We arrived here after the office had closed and was using the night registration when a staff member came to assist. He was very friendly and helpful. Our site was not very level, difficult to get into because of the angle--but it was roomy. We did not use Wi-Fi, the pool, or other amenities. The showers were individual, private rooms, with good consistent water pressure and temperature. Restrooms were clean. Campground had a pleasing appearance, with fishing pond, playground, and pool.
This is a good overnight stop. Staff was friendly and helpful; the campground was older, but well maintained. Showers had good water pressure and consistent temperature. The site we had was level. When we arrived the winds were very strong, and a lot of dust was in the air, so we did not explore the area. This was a good standard KOA campground.
This was a "rustic" camping experience, albeit we had electric/water service. We stayed here 3 days. The views were nice, and, along with an occasional deer, a herd of bull elk came into the campground one day. The roads were rough, and our site was uneven. During our stay, which was not during a weekend, the park was quiet and clean; the restrooms were clean. The women's showers had very poor water pressure and varied rapidly from hot to cold. The men's showers were slightly better. The park was patrolled frequently by rangers and county police.
This campground was a great find. The staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. The laundry was clean; used Wi-Fi while doing the laundry. The facilities are older, but very well maintained and clean. Bathrooms and shower house were very clean. Showers were powerful and hot. The only negative was cockleburs in the grassy area! This rate reflects 2 people with a Good Sam discount. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed here because it was the only campground we found in the area offering nearby food service; the store had a grill - the hamburgers were pricy but great. The campground was noisy, as it was adjacent to the highway. The truckers often used their jake brakes, making it even noisier. My major complaint was with the showers. I was undressed, in the shower, turned the water on -- oops, no water. Then, thanks to another guest, I discovered it was a pay shower. Nowhere in the advertisements or literature does this fact get mentioned. I do not typically carry money to the shower, so had to abort the process and get redressed. Very inconvenient--would highly recommend that this fact be communicated to guests.