seek this park out on our return to this area.
We have stayed at this park several times over the years. It is very basic but everything works. They say they have now discontinued cable TV. Rates are $16 for 30 amp and $18 for 50 amp. Quite a few permanents.
Basically this is a membership park that accommodates others, hence the high rate. The park is old and needs work. The setting is lovely in a large grassy meadow. Some pretty trees in the park. A restaurant is in the park with good food--no alcohol. Good spacing. Downsides are: a soft sell to buy a membership. A lot of the sewer connections are up hill--really. Most sites are 30 amp. Sites are very unlevel in all planes. Moderate road noise. Would pick a different park next time.
A park full of kids, dust and campfires. 1/3 of the park is paved, the rest dusty with dying grass. Lots of activities for the kids. Park charges a $6.00 activity fee which is not optional even if you don't use the pool or "free" pancake breakfast. Internet is very poor and Verizon is weak. It looks like the families are enjoying the park and the "Kamping" experience. A pricey park for weekend young families but not for older RVers. Setting is quiet, park is controlled and spacing wide.
This is a nice, clean, well run park. A very nice quiet area across from Sequim Bay. Areas of grass and a very short walk to the marina. Most tenets are regulars from the south escaping the heat. Units are clean with flowers and friendly folks. Lots of green and quiet. Location is decent, eight minutes to shopping. Wi-Fi is good. Downside is outdated 30 amp service. Only two washers and one dryer in laundry. We would happily return.
This is typical of a nicer KOA park. Expensive, kids, dogs, tents and some campfires in the built in grills. Moderate road noise which dies off at night. Nicely run, friendly staff, good trees and grass with gravel interior roads. The Wi-Fi is unacceptably slow, dial up slow. If good Internet is important to you I would use a different park, otherwise a good choice.
A very nice park. The park and the RVs in it are clean and neat. Tenants are pleasant and happy. Park rules are reasonable and strictly enforced. Good spacing. Good Wi-Fi. Nice in town location with not much noise. Feels very safe. A short walk to restaurant and groceries. Good trees provide shade.
This park is a large graveled lot with mainly older and unkempt permanent RVs. There was debris and trash around the many units. Road and railroad noise was moderate. We did not feel safe and would not return. They put the nightly rentals in the middle of the permanents.
This is an "I am going camping" RV park with lots of kids, dogs and campfires. They now have good 50-amp service and run by very nice managers. There are more tent sites than RV sites. Wi-Fi did not work while we were here, but they were working on it. Very quiet and no night-lights to distract from the sky. Easy 5-minute town access. Some messy, junky areas but overall not too bad. Sites right on the river but not very picturesque. Very nice river sounds. Not good value for the price.
I found this park very nice. Helpful friendly staff. Shared hookups gave nice spacing. I was in the back row which was recently added and more roomy than others. Very clean, good laundry, good Wi-Fi. Very clean. No problems no complaints. I will seek this park out on return.
A very nice park and typical of a good KOA. Expensive, busy pool, lots of tents and cabins. Good river access. Good town access, they run a shuttle to uptown. Wi-Fi is very good. Much of the park is limited or no hookups, but a few real nice full hookups are available. I recommend this park highly.
A nice well run campground on the river. Lots of grass and shade. Good laundry. Free Wi-Fi. Showers are coin operated (common in this area). Lots of tent sites but good for big rigs also. No cable but local stations available. I used my satellite as did others. Park is about 2-3 miles north of town. Only downside was loud road noise from highway 20--not used much in the night.
This is a very beautiful well maintained park. Nice pads and tables and beautiful grass. Most sites are on golf course. This is primarily a golf park and most RVs have clubs and golf carts. Nice laundry. Note that even though it is listed as a Spokane park you are 30 minutes from the downtown area. The wi-fi is inadequate with strong signal but slower than dial up speed (I checked it all over the park). If internet is important to you this is not a good place. It should be noted the park is up for an auction sale so who knows what the future will be. Very nice place to stay with the above caveats. I stayed for a month so got to know the park well.
This is a wonderful well run park. A small creek (with fish) runs across the back. Beautiful tall trees and grass dominate the park. Owners are attentive and work hard. I was able to get my portable satellite to work. This was an old run down park, and the owner is working hard to upgrade it, and lots of improvements have been made. I had to give it a 7 because it still needs more infrastructure improvements. My power did not work on arrival, but the owner spent a hour getting it fixed. Very limited 50 amp availability, and Wi-Fi is weak and unavailable at times. Showers are coin operated. This is the nicest park in Libby, and I look forward to returning.
Very nice park with caring owners. Lots of shade and grass with well spaced spots. Good WI-Fi. Clean with lots of flowers. Good Missoula access of about 15 minutes to downtown. We were here seven nights and park filled up early every night. Row "A" seemed best. Middle rows were under pine trees with little grass but pine needles on ground.
A very nice park with concrete pads and wide grassy spaces. Staff was friendly. Has a lovely lake for walking and fishing. Down side is the expense. Cost is increased on weekends and many activities are available but all at extra cost. Laundry is beautiful but wash is $2/small load and 4$/large. They charge a hefty fine if caught washing a vehicle but "Dapper Mobile Detailing" is available for reasonable fee. Short drive to downtown. We have stayed here before and will again since no real option for Fort Collins.
A very nice and nicely run park. Has lots of lovely trees, nicely spaced to give good shade yet good access to parking. Good feeling in general about this park. Has nice water views. Two week limit on stay, keeps rigs nice with no permanents. Highly rated and recommended. Very good value. Has very friendly and caring owners.
This is an older park with widely spaced spots. Has some trees but it's mostly non-shaded. Has lots of grass and green. It's quiet. Park needs some work and love. It is an adequate place for an overnight. Neighbors sewer was plugged which caused a back up into his hose: ugh. Probably the best choice in this part of Kansas.
Best KOA, hardly. This is a nice park with very nice owners. It's older and everything works. Has some shade with older trees. It was fairly quiet. Sites are 12-15 feet apart, with worn grass. Was great for an overnight stay.
A very nice RV park which is part of an amusement park. Widely spaced sites have long, level parking slabs and a concrete picnic area with a good table and BBQ stand. Spots are on a hillside and terraced for better privacy. Grass is well established and nicely used in the area. Has a nice pool, large enough for a lifeguard to be on duty. I would rate the park higher except for the management which is part of the amusement park. The desk was staffed by a student (polite) as a summer job who knew little about RVing. The reservations were through the central office and that gave a 10 minute hold time waiting to be answered by one of the agents. The Internet was down for two days and the desk gave me nonsense replies as to the problem. I was told that maintenance had a park to get open before they could handle the Wi-Fi. The back in sites are the nicest.
New owners: now taken over by Jellystone group. This campground is a work in progress and in a few years will be quite nice. Grass is not well established, and trees are new and small but nice. Office was disorganized and confused probably due to new management. Pools all closed and being redone. It is quiet, clean and friendly. The camp is close to Lake Monroe and 20 minutes from Bloomington. Sites are long and moderately level. Wi-Fi worked only half of the two weeks I was here. $40 was way too much for what I got and they charge $5 for each visitor.
A very nice park with grass and trees. Some freeway noise. Park was almost empty during our stay. Was level, clean, and a good location. No management on site for our stay but very efficient self check in process. Strong recommendation.
An interesting campground owned by the city and run by a local outfitter group. It is a large level grassy area with shade trees and ill defined spots. Some sites are on the river bank of the White River. It is a nice park but poorly run and too expensive for what you get. The positives are great: beautiful location on a river and the main downtown is only a block away with shops, grocery and food. The negatives are: dirty restrooms and showers, locked laundry room, no on site staff and next to a loud train track with hourly trains. Knowing what to expect I would visit again.
A decent park which we would use again. Sites are close on the sides, but spacious in front with large park area. Has friendly owners and good free Wi-Fi. Has loud train noise which I love, and it is not too frequent. Rest rooms are very clean and private. There are a moderate number of permanents.
A nice park with level gravel roads and sites. Very nice laundry and rest rooms. Friendly helpful staff and good in-town location with little noise. Wi-Fi was very weak with dial-up speed. Stayed two pleasant days and will use again.
Decent park. Pretty with lots of trees and shade. Easy walk to old town. Stayed here 7 nights and would do again. Pluses are easy walk to town with a green and pleasant surroundings. Cons are only 30 amp service, internet only at office.
This is a nice green very shady park with beautiful trees. You can walk to town and the lake easily. It is a family vacation park with wide spaces. Downsides: expensive, only 30 amp hookup and virtually no Internet unless you walk to the small entrance gate house. When we extended our stay we were charged a five dollar reservation fee. It is a nice getaway and would stay here again anytime.
An decent park for this part of Texas. Some trees and shade. The free Wi-Fi is nice. Pool was not clean and lots of seasonal oil workers live here. The $30 fee was high for Fort Stockton as you can stay in other parks for $10 to $12 per night. Gravel interior roads but not too dusty. Had to ask for a Good Sam discount.
A very nice park in a convenient location. The park is somewhat overpriced but nice amenities. Free breakfast, free newspaper and privacy spots. Inner roads paved. The free WI-Fi is somewhat slow but no other complaints. Our favorite park in Las Cruces.
Very nice park in a great canyon setting. Beautiful vistas. Sites are dirt with paved access roads. Modern and everything works well. Good Wi-Fi ($3 extra). Good satellite access. Nice shade trees. Best improved campground for miles
Nice people but the park is old and in much need of updating. Only 30 amp service and mine did not work. I had to tie in to the neighbor site to get power. Dirt and dusty interior roads. Wi-Fi free but would work only next to the office. Much better parks close by. I will not return.
It is an OK park with grass and a nice pool. I rated it low because of the expense of $37 per night and then an extra charge for Internet service and then you have to use quarters to use the shower. I will not stay there again.
Park is family type with lots of children and campfires. Interior roads dusty. Sites are between trees and makes hard to maneuver into site. Electrical very weak with near brown outs during peak times. Good location to Banff and very nice town. Staff friendly. Good laundry.
Oldler park under new management. Older run, down but decent. Great location. Can walk all the town from park. Restaurant nearby. Park is on upswing. Would stay here again for convince of town and restaurants.
A beautiful mountain setting with lots of trees and nice lakes. Park is in disrepair with dusty rutted roads. Electric is shared between sites (one gets the 50 and one takes the 30). Sites uneven but spacing is good. I will not stay here again. For a family group looking for a mountain get away that was somewhat primitive it would work.
This is a nice clean park, but over priced. For my grandson and friend to visit us for one hour it was $9/person. That's right $18! Couldn't get the wireless net to work. Good location and nice grass and some shade. Very helpful staff.