This is a well maintained, full featured park with easy access off I-90 in Sioux Falls, SD. It is most suited for a quick overnight stay between destinations. It is closely packed but big rig friendly and level. In spite of its better features, we thought it was way over priced at $49 including our KOA membership 10% discount and an added charge for two small dogs. We won't return and will not renew our KOA membership ( break even being 10 KOA Nites per year).
Great overnight stop. Can be somewhat hard to find and is down a narrow road, close to I-30. Not difficult once the friendly manager told us what to do. Located next to a cemetery and very quiet. Our space was a level concrete slab, not sure how many they have. Others reported 3. We were able to stay hooked up and level. We would stay here again.
Great park for view, downtown location, reasonable waterfront rates. Passport America sites available in back! We got 20-plus stations on our antenna. Excellent Wi-Fi. Be sure to use 250 South Locus, North Little Rock for your GPS, not the actual park address on river front! Don't use Little Rock either or you will wind up on wrong side of river! Hard gravel sites with paved drive. Gated after a certain hour.
As the April review stated, this is not your typical RV park. Marfa is not your average town either. This is a newer park, but do not expect above and beyond amenities. It is competitive compared to other local parks and does have decent and clean restrooms and a laundry facility. We loved the "Tumble in RV" sign and the overall "Aged" appearance of the park. Strictly self serve, but in keeping with the laid back Marfa lifestyle. We did not get good Wi-Fi reception from our space, but from the laundry building, it is better. Our AT&T reception was good. There is a train track very close, but we found it more charming than annoying given the outpost feeling of Marfa. It does not have any amenities for children and has too many thistle style weeds to enjoy much outdoor activity. We stayed here three nights and would stay here again.
This is a new park. It might be a work in progress or at least we hope it is. The positive points are: Friendly desk attendant, excellent laundry, showers, small rec room plus an indoor exercise pool, all new and clean. Excellent Wi-Fi too. The park was muddy and most spaces had ruts from ATVs and rain. Little upkeep seemed too be going on. We would not stay here again unless the road to the spaces and the spaces receive a better surface. We stayed two nights.
For a state park, this is a decent one! The spaces are a good distance from each other, there are many pull throughs and the park is quiet and away from the city and highway. The river offers fishing and hiking. We were disappointed in the lack of AT&T cell service, no Wi-Fi and no cable. All three of these amenities are usually standard in a private park. So for 32/ night we thought it was overpriced and under featured. Due to the Wi-Fi and cell issues we won't be staying here again.
Delightful surprise! We didn't expect such a nice park in such a remote location! Friendly managers, spacious sites, quietest park we ever stayed in, hated to leave! Great food at restaurant, but it closes at 3PM. Best omelet and burgers we have had all year! We are not golfers but walked the course as it was so beautifully maintained. Star gazing at its best due to dark skies! We will return here when we can stay longer! Pinnacle Pete