This is the finest family RV resort we have visited. While I could quibble with the sites being gravel rather than concrete, the gravel is thick and drains well and the sites are level and very wide. We could park our car next to our motorhome and we still had room. There is also ample space between your site and your neighbors. As for activities there are four pools including one indoor pool. There is a complete BMX biking site with many hills to climb and jump over. The dog park is enormous with a separate area for small dogs. Two very well groomed softball diamonds, an eighteen hole disc golf course and a small lake/pond are also provided. The park is huge and is busy on weekends all summer and through the New England Patriots football season as the park is only a few miles from Gillette Stadium. Laundry facilities are modern and available in three different building throughout the park. The large building that contains the indoor pool also has a separate large adults-only area on the second floor. A lunch stand, pizza stand, and ice cream stand is open Friday night and on weekends. Checkin on a Friday afternoon and evening is very busy, but the staff is very efficient and friendly. The Wi-Fi connectivity is sensational, but the volume of data you are downloading is monitored and managed. The security is the best I've seen with individual six digit passcodes for both your motorhome and towed vehicle. The office supplies some good information on driving to a "T" station to catch a train into downtown Boston which is difficult to drive in and parking is limited and very expensive. We will come here again when we return to the Boston area. We stayed here for 14 days and paid $65 per night with the weekly stay discount.
This was our second visit to this park. We stayed for one week back in 2009. Very nice park with trees and many on site activities as well as shuttle service directly to and from your rig and the Turning Stone Resort and Casino. This was just a one night stay and as before the sites, utilities, and Wi-Fi are very good. One thing I find odd is that many sites while nice and level are not straight. It is as if someone drawing the site plan with a birds-eye view thought it would look nice for the sites to be curved for architectural effect. Unfortunately this means if you lineup your rig and tow vehicle in a nice straight line, some part of one or the other will be on the grass. In some sites this creates access/egress issues. Again, overall the park is very good, but I know an RVer was not consulted in the design of the actual sites. We spent one night and paid $45 with no discount.
Nice little campground on the former site of a ski resort. Sites are tiered on hills to provide nice views, but require some up and down hill driving to reach some sites. Staff was very friendly and helped us choose the best site for our needs by driving us to a couple of sites and letting us decide. Some sites are reserved by seasonals, but can be rented when the owners aren't using them. Positioning of utilities varied, so some are best left to towed vehicles rather than motorhomes. We stayed one night and paid $44 for a premium 50-amp full hookup site with the Good Sam discount.
Nice new park still under construction away from noise and traffic of Sevierville-Pigeon Forge-Gatlinburg strip. Roads and sites wide, long and paved. Utilities good. Wi-Fi signal very strong. Pool, showers, rest rooms very clean. Two washers and dryers, but not busy. Good location for entry into NE section of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Don't miss thrill ride of the Tail of the Dragon along Route 129. There are 318 turns over 11 miles. Particularly great for motorcycles and small sporty cars. Park has no shade trees yet, but good view of mountains and countryside. We would return.
Spacious park with spotless bathrooms, showers, pools and laundry room. Roomy level sites with excellent utilities and good Wi-Fi. Many seasonal campers, but all units and sites well maintained. We stayed in rear of the park on top of the hill and near pool, showers and bathrooms. Huge and beautiful log home on premises is used as the community center containing library, kitchen, TV room, and video and game room. Small lake/large pond and paddle boats available, but very weedy. Pool was great but crowded. Nice quiet place with space to spread out.
Nice medium sized KOA with friendly staff. Few long sites for big rigs with toad. Utilities good. Wi-Fi weak, but we were at site furthest from office. Nice overnight stop on way to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. We paid $36 for one night with Good Sam discount.
Nice park with wide gravel streets and long and wide grass sites. Not a lot of trees. Power and water were good and Wi-Fi was strong. No cable TV was available. Some work going on at the park to add/revamp some sites. Has friendly staff. We paid $36 for one night with Good Sam discount.
Nice KOA. Has friendly staff. Better than most KOAs with noticeably wider and longer sites. Has gravel roads and sites, but very level. has good facilities. Wi-fi was OK, but the strength varied. No Cable TV available. Has nice grass around the sites. A very well maintained park. Quiet and has nice surrounding farmland. We paid $37 for a large pull-through motorhome site with KOA discount.
Nice convenient park located along I-80. Has large level gravel sites and easy to get in and out of. Nice staff. Facilities were good, Wi-Fi and cable TV were included. Has a lot of shade trees. There are good restaurants nearby: the 50's style diner next door had great steak sandwiches. We paid $34 for one night with Good Sam discount.
When we made our reservation only back-in sites were available due to the Memorial Day weekend. Not our first choice, but since we were staying for 14 days, not a big deal. On this site, the park is listed as having cable, but that is only for a small number of Premium sites. Our "Deluxe Back-In Site" didn't qualify. The location of trees to the rear of our site prevented us from using our dome-mounted satellite TV dish. Park was busy over holiday weekend, but settled down after that. They have a separate 21 and over pool--great idea! Facilities were excellent. Good power, water, and Wi-Fi signal. Clean restrooms and showers. Excellent food options brought in by outside vendors during the week. Very good BBQ and breakfasts at reasonable price. Location is excellent to most of area attractions and I-25 gets you North or South quickly. We paid $42 per night (weekly rate).
Gravel sites which are typically KOA narrow, but are very level. Especially long sites are those noted with a "P" designation. Good cable and wi-fi is OK. Utilities very good. Friendly, helpful staff. Free pancakes in on site cafe. Other food offerings very good and reasonably priced. Road leading to park looks pretty downscale, but not really a problem, just not attractive. Located right off I-25 providing good access to Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Very close to Railrunner station for train that operates between Albuquerque and Santa Fe. We are staying 14 nights.
Interesting park located in the surrounding parking lots of a long closed 50's style Route 66 motel. Owner is very friendly and helpful in getting settled on your site. All sites are gravel, with a few having trees for shade. Very long and level pull through sites. Utilities were good. A nice place for an overnight stay. We stayed one night.
Nice small park for a short stay. Grass surrounds gravel roads and sites. Trees on property, but not near sites. Solid Wi-Fi signal, but no cable TV offered. Long level sites with good placement of utilities. Has a nice staff. Convenient right off of Route 40. Stayed here one night. Paid $27 with Good Sam discount. Nice views of cows grazing and some nice bird sightings.
Nice campground for a short stay. Nice long, level pull-through sites, solid Wi-Fi signal, and nice selection of cable TV channels with good reception. Utilities placement was odd on some sites: on our site sewer receptacle was 30 feet beyond those for electrical and water. We stayed one night and would stay again. Used 15% Escapees discount.
Fairly typical KOA, but office was friendly and we were escorted and helped to maneuver into our site. Would have liked to have had a stronger Wi-Fi signal and the availability of cable TV. Utilities were well placed and site was long and level. Would stay here again. Stayed one night in a water and electric pull-through site.
Stayed 10 nights in 40 ft MH. Extremely nice park with very well maintained sites, grounds and facilities. Nice picnic area, playground, tennis court, basketball court, etc. Registration parking area is somewhat short for big rigs with towed vehicles. Very clean restrooms. Lots of nice trees and shade, but do not create an obstacle around most sites. A few ponds with paddleboats, ducks and beautiful but messy Canadian geese. Frogs seem more evident than fish. Sites are long and wide, but architect curved some pullthroughs for aesthetic rather than practical purposes. Shuttle pickup to beautiful casino/resort is direct from your site. Wi-Fi is somewhat weak, but works OK. We paid $38.25 per night with 15% Escapees discount. Will visit again and highly recommend this park to others.
I fully agree with previous reviewers. This is the nicest RV park we've ever stayed out. The landscaping is terrific with most sites adjacent to ponds with fountains and ducks. Site are extremely long and extra wide and far apart. They will take a 40' motorhome and a car with plenty of room leftover. Even the hookup post is designed to look like a freestanding mailbox. We stayed nine days at off-season rate with FMCA discount. This park is a model for anyone looking to build a high-end RV park.
Moderate size KOA in the heart of Indiana's Amish Country and the RV Manufacturing Capitol of the USA. Lots of activities including tours of Amish Country, and many local celebrations and festivals. Great home style restaurants (Essenhouse is great!) in the area. Our pullthrough site was reasonable wide, but not long enough for our 40' rig and towed vehicle, so we had to park the toad sideways. Elongated exit path, but not too tight. Very friendly and helpful staff. No Cable TV. We stayed here one night and paid $39 (including $3 for 50 Amp) after the KOA Valu Kard discount.
Relatively small, but busy KOA situated around a number of fishing ponds. The ponds seem to be the main attraction, but make for some tight turns on the access roads. Our pullthrough site had a concrete pad which barely fit our 40' motorhome, but the site was long enough for our rig and towed vehicle. Much renovation is going on and gravel trucks are constantly going in and out as the park management is in the process of reconfiguring sites for larger rigs. Desk staff and workamper were very helpful. We paid $42 for one night after the KOA Value Kard discount. Would not recommend for big rigs.
Relatively small, but very busy KOA just off I-80. Gravel access roads and pads. Our deluxe pullthrough site was long and wide, but particularly pricey ($62 after KOA Value Kard discount)as premium rates were in effect during the College Baseball World Series being held in Omaha. Unlike most KOAs, cable TV was not available. Free Wi-Fi was available. We only stayed one night as we were headed home from a 5-week trip, so we didn't investigate the amenities. Office staff and workamper were friendly and helpful.
This Good Sam campground located directly off I-80 was a pleasant surprise. Pull-through sites were very long and wide. Wi-Fi and cable TV were provided at no extra cost. Staff was very nice and didn't require a credit Card authorization when we made our reservation. Sites do not have extra amenities and there are no recreational activities, but this park provides good value for the money. We stayed one night and paid $26 after the Good Sam discount.
I agree with the previous reviewer on most points. This campground is in a great location. It sits right on the banks of the Colorado River where fishing, rafting, and kayaking can be engaged in. However, as an RV park, especially an RV park given a "5W" rating by Woodall's for facilities, it leaves much to be desired. First, $45 per night (no GS, FMCA, AAA discount) for a pull-through site with only water and electricity is excessive. Also, WI-FI through Nomad is $6 per day vs. $4 in most other parks. The office is a small park model, which wouldn't be bad if it wasn't both dirty and in disarray. The exit road for the pull-through sites is essentially a cowpath with some gravel spread on top of it. In terms of value for money, very disappointing. Woodall's needs to get a clue.
Very nice campground with paved access roads and pads. Pads are long, but could be wider and some turns are still a bit tight. Sites nicely landscaped with grass, decorative stones and shade trees. Office, store, lounge, and pool area are nice and desk staff friendly. We experienced about a three hour power outage and staff were quick to inform campers of situation and let everyone know when power came back on. Some sites backup on the Virgin River, but the river cannot be seen directly from the sites because of a retaining wall. River is not much to look at in any case in summer. Good location for visiting Zion National Park and for day trips to Bryce Canyon National Park. Park is pricey, but Wi-Fi is now free, although ridiculous $1 per shower fee remains. We paid $44 per day with Good Sam discount.
Large and very busy KOA with many permanent/semi-permanent residents. Access roads and pads are paved. Our extra-cost but not Deluxe pull-through site was long enough for our 40' rig and towed vehicle. Office was busy and somewhat cramped for the size of the park. Park staff was OK, but workamper was terrific! Nice location to downtown SLC. Train noise is constant, but not too bad depending on your location in the park. Pool use is restricted to residents. We camped here for four days. We paid $40 per night with our KOA Value Card discount.
Very nice park with spacious sites. Pads are gravel and are surrounded by grass and pine trees. Our site looked out directly on the woods. The trees on our site were sufficiently far away that we were able to extend our awnings without interference. Excellent location less than one mile from West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Park is walking distance to main shopping/dining areas in West Yellowstone. There is a nice area in the main office building that offers free coffee, cappucino, and hot chocolate wand here you can read or watch TV while waiting for your laundry to wash/dry. We paid $33 per night (up to 5/31) and $43 per night (6/1 and after). This includes a 10% Good Sam discount. We stayed here in a motorhome.
This campground just opened in the Spring of 2006 and the operators must have actually asked RVers for input. Prospective builders of new RV parks should study Elkhorn Ridge to see the way things should be done. ALL the access roads and pads are paved. Each site is surrounded by neatly trimmed grass. There are three sewer drains on each pull-through site to accommodate a wide variety of RVs. One to three-bedroom cabins are also available in the campground. Tennis courts, a heated outdoor pool, and other recreation facilities are coming, but this campground isn't designed to be activity intense like many large KOAs. No old growth trees, but new plantings are in place throughout the campground. We noted a significant number of high-end rigs and even 45 footers had plenty of room along with their towed vehicles. Nice access to I-90, but very quiet at night. Close to Deadwood and Lead, about one hour from Devil's Tower in WY, and about 75 minutes away from Mt. Rushmore. Good base for extended stay in area. Operators seem very interested in campers feedback. We paid $40 with Good Sam discount. We stayed 10 nights.
This KOA proved to be better than expected given it's in the rather remote heart of the Badlands. Gravel access roads and sites. In the KOA tradition, the sites are narrower than I would like. Our pull-through site was only about 45' feet long and I had to park our towed vehicle in an adjacent site. This would not have been an option in high season. People were nice and cable TV was included free as I am a KOA Club Member. 50 AMP power was welcome and rock solid. We stayed one night.
Relatively small park located right on I-90, so yes, road noise is a constant companion. We liked the location since we were headed west to Mt. Rushmore and Yellowstone. Good gravel access roads and pads and our level pull-through site had sufficient length for our 40' MH and towed vehicle. Power fluctuations were a surprise since park was not very crowded and weather was mild. Stayed two days and had to keep on top of power levels both days. I would have rated park much higher if it wasn't for power problems. Rated included Club Yogi Discount.
Long-Term residents occupy sites on Lake Neshonoc, so lake access is somewhat limited. Newer sites on top of hill with lake views are accessed through nicely paved roadways, although the turns could be wider. Grass sites and pads are firm, level, and nicely trimmed. Power was rock steady. A very pretty campground that was a nice surprise.
Very tired campground with an extremely large number of permanent and semi-permanent residents. Drive to our site had many low hanging trees which scraped our antennas. So-called Big Rig site was long enough for our unit, but towed vehicle had to be parked sideways. 50 AMP power was OK when we first connected, but degraded overnight with huge power swings per our Power Monitor (Good Governor). Our Progressive Power Management System thankfully shutdown power from the pedestal during the night. At that point we turned off everything and opened all the windows. Very disappointing on the first night of a 6-week trip to SD, MT, WY. Rate is after 10% Club Yogi Discount. No bargain!!