Beautiful and well maintained state park. You must buy tokens from the camp host to use the showers, and the restrooms are a little run down, but clean. The beauty of the park, nice shaded level paved sites with grass, nature trails, etc. make this park a real gem. I would stay here even longer next time.
Great value for the money. Most full hook ups in the area are over $50 a night. Rustic and vault (outhouse) toilets only, but they keep them clean. I would definitely stay here again. Convenient to Yellowstone and Grand Teton Parks. Camp hosts were very nice and friendly.
Very nice little spot. A few more shade trees would have helped. I would certainly stay again. Beautiful nature trails, friendly people, and clean showers. Stayed in the upper loop and had a magnificent view of the valley. Only real drawback is Interstate noise.
This is a great little park, neat, clean grassy sites and superb showers, and friendly owner. In my opinion this is the best RV park in the whole state of Idaho. I would definitely stay here again. Keep up the great job!!
This park is OK for a one night stay, the staff is friendly and the restrooms are clean. The park is dusty with very little grass and not much gravel on the sites. The overall appearance could use some TLC.
This is a very nice central location to visit the local attractions of the front range of the Rockies and Rocky Mountain National Park. Not cheap, but worth the money. Nice clean grassy sites. I would stay there again.
I love this park, so beautiful to sit at the campsite and look up at the mountains in the morning and evenings. Nice and close to everything- Mount Rushmore, Custer State Park, Keystone, Deadwood, and many many other attractions too numerous to mention. The campsites are nice and grassy! The staff is very friendly and courteous. I hope to come back here every year.
Great spot right on the lake. Nice breeze even in mid July. The people at check in were very friendly and helpful. Only stayed one night, but next time we'll stay longer. Nice grassy areas and plenty of gravel on the sites to prevent mud when raining. Showers and restrooms very nice.
This is an outstanding place to stay, a lot for the price. Concrete pads, plenty of shade trees, clean showers, cable, and many, many other amenities. We only stayed one night, but may stay longer next time through. The $30.00 per night includes military discount. Highly recommended!
People were courteous during check in and check out. Grass growing along the gravel sites. However it is too close to the interstate. No cable service or sewer hookup for the smaller back in sites which made the $33.00 a night a little pricey. It was satisfactory for a one night stay only, breakfast looked a little pricey compared to other KOA's I've stayed at. Next time I'm in the area, I'll probably look for a nice state park instead.
This is a great alternative to Estes Park. Much quieter and peaceful, nice shade in every spot next to the river, and centrally located to Estes Park, Loveland, and Fort Collins. The Park Manager does a great job getting to know everyone and is on top of everything. The rate of $36 per night was based on a weekly stay of $250 (7 nights). Normally the nightly rate is $45, the monthly rate is $800. There is no cell phone coverage between Estes Park and Loveland, but a phone is available in the office. Free internet Wi-Fi is very good. Satellite TV is available if you have your box, but there are better things to do in the Rockies than watch TV. I hope to stay here for a longer period again someday. Keep up the great job!
The best part about this park is that it's FREE, but donations are accepted. 20 amp hookups at the light post are the only hookups available, so make sure your water tank is full when you get here. The shady side is on the north so get here early. The swimming pool offers free showers. The park is very nice and well maintained with nature trails, however the traffic is heavy until about 10:00 pm and the RV spots are parallel much like a rest stop for trucks and cars park head in to use the park and playground. There are nice nature trails for walking and a very nice swimming pool. I would stay here again for a night or two. The main drawback is the noise from the park users.
The rate of $21 includes a $4.00 daily park entrance fee applicable to all parks in the State of Kansas. You can also buy an annual pass for $25.00 which would reduce the rate to $17.50 daily. This is a nice, shady serene little park next to the lake which I decided to extend a few days beyond my planned visit, as I'm just killing time before arriving in Colorado next week. I would definitely put this at the best of the best of all my stays in Kansas! We'll be back!
One of the two best KOA's I've ever stayed . Nice, friendly staff, beautiful setting in the Ozarks, and close and convenient to the Branson theater area. Breakfast was very good and free with an all- you-can-eat pancakes in the convention center. Swimming pool, hot tub, exercise room, playground, and many other nice amenities. It was well worth the nightly rate. I will return.
This is the best kept secret in all of Kansas! The shade is wonderful, and the people in Ellis are very friendly. I will definitely plan on stopping here in future trips across Kansas. Hays is just 13 miles away with all the cosmopolitan features. You can't make reservations so come early and pick a nice spot. You can pay at City Hall a few blocks away, or the police will stop by and collect the fee in the evening. Good 30 amp hookups and water. Free dump station nearby. Nice spacious showers and restrooms.
The lake is beautiful. This is a wonderful place to stay in the autumn or spring, but not in 105 degree temps in the middle of July because of lack of shade. There are nice trees growing and one day that may get better as the trees get taller. The daily rate includes the daily $4.00 admission fee to the park. Sites are nice and level and there are beautiful nature trails to hike which I enjoyed. Verizon cell phone service and MiFi (hotspot) is touch and go here. It's a nice spot to stop and rest a few days from the road, very peaceful and quiet. Showers and restrooms could be improved.
Great place to stay and I would certainly stay here again. Nice, quiet and clean. The $14.00 rate is after my seniors discount. Nice level asphalt sites, I didn't unhook from the truck and no leveling required. Nice clean shower and restroom, looks like plenty of play areas for children.
This is a combination 55+ Mobile Home Community and RV Park. I stayed here for 9 months at $416 per month signing a 6 mo lease. This is a nice and economical place to "winter over" in Melbourne, FL and close to most everything including some nice parks along the Indian River, shopping, restaurants, etc. The management is great, and the permanent mobile home residents/owners are very friendly and hospitable to the campers. Electricity and Cable are extra, but water and sewer is furnished. Nice club house with regular activities. I would definitely stay here again long term in Brevard County, FL
This is a nice peaceful little spot on Lake Wiley--not easy to find, but once you arrive, it's worth it -- a lot of value for $26 a night. Shaded lots, nice breeze from the lake and beautiful park/picnic area. Only drawback was there are no 30 amp hookups, just 50 and 20--I had to choose between running my A/C and Water heater or switch my water heater to gas to avoid the constant breaker trips.
Of all the KOA's, this one is tops in my opinion. The owner and staff go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable. I like the large wooded lots and shade. Very convenient to the best of the Shenandoah Valley. I stayed an entire week here just to rest up and relax from my 2 months of traveling the east coast from Florida to Prince Edward Island. I will definitely make this a stop in my future travels.
For me, this park was too expensive for the amenities offered at $44.00 per night. The neighbors were very friendly and helpful as my cord wouldn't reach the electric box because of the trees in the way and found a 30 amp extension cord for me. The water did not look fit to drink so I unhooked and used my water tank. The handle to the water hookup was broken so had to use plyers. The restrooms/showers were satisfactory, but I've seen much better at other campgrounds. Overall I would give it a grade of satisfactory. It appears to be more of an extended stay park than a campground.
This was one of the two best campgrounds I've stayed in since June 15 when I left Florida and arrived in New Brunswick, Canada 2,300 miles later. Very friendly and helpful staff, beautiful setting right on the Bay of Fundy, and St. Martins is a small, but very nice little village. Definitely a keeper for next time!
Overall a nice park, well laid out and convenient to all the attractions of Downeast Maine. The Wi-Fi could not reach to the D area, however. The staff members, especially the older ones, were friendly and helpful. Very nice grass sites in the center area. Showers were very nice and clean for 25 cents. The restrooms were satisfactory. I would probably stay here again.
If you want a peaceful setting in a beautiful park, this is it. Sites are clean and neat with beautiful shade. The showers and restrooms were new (near space 17) and immaculate A shower costs 50 cents for 5 minutes. I didn't miss electricity (I had water in my tank, and my fridge runs alternately on propane) the 2 days I was there, just enjoyed the nature trail along the gorge. Drinking water is available with a flex hose to easily fill your tanks and a dump station is available. I will return again! If you want coffee first thing in the morning, bring a camping coffee maker - I forget Mr. Coffee only works on electric. There is a neat little streetcar type diner across from the park which has breakfast all day and great coffee.
This is the finest campground I've stayed in so far. The owners go out of their way to make everyone's stay enjoyable. Very professional and very friendly. The swimming pool looked very nice (didn't have time to use it). There is a nice fenced in area for dogs to play, and a nice nature trail. I think this part of the country is one of the best kept secrets! I will definitely return for a much longer stay next time. It's peaceful for seniors, yet plenty of fun stuff for families with kids.
Be sure and bring exact cash for as many nights ($30 per night) as you plan to stay. It's self check in. Drop the money in an envelope and drop in the slot and pick a site-simple as that. I had to ask another camper for the code to the shower room. Showers are nice and clean. I only stayed 2 nights on my way to New England, but found it very peaceful and quiet. It was close to a nature trail which was beautiful, and convenient to the city of York, yet quiet and in a rural setting. I would definitely stay there again. Slept great! I found the 20 amp service adequate.
Very nice, just stayed one evening. Staff very friendly and helpful, quiet and easy to sleep. Many nice amenities such as a Kanine Kamp, stuff for children to do, bicycle rentals to go around historic St. Augustine, etc. No complaints and will return.
It is an O.K. spot for a night or two, however it was noisy with several bikers reving up their motors at the pizza place on the night I pulled in. The second night, a rooster began crowing around 3:30 in the morning. A little more grass and leveler parking spaces would have been nice. The showers & bathroom were very clean and neat. The personnel very friendly. It is conveniently located. I will probably stay there again when I go back on business.