Very well kept park. Gravel pads with lots of grass. The sites are long and fairly wide. The staff was knowledgeable, accommodating and friendly. About 1/2 mile for the flea market. We would diffidently return.
We have stayed here before, but they are putting a lot of improvements in. It's a little tight getting around (we're 65') but their escort checked all the clearances carefully. Cable is poor and Wi-Fi limited.
We were just looking for a nice easy place for the night, but this place is made to stay for a time. It has very big sites, many lakefront. Nicely landscaped with good utilities. Cable works well but is limited. This is one of the nicest campground we have seen. It's easy to find and easy to get around in it. A real destination park!
All paved with some decorative trees, but extremely well kept. Very friendly and unbelievable, accommodating staff. We asked for a pull thru, but they didn't have one long enough available; so they gave us 5 or 6 back in to pull across. We were impressed. We'd definitely return!
We love this place because of the owners and their Cowboy breakfast and dinner. It's in the desert so there is only a little greenery and a lot of dust. The sights are long and level with good cable. The owners work hard improving the place and are very friendly.
A nice clean KOA with long level sites, neat and clean. Site are side by side when they are busy but this time of year they don't do that. Cable is meager. They offer a nice reasonably priced menu and the food was good, delivered hot to the site. All in all a nice place to stop.
When we saw it from the highway we thought we were looking at the RV storage area. The tightest sites we ever saw in 13 years 140,000 miles of camping. Our toad was about a foot from our neighbors slide and our right rear slide was 2 feet from a retaining wall. All the full hookups were very, very close together. We would never stay here again. But they had nice wooded partials, the nicest playground we have seen and it was neat and clean...just too tight!!!
Nicely laid out campground with large level sites. Cable would be nice and the hookups are so far back that with a motor home you have to park the toad in front or use a lot of sewer hose. It is right on I-80 but the noise was not bad.
What an improvement! We were here when it was a KOA and we thought it was way overpriced even for a KOA! It's not cheap but the price has to reflect the money that goes into the plantings and upkeep. This place is beautiful. There is road noise from US 20. The cable has 6 channels and 2 didn't have sound. The dog walk was big enough after I found it but there are signs everywhere "Keep Dogs Off the Grass".
Right in Cody, a walk to the Buffalo Bill Center and DQ is right next door. The sites are long but not too wide. There is plenty of room for all your slides. The grounds are very well kept. The dog run is small but OK and there is plenty of walking areas.
We broke down on the way to here and instead of charging the whole deposit, they only charged the $10 cancelation fee. We called to cancel around 2PM. We have stayed here before and is just a desert campground with good cable, large pull-thrus which are level. It's not pretty but it works.
This campground happened to be very convenient to us. The site was level and big enough for our 41' w/toad. Their main business is tube and canoe rental. The place was busy until about 6PM. It was very basic no sewer, 50 AMP or cable available. We would stay there again.
LOCATION, LOCATION LOCATION. This would be a nice campground anywhere but its riverfront setting just made it great. The staff was very nice too. We'll go out of our way to stay here again. We don't give many 10s!
Very nice place. The little restaurant on property is reasonable and they even deliver. There is a walk down to a huge lake. Near I-40 but the noise is not noticeable. The electric at our site wasn't working but they brought over a 50amp extension instead of having us move over, nice service. Cable TV would be nice.
Nice neat well done modest campground. Easy to get into sites which are large and level gravel. You don't hear the Hwy but you can hear the trains but they don't use their horns. Good Wi-Fi and cable 50amp brought the price to $19! We haven't paid that little in years.
What a great park in a GREATER location. The sites are not too big but we fit easily (41') It looks rustic but there was great cable, plenty of water pressure and it was easy to hook-up. The free shuttle picks you up right at the entrance. The stores, 5 minute walk, have everything and their food prices are not campground high.
This is a very clean neat park with nice wide sites. The trains are loud, but nearby I-40 is not. The wi-fi is very good, but the cable is meager (we used the antenna). The dog run seemed smaller than our motorhome. Still a good stop.
Extremely well maintained. Concrete pads and patios. Very pleasant helpful staff. We are staying for the week so the last day is free. The sites are tight; if we put out the window awnings they would go over our neighbors awning. This is right in the city; so I'm sure property is very dear. The park is very quiet, but there is a lot of city noise drifting in.
Very nice park. Neat and clean looks great. The staff is proud of their park and friendly. Cable & Wi-Fi are great. Right off I-5 but not noisy. My dog wanted some grass that wasn't someone site. We would definitely stop near again.
This is a beautiful park. It is super well maintained. We have been stopping here for about 10 years and it looks brand new, only the trees are getting bigger. The staff is fantastic. I didn't give it a 10 because for the price the Wi-Fi should be free and there should be better cable TV. It's almost perfect.
We don't use the pools, playgrounds, bathrooms, etc. We like nice big clean sites. This is a real campground with great playground, mini golf fishing, boating and more. The pull-throughs are open with a few trees, but most of the sites here are in the woods. If we were camping with kids, this would be a destination park. The place is well kept. We used it to visit the Henry Ford Museum Greenfield Village which is about 24 miles away.
Getting into the CG looked like you were going into a trailer park, then it was tight getting to the site. Once in the CG looks very nice. There was only 5' between our slide and the next one. The WiFi and cable TV were good. Way to much $$$$ for the place.
Not a bad overnight. The sites were not huge but they were fine for our 41' 3 slide towing a pick-up. It was not manicurred and some of the grass needed to be cut but there was good cable TV and WiFi. It's close to 80 but the noise wasn't bad.
Very nice CG. Helpful, friendly staff and a pleasent location. The CG is sort of tight for us (41') but do-able. The grounds were very well maintained. They have breakfast and dinner at the Merry Moose Cafe. I couldn't leave my site with the truck attached but without it we did fine. We would go there again.
The is a great place to stop. We have been using it on our annual snow birding trips for nine years. There has been much improvement over the years, but each year it's easy to see new improvements. The only bad thing is that the place is too popular, now you have to make reservations.
We have stayed here before and it was just as good this time. The cable and Wi-Fi were good. The sites are large enough for any rig. The staff is always pleasant. It is a half mile from the interstate and Flying J.
Nice little surprise. Just a small campground near the interstate, but far enough away so there's no noise. It was nice and neat. The pull-thrus were long and wide and level too. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. There is an attached Country Store for supplies or quick cooked meals. They are open all year and water is available at your site to fill your tank on freezing nights.
Nice looking campground, with plenty of trees which look good but don't interfere with driving around. Good Wi-Fi and cable. The staff is pleasant. This weekend is a Notre Dame - BC game. So you need a wristband to walk in the campground, and there are other very strict rules... that's OK with us. Because of the game the price is $57.78, that is Fort Wilderness rates for an overnight stop!!! But it is a nice place.
Nice neat park with a pleasant staff. Great Wi-Fi but the cable was meager. Our site was level. There was some road noise from frequent beet trucks, but that has to be seasonal. We would stay there again.
Very nice clean park. Nice grass between sites, but no tables or grills. We are 38' with a pickup which makes us 60'; we just fit in the pull-thru, but to use the sewer we'd have to add hose or disconnect. We'll use the convenient dump on the way out. Plenty of cable stations but the wi-fi didn't show up on my computer. This is a good overnight.
This might be the best groomed park we have stayed in. Each site has a concrete patio and parking area, and a nice little street light with the site number. There's well kept grass is between the sites. The sewer connections are in the rear of the site; so you have to add hose sections or disconnect the toad. They have a 20 pound limit on dogs. If we don't have a new pup next time we'll stay there again.
This is a beautifully kept park. There is lush grass between the sites, which are gravel. There is a large cement patio for each sight, and the pull-thrus are very long. Their building has a game room kitchen and large meeting room, open to all. The pool and spa appeared very clean. The trees are small, but this is a desert. They even had coffee, tea and little plastic wrapped pastries in the morning. We think it is even better than Grizzly RV, but it's just not in Yellowstone.
This is a nice, well kept park right in the heart of Cody. The sites are not wide, but all your slides can be out, but maybe not your awning. The sites are level with kept grass between them. It's a great place to stay while doing everything Cody has to offer. The owners are nice and hands on. DQ is right next door. We have been here before and will come again
We like this park. It does not have many trees or other plantings but there is a lot of grass. It's laid out so you pull into a site then un-hook your toad; or you back in if there is already someone who got to pull in. It seems complicated but it works. You only camp there if you are going to Amana Villages; so you'll un-hook anyway. We were here Sunday and Monday of Labor Day weekend and it was almost empty. There is no cable TV but the Wi-Fi was good. The staff were very friendly. We try to stop here every year on our trip west.
We liked this place last year; so we stayed here again. It seems to have improved some in appearance. The grass areas are well kept and there enough trees about to look good. Some sites have a nice view of the mountains. The staff was very nice.
We have stayed here before and the place improves every time. It would be nice if they had cable TV, but the Wi-Fi was good. There are lots of trees and plantings but it has a bright open feeling. The pool area looked nice, but we did not use it. It's close to I-80 but it's not very noisy. The staff are quite friendly.
This is a nice place with enough trees and plantings. This is Labor Day weekend; so it's pretty full. We are 38', 60' with the toad and don't see any access problems. It's just far enough from the interstate; so it's easy to get to but with none of the noise. There are plenty of cable stations and very good Wi-Fi.
This was a nice well kept wooded campground. The sites were not expansive but there was plenty of room for slides and awnings. The staff was friendly and knowledgeable. There were lots of cable stations and Wi-Fi work well. We'd stay there again.
What an improvement. We stopped here a few years ago and thought it was OK. This time there are new longer pull-thrus with easy hook-ups. The staff we dealt were very helpful. They forgot to give us the "cookies" at check-in, but they got delivered moments later. It was a nice surprise. The grounds have been improved with a petting zoo, a covered bridge and tons of gravel on the roads and sites. There is a modest menu which can be delivered and a free continental breakfast (will try it tomorrow).
Just like the other reviews. There are nice long, wide enough concrete pads with manicured grass between them. There are enough trees to look good. There are many long-term campers here, but they are kept in a very orderly fashion. My only complaint is that the sewer connection is all the way in the back of the site; (40' of hose) . I should have disconnected the truck. This is a beautiful place right in the city. We would definitely return.
I agree about the new owners. I thought it was OK before, but now it is much better. TV is a pain. There are 15 cable stations, but you have to switch to antenna for the networks??? The Wi-Fi is excellent. They now have a modest menu which you can eat at the office, or they deliver to your door. The food was good, and the price was right.
A good campground with good cable and WiFi. Nice size sites. It's all gravel because it's in the desert. I would give it a 7, but the owners are extremely friendly and they have the Cowboy Breakfast and Cowboy Dinner. $2 all you can eat pancakes with coffee. The dinners are reasonable too, but it is really fun. We go out of our way to stop here!
Very nice campground. It is sandy but this is a desert. There are hedges between each site which provide a lot of privacy. The Wi-Fi is great, cable clear but limited. The highway noise is present but not bad. There is a nice desert garden in the entrance. This is a great KOA!
Just a great little park for an overnight, or longer. It is very neat and clean. The sites are narrow but they are long too. The TV is like a cable hookup but it's not. It worked marginally. The lady said there is a problem changing to digital. A very friendly staff.
This is an OK place. Everything worked well. The staff was friendly. I had called for a full pull-through, but when we arrived we were too long 38' + pickup to fit the full we could have had a water and electricity. There were a lot of kids (school bus stop) but they were well behaved.
A very nice park with good sized paved sites. There is a 10' wide well maintained grass area between sites. There are lots of trees. It's a good looking campground. The only problem we found was that all the services are at the back of the sites. We are in a great pull-thru but it was easier to disconnect the truck and park it in front than to get out longer sewer and water hoses. The cable is clear but only a few stations. We would definitely stay here again.
A great park. The sites are long and wide with a concrete patio about 8'x 40' and a nice grass area that is so groomed it looks fake. The sites are deep gravel and they are level. There are a few trees but this is a desert. Everything is neat and clean. The roads are paved and very wide. The WiFi and cable were excellent. It's close to I/84, and outside of the RV you can hear it but it's not bad, but it is convenient
One of the best campgrounds that we have ever stayed in. The staff is great as are the sites grounds and service. Even though we wouldn't use it, it needs a pool to make at 10. We have stayed here before and will again. The only campground we like better is Ft. Wilderness, but it cost twice as much.
There is nothing wrong with this campground. The pull throughs are long and wide enough. I had to add 10' to my 20' sewer hose. There are concrete patios at the sites. Sometimes you have a nice mountain view. The staff is very helpful, and Dairy Queen is right next door.
This is mostly an open field with an odd hook-up arrangement. The first two RVs drive in and the next two back up to them. The water and electric is grouped at the back of the four RVs. We ran the water and power under our motorhome. The WiFi is excellent. They are starting to plant trees, and the grounds are well maintained. It is very convenient to Amana Villages, and you get discount coupons for the Village shops. We have stayed here before and will stay here again.
This is a nice enough park with nice plantings. The sites are large enough and pretty level. The staff was pleasant. But $40 is a lot for a place without cable (lots of over the air stations) and very poor wi-fi. It is however well maintained and close to I70. Because of it's convenient location we will stay there again.
This is a very nice campground. The sites are large enough. They are not huge. There is nice vegetation between the sites. The wi-fi worked fine and the cable was limited but,Ok. The staff was pleasant. We have stopped here before and will again.
This is a nice enough campground, but nothing special. There were three of us, so with the KOA discount the price was $50. There is free wifi that only works in front of the office. It's cable is only 6 stations; the antenna had a lot more. There is no 50 amp service available. It's just way too much money for what's provided. The people in the office were very nice.