Many permanents, which creates noise in the AM when they leave for work. Some units have a bit of junk around them. The park office closes mid-afternoon and after that the manager must be called. He apparently has another full-time job but is very helpful and cooperative. Utilities were good. This is not a destination resort but should serve very well for a day or week or more. This is a very urban setting for a park but it is close to the center of town. We felt quite safe here and would definitely stay here again because of it's central location.
Extremely tight roads, sites & turns. Sites extremely short for a so-called modern RV park. A large RV will probably have to back out of their "pull thru" site. Only about a 1/3 of the sites have cable and only 3 or 4 with 50 amp service have it. Greed drives this park as the prices are high, the service is low, and there are tents pitched all over the place including the lawn. If we had to return to Seattle again, we would probably grudgingly end up here as there are few other close-in choices.
Nice park but.... Sewer connections oddly placed, in many cases closer to the next site than yours, in some cases where they had to be stepped over to reach your rig. Many of the turns in and out of sites and around the park were very tight and were somewhat challenging. If your RV drivers license came from WalMart, DON"T come here. We would stay here again.
Close to street but it dead ends in the state park so not too much traffic. I agree with the previous posts but want to emphasize that the site entrances and exits need to be widened to keep from dropping off when entering or exiting. We would probably stay there again in spite of the price.
Fairly good park. Pull-throughs were a bit narrow. Good cable. Hookups at sites facing bay were at the back of the site (front for a motor home if you pull it in to face the bay. Many sites were long term rentals, many to working people. Too many of the long term sites had too much junk around them. Some long term units should be evicted for extremely trashy appearance. We would definitely stay here again.
Excellent RV park. Exceptionally well manicured. Maybe a bit pricy for an overnight stay, but we have paid more for much worse. The review of July, 2013 pretty much says it all. We would definitely stay here again.
Cash or check only. Staff very helpful with maps and suggestions for the area. Quite convenient to Duluth/Superior area. Very adequate facilities. Comfortable roads for a large motorhome. Pool looked inviting even if we didn't use it. We would definitely stay here again.
Cash or check only. Nice spacious sites, most with shade. Very little for kids to do, but since we don't have kids, no problem. Helpful staff. Very little road noise, and NO railroad (what a change from most parks). We would definitely stay here again.
This was a very adequate park for our purpose. W-Fi only around the office. Cable was out of service when we were here. Utilities have just been replaced in the last year or so. Only one site was available for overnight stays, as most sites are used by long-term workers. Anywhere in western North Dakota I would not plan on staying without calling ahead because of extremely high usage by oil field and construction workers. Park manager was very accommodating and helpful. The park was sold about a year ago which answers some of the previous comments. We stayed for three nights and would definitely stay again.
Quiet park. DEFINITELY NOT a resort. Use coordinates for GPS, NOT address. Trailer life directory directions are correct. TL calls the road off of US49 Lux while GPS calls it Lucy. They are the same. About 2 miles of very narrow paved roads after leaving highway then some narrow gravel into campground. Campground is gravel which has enough dust in it to be quite sloppy after a rain. Utilities good. Staff was friendly and helpful. This was an old membership park which was allowed to run down badly. New owners have made many improvements but much remains to be done to make this a resort. No difficult of access with a large motorhome. While this is, to us, not a destination park, we would definitely stay here again.
While this was a nice RV park for our purposes, it is not an RV resort. The sites are spacious and access is good if you are not adverse to driving over grass (it seems solid even after rain). Plan on using your own facilities if you don't want to drive to the showers, laundry or fitness center. Make your reservations over the phone, drive directly to your site, and the manager will catch up with you sooner or later. There is train noise, but it didn't bother us with the windows closed. The park is overpriced, considering the facilities provided. Even with these shortcomings we would still stay here again because if the close proximity to downtown Savannah.
Very nice, clean park. Roads were quite narrow but manageable with a big rig. Watch trees at some sites but not a big problem. Friendly front office ladies. Cable TV at our site was poor. We would definitely stay here again.
Roads are extremely narrow with untrimmed brush. Campground is extremely dark at night. The first site we were assigned was 50 amp, but Wi-Fi was nearly non-existent and unusable. After 2 trips to the office we were assigned a 30 amp back-in site with good Wi-Fi, but the electric voltage was so low that a heat pump would cause the voltage monitor to blow. The back-in site had trees in such a position along the road so as to present a serious challenge to getting into the site. We would probably stay here again if we wanted to go to NY City as there are not many other choices.
Merely an average campground with typical KOA prices. Good Wi-Fi. Sites are somewhat level. Has good over the air TV. If you want a sewer hook-up and don't have 30 feet of sewer hose or want to unhook, DON'T stay here. What is the point of a pull-through site if you have to unhook? We would probably not stay here again.
This park has fairly long, level sites. Located on a busy street but not much noise unless on street-side sites. Nice grass between most sites but sites are just a little bit too close together. It is difficult to use the picnic table if the next site is occupied. WiFi is weak but normally usable. We would stay here again especially since it is so accessible to town and it's attractions.
The sites are long but with very poorly designed utilities. Electricity and water were at the very back of the sites requiring the toad to be left sticking in the street. Some sites were very soft gravel and most sites are deceptively out of level front to back. We would stay here again for an overnight stay.
Campground staff was friendly. A cell phone was necessary to check in as the "working in campground" sign was always on door through most of our stay. Sites not particularly level but still usable. Road noise was quite bad with trucks hitting the rumble strip every minute or so. The second night, while using a white noise machine on a Saturday night (less truck traffic), was better but was still bad. We will not stay here again if there is another alternative.
Park is clean. There is no shade. WiFi was good. Roads are dusty and quite narrow. Site drives are very narrow which requires driving across grass to get in or out. Not a problem if it is dry, but after a rain, watch out. We would stay here again if in the area.
VERY nice park which was very handy to I-57 and close to I-74 & 72. NO highway noise, no trains. Good WiFi and clean park. Owners were helpful and friendly. Has lots of grass. Some sites are satellite friendly. Will definitely stay here again when we are close.
Far from I55 on fairly narrow roads that had excessively low trees over them. There is also had a one lane bridge. The sites were adequate. All sites are gravel. All roads are gravel with many low spots with standing water. Be sure to bring your mosquito repellent. Water pressure in the evening dropped to less than 20 pounds. WIFI in the evening was so slow as to not be useable. In the early morning Wifi was adequate. Some sites are satellite friendly. I would probably stay here again if there were no other options.
The rate is for a non-member overnight stop. This is a Western Horizons resort and allows non-members an overnight "safety" stop at one night maximum. We stayed on a 3 night promotional deal. Listen to a 90 minute, only a medium pressure sales pitch. Roads and sites were gravel. Concrete patio but placed at center of site. Not particularly good for motorhomes or many pull units. Sites were adequately long and very nicely spaced. Good Wi-Fi and cable TV, although the channel guide was 3 years out of date. This is still a very good overnight stop or longer stay if you are a member of WH or affiliated group. We would stay here again.
Park was very well maintained. Rate was before discounts. Sites were well spaced, but were of barely adequate length. Roads were quite narrow and required very careful maneuvering (but shouldn't we always). New dog runs have been recently added which were very adequate in size, but sometime after dark, watch dogs were released in the adjacent storage yard so most dogs would probably be too distracted to do much. Park was a little pricy, but this is right in a high price area. We stayed 6 days and would stay again.
Very long, adequately wide gravel sites and roads. The road from the frontage road was dusty but that is hardly enough to justify degrading this park from 8 or 9 to 4 as the previous reviewer did. Staff was friendly and helpful. The lack of cable TV makes satellite most desirable. Many guests were long term. The biggest downside to this park is its remote location. Dateland has a convenience store. It is about 35 miles to anything more, and Yuma is nearly 60 miles. Plan ahead and this is an excellent overnight or longer stop. Call ahead as the park has just a few spots available at any time, and it was full when we were here. Excellent place to walk dogs (or let them run). We would definitely stay here again.
Entire park is gravel. Virtually no shade. Good Wi-Fi. Limited number of 50 amp sites. Hookups were poorly placed with electric at the front of the pad and sewer at the back. Long hoses and cords were mandatory with out parking in the driveway. Good cable but with limited number of channels, e.g. no CBS or FOX but satellite friendly. We found nothing in the town, other than work or relatives, to justify anything more than an overnight stop but we would definitely use it again for that
Good cable & Wi-Fi. Very friendly & helpful owners. Nice place at river walk behind park to walk pets. Mostly long term renters. Call ahead. If you pull a toad, plan on un-hooking to leave park, even with a pull-thru. The biggest down to this otherwise very nice park is the road noise. It starts early, before 5 AM, and it seems every pickup truck in Carlsbad has to have loud tailpipes. Even given that, we would stay here again.
Wi-Fi is $3 per day but with the rate this park charges, I don't object to paying extra for Wi-Fi. Nicely spaced sites. Good cable. Satellite friendly. The only reason I rated this park down was because of the road noise. It was quite loud and continued most of the night. Overall a good park. We will stay here again.
A nice park in town. The sites were very close together but the pull-throughs were quite long. There many long-term clients but the units seemed to be generally well maintained. Good WIFI and cable. We will stay here again.
There are fairly large site, all gravel as was much of the roadway. The charge for WIFI of $4.95/day. There is good cable and sites are also satellite friendly. Many long term clients but were well kept up. There is a good dog walk. We will definitely stay here again.
The park has very friendly and helpful staff. There is no shade. Sites and roads are gravel. There is fairly good cable, and good WIFI. It is satellite friendly. A very good place to walk pets, even off leash. Good for an overnight stop or a longer stay as it is fairly close to Lafayette. I would recommend calling ahead as they filled up on a Wednesday night in February. We will definitely stay here again.
For the price (which increased in January) this park is well worth the money. Gravel and grass sites. No frills, no playground, just a good place to stay in Baton Rouge. Most sites have good satellite access. We will definitely stay here again.
Friendly staff. Fairly convenient to Naval Aviation Museum (free and worth the trip). Many sites are satellite friendly and cable is also good. Good wi-fi. Most sites are somewhat level but many are also somewhat uneven. So called "super sites" appeared very unlevel. Very few paved pads. Mostly grass, gravel, and dirt sites fairly well spaced. Some sites have much shade. Work is being done behind the building to level and improve sites. Flags have been placed in front of the building to start on those sites. We would definitely stay here again.
Good Wi-Fi. Fair cable. Satellite friendly. Staff and other residents are very friendly. Good park to just relax. Lots of area to let dogs run by the Gulf. Sites and roads are sandy. We will definitely stay here again.
Compared to other parks in the area, this not an unreasonably priced park. Cable is $2 extra. No WIFI. Unfriendly for satellite. Sites and roads are gravel. Lots of space for dogs, including off leash. We will stay here again.
Very pleasant and helpful staff. Escort to site but you are on your own to get located on the extremely narrow pads. Paved sites are level but gravel ones seemed to vary. The sites along the road (which we had) got more road noise than along any interstate that we have stayed. The sites further back should be much quieter. Too many people did not pick up after their dogs and the staff was not out early enough (10 AM) to observe any of this. (I have a dog and believe if you do not want to pick up after your pet, you should stay home or get rid of it). Downtown Savannah is about 20 minutes but is very easy to get to, interstate most of the way. AT&T cell signal is almost non-existent. Too many trees for satellite but the park cable is good as is Wi-Fi. We would definitely stay here again.
We were in site D3 at the front to get satellite. In the summer it would be hot but it is difficult to get everything. We were able to get all four TV networks on digital broadcast. Very nice dog run. Much larger and nicer than most. Rated this park down because of no free WI-FI (although I accidentally found my way on free) and no cable. Park appears well maintained. Would most definitely stay here again.
Restrooms closed in winter. No security. Several times observed strange cars drive thru CG and back along river. Cop cars entered to same area. Quite a bit of highway noise. All sites are back in. Many were adequate for a 40' motorhome and toad. Very close to Biltmore (the Vanderbilt estate, well worth the trip). Contrary to the comments of a previous reviewer, exiting the park to I-26 with a large motorhome and toad should pose no problem for anyone with the minimum skills to operate an RV safely. We would stay here again.
Narrow sites spaced very close together. Too much long termed, traffic traveling too fast. Most sites are satellite friendly. The amusement park did not look too enticing but it was closed for the season anyway. Would stay again.
I rated this CG down because of no cable TV. The park is very satellite friendly. Sites are pull-through facing the river for motorhomes and with the back to the river for fifth-wheels. Follow the parks written directions in because my GPS really wanted me to drive on a non-existent street over the river levy. Roads somewhat rough entering but were not too bad. We would stay here again as it seemed to be much safer than those parks around Graceland.
This is an adequate park for an overnight stop. No cable. Some sites can get satellite. Very friendly hosts. The jar of molasses is very good. Access from the highway is well marked but interesting. Some pull-thru spaces kind of beside a road. We would definitely stay here again for an overnight stop.
Long, level sites. Good cable and Wi-Fi. Some sites could have satellite. Park is close to interstate and railroad, both of which are quite noisy. Regardless of the name (Denver East KOA) this park is NOT very close to downtown Denver (At least 35 miles). We would stay here again for an overnight stop.
Most sites have some shade and seemed to be fairly level with all gravel. Wi-Fi good. Many sites are satellite friendly. Cable TV has all major networks but otherwise is somewhat limited. A large area is available as a pet walk but if your pet has to have grass you are in trouble as there is none anywhere and the Moab public areas are decidedly dog un-friendly. NO DOGS ALLOWED. We would most likely stay here again.
The rate is after discount. In fairness to this "park", the sites on the east side and west side of this park are far and away better than the sites in the middle. Those are grass, dirt and rock (not gravel). Lots of luck trying to level anything there. This place is extremely over-priced for the value received. Wi-Fi was very spotty. The staff was not very friendly after they checked you in unless they thought you might buy something in the store. The general attitude seemed to be "We are the only RV park close and we certainly know it". If you can find a suitable park elsewhere I suggest you use it even if it is not so conveniently located. We would only use this park again in desperation and I doubt we will ever be that desperate.
Older park but well maintained. Very friendly and helpful on-site owners. At least one dog running loose. A little road and railroad noise. Some sites have very little grass bit are well gravelled (no mud). Most sites are satellite friendly. A very good and well priced over night stop. Good WiFi. We would definitely stay here again.
Given the relative scarcity of campgrounds in this area, this was a very reasonable price. It appeared that most sites were relatively level. The sewer connection was at the far back of the site and was about 6 inches above ground which required extra sewer hose. WiFi was somewhat slow. NO cell phone service so a long-distance phone card (Remember those?) is advisable. No cable or broadcast TV but park is satellite friendly. Pool and hot tub looked clean and inviting. We would definitely stay here again.
Level gravel sites, some of which were long enough to not un-hook. WiFi worked for a very short while, then quit. Some road noise. The bathrooms at the north end of the park close at 8 PM so beware if you need to use them. Not much grass at many sites. No shade but it is good for an overnight stop
This is a well maintained, older RV park with sites that were laid out when RV's were much smaller. The staff was very friendly and tried to be helpful even though many were not too familiar with the area. Sites were very narrow and and quite short. Plan on un-hooking, even for an overnight stop, unless you have a very short rig. Road noise from the adjacent road, which carries many trucks, is quite loud in the spaces nearest the road even through the night. Park is not satellite friendly. We would probably stay here again as the park is in a convenient location and, besides, you don't have too many other options.
A little pricey. Enclosed dog run was right next to a long-termer who had a cat outside on a leash. Distracting to say the least so we walked elsewhere on grass. Cable TV did not work and the reply was "We'll check on it tomorrow", (we were staying 1 night). Fortunately, most of the park is very satellite friendly. A major drawback is the extremely high levels of noise from the adjacent interstate. Most of the outside back-in sites were occupied by short travel trailers and short very old motorhomes which apparently belonged to long-termers. Too many of these had too much "junk" stored outside around them, e.g. old, overturned coolers, motorcycle wheels, fencing, bundles of salvage Styrofoam. Some of these trailers were skirted With un-painted raw lumber or plastic tarps. In short, part of this park took on the appearance of the stereotypical old trailer park. We would probably stay here again.
This is a well maintained park, but the pull-thru sites are slightly too short to allow adequate parking on the site. The trees on the sites need to be trimmed up and back to allow RV's and slides to clear them. No cable TV but the trees are located in a way that most sites should allow satellite reception. Interior roads are gravel but are quite narrow, which,combined with short sites can make access to and from sites with an RV somewhat challenging. The office staff is most friendly and is very helpful with local information to help you with your stay. We would definitely stay here again.
Excellent park. Very good Wi-Fi. Good interior roads. Long sites. Plenty of well trimmed and watered grass between sites. Good cable TV. Very friendly and helpful owner-office staff. Long term sites are relatively neat particularly in comparison to some other parks. Enjoy your stay.
What a welcome thing to park in this park after spending one night in the nationally franchised park just east of Cody. I initially registered for one night, but when my wife saw the park she said to register for another night. The park is extremely well maintained. The grass is watered often and is well mowed and trimmed. The office staff is extremely accommodating and will do everything possible to make your visit to Cody enjoyable. This pull thru sites are adequately long for a large coach and toad however the sites are slightly closer together than I prefer but still they are larger than some parks I have been in. Be sure to check out the Attached Trading Post (owned by the same people). Very good quality merchandise, fairly priced. We will most definitely stay here again. I would caution anybody coming to Cody in the summer to call ahead for reservations or it might be Wal-Mart for the night.
Sites are relatively small (short & narrow). Sites poorly mowed. HUGE hole in one of the main drives that was not marked. Cable TV was not reliable, so I was advised after check-in. Playground and associated childrens equipment is located next to entrance drive and creates a substantial safety hazard. Trees in the entrance ares needed to be trimmed so as to not drag on the top of the TV. If you are going to stay in Cody, try to find a better and more reasonable RV park. This one is definitely NOT worth the money.
We stayed here 3 nights. Well maintained park with friendly staff. Busy park with lots of kids since it is close to Black Hills attractions. WiFi early morning and evening was quite slow. Some driveways were quite narrow, primarily because the sites they served were very short for the rigs parked on them which necessitated parking the toad partially in the street. Very few shaded sites which helps satellite TV if you need it. We would stay here again.
Stayed here 2 nites to visit Badlands. No pool, but then we didn't want it anyway. Gravel sites had been recently graded. Sites had grass between them, and were of adequate size. We would stay here again.
Only 30 minutes of Wi-Fi is free -just enough to check e-mail and little more. The sites are fairly wide but quite short. No table at our site. The office tried to charge me for over 40 feet because I had a toad. This was the first time anyone had tried this on me. I objected and prevailed. This was our second overnight stop here, and we will probably stop again in the future.
This is a somewhat older park, but it is quite well maintained. The pull-thrus are not quite long enough for some tow vehicles to park lengthwise when unhooked, which required us to ask a neighbor to move his so we could exit. There are quite a few long termers here but most sites were quite neat. Security could be enhanced by completing the fence around the property, however we did not feel at all uncomfortable. The WiFi seemed to disconnect us a little too often. The staff was most polite and helpful. We would probably stay here again.
This park could easily be a model for all RV parks, (long,angled pull-thrus, trees well placed for usable shade, accessibility to interstate but far enough away to avoid noise, sites suitable for satellite TV if 60+ channels of cable isn't enough for you, level sites, nice spacing between sites). The owners are always available and can normally be seen outside continually working to keep the park and facilities in absolutely immaculate condition. The pet walk is large enough that even a large dog should be happy. We enjoyed the park enough that an overnight stay turned into 3 nights.
Discount for cash or check. Owners are very friendly and keep an immaculate park. Lots of room between sites. One or two pull-throughs might be available but don't count on it. Wi-Fi is occasionally available for a fee from an adjacent campground. We have stayed here several times for several days each time and will do so again. We have observed very few children here, but the park is primarily adult oriented. Occasionally social activities are planned (potlucks, etc.)
The only reason this park rated down was because of the nearby interstate highway noise. (We slept well with a fan on to cover up outside noise). This is a somewhat older park but very well maintained. Artificial plants on picnic tables. Nicely kept up grounds. Very friendly staff. Adequate area to walk dogs. All-in-all a very nice place to spend a night or a few days.
Stayed here a week with children. Only stayed that long because of their refund policy(just try to get one). Web site indicated paddleboats, canoes, miniature golf, etc. available. Only available at their convenience. Store only open when they feel like it. Most showers closed during the week and the other was filthy with no hot water. Management was indifferent. Swimming pool was closed at 6PM on Sunday with temps in the 80s. Manager said she would get back to me about my complaints about facility availability. Didn't happen. Assigned a space with only 30 amp electricity and no cable TV. Won't stay here again
Our site was close to the office and we had good Internet. The term "cable TV" should not be used to describe the TV service in this park. ESPN and the Weather Channel were good but the others were at best marginal. The view of the river was fairly good and made the stay quite interesting.