Large, clean & well maintained Park. Sewer connections are very far back & management is very strict about sewer hose not touching the ground. Came by to enforce this rule. Train noise all day and night long which appears to almost run thru the Park (50yds away). Came by every 2hrs during the night and about every hour during the day. Left 2 days earlier than planned. Will not return.
After reading the reviews we found this park to be a disappointment. Only one review mentioned that the road in was a little rough. It was much more than that. It is a VERY steep, gravel road, very dusty and it is too difficult for a Big Rig. We didn’t have a choice as there is no place to turn around until you get to the top. The water had a metallic taste and smell and the pressure was low. While the spots are very large and wide they are not anywhere near level. There is no cable TV and only a few spots are open enough to attempt to get satellite TV. They advertise wi-Fi but it is not free. It requires payment to an outside vendor for a daily, weekly or monthly rate only good for one computer and the signal is pretty weak. They seem to be more geared to weekenders and renting out the cabins they have. After 9 years of full timing all over the US we do not feel this is a Big Rig friendly park and it is overpriced for the amenities they provide. We will not be returning.
The spaces are nice and long but beware the widths. They are, in many spaces very narrow. Dirt and not level. Trees in between spaces provided some privacy. There are a lot of trees and some of the spots are difficult to get into if you have a good sized motorhome or 5th wheel. We pulled in and had problems with the trees, managed to get in and the owner of the motorhome across from us came out and asked if we could move back more in our spot because otherwise he wouldn't be able to get out. Too many trees to get internet or TV. Cable TV was very poor quality with only 4 channels. Only one with decent reception was the sports channel. Misleading about the WiFi, only get it in some spots in section A, according to the office (we were in B) and it wasn't even working at the office. It was down the 3 days we were here. Would not stay here again.
Agree with everything previously stated, especially about the long and narrow road into the park. Stayed in one of the 9 long pull thru's and was surprised to see no sewer service at any of these sites. Convenient Dump station on the way out however. Quiet and peaceful and would stay here again.
In the 7 years of full timing, this is the nicest KOA that we have been to and, on top of that; worth the price. The sites in the new section are long, wide and have short trees, so no problem with any rooftop dishes. It takes a while to get here since it is not on the beaten path, but it's well worth it. Quiet and peaceful, meaning no trains or freeway noise. They even have a small Kafe open pretty much the whole day.
Clean park with a gorgeous view but that's about it. Some of the sites are asphalt paved and some are just gravel but all are pretty level. To call oneself a Resort with water pressure at 30psi, no laundry, no pool, no Free wi-Fi, no cable tv and no sewer for $45 a night is stretching it. Adjacent to the freeway with a 2 3/4 mile drive back to the freeway ramp. Choices of RV Parks is not great for this area for larger rigs so would probably stay again but be aware of what you do or not get for the price.