This park in Halstead, Kansas was very nice. Several ponds are spaced throughout the park. Very friendly staff. Reasonable rates. Easy drive to the attractions in Hutchinson, and short drive to Wichita. Tons of grass. No cable TV, but we picked up several Wichita television stations. The only area where this park is lacking is the sites. They are gravel, and take some creative leveling. We would stay here again.
After reading other reviews of the La Junta KOA, we were pleasantly surprised. It has a good location next to Wal-Mart. It has level gravel sites. Everything seemed clean and well kept. The staff is friendly. It is quiet at night. After seeing a room at a local hotel, we definitely made the right decision staying at the KOA. It could use some grass. The sites are a little small. The price could have been better, but we didn't have a KOA card.
This was our third stay at Tiger Run RV Resort and it is still our favorite RV park in the country. All sights are spacious concrete, all have a small grassy area, some even have fire pits. Tennis court, playground, arcade, pool and hot tub, and hiking and biking trails. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable. The entire park is spotless. This is such a gem that it is a shame to see it being overtaken by permanent cabins. We will be staying here every time we visit Breckenridge.
We camped here during the Sturgis Bike Rally. Even though there were motorcycles absolutely everywhere within a hundred miles, the campground was relatively quiet. Sites are well spaced, gravel lots with trees around most. All sites surround a large green meadow. Staff was friendly and helpful even during this hectic time. Close to just about everything in the Black Hills area. We saw several RV parks in the area and Rafter J Bar Ranch seemed to be one of the best. Might have gotten a ten if they had concrete sites, or if the sight was slightly more level.
I must admit that my overall experience at the Strasburg KOA was not a very good one. The campground is a charming place with lots of trees on the otherwise bare plains of Colorado. It is located about 30 minutes east of Denver, but there are very few campgrounds to be had. The campground was clean, and had lots of room to move around. The staff was friendly and courteous. Now for the bad news. We pulled in and got hooked up to our site with no problems. About ten minutes later, the water started to boil out of the sewer hook-up. I'm not really sure what happened, all I know is that I had not even opened any of my valves yet. They offered to move us to a different spot, but we had plans and no time to move. The other drawback of this campground is the TRAINS. There were trains running a stone's throw from our campsite. We will only camp here again as a last resort.
This is a nice little campground located just outside of Hot Springs, Arkansas. It is around a five minute drive to most of the sights of town. Sights were mostly level and gravel. The roads were just a little tight. The staff was very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. The campground is quiet and clean. After looking at campgrounds around Hot Springs, this KOA looks like its the best one to be had.
The Branson Lakeside RV Park is a nice park located directly on Lake Taneycomo. It's about a five minute walk to the Branson Landing shopping center. Most sites were shaded and fairly level gravel. The staff was friendly and knowledgeable about the area. There were a few long term campers there. The $28 dollar rate included two adults and two children. The only drawback, was the location of the water and cable hookups. They were located at the very back of the sight behind our parking spot. The hose was plenty long, but our coax cable wasn't. The manager said he would be happy to loan us a cable. We might camp here again, but there are so many locations in Branson, who knows.
We stayed 3 nights and were very pleased. The fishing pond was great entertainment for the kids. The staff was very friendly and the store was amazing. The only down side was the limited grassy areas for dogs. Great location to restaurants and shopping. We will definitely stop here again if in Amarillo.
Santa Fe Skies RV Park was in a quiet location and about 10 minutes from old town Santa Fe. It is about a mile from I-25. It is not "wow"er of a park, but it was nice and clean. There is not a lot to do there. There is a walking trail around the park. The sites are gravel and level. They are somewhat close to each other, but had patios and picnic tables. The staff was friendly. The bathrooms and shower rooms are very clean. They had a small store, with a few RV things, snacks and odds and ends. We would stay here again.
Chief Hosa is an okay campground, for what it is. This is mountain camping. There is a dump station. The staff was very friendly and helpful. They helped us back into our small site. Our site was not level at all and a little cramped, but worked for our overnight stay. We would not advise anyone with a large RV to stay here. Our neighbors were within arms reach. If you want an outdoorsy setting, Chief Hosa has it. Also, it is not in Denver, but run by Denver Parks. It is probably 20 miles west off I-70.
Tiger Run Resort is by far the nicest rv park we have stayed in. All roads are paved and all sites are level cement. Our site was huge with trees on either side. Some sites have fireplaces. It had gated entry. Beautiful views. There were two rivers that went through the resort. The only reason we did not give it a 10 is because the pool area needed attention. The rates vary by season. This was a very pet friendly place. We will definitely stay here again.
There were lots of activities to do on at the Fort Amarillo RV Resort. The kids especially enjoyed the stocked catch and release fishing pond. They have an indoor swimming pool and a few arcade games. A very nice store and gift shop. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites were small and gravel but level. Most were pull throughs with some back-ins. There were fences that divided the sites and there was a small cement patio and with a little grass. Landscaping around the center of the park was very nice. We would have given a better rating, but it is not a very pet friendly park. There are some dog runs, but they are dirt and that is the only place they want you to take them to walk. There are "no dogs allowed" signs everywhere. We would definitely camp here again.
It is in a good location to get around Greeley. It is not a feature rich or destination park. Sites are fairly small. Most are pull throughs with shade trees. The staff was friendly and helpful. Didn't use the bathrooms, but overall the park seemed clean and well kept. The roads and sites were gravel, but level. We would camp there again.
We stayed here when visiting family in Greeley. It was great for this trip. There was not a lot of things to do at the campground, but the staff was very friendly and willing to help with any questions. Will definitely stay here again.