We always look forward to our stay here. The campground is filled with pine trees. We had some trouble with satellite, but overcame it. Some people hate the sound of the train, but you do get used to it. When I made our reservations, I requested 50 amp and satellite capable site. When checking in we were given 30 amp and no satellite. The previous review about the staff being new is right on. We were given 3 different sites before we even left the office. They are very willing and it all worked out. We will definitely return.
We have stayed here before, but in an smaller RV. This time we had a pull through site for a 35 foot RV. The sites are so narrow that with the slides out there was barely room for a chair. The trees do not provide shade. The pool was too cold to swim, although it was quite warm. The people in the office are very nice and helpful. I even asked about a certain plant they had, and they went out of their way to find out what it was for me. It's a shame, but next visit to Santa Fe, I think I will stay down the street where the sites are much larger.
We are parked under beautiful, old trees. That's the good news. The bad news is there is no way to get satellite reception, but there is cable. The camp is pretty noisy, especially if you are close to the road or the pool. There are many sites crammed in almost anywhere, some in the blazing sun. The help in the office is not too sharp. Beware if you make your reservations on line and request something special. I would call to make sure you get it. Many people we talked to did not, including ourselves. All in all, an ok place to overnight.
I would have given this campground a much higher score, however it has a terrible flaw: RV's are crammed in side-by-side. We literally had a foot between our motorhome and the neighbor's slideout. The place is very clean, and there are beautiful shade trees, however that made it difficult for satellite reception. Seems the pool closes too soon at 9 pm: would have enjoyed relaxing after the day's activities. Will try a different campground, with larger sites, the next time we're in Moab.
We have stayed here before, and enjoy the location out of town. There are many sites for this location, and some of the sites are pretty close together. The people in the office were very helpful in getting us a reservation during the busiest time of the summer. While you are there, eat at their Kafe, their hamburgers are fabulous after a day of 4x4ing. We will return.
We have not had good luck with KOA's. We were delighted with this little jewel. The people were very friendly and helpful. The campground was very clean. The pool was clean and warm. The view from our campsite was mountains and the Great Sand Dunes National Park, 20 miles away. We would definitely return here.
I must agree with the previous reviews. If possible, please stay somewhere else. Our site was extremely narrow, and out of level. We were staying here with our family who was staying in one of the "luxury" cabins at $300.00 per night and no house keeping. The sites are not on the river, except for some without full hook ups. Those are the size of a postage stamp, and cost a lot more than we paid. It seems the resort is more interested in making money from their rafting outfit than offering a nice RV resort. It was quite noisy with cars and buses going by constantly. The bathrooms are filthy. The good points are the location in this beautiful canyon, and nearness to Glenwood Springs. I would not stay here again.
Our RV group camped here for three nights. We were treated very well, from the reservation process, through to the departing morning. They even supplied us with a free continental breakfast the day we left. We used their club house for the whole time we were there. It was very nice. It would have been nice to have sewer, but the hills make it impossible. There was a honey wagon twice a week for $15.00 per dump. There is an aded fee of $1.00 per dog per day. There is a tenting area which we visited. I would not recommend it. We would camp here again.