Best KOA we've ever been in because the sites are decent size and the navigation is good, unusual for a KOA. The bathrooms are more modern than normal KOA too. The staff was friendly, the utilities good, site pretty level. Wi-Fi was even pretty good. Verizon signal good. Definitely would stay here again.
Reserved a large pull-through with 50 amp. They tried to put me in a site that was too small and 30 amp. When I got a big site with 50 amp the power was bad so my surge protector detected a fault. After an hour of messing around it clicked on after the maintenance guy finally went and "checked on it". The water leaked underground and made a pond in just a few minutes. Avoid site 49!!! We did not use any amenities so no comment on them. We loved Devils Tower and the view but beware of the campground.
This park is nothing special but it works. Utilities worked fine. WiFi worked fine. Mostly pull thru sites but most are very short and just wide enough. Conveniently located on the edge of Cody. We would probably stay here again because there isn't anything cheaper.
The rate is Passport America. The good: utilities worked fine, site was level. The Bad: dumpy, muddy, barking dogs, andas the feel of an RV storage lot as it is so packed in. It served us fine for a one night stay traveling through but I wouldn't enjoy staying any longer. Note: the neighboring museum is inexpensive and informative.
We stayed a month so the rate is monthly rate including what we paid for electricity. We really liked our stay including the no dogs rule. Cheap laundry. Facilities are clean and worked well. Everyone is friendly. Great walking/biking path near by. The only reason I give a 9 rather than 10 is because the water and sewer hookups under the RV home is a pain on the monthly sites.
Price is ROD. There certainly is nothing special about this park but it works. Almost impossible to get one of the few 50 amp sites (at least if you are ROD). Sites are level and long enough. We don't require frills so the park works for us. My only beef is the extremely dusty roads in the park. Every vehicle that drives by sends a cloud of dirt in the air. Laundry is cheap. Verizon 3G throughput was OK most of the time.
We have stayed here many times over the last four years. It is consistent. Clean, spacious roads, utilities work well, even WiFi! Hint, the longer you stay the cheaper. Book further in advance to lock in a site for a long time (won't get moved around). Have stayed here many months and never felt security was an issue. Will stay again next year.
Paved road, level gravel site with concrete pad for chairs. Utilities worked fine. All people encountered were nice. Half of the RV sites (and there really aren't that many for RVs) are sandwiched between permanent manufactured homes and it was precarious backing in without hitting a carport or tree with only inches to spare. Try to get one with less obstacles. Park is nothing special but it is clean at a good price. Verizon signal was strong.
Rate is ROD. The last two reviews summed things up well. I will note that the utilities worked well including electricity which can be poor in older parks, but not here. We were in the higher section and got 4G on our Verizon Mifi. There are a limited number of sites that will handle a big rig. On the upper level few, if any, sites are level but not so bad you can't level with some effort. We'll be back.
Big open area so easy to maneuver a large rig. Utilities worked well. Free Wi-Fi worked well at our site (39). Quiet. No dust blowing from gravel even in wind. Rec room, bathroom, showers new and very nice. No frills or activities, just a nice place to stop while passing through. Price is "donation". They say "what you want to give". I asked what the suggested donation was and gave them that. I would stay here again when passing through.
Easy in/out, pretty level, plenty of length for large rigs. Good for overnight travel through. They are now charging $20 all the time for just electric. That is steep to me, thus the rating. Buffet is good for $12.
We were pleasantly surprised at how tidy and quiet this park is. Utilities were fine and facilities, although on the old side, are kept up and clean. We were in the short term area so picked up Wi-Fi from the clubhouse. There is a recycle bin at the south end of the park. The high price is our only complaint.
I rarely give a 10 but this park deserves it. Big sites with lots of green space between them. Roads and sites paved pull-through with patio and table. Level sites. Good utilities. Great, friendly staff. Easy in/out. Fair priced laundry. Clean restrooms. Quiet. I find no negatives. Sure there are trains but they are a long way off. I ignore the tent mentioned by someone else; they are harmless.
Quiet park. Easy in/out. Sites are level, hard packed, gravel and most are pull-through. Sites are pretty close together. All utilities worked fine. Wi-Fi worked well. No bathroom or showers. Staff is friendly and helpful. Great location to visit South Pass City.
Easy in/out, everything clean, nice people in office. Wi-Fi and cable TV worked well. Good laundry and good price. Could not give a better rating because the sites are side-by-side and too close. I couldn't even open the door on the side of my rig all the way or it would have hit the rig next to us. Plus, there were open sites all over the place and they put 2 big rigs side-by-side.
Rate is monthly rate. You can't find a cleaner park or friendlier staff. Won't repeat all of what others have said as all of the good stuff is covered well. Giving a 9 versus 10 because Wi-fi has big issues and noise from planes, trains and automobiles (yes, all three). We will stay here again.
This is a typical older park but they keep it tidy. Sights are tight together. 30 amp only but we were OK as long as we watched what we were running at one time. Low water pressure a lot of the time. Roads and sites are a fine stone so didn't blow in the incessant wind. Rate is Coast-to-Coast. The stay was fine for us for a week to check out the area but would not stay for a long time.
Rate is Coast-to-Coast. Utilities were fine, sites are generally large enough and level enough. Paved roads but dirt sites. Easy access and maneuvering. Verizon is Extended Network and is shaky but rumor is they have bought the local system and will take it over. Laundry is good. The park is not new but it is fine with no glaring issues to us. We will stay again if in the area.
We have stayed here before and were glad it has been maintained to its high standard. The Wi-Fi has been improved significantly and did not have any problem with Verizon. If you stay further to the east side of the park you don't hear the road noise. Great park. We'll be back next year. Rate is monthly when stay 30 or more days.
Rate is ROD. The park is an old, tired park. They have done a little painting and freshing things up compared to 2 years ago when I was last here. I'm fine staying here for free on the ROD rate, it isn't bad as the basics (utilities, bathrooms) are fine and laundry is cheap. Pool is nice but not heated. Wi-Fi did not work at all for me and Verizon data signal was on/off as the park is kind of down in a hole.
Good Sam rate shown. Easy in/out, on/off highway. Easy pull through, good utilities. Level sites. Great Wi-Fi. High priced but in cold weather, we wanted to plug in. Sites are very close/tight so if it were full/busy that would be annoying. Would be very dusty if there was wind. Not bad for a night or two if you are OK with the price.
This is the usual overpriced KOA. Very dusty roads, and to exit you have to drive the entire perimeter on a tight, rough, dusty, dirt road - ridiculous. My clean RV was a mess even driving very slowly. I'll pick another place before staying here again.
This park gets the almost impossible 10 rating. Granted Wi-Fi can be a little iffy and pay showers, but that doesn't offset everything else being great. As others have said the sites are huge, level, paved. Utilities are great. Some sites exchange shade for blocked satellite so you decide what is more important to you. Some have street noise from Parker but move away from that end of the campground and you have no street noise. We'll be back.
Price is through Coast-to-Coast. I echo the other reviews; concrete pads were nice; utilities worked well but come prepared with a water pressure regulator because the water pressure is SUPER high. WiFi was even good! Verizon datacard and phone worked well. The big gotcha is the price which did include cable TV and Wi-Fi. They get you for location because it is great for old town St. Charles and getting into St. Louis.
Rate is weekly FHU 50 amp. (Note that they do have a few 50 amp now.) The water was marginal as would get bursts of rust sometimes that was nasty and clogged up and even got through filters. Our site was all sticky sand that tracked in. Has nice, friendly people; mobbed but under control even on a holiday weekend. Verizon was great; WiFi was great (that's rare to see). I might have rated a notch higher if the water was better.
Very tight sites and a tight, very dusty, one-way road so you always have to drive all the way around the campground to go in or out. Only 30 amp, and Wi-fi didn't work. Verizon worked fine. Rate is C2C/GNP. Will not stay here again.
Stayed on ROD in the front section where the sites are large. This section is 30 amp, no sewer. Sewer is only available to members so I did not have a sewer option. The 50 amp sites in the back are small, close together (and no sewer). Wi-Fi was off and on. Restroom/showers were very nice! Verizon worked well. Pools are very nice. Beware, back section is loud! Roads are dusty. Honey wagon has a very loud pump engine and he keeps coming around throughout the day and it is very annoying to listen to.
Hosts/owners are great. Well managed and maintained park. All utilities worked well. Sites are pretty close but decent length. Wi-Fi was iffy. We had a nice stay with my only beef being the price. I think for this price I should not get a muddy site, the Wi-Fi should be dependable and the sites should be bigger.
We were here for 2 weeks. Rate is weekly rate. All sites are full hookup and were good. Staff was super. Seasonal people were all friendly and sites were kept up. Tiny laundry (2 machines) that you have to ask about. Very quiet during the week with a lot of kids on weekends. Verizon phone and datacard worked fine. I have a full-timer, big rig viewpoint so my rating might have been a 9 if maneuvering with a big rig had been better and more sites had enough opening for satellite to work (only a few do). As others have said, the office is poorly placed. On Fri/Sat they have people stationed at the entrance to check you in so you don't have to go there. Check-in is 2:00. If you call ahead a little they can tell you your site and directions and also save driving to the office. Also, use caution due to a couple horrible bumps as you pull in the entrance off the road so go very slow.
We really enjoyed our two weeks here. Even though we had many inches of rain, our site held up and drained quickly. We were in one of the very long pull-through sites. All utilities were good, Wi-Fi was great, DirecTV was no problem, staff was great and lots of friendly people. Close enough to Acadia. Only down side was very expensive laundry and lots of machines not working. The price was high but I guess you pay for the location.
The sites are huge, and we had a tree for partial shade. Water, power and cable TV were fine. No sewer available. Dirt roads with lots of holes were annoying. Bathroom and showers were clean. Wi-fi is extra $. Rate is weekly.
We stayed down in the flat in the 50 amp sites (the $3 rate w/ROD). These sites are grass and would be fine had there not been a lot of rain which turned the sites into a soggy mush. My jacks pressed my boards in the muck and broke. I couldn't get level. The other downside is very poor cell/datacard reception and the Wi-Fi from the office doesn't reach to the sites. The bathrooms were dirty with hints of mold.
Restrooms and showers old and not so nice at first glance but at least cleaned daily. Regular sites are wooded so no satellite. We opted for the field and thus no sewer, but they still charged $35. Pool is nice. Other than that, there is nothing remotely special about this place. Basically this place is for weekend campers, not full-timers looking for a nicer place.
Very nice place. Good paved road all the way back to the transient area. Sites were crushed stone and varied in size and levelness. It is first come first served so you pick a site of those available, so might not be one big enough if you have a big rig. Utilities were all good. No problem with satellite coverage. Verizon was better at sites than up by the entrance. Pool looked very nice but wasn't open yet. Rate is Coast to Coast. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
The sites are level with concrete pad and grassy between them. Streets are paved. Electric and sewer were good, but the water wasn't clean. Restrooms are nice and clean. Wi-Fi was very good. Verizon signal was good. Major downside is during heavey rain (and after) major puddling of water in street and between sites. We also had wind induced flooding when the wind backed the water up into the campground. Also the road to get to the campground is super narrow with no shoulder but rather from edge of payment straight into a ditch. Multiple vehicles went in the ditch during our two week stay. Rate is Coast to Coast with the $5 surcharge they now charge.
Staff was friendly and helpful. There are paved roads, level sites, and water and electric were good. Showers and restrooms were clean. Great hiking trails. Enjoyable stay other than big red ants flooded our RV climbing up the water hose.
Easy in and out even for big rigs. All sites are back in. Electric and sewer were fine although placement of hookups is bizarre at some sites. Roads are paved, sites level with pads to park on with grass between (no dirt, yippee). Wifi was good was most of the time. Rate is Coast to Coast. The office staff was friendly and helpful to us every time we stopped in the office. My take on the water. Before hooking up run water full volume out of spigot for a while to clear salt/sand that might be settled in the line. Use a filter on line. Plan on buying water for consumption because it is salty. Come prepared with some on-board or they sell it right in the camp store. To us it was worth it for a week of a great setting, walk to beach and access up and down the outer banks. P.S. I flushed my hot water tank at the next park after leaving and was glad I did as the salt was evident. P.S.S. another option, come in with your fresh tank full and don't use their water.
Easy in and out for big rigs. All sites are pull thru. All utilities good. Roads and sites level but dirt so rain splash does get rig dirty. Highway noise was loud as there is nothing to block sound. Wifi was good when it worked which was most of the time. Rate is weekly.
We were very disappointed in the extensive charges for things that don't work. Rather than having optional extra charges they told me I had to pay $14 PER DAY in addition to my Coast-to-Coast fee for accommodations whether I use them or not. Then to rub it in the Wi-Fi didn't work unless I took my computer to the building outside the laundry room and the elliptical machine in the exercise room didn't work. So I have to pay for stuff that doesn't work. The people in the office didn't believe me (or didn't care) and were snotty about it. I won't be back when there are other places that give you what you pay for and are friendly.
Very nice, friendly park. All facilities and utilities are good. Rate is monthly not including electric. Quiet park other than highway noise. Gated entrance. Enjoyed our stay very much. Only reason not a 10 is parked on dirt site.
We stayed here on Coast to coast so for the $10 price we were happy. There are sites that are easy to get into and lots that aren't. There are big ones with room and smaller ones squeezed together. Some are fairly level and others not. You just don't know what they are going to assign you. We got lucky and got a large, fairly level, easy one to get into with our big rig. Staff was ok to us, the restroom was pretty clean but smelled for some reason, showers look ok but didn't use. Pay Wifi or free at office so didn't use. I would stay again if I wanted to be close to Orlando but would try to negotiate my site ahead of time. Verizon datacard had good signal but often slow.
Speaking purely for the park itself I give this the rare 10. To have paved roads and pads, Wi-Fi that actually worked, cable TV, clear view to satellite, clean restrooms and showers, good laundry, great staff, nice walk as far as you want on the dike, etc. It is personal preference on whether "nothing around" is important to you or not, a 5 mile drive to Winn Dixie or 15 to Walmart is OK or not, crop dusting planes for a half hour in the morning now and again is bothersome. You can't come close to the price for a great little place in FL in February. The place worked great for us as a base to park the RV and drive to West Palm, Everglades and Keys. Just be sure to wash the ash off the car and RV.
The place was fine. All grass, pull-through sites with full hookup. Restrooms were clean, laundry was fine but small. The thing we didn't like was the odor in the water. Clothes came out smelling of the odor, too. Annoying small bugs, sand fleas I'm told, made me look like I had chicken pox. Not everyone reacts like that to their bite, but I sure did.
We stayed a month (rate is monthly w/tax) through the holidays and were very pleased. Good utilities, strong fast WiFi, good Verizon signal. Good laundry. Restrooms clean. Staff is friendly and helpful and the snowbirds staying for the winter were super friendly and helpful. We have a 40ft mh and had no trouble navigating, just take your time. We would stay here again if in the area.
We enjoyed our week here. Very quiet, peaceful place. A few sites have a 50 amp plug but per the maintenance guy, No sites have 50 amp service. We didn't need it this time of year anyway. Shared posts with circuit breakers for several sites so just find your post along your row. All staff are super friendly and helpful. Sites area all back-in, park on stone with pad for picnic table. Restrooms/showers are old but clean. Rate is Coast-to-Coast. The town of DeFuniak Springs was a bonus. Cute old town with lots of history (go to the library!). Nice walk around circle lake. About 30 minutes to beaches on the Gulf straight south. We'll stay here again.
Nice level sites, clean modern facilities. Cable TV included. Satellite iffy depending on site due to trees. Speaking of trees, we got bombarded with acorns, leaves, sticks falling from the trees. I had quite the mess on my slide covers and roof. Sites close to the road would be very loud with traffic sounds we got lucky and were off the road so wasn't too bad. Lots of members here and all were very nice to us. We will stay here again when in the area.
Nice clean little park. Level sites but kind of tight. All utilities good and includes cable TV. Not busy this time of year so the campground itself was quiet. The constant loud sound of the logging operation across the road and/or trucks from the wood chipping behind, kind of drove me crazy however, starting at 6 AM every day but Sunday. If it weren't for that noise I would rate this higher. Price is Passport America.
Old park with long level grass sites. Utilities and facilities are good. Easy access off of I-95 with groceries and fuel near by. Easy access to Brunswick and "the isles". Stayed a week and would stay again if in the area. Rate is Good Neighbor and 30 amp (50 is $2 more).
Nice park with level sites. Lots of pull throughs with FHU. Clean modern facilities. Basically a huge open area with rows and rows of sites some with pads, some on grass, some on stone. Site size depends on section. Traffic noise pretty constant from roads on the perimeter. Was given a site under a large Oak and was shelled with nuts and debris from the tree. Thanksgiving potluck was great! My only complaint is a speed hump about every 60 feet and I was way in the back so it was very annoying.
It is off season so it is very quiet. Bathroom and showers are fine. Laundry is fine. Facilities are "aged" but OK. Some sites are very close together and some have more room. They let you pick your site so pick what you like that is available when you arrive. Water has a odd taste; we bought water at store for drinking. Very close to caves. Rate is Coast to Coast.
We stayed in late Sept so was pretty quiet. On the weekend we saw a taste that kids might rule the roost during peak season. Heavy woods so shading and no satellite. Nice place to walk. New disc golf course being carved out of the woods. Water and electric were fine. Bathroom, showers and laundry were nice. All dirt road and dirt sights, some not very level.
This was a very nice, quiet, well maintained park. Level sites with pads, paved roads, nice large grassy area between sites. Great for the price. I'm giving a 9 because of no laundry. Be sure to have a lot of hose to get to your water hookup. I needed every inch of 50 feet.
Nice quiet park. Nice, friendly, helpful hosts. Grass, level sites. Campground has its own beach and boat dock. Restroom and shower are large and clean. Only one washer and dryer. Close to town with grocery, food, gas, hardware store. Definitely will return. Rate is Passport America for Premium waterfront. 9 of 10 because of small laundry.
Our site, and those around it, was huge but the utility layout still had me parked way to one side so my power could reach. I didn't care, as the view out my front window was great. All sites seemed level. I will plan a longer stay next time!
I don't need to say a lot other than agreeing with other reviews. Great campground! We pulled in forward with our Class A to have a great view out the front window. I'm giving a 9 rather than the near impossible 10 only because there are no showers or restroom. We love to walk, and from the campground you can walk for miles down the waterfront! BTW: the best pastries are at Kangas in Hancock (the old hospital building).
As others have said, big rig friendly is limited to certain sites. Very few true level sites at all. The weirdest thing is the toilets in a pseudo outside situation. The sites are well maintained and the view from a few sites on top is great but over all the charge is high for what you get. With limited campgrounds in the area they can charge what they want. We'll stay here again for a short time, but only up on the hill.
Basic place. I had to back out of my pull-through site due to low branches. Roads were fine. Site was level. Bathrooms and shower were very small. Men was clean but women was not. We think it is because of a bunch of small girls running around unsupervised going in and out tracking mud. Laundry was good. We would stay here again.
This is a nice little park run by nice owners. On the edge of town making it easy to access to historic city and museums. We stayed a quiet week which started out spacious with nice green grass between our sites but then it suddenly filled up and RVs were on the grass and we were then cramped. All facilities and hookups were good. Verizon access good. We would stay here again. Rate is Passport America.
Very nice park. Great staff, wonderfully maintained, clean. Maybe the nicest we've stayed at. A model for parks in site layout. We didn't have any problem in our 40 ft motorhome. Only reason a 9 vs 10 is dusty interior roads and the road noise from US 2. We'll be back.
Nice park with lots of facilities for kids and a nice adult only lounge. Can tell they are working on improving older things. Many sites are kind of tight but are level. Nights are quiet but screaming kids can get loud during the day. Staff is friendly and helpful. Dirt roads generate lots of dust every time a vehicle goes by. Our 8 day stay is fine but rating 8 because of tight site and screaming kids.
Staff is friendly and helpful. Old park from days of smaller rigs. Sites are barely big enough to put your slides out and we couldn't even park our car near our MH. Only weak 30 amp service. Bathroom and shower was OK. Some sites are satellite friendly. We stayed at member rate because it was convenient location to our activities.
This is a great campground. Sites are pull through and on an angle for easy in and out. The angled parking is great for an open feel rather than looking straight at your neighbor. Very clean restroom and shower with lots of stalls. Nice laundry. Close to town where they have everything.
There are a few sites with sewer but they are really close together and so few of them they are always taken. We stayed in a section where no sewer and the sites had more room and some shade depending on the time of day. They do have honey wagon service twice a week for a fee. Restrooms and showers were clean. It was a very quiet and peaceful stay. We loved walking the 1.5 miles around the lake each evening and watching the wildlife. Rate is Thousand Trails member rate. We will stay here again.
We spent the winter here and were very happy (just pulled out). The campground is well maintained, restroom and showers clean, garbage pickup every morning at your site, quiet and only a few miles from everything you need. Sitings of Bald Eagles, hawks and other wildlife was nice. Walking in the desert close by. We will stay here again for sure. Note that the rate was for long term reduced rate. Only short coming is one stall bathroom for men.