This campground has a great location close to attractions, a good grocery store and restaurants nearby. The new executive sites are great; although, a bit close together. Other sites are very close together and many of them are not level. The wireless Internet is weak.
This park will accommodate big rigs in a few sites at the back of the park, but beware of the roads to get there. Pot holes abound and there has been no maintenance for years. Do not believe Trailer Life's claim that there are paved sites here. There are none except for a few ancient short sites. Wi-Fi costs $5.00 per day. You get 30 free minutes, but only if you use the 30 minutes all at one time. Approach road has low trees. Road at the entrance is so narrow that a motorhome cannot enter if another is leaving. Some sites are level. We will never stop here again.
The previous reviews are correct in that the front entrance of the park looks like a true RV resort. The staff is friendly and the pool is lovely. However, unless you rent one of the "patio" sites at $69 a night or one of the extra long sites at $64 a night, the sites are terrible. The streets, although paved, have huge holes in them and many of the sites are not level. They also are crammed together. The location is fabulous. It's a shame, however, that a park wanting to maintain a KOA reputation for a resort park, does not upgrade its streets and sites. The only sites that have been upgraded are the extraordinarily expensive sites--and there only are about eight of those.
This is a wonderful park with a great view of the lake and of the surrounding mountains. Sites are cement, mostly with patios. Six pull-throughs and the rest are back-ins or pull-ins. Paved roads. Nice walking paths, wonderful pool area, playground for children, volley ball, shuffleboard, basketball court. Great fishing in the area. Great place to spend a week or more. Also convenient to I-40 for an overnight stay. We stayed one night but wished we could stay longer. Great grocery store less than a mile away.
We actually didn't stay here because after arriving and asking for a level site we couldn't get one for our 36 foot motorhome. The sites are very out of level and while trailers and fifth wheels could get level, it's tough for a motorhome. Also, the roads and sites are covered with chalky white gravel, which produces an enormous amount of dust. Although the campground is in a beautiful area, the campground itself is not attractive. The office is clean and in a quite new building but the grounds are depressing.
This gives new meaning to a stopover campground. It's close to the Interstate but protected by woods. There are lots of trees and lots of shade but trees are trimmed high so there is no problem with trees hanging over your RV. Sites are nicely spaced, well designated and graveled. Roads also are graveled. There is a nice swimming pool and new playground equipment. Ten miles down a back road is Benton, an antique center. Bicyclists can access miles of paved trails from the campground. We stopped here because of a storm and are delighted that we discovered this campground. The owners have worked hard to reclaim an old campground and their work shows!
This is a marvelous campground. Quiet and peaceful, but level, large sites. No overhanging trees. Close to the New River Trail, Grayson Highlands and Galax. Campground owners have a great attitude and hook-ups are new, well placed and highly functional.
This campground was pleasant enough, but very crowded on the weekend. Totally quiet, however, as though everyone went to bed at 10 p.m. Nice family atmosphere. There are only three sites in the park that have both 50 amp and sewer. These sites were so unlevel that we could not get level, despite using boards on our 26-foot motor home and our friends using their jacks on their 40-foot motorhome. The young woman in the office was very nice but the older man and woman in the office (owners?) were unfriendly and unpleasant. Very convenient to the Cannon Valley bicycle trail, which is wonderful. Nice swimming pool but packed with children on the weekend. The laundry had two washers and two dryers that were nearly new and functioned well.
This campground has very few sites for travelers. It is primarily a seasonal park and is not convenient to anything. The ownership claimed to have wi-fi, but it did not work. We talked to people in the office, who said they had trouble with the wi-fi and that it rarely worked. No television of any kind. Honey wagon for much of the park and there was a constant sewer smell.
This is a pleasant, shaded campground with level pull-through sites that will accommodate big rigs. Difficult to use satellite TV because of trees. No cable provided but about six local stations with good reception. If this campground had wi-fi, I'd rate it a 9 and if it had cable or satellite access, I'd rate it 10. Convenient to I-95 and outlet malls with limited road noise.
This campground is sandy--picture camping on the beach but in the middle of Wyoming. The location is great and accessible for the bicycle trail and other activities, but there is not a green weed growing! There's a lot of wind in wyoming and it blows the sand in this campground. Sounds as though the KOA at caspar is the better campground.