I don't normally look for a KOA to stay in, but was here for a 5TH wheel rally for almost a week. The staff was unbelievably friendly and helpful to everyone. We had a pizza from the store on property, and it was very good for the money; plus they delivered it to your rig. The sites on some spots are on the small/tight side, but not all the sites are that small. For the most part they are level and with very good power. The Wi-Fi works great from all areas in the park, and the cable TV had plenty of channels. The location is very good to all the attractions and far enough away from the road to be quiet. Real nice park.
We are Escapee members and got a discount off the $20 rate. The staff and management are top notch. They are also able to get tickets for the various shows in Branson. The activities director was bringing in some of the local performers for shows in the club house. That was a nice touch. You're close enough if you care to walk; you can be in old town of Branson in less than 15 minutes.
This is a large flat asphalt parking lot that has back-in sites with a gravel divider at the rear of the site. All utilities are located in that gravel divider. The rates are $9.00 for the first night, and free for the next 2 nights. When you pay for the first night, you get a 2 for 1 dinner ticket at the restaurant in the casino. Good side of this place, is the cost, down side is the train that runs right along side of the park. It can and does blow its horn when it goes by, which could be quite often. We never heard the horn all night long, but just during the day. We also are right next to the water treatment plant, but there is no odor not causing any problems to us.
What a nice surprise to find the owners so helpful and eager to please. They really did walk us to our site, explained how things worked and where everything was. Free Wifi that was very fast, great cable TV with plenty of stations. It is very close to the I-20 highway, but the road noise was very tolerable. There is no pool, so if you're really in need, you have to go somewhere else. I would return here the next time we are driving through.
This membership park also is a Coast to Coast park. It is very large and spread out with back in and pull thru sites. The roads and almost all sites are gravel and dusty. The term level does not apply here, bring plenty of boards to level your rig. The park is really showing its age and not in good repair. The staff is friendly and helpful. This park is about 7 miles outside of town and not far off of I-70. For a place to stay while visiting the area, it works, as a destination park, it isn't.
What others have written is still in effect, lots of rigs that have been in place for many years. The park is really showing the signs of neglect, but is still usable if your planning on being in the St Louis area. The highway noise is constant, much more during the day, but that was when we were gone seeing the sights. The people in the office were friendly and knowledgeable about the area and things to see and how to get there. The pull through sites are plenty long and should fit the big rigs without problems. The sites seem to be fairly level. The sites are tightly packed gravel and the roads are asphalt, so not much dust. If we are in the area again, we would return.
Very nice campground with plenty of large shade trees. They have cable TV and free WiFi throughout the park. The sites and roads are a tightly packed gravel, and very level for the most part. Shopping and places to eat are within a mile of the park, yet road noise is almost non existent. The owners are very friendly and extremely helpful. They lead you to your site and make sure your happy. I would suggest if your in the area that this RV park would be well worth visiting.
The office staff is very friendly and able to help with questions about Branson activities. They are in the process of adding a new building, so some of the construction was noisy. They are also adding some more sites that are to be full hook up sites, along with adding 50 amp service to existing sites that were 30 amp. The sites appear to be level, as least mine was, and the roads were wide enough to allow easy parking.
The only park in town and we had a pull through site that was large and level. The desk people were very friendly and informative about the area. The park is not a resort, but very nice for a clean place to spend a few nights.
What a pleasant surprise to find this caliber of park in Benson. Sites are large enough and they have about 35 or so asphalt pull through level sites, along with the 140 or so back in sites. They also have a beautiful observatory right on the resort so you can see the stars up close and personal. The folks in the office we friendly and gave us directions to all the sights in the area. We will make this a place we will stop next time we are in the area.
We found this park by word of mouth. It is a owner/co-op park with each site either owned by the park, or individuals. Each site is about 40 ft wide by 60 ft long. Sites are very level, and all gravel, except each site has a cement patio and walkways. All streets are paved and wide. The park is about 1 mile from the Pinal County fairgrounds, and about 7 miles east of Casa Grande. It is out in farm country and other than the coyotes, very quiet. About half the park is park models, and all kept very clean and landscaped. We find the activities are geared to all adult ages, as the park is a 40 and over park. We will return the next time we are in this area.
This park has the feeling of a gravel parking lot with paved streets. The indoor pool was clean and so was the hot tub. The highway noise can be heard, but didn't seem to create a problem for us, as the road was only 1/4 mile away. Depending on what Rv you have, you will hear the trucks. The sites are mostly side to side, with some back-ins. The management was not overly friendly, but answered all questions and seemed to care about the customers in the park. Not all sites have cable TV or phone service. The free wifi was very sporadic and not all sites can receive the signal. It would be a strong signal, then without warning drop off to nothing. Glad we were not paying for it as we would have been very ticked off.
This park has had a lot of upgrades done over the past year. The pull thru sites were regarded and new gravel installed. When they did those sites, they added 50 amp power. The park is right off the expressway, but road noise is not a problem. The staff always seems friendly and able to answer questions when asked. There is a lot of activities for kids and every weekend some type of theme is set up for everyone. Very few of the sites are real close together, most allow plenty of room to spread out. Not all the fire rings are in good shape, but if you need a better one, by asking the staff, will bring a better one. We enjoyed our stay and will return again.
This place is just a one night stop over kind of park. It is just off the highway, and some of that noise is heard in the park. The buildings are run down and it was at one time a motel. Looks like some of the rooms either caught fire and fell down, or, fell down from neglect. The few RV spaces were level, but it was a combination of dirt and gravel. The 30/50 amp power was good, and the water pressure fine. We had a sewer site and that also worked well. There is nothing to do in this park, no play ground, no pool and no club house. We had at least 10 other RV'ers in the night we were there. Everyone left in the morning. They did not accept any charge cards.
This is a condominum rv park and all sites are owned by someone. Owners are allowed to rent out the sites either by the day, week or month. This park is fairly new, wide paved streets, sites are 100 ft deep and 50 ft wide. Large grass area at each site and most have a built in fire ring. The pool is sparkling clean along with the hot tub. Park is open from April to Oct and close to the town, about 6 miles away.
This is a great place to stay if your interested in touring any of the RV manufactures in the local area. The staff is wonderful to deal with, you can receive mail and packages also. There is no pool or playground equipment. But, the fair grounds seem to always have something going on. The 4H activities are fun to watch. You should note, that the railroad tracks run along the back side of the campground, and they blow their whistles about every 2 hours, ear plugs would come in handy.
This park has a lot more to offer than the typical camp ground. You are right on the grounds that offer all types of summer/fall activities. While the park itself is just a gravel lot with full hook ups,and pull through sites. You are within walking distance to a good restaurant and many of the large pavilions. The highways in and around are excellent, and we saw security in the park often. If staying here, you are only minutes from the big town activities, and within 5 miles there are hundreds shops and other fine eating establishments. This is a place where RV rallies are held and was told they could handle over 800 rigs.