Former KOA and would never pass their inspection process now! Can't believe Good Sam passes them. Poor roads and sites; gravel/sporadic grass/ruts/holes. At our 3:30 check-in our site included papers & flattened cans, 2 full Quicrete bags which were obviously hardened to concrete as it was raining most of the day, and a plastic container containing gallons and gallons of used oil. I advised the manager that when we checked out NONE of the mess was ours, and she gave me a long story about all the "workers" who were living there for different times and how bad the last batch were and blamed it on them. And no one checked the sites for the entire next day?
40 miles from George W. Bush presidential library, but worth the drive to keep the motorhome out of metropolitan Dallas. Wi-Fi was sporadic, especially at night when "everyone" is on line. Dirt/gravel sites and roads, but not too bad. No longer a KOA.
Beautiful concrete and well-groomed grass sites plus paved roads. WELL worth the drive off of I-30. Just $27 with a Good Sam discount. We travel 3-4 months a year throughout the USA and count this as one of the nicest parks we've stayed in. Pleasant check-in, huge social room, and excellent Wi-Fi.
Nice park with lovely grass wide sites, but costly for a place so close to noisy I-5. When I called for reservations for 2 coaches, I was not given a choice of site-costs and so ended up paying more than we felt the sites were worth.
With Good Sam discount, $45/night is too high for the quality of the park, though it probably reflects proximity to amusement park. Refused to make reservations when we called yesterday for 2 pull-thu's so we wouldn't have to disconnect. Did get pull-through's, but difficult to get in to and I'm concerned about exit tomorrow; we'll see. Speed bumps are too aggressive and too many. WiFi instruction non-existent & connection poor. Cable TV 1/3 of channels unusable. Dirt roads and sites, but some grass & table between sites. Lots of all-the-timers. Drive a little further and stay someplace else.
This was our 2nd stay here. Clean, friendly, lush grass between close-together sites. Only complaint is length of sites. Two 40' motorhomes traveling together, and neither site really has room for parking tow vehicle nor do any of our neighbors. We had to move our tow for neighbors to escape several days ago and I expect we'll need to ask others to move theirs so we can in a couple of days. Weekly rate
Be sure you "walk your site" before you pull in your big-rig! Travelling together, we and another 40' motorhome (towing, both) requested pull-throughs so we wouldn't have to disconnect and could easily pull out next morning. We were too close and committed to the assigned sites before realizing one rig had to disconnect to make the turn to get into their site. And we had to call to get a sprinkler turned off. Then we could get in okay; but as there is no turn-around road, we must pull through their cow-pasture of sites to get out this morning. AND as we're facing the "no swimming" waste water treatment pond with NO aerator going, it smells. We looked forward to the "grassy sites" mentioned on their signage, but found lumpy, bumpy cow pasture, with no delineated "site" but just a place to park between hookups. Which are backward/forward, backward/forward, etc. I would NOT recommend this park at all. (As an aunt and uncle were years ago KOA inspectors, I can't believe anyone from KOA has looked at this park in years!)
Nice park with paved roads/sites. Appreciate the shade trees and although the sites are close together, the angle is good and one doesn't gaze directly into the ones next door. Do NOT appreciate, at this or any other RV park, the many "speed bumps." No RV-owner could EVER think about installing them, as no matter how slowly you drive, everything in cabinets is moved around. Just post speeds and make a big deal of it when rigs check in.
Nice shady sites with lots of cable channels so you don't mind not getting satellite TV! Rather close together and price on the high side, but this is a tourist-town and summertime, so we're not unhappy. An initial refusal to honor Good Sam membership for our July 7-11 stay ("holiday weekend,") was quickly amended when we pointed out 3 of the 4 nights were NOT in their "blackout period," but it doesn't seem they should be able to EVER black out Good Sam discounts without advising us ahead of time. That said, we're enjoying our stay here and are glad to be at the northern-most edge of the area and closest to Arches and Canyonlands. VERY difficult to find right now as they're doing construction directly south of the RV park and signage is awful; none ahead of time and the billboard directly by exit is poorly colored and faded.
We LOVED our stay here! Right in the middle of town and we sat with other campers on the office lawn watching 4th of July fireworks after park potluck. Many of the sites appear to contain long-timers, but we had 2 beautiful pull-through sites for we and RV travelling companions, and found everyone to be friendly and accommodating. We'd visited Mesa Verde from Durango some years ago, but would highly recommend doing it from Cortez and this terrific RV park. LOTS of trees, but LOTS of free cable channels, and good WiFi.
This is a GOLF and RV resort, with beautiful 9-hole course plus tennis, pool, horseshoes, putting green and pool tables. We just held rally here for 17 coaches from Tucson and the park was wonderful!! Cooperation & assistance from management was excellent, and the sites were all together and very nice. We had sole use of a full-service kitchen/TV/dining hall that was the best we've used anywhere. I would give this RV park the highest recommendation.
Nice park, but overpriced for sites and proximity to I-5. When I called for reservation, we were not given a choice of site/fee, though there were lots of "empties" the night we were here. High priced, even with Good Sam discount.
We're KOA card holders and stay in them often. This is the best overall KOA we've ever stayed in. Our LONG pull-through site overlooked horse pastures and across the valley to mountains. VERY inexpensive compared to most KOA's, especially for W/S/E 50-amp and Wi-Fi. Recommend this very highly and would absolutely stay here again. Stay here instead of the LOTS more expensive KOA in Casper.
1. Refused to honor Good Sam discount for weekly rate though both are on their website. 2. Entry and interior roads are pot-holed and rough: uncomfortable riding in motorhome! 3. WiFi was unreliable and inconsistent. 4. Sites VERY close together, uneven dirt and grass with no concrete pad/patio. 5. Few picnic tables old, warped, dirty. 6. Bison burger was good. It appears to have been years since any money was put into the RV park part of the ranch.
Relatively inexpensive for full hookups,etc., but my husband was unable to connect WiFi at our site or in the office. The office staff was unable to assist, though MY computer could connect. Starbucks and WiFi was 12 miles away so that's what we had to do. VERY POOR Verizon phone service; kept disconnecting. "CableTV" includes mostly Mexican stations and none of standard cable stations: FOX, CNN, etc.