As others have stated a "nice" place to stop overnight and it did have a GREAT sunset. Staff/owners seem to be friendly. But overall this is a dirt field covered with gravel on a hilltop filled with a great many long-term or permanent residents. No cable and the local TV antenna pickup is good, just not in English.
It certainly isn't what it looks like on their web site! It's OK for an overnight stop, but not much more. Good Wi-Fi and cable and the pool and spa area looked OK, but weren't used. The campground is nothing more than a dirt field covered with gravel and surrounded with permanent modular homes.
For a KOA that advertises itself as a "lush oasis in the desert" this was a let-down! While the staff was very friendly, they seem to let the place rundown. No cable TV, no Wi-Fi ,but still a premium price for an overnight stay.
Excellent resort to stop overnight or stay a week or more! Excellent cable TV and WiFi and the Resort itself is first class. Did not get to eat at the Del Monaco's Restaurant as it's closed on weekends. Highly recommend for the Tucson area.
Grand Canyon RV Park is a GREAT RV park: it's well laid out and extremely well maintained. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Just a short walk across the tracks to downtown Williams. The Grand Canyon Railway is also a fantastic way to see the South rim of the magnificent Grand Canyon.
Bear Mountain RV Resort is just off Highway 99, eleven miles south of Bakersfield. Clean, well taken care of, however there is no shade, no grass, no pool, no nothing'! Traveling with a 12 year old Grandson who was bored with nothing to do, left early.