Okay place to stay over one night. Most of the "pot holes" mentioned in an earlier review have been filled with gravel. Park was pretty clean. Many full timers, it seemed. Spaces were a little tight for our 65' total length with toad and four slides (we only put out two). This park is a very short distance North of I-70, so you get a little traffic noise, but we still got a good nights sleep and felt safe. Of course it was 105 degrees when we stopped at 7pm, so our air conditioner was running a lot. Yes - we would stay there again just overnight.
Great place for us to stay just overnight. Spaces were a little tight for us with four slideouts, so we only put out two. Owners very caring about the grassy areas (do not park on any grass). One of our tires was on the grass about an inch, but they said that was okay for just one night. Office is in a beautiful Victorian home. No amenities to speak of, but it provided our needs for a one night stay over. Easy to get into and out of the park.
They are everything they say they are. Level sites, clean-clean-clean campsites, nice decorative night-light poles, wide and long spaces. We had plenty of room for our 42' plus our toad, making a total of about 65' - so that we did not have to unhook our toad. Half a block from Hwy 54, but it was very quiet in our space #41. Rates are dependent on needs. We did not need cable, so rate was only $19. Can't beat that.
Great huge camping drive-thru spaces. We were here for a rally. Nice facilities; but the 'meeting' room was very rustic and not conducive to holding 'this time of the year' gatherings (too airy and cold). But it would be a nice 'meeting room' during slightly warmer weather. Staff were all great people. Easy access from Hwy 54/70 (watch for the big white pistachio to make your East turn).
People at check-in were absolutely wonderful hosts. Great place to stay; nice grounds; sites were pretty level (gravel); rec room, bathrooms, and showers were very clean (with HOT water, too). Neat little town of Alpine to visit. Hosts recommended several things to see and do. Great museum at Sul Ross State University called Big Bend Musuem (free). Close enough for all of us to caravan to McDonald Observatory and take a guided tour. Also visited Fort Davis historical site. Our site had a pine tree on each side of us, so it was a little tight to get out without getting the coach scratched by a tree, but the neighbors did move their truck to enable to better 'wiggle' out into the street to depart. Easy entry access, though.
We stayed only overnight - arrived late and left early. The entry into the park is on a very sharp curve and is extremely dangerous because of traffic coming in from the right or West side of this road. Even though speed limits are low, it is a blind curve from the right for those going into the KOA. Slept well.
We were on the far west end across from lakeside spaces. We still had a great view of the lake and the two swans. It was a very good stay (3 nights). We really liked the nice BIG concrete pads scenery. We were very pleased that they picked up garbage several times a day up until 5 p.m. We had no problems with the Wi-Fi.
This is yet another older RV park. We would not classify it as a 'resort'. Spaces were rather tight for a big rig, although lengthy enough for the rig and the tow. There is a great little gift shop. There are too many permanent residents for us to want to stay there again.
This is an older KOA that we stayed at in March 2009. The lake and activity areas are very nice. The space that we were assigned was very narrow and just barely accommodated our RV and tow. If someone had parked in front of at one of the rentals, we would not have been able to pull out of our camping space. The back row of permanent mobile home rentals were very run down and rather disgusting to see. The staff was very friendly. The ducks were entertaining, although they could hinder traffic flow.
We had a group rally here and the weather was terribly (unusually) cold for this time of the year. The campgrounds did not have a building available for group meetings, however. We were offered a 'shed' but it was too cold and windy. The campgrounds are clean; staff was very nice. They were in the process of rearranging some of the sites and had poured new concrete sidewalks and picnic table areas in the front row by the highway. Highway noise was minimal, especially at night. Great view of the La Sal Mountains (covered with snow). WiFi was terribly slow. No other amenities.
Great place to stay and relax. They have a nice fishing pond (our site faced the pond - relaxing, soothing). Nice little restaurant attached to lobby and RV supply store. Great people. Freeway traffic not too noisy. Listening to the frogs at night was fun. Would stay here again. We had a 43 ft RV and a truck-in-tow; our site had plenty of room (width and length) for us not to have to unhook. Easy to get in and out of the pull-through site.
Great place to stay for a quick overnight sleep. Free Wi-Fi; excellent front office assistance. They recommended eating at Lambert's (a new and great experience for us). We would stay here again. We had a 43 foot RV with a truck in tow and had plenty of room (width and length) in our pull-through site.
Great, nice campground with huge pull throughs. We were just passing through for one night, and the sites were so long, we did not have to unhook our tow. The sites were also large enough for plenty of room for slides and getting out of the campground. Nice place. We'd stay there again. Also nice people.
This pull through site that we got was nice on a cement pad, and a long enough pull through, that we would not have had to disconnect our tow. This campground is definitely a "family" campground since it is so close to Disneyland and has free shuttles. Front office was not typical "resort" style; had very little offerings as far as supplies and groceries were concerned. Prices were pretty high for us. Campground was clean.
Nice huge RV Park. Lots of spaces when we were there. Great place to park and run around going through all the Amana's and visiting Cedar Rapids and Iowa City. Most spaces are back-to-back, but if no one else is in your same space, it's very easy to just pull through. They are starting to plant some small trees. Hookups were in the middle of each site so they were easily accessible and easy to "not run over".
Nice clean park and nice people at the front office. We had a 'big' rig and were only able to park by pulling through a back-to-back space. If someone else came in, they would then have to back in behind us. Something to consider when staying there. Nice laundry room and nice community center with activities.
The registration staff were rude. We arrived on Valentines' Day. We left the next day, as planned. That morning, one of our party was told they could not park next to their elderly parents for less than 5 minutes while we prepared to leave. Since the previous camper had just moved out, our party parked next to their elderly parents anyway. Immediately, the campground staff demanded they "get out of the park now!" We did not see why there was such rudeness and lack of concern for the RV parks' staffs' actions. There was nothing that had to be cleaned or accounted for. It was just a campsite with dirt and gravel and lots of goathead weeds. There were no amenities that we saw. They consider this to be an RV Resort with lots of sale or rent by night. We will not stay there again.