Formerly Valley Park RV Resort. This is a very nice KOA, under new management for the past few months. The sites are gravel with cement patio, picnic table, and fire ring. We had site 27, which was quite level, and backed up to a babbling creek. It is a wooded campground with shade and some trees between fairly well spaced sites. The campground runs in a straight line in from the road, so the further back you are, the quieter it is. The hook-ups were fine, cable was pretty good, but the WiFi was slow. Garbage pick-up at site. We did not use the pool, but although it was on the small side it looked very clean and well maintained. The bath house by the pool had only one shower and 2 stalls in the ladies, one stall and urinal in men's room, but they were also clean. Laundry had 2 washers and dryers. More facilities are located in the office, although we did not see them. The location is great, within easy driving distance of Greenville, and the state parks and scenic drives up north. The owners and all who worked there were very nice and helpful. We will definitely return when we are in the area.
Campground is located right on the River. It has fairly well spaced and long pull-through sites with grass in between. Hook-ups were oddly placed at the far end of the site. We could hardly reach the sewer even when parked as far back as possible. Basic cable and Wi-Fi worked pretty well. Very quiet and dark at night. Surrounding neighborhood was not very nice.
Sites had cement pads and parking spot with a grassy area and picnic table, and were of decent length and width. What this park lacks in road noise, it more than makes up for with planes, trains and helicopters, although most of it quieted down at night. Basic cable. Wi-Fi was Tengo which equals lousy. Nice town. Good places to walk in the area.
If you stay at this campground, cable TV reception might be really bad, but don't complain about it because the owner gets very upset. Our site was an all gravel back-in at the front of the park, quite wide with room to park on the side. Nice plantings behind the sites. Quite a bit of road noise. As said, cable was crummy, Wi-Fi was pretty good. We might have rated this place higher, but we felt uncomfortable for our entire stay because of the unpleasant exchange with the owner on our first night.
A haphazardly arranged little campground set in a field behind a motel. Very short sites in the grass. We had to park sideways in front of the trailer, and still hung out into the road. We chose this place because earlier reviews said that it had cable TV, but the cable company has gone out of business. The owner put satellite TV in the motel rooms, but didn't bother with the RV park. There were virtually no stations that came in over the air, what does come in is of very poor quality, and is usually unwatchable. No campground map or any other information about the place or the area was given at check-in. Water pressure was very low. On the bright side, Wi-Fi was very good, and the location was good for accessing Glacier National Park.
Sites are way too close together. We could barely squeeze by the picnic table with both our slide and the neighbors' extended. Sewer hook-up is very high, even the Slunky didn't help. No shade at any site. Cable and Wi-Fi OK. Quiet and dark at night. Laundry was new and clean, but very expensive at $2 a pop for both wash and dry. Owners very friendly and helpful. Not far from Rt.14 & 14A scenic drive through Big Horn Mountains.
Close to the interstate, but not too noisy if you get a site towards the rear of the park. Sites were long enough to fit truck and trailer comfortably, and had a grassy area with picnic table and large shade trees. Good Wi-Fi and cable. Clean reasonably priced laundry. Great spot to walk along canal and South Platte river. We would return.
Just a big gravel lot with no shade trees,and no landscaping. It was difficult to ascertain where the site stopped and the road began. Sites were too short and we had to park the truck along side the trailer by the picnic table. Only 11 channels on the cable, and the Wi-Fi was a little slow. Some road and train noise in the distance, but it didn't really bother us. Too expensive. Watch for rattlesnakes in the area.
Not a very attractive place, in a dumpy looking area. Short, narrow gravel sites with small grassy area in between, which needed mowing badly. Cable was very limited and offered little improvement over what we could pick up with the antenna (unless you are into the Home Shopping Network). In spite of an excellent Wi-Fi connection the internet was horrible, very slow and almost unusable. Some highway noise. KOA = OVERPRICED. OK for an overnight.
Crummy looking gravel and grass parking lot. Short, close sites. Shade only on the back-ins which appear to be mostly long term residents. Some highway noise, but not bad. Wi-Fi OK, cable very limited. Lots of biting deer flies. Not worth the price, but one of only two parks in the area with cable. OK for an overnight stop.
A previous review was for a different campground. There is no cable TV, and no cement pads. The sites were long, but narrow, gravel and grass. Received major network TV stations over antenna, but not much else. Wi-Fi very good. Close to the interstate, therefore very noisy. Laundry had only 2 washers, which did not do a good job of rinsing soap from clothes. Only 3 working dryers, which did not dry well at any temperature. Not very clean, and smelled of mildew. OK for overnight stop.
Very nice, basic campground, still under construction. Pretty location on top of a mountain in wooded setting with small pond and a river along one side. Sites are well spaced and long enough for trailer and truck. Sites are terraced up and down the hillside. OK cable and Wi-Fi good, but so far only available near bath house. So far only one washer and dryer. Owner was very nice and helpful, especially during big tornado outbreak of April 2011. Overall a very peaceful and relaxing place. We will definitely return and are anxious to see how the place develops.