Typical KOA, it's just okay. We never could get the WiFi to work, even when I took my laptop into the office I still could not connect. Cable TV is only in the full hook-up sites. Lots of big shady trees so getting a satellite signal would be difficult. Road are very tight. Glad we were not in a Big Rig! Campground staff were pleasant. We'd stay here again.
Overall, a nice family owned park. Lots of activities for the kids, with swimming pool and putt putt golf. Store has limited groceries and supplies. Many of the sites are seasonal and I'm sure it can be quite busy during the summer. We stayed here over the Labor Day weekend. The park is very convenient to Indianapolis. There are 2 areas of camping, the sites up on the hill are much nicer. We were down below due to an RV Rally. Do not expect to get a satellite signal as the park is very shady. You probably could get a signal up on the hill if you got a site on one of the end spots. The park does not have cable. We even had trouble getting cell phone reception with our Verizon service. The secondary road after leaving I-70 to the park is very tight which was sort of scary when we met an oncoming vehicle. We would stay here again if in the area.
The noise from I-80 was more than we could stand and the long dirt road to the park is a big negative. Kids were everywhere running through sites driving golf carts and riding bikes all day and into the night. We were not given a site number just told to go down the hill and find a spot. Yes, there are pull throughs if the site in front of you is not taken. Sites are grassy and we were never able to get our site level. Lots of trees but don't plan on getting a satellite signal in the summer months. We would not stay here again.
Park is located just off I-70. We stayed here for about a week. Noise from I-70 is not bad. My advise though it not to arrive here after dark, like we did, as there is only one way in and one way out. Roads to camp sites are rustic and winding. Office staff does escort you to your site so that helps. Some of the overnight sites are on very nice cement pads with plenty of of room. Cable TV offers lots of channels. This park appears to do very little in the way of maintenance. Roads, playground and pool are not maintained. We found the office staff to be nice and friendly. Wonderful shopping and restaurants nearby at the Highlands. Could be a great park if they would spend a little money to fix it up! We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Can't say enough about this wonderful park. We stayed here two months and had a truly wonderful experience. The restrooms and laundry were always spotless. The owners pay a lot of attention to detail. The grass was mowed weekly and everything was always neat and tidy. The pools and spa were perfect with nice and plentiful pool furniture for the guest to use. Weekends in the summer can be crowded because this is a destination resort for families with kids. The park has WiFi which can be spotty at times, as is the case with most parks we've stayed in. For campers with pets they have a wonderful area to walk your dogs. Sites are nice and roomy with a picnic table at each site. We would stay here again if in the area.
Park staff were friendly. The restrooms and laundry facilities are clean. The waterfront sites are all taken by the full-timers. The park is really nothing more than a parking lot and the spaces are very close together. Given the area and the closeness to Seattle it is still a good value and safe place to stay. We stayed here for one week.
Wonderful RV Park just 30 miles east of Reno. So much nicer than the parking lot campgrounds in Reno. Each site had a telephone hookup and cable TV. The restrooms are spotless. There is also a nice laundry room. The pull thru sites are all cement pads with a little strip of grass. Plently of lighting if you arrive after dark. Park staff is very friendly and most helpful. Park is just off I-80 with easy exit and return.