Triple J was a nice place to stay on our return trip home down 70. The park was pretty full, and it looked like all vehicles were parked pretty close together throughout. It's not really a place you're going to want to stay for an extended period of time. There isn't much to do there, and there isn't much nearby. If you need a place to spend the night, it is perfect. We were greeted by VERY friendly people who helped us get into our spot and settled, and gave us space and quiet time when we needed it after being on the road all day. Everything was clean, and everything worked. It may be small, and it may be tight, but it is well kept, safe, and super friendly. Anytime we are coming home through Kansas we will stop and say hello to the folks at the Triple J and try to spend the night.
If I were writing a review for just KOA campgrounds, I would rate this a 7-8. As far as KOAs go, it was a good place to spend the night. The campgrounds were clean and well maintained. A typical KOA setup of mostly gravel, a little grass and a few trees. The facilities and buildings looked clean, but we did not use them. Our site was clean, level and ready to go. Getting around in the campgrounds with our RV was easy. The staff was nice and helpful. I wouldn't stay here for a week, but it was a great spot to spend a relaxing evening on the way to our next destination. I would recommend this KOA and will stay again if we find ourselves spending the night in Cheyenne in the future.
New to RV parks and new to writing RV park reviews, so I'm giving this KOA a 7 of 10 based on the 3 other places we stayed at on our first RV trip ever. I think if we were rating just KOA campgrounds, I would give this KOA an 8 or 9 rating. The only facility we used on site was the dog run area, which was the nicest of all the places we stayed. We did not use the bathrooms or showers, but the buildings we did see and entered were all clean and I would expect the facilities to be nice. As expected, there was little grass and fewer trees, and not much shade. The campground is basically gravel. It was very clean, there was plenty of room to move around, and the RVs were not parked on top of each other. I wouldn't want to spend a week in this campground, but it was an excellent safe place to have a relaxing quiet evening on the way to our destination. I would recommend this KOA and will probably stay again.