This is a very nice campground and you don't have to square dance to camp here. Some of the campers are square dancers, but many are not. We camped next to a couple who were spending the summer and had nothing to do with the square dancing. It's a beautiful site with lots of trees. Sites are level and well-spaced. Staff is friendly and facilities well-maintained. We only stayed one night but we would camp here again.
This park is a convenient base from which to visit Rapid City and sights in the area, including Mount Rushmore and Wind Cave National Parks. The campground is part of a larger facility that includes a number of cabins. The staff is friendly and helpful. The lake is easy to walk down to and there is a large, open, grassy area that is perfect for exercising a dog. The sites are level and decent-sized but kind of close together. We found the park to be noisy.
This park is okay for a night or two or as a base for exploring the Coeur d"Alene area, especially the lake. It's an older park that could use some updating. The bathrooms and showers, for example, are clean and well-maintained but a bit tired. We discovered that we were sharing our electrical circuit with another site, with the result that our refrigerator failed to cool as well as it could. On the other hand, the staff is very friendly and helpful. They are constantly moving around making sure everything is OK. When we were packing up leave, a man who I think was one of the owners came over and asked how our stay was. The park is pretty close to the Interstate, but we didn't find the noise at night to be a problem.
This is real camping. No hook-ups, no cellphone service, no Wi-Fi, no TV (though a dish might work). Just you and nature. This is a beautiful little campground on the West Fork of the Bitterroot River in the Bitterroot National Forest, about 34 miles south of Darby. Sites are level, spacious, and widely spaced. They can take rigs up to 30 feet. The campground has vault toilets, potable water, and a camp host. It's quite secluded and away from everything. We've never seen it crowded, even in summer. One night we had one whole end of the campground to ourselves. Nearby is a hot spring and the oldest ranger station (a cabin really) still standing in a National Forest. This campground is not for everyone, but if you really want to get away from it all, this is a great spot.
Rate reflects senior discount. This is a nice base from which to explore the central part of Yellowstone National Park. The sites are level and reasonably spaced. We had plenty of room for our small truck camper, but big rigs had trouble with some of the sites, even pull-throughs. I watched one guy spend three hours getting his fifth wheel parked the way he wanted it. The restrooms are modern and clean. Camp hosts are very helpful. To shower, you have to go over to the RV park at Fishing Bridge. Lots of showers there and they are clean. The national park is the big attraction, of course, and it's magnificent. It's so large that, as others have said, we would stay in several different campgrounds if we came again. We found this campground to be a bit noisy. The biggest negative: One day while we were out exploring in the camper, someone took the steps and doormat we had left behind at the campsite. Fortunately, we took our camp chairs with us.
We liked this campground a lot. The staff was quite helpful and friendly. When you check in, someone in a golf cart guides you to your site and makes sure you understand the hookups and everything. The facility is very nice, with lots of trees and a river you can walk down to. Sites are widely spaced and there's slots of open space for exercising yourself or your dog. They have a small cafe, and they will even deliver to your camper. We had the food one night; it's simple fare -- hamburgers and such -- but it's good. We would camp here again and maybe stay longer next time.
Big open park well off the highway down a dirt road. We camped here one night in the off season so the campground was nearly empty. It was cold and drizzly so the lack of shade didn't bother us, but it might be a problem in the hot Eastern Oregon summer. Our site was level and hookups worked fine. The staff was friendly and helpful. Bathrooms were modern and clean.
We camped here for one night to hookup and replenish our electric and water between bouts of dry camping. It was our first time in a KOA. I see why people with families would want to camp here. There was tons of stuff for kids to do, including a pool, "sprayground," and even a petting zoo. They show a movie at night. we had a back-in site next to the fence. It was level, and the hook-ups worked fine. We were concerned that there might not be enough showers (three) for such a large park, and though they were busy we were able to get ours without incident. The bathrooms are clean and modern. We didn't use all the services so the price was high for us, but there are not a lot of options in this area. Because of all the kids, it was kind of noisy during the day but it quieted down nicely at night. Under the same circumstances, we would camp here again.
This is a nice county campground. The park is well maintained and the hosts, who live on site, are friendly and helpful. Sites are nicely spaced and surrounded by grass and trees. You do feel like you are camping in a park. The Rogue River is a short walk from the campground and there is a boat launch. It's convenient to Grants Pass and I-5 without being too close. The bathrooms could use updating but they are clean. We would stay here again.