This is a very nice park located about a mile from I-5. It is very well maintained and, for the most part, quiet. There are quite a few permanents in the park, however, their units are mostly new and kept up very well. We had a back-in space that wasn't quite long or wide enough for our trailer resulting in no place to park our pickup and we had to park it in an overflow parking area. There is a dike surrounding the park which is easy walking to the freeway and businesses located along the frontage road about a mile away. Be on the lookout for dog poo as people don't do a very good job picking up after their dogs on this trail. The park has good cable television and the Wi-Fi worked good. We were very confused by the park rules which state "only one cat or dog weighing less than 25 pounds and less than 18 inches standing allowed on your site". We wonder why parks put these rules in writing and never enforce them as there were many people with several large dogs. One even erected a fence all around their trailer for two large labs to roam around in and bark at everything that moved. Other than barking dogs our stay was quite enjoyable. We would stay here again if we were in the area.
We stayed here for one night when passing through the area. We loved this park. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We had a large, level spot and the area of the park we stayed in was very clean and well maintained. The cable television and Wi-Fi worked very well. We paid for a premium space as we didn't want to disconnect. We would definitely stay here again if we are in the area.
This is a really nice, clean and well maintained park close to town. The sites are all pull thrus and quite roomy compared to other parks we have stayed at. Ours was not level but it appeared most of the other ones did not require leveling. There were a number of winter Texans in the park and, as it was still early in the season, there will probably be more before the winter is over. The people in the office were very friendly and helpful as were all the people we encountered in the park. We were disappointed with the fact that, although downtown is within walking distance for us, there are no sidewalks or through streets to get there from the park. We would have rated the park higher except for the compressor/truck noise all night coming from the adjacent lot and we were parked on the far end of the park from it. There are a lot of things to do in the area and we will definitely be back and will stay in this park again.
KOA's are typically expensive, but this one was really bad. This is just a huge gravel lot with electrical posts and water faucets. The water and sewer were shut off for the year and we were charged the full price of $38. It was late and there aren't a lot of options in Rock Springs, Wyoming in October, so we paid and stayed. But we will do a better job of planning next time and skip this park.
We were in town for a baseball tournament and were fortunate enough to get a spot in this park. We had a great back in spot with lots of shade, a large grassy area and a picnic table. The spots are all very roomy but I think the back-ins have more room than the pull through sites. There is a really nice walking trail along the river and a sandy beach for swimming. We were there on a weekend and there were lots of families and children but it was very quiet at night. The lady at the booth where we entered the park and the people at the visitors center where we registered were very friendly and helpful. We received a few television channels with our antenna. We had no internet service as there was no Verizon signal. The rate we paid reflected the on-line reservation fee. We can hardly wait to come back again.
We have stayed in this park for many years. We like being close to the beach, the trail that winds through the dunes and being able to walk to town, and not have to deal with traffic and parking issues. That said, this park has gone steadily down hill in the past couple of years. There have always been a few permanents living at the rear of the park. This year there appeared to be more really shabby units in the park. Also the people in the office were quite rude and not at all the friendly people we had dealt with in prior years. This is an older park that was built prior to the large RVs made today. It is not a park for 40' motor homes towing full size automobiles behind them. But they are put in this park anyway. We were assigned a pull through spot that took us about a dozen attempts to get into. The spaces on either side of us were occupied by huge motor homes with their tow cars parked in the street behind them. We finally got into the spot but had to back out when we left, which took quite a bit of maneuvering also. The cable TV was good but the Wi-Fi connection was non-existent. There is no Verizon reception so our broadband connection did not work either. This was probably our last stay in this park.
This is a nice park located on the Hoquiam River. However, the spots in the area we were in were very tight. We were assigned a spot where the rv's are parked back to back. It could have been a pull through but someone else was already occupying the front part so we had to back in. Tow vehicles were parked diagonally in front of the rv's making parking a little difficult. Adding to the difficulty was the fact we had trouble positioning our 5th wheel so that our slide out didn't collide with the neighbors awning. We did not use the park's wi-fi connection but our Verizon broadband worked very well. The cable television offering was very limited. If we are in the area we would probably stay here again.
What a great place. We camped here 2 nights. Only planned on staying one night but stayed an additional one to wait out the high winds in the area. The pool was amazing. The park was quiet and we were entertained by the resident roadrunner. We had very good cable TV and iffy Wi-Fi. The rate reflected a daily park entry fee which made it a little high but we would definitely stay here again.
This is a typical, expensive KOA park. It is well maintained and has roomy, level spaces. Staff is very friendly. Good cable television and wi-fi connections. Pleasant walk to Cooper's BBQ for really good brisket. We have stayed here on several occasions and will stay again when passing through this area.
Interesting park out in the middle of nowhere. Thought we had taken a wrong road but finally came across it on the frontage road west of town. Had pretty good Wi-Fi and two television channels with the antenna. Thought the price was high for what you get. The freeway noise did not bother us which was surprising since we were quite close. We would stay here again.
Clean, well maintained park with large, level spaces. Cable and Wi-Fi worked well. Thought it was overpriced but most KOA's are. When traveling across Wyoming in November your choices are quite limited. We would stay here again.
This is one of the worst RV parks we have ever stayed in. It bears little resemblance to the pictures on their website. The instructions on the office were to call the owner(?) and we would be assigned a spot. She gave us a couple to choose from. One didn't have water and the other had a faulty electrical hookup. We got this information from a "permanent" parked near the sites. He indicated he had told the owners several times about the spots that had water and electrical problems but nothing was done to repair them. With his assistance we finally found a spot where the connections worked and got parked. Totally overpriced. We would not stay here again.
This is a very clean, well maintained park just a short walk on a boardwalk to the beach. We had a very nice back-in spot in the back of the park away from the highway noise which, for us, would be very annoying. We stayed here before the arrival of all the Winter Texans so the park was only about half full and we had no close neighbors. The rates were more than we would normally want to spend but we decided to pay the price to be close to the water. We stayed four weeks and the daily rate reflects the added cost of electricity and cable television. We would be hard pressed to stay longer at these rates. The Wi-Fi only worked part of the time. There were several connections available and some worked better than others. We would stay here again if we were in the area.
We have stayed in this park numerous times. The spaces are very close together so we always hope to get parked next to friendly people. Slide outs are usually only a few inches apart. It is impossible to use your awning. We always try to avoid using the sewer dump at all costs. It is the worst connection we have ever encountered. We do not get good reception on the cable TV. It has a limited selection of channels and no sports channels are available. The Wi-Fi is quite expensive. They are supposed to have pet rules but do not enforce them. Our last stay our neighbors left their barking dog in their motor home but security said they couldn't do anything about it until after 10:00 pm. Among the good things about the park are the shuttle buses to the strip and downtown, short walk to the casino, and the convenience of the Wal-Mart and Walgreen stores. We were comped for our space so the cost was the price of the Wi-Fi connection. It's difficult to complain too much about a free RV space. We will keep coming back.
We have stayed at this RV park numerous times. This stay we were fortunate to get a spot with space on both sides. In the past we have been parked in the large flat area by the office and also on "poverty flat" near the water tower with large motor homes on both sides. We have noticed that the pet owners are getting more and more careless about cleaning up after their dogs. This trip we even had people walking their dogs behind our trailer and making no effort to clean up the mess. There is nothing fancy about this park. Cable TV has good reception. Amazed that we have to pay for Wi-Fi connection that was very poor. Since we use points from our player's card the stay is "free" so it is difficult to complain about the park.