Stayed here one night until I could move to another place. Only 30 amps and the two sets of speed bumps by the office are crazy; even at 3MPH. Sites are Very narrow, roads are all dirt with some stone, and sites are weeds and some stone. The dust from the roads is incredible and so is the wind up the hill,where all the "full hook-ups" are. I would not stay here again.
All other reviews are accurate. This is a great campground and location. The really beautiful pine trees that provide some privacy are a problem for 40 foot+ sizes. There is nothing more you could want in a campground, this place was great, and I'll stay here again when in the area.
The park is clean and nice. Easy access for a 40 foot towing, but sites are VERY narrow with lots of big trees. Paved roads and level stone sites. Sewer in only some sites. You share power and water, whomever gets there first gets the 50 amp I guess. No room for awnings. Nice pet area. Quiet at night. For $50+ per night, I expect a full-hook-up, escort to site, curbside garbage p/u and a concrete patio. The KOA down the street looked like the sites were bigger when I drove through. The Wi-Fi here is awful and trees block satellite! My Verizon JetPak worked with no problems. When are campgrounds going to get out of the 90's, every person has at least two devices that need to be connected 24/7 to the internet? Next time I will go down the road one block and try them.
At the entrance to Devils Tower - you can't get any closer unless you dry-camp just inside the park entrance. This is a full-service KOA; nice people, WIDE sites, wifi was "broken," and the office didn't know when it would be working again. There is no Verizon or T Mobile coverage in this area, which is in the middle of nowhere. Wifi in the office area was usable but very slow and irritating getting to the car with your laptop and driving to the office each time. The only thing this campground needs is paved roads and sites and wifi that works; they already have everything else, and I would stay here again if I ever wanted to come back to Devils Tower again for some reason.
Easy access for 40 foot, paved sites, trees at all sites block satellite, all sites are on the lake. The park is nice, you can drive onto the beach, 5th Wheelers and Trailers were parked on sand of the beach. The park has a lighthouse to climb. The main road of the park had noisy traffic on it at night. The park is 15 minutes to the nearest town, which has everything you need. If I'm ever in that part of Nebraska again and need an overnight stop, it was worth the extra 15-20 minute drive to the park instead of Walmart in Scottsbluff.
My reservations always request a site that is good for satellite, I confirmed that upon check-in and was even asked if it was Direct TV or Dish. I got a site that was along the tree line and no satellite. After returning to the office and asking to change sites which took 30 minutes, I was allowed to move to any one of three open sites in the "Basecamp" area. The other two sites were never used during my stay - what is that all about? I don't need to use any of the facilities, but I'm sure they were all good. No WI-FI unless you're in the office area. For a "resort" at $50+ per night, that's bad. The campground has everything you need including a gas station. It's well maintained, large, wide and long sites and very quiet at night. Everywhere you drove you passed another campground, but none that I saw was as nice as this one, and the price reflects that. I would stay in this campground again.
First the good: The company the campground allows to wash and polish your RV is GREAT! The front desk is friendly but there is a lot of confusion in this very buys place. All amenities/utilities were good, no problem (in my site) for a 40ft back-in. The bad: No satellite coverage unless you can move your dish around on the ground, some sites had the dish almost in the road to get around the trees. Sites are very narrow and wifi is a total mess. Noise from the outside road is loud and 24/7. The neighborhood is a little sketchy and the week I was there a killing happened on the sidewalk a couple blocks away. The campground is very kid friendly, I have never heard so much crying and screaming while the parents watch, which starts at 7am and goes till after dark. My new 40ft Class A was the fourth wall of the neighbors fenced-in playpen for three in diapers and one under 10. I will not stay at this campground again.
Nice park, friendly staff and neighbors. It appears that most are here for the entire summer. Very easy access for 40 foot even in the back-in sites. Low water pressure. Wide level sites. The park has a Jeep group that does group drives on Mondays and it's free. Typical slow Wi-Fi, T-Mobile roams to ATT, and Verizon hot-spot works well. Very quiet 24/7. I would stay here again.
Sites are Very narrow. No putting out awnings and slides can come within feet of your neighbor. Almost ever other pull-through has a tree blocking you from pulling-through. It took a long time to get into the site making the turn and not hitting the utilities. The pull-through sites, without trees blocking you, exit over a big drop from the site onto the road which is a dirt city road that runs through the campground. City trucks are on it 24/7. During my week there, most all backed out of the pull-through sites when leaving. Only a few sites allow satellite reception. I had to move after setting up for DirectTV. No problem with utilities. Sites were level. Campground is within walking of downtown and quiet at night except for the road in front of the pull-through sites. It is only about 12 feet in front of you which is just enough room to park a small car sideways. City water trucks attempt to keep the dust down, but the nearest car wash I found is in Ridgeway. The one place to get fuel in town listed diesel at $4.29 on 6-2013, fill up in Ridgeway before starting down the road to Ouray. Easy walk to the City Hot Springs and park. I would stay here again, but only if I could get into one of three sites.
Friendly check-in, easy access for 40 foot pulling a toad. Very small town but the campground has everything you need for one or two days. RV wash bay was nice. Some overhead tree branches need to be trimmed on the paved road to the narrow site where the big rigs were.
Would have got a 10 if it wasn't for the blowing dust. Ruby's is it's own city: everything you need including live entertainment, trolly train, horse drawn wagon rides, groceries, camping/RV supplies, propane, fuel, RV repair center across the street and just a few blocks to the entrance of Bryce. FYI, big rigs should try and get in the new far back area. Less shade, but more room, no tree stuff falling on you or interfering with satellite. FYI: Group tenting area is a secret code word for loud party area.
This campground has a great location and everything you need. Paved roads to site, site is gravel. The showers need to be updated. My site was hard to level with a 40 foot Class A. Quiet at night, no problems with utilities. Easy access for big rigs. I would stay at this campground again.
Friendly staff, entire campground is dirt with some gravel. The 80PSI water caused a few leaks and for the neighbor also. Had no cell service for any carrier, no WiFifrom the campground or from my Verizon Hotspot, and no NOAA weather radio reception. I have satellite so I don't know about antenna TV. There was good pizza at the store. The bathrooms are old and run down. There was some motorcycle noise from the main road. I came from Lake Powell area and was heading to Bryce, so I felt staying on the east side of Zion would make sense, except everything you do, including getting on the shuttle into the park, happens at the south entrance. That is where I will stay next time.
Nothing wrong with the site, easy access for a 40 foot, office staff a little rude; the only problem is the noise from the trucks all night - there is a big truck stop just past the campground. Most of this park is older full time French speaking snow birds from Canada; I felt like an outsider.
Nice Broward County Park close to everything, nothing wrong with the site and OK access for a 40 foot. Nighttime security and the park has the typical rec type stuff. Noise from the trains that run along the park can be heard ALL NIGHT LONG - I will not stay here again.
Very, very tight backing into one of the transient spots with a 40' Class A - I always needed help as the residents park their cars in the street in front of you. Nothing wrong with the site. It's an expensive resort that squishes you in and if I had to stay there again, I would want the big pull through sites, which cost more.
OK access for a 40 foot, could be better. I had to replace my transfer switch after plugging in; I don't know if it was the park or me. 30amp worked fine and so did the generator, so it was only when I was plugged into the 50amp outlet. I would look for another location when in this area again.
Ease access for a 40 foot class A. Concert pads, good power, excellent water pressure. Location seems to be in a lower class part of town. I like to try new places, but would come back to this park if I needed to be in this part of the city again.
Staff at front counter didn't know if a Class A was a motorhome or not. They put me in a pull-through that I had to back out of. It was so close to the units in front of me and the trees on the sides. The trees needed to be trimmed to put the slides out. This problem appeared to be in the area I was in. I don't know about the other sites. Noise from the apartment complexes around the park. It appeared that everyone was kept in one spot close together - when other sites were empty and you could have been spread out. I will not stay in this park again.
Great park, very friendly staff, office closes early, on-site host, new park, lots of space, private patios, showers are all separate rooms with locking doors, laundry enclosed with a/c and big windows to look out, very easy access for any size rig, site was almost level, close to everything, park has a nice western theme. Only drawback is the wind, and the park has constructed walled shelters for your patio - nice touch - I would stay here again.
Previous comments are correct. I would return to this campground if in the area again. Also, it's the first campground I've been to that you can use the free Wi-Fi at full speed without any problems. Try and find some another place like that!
All the older comments are still correct. I had the back-up the hill site along the road going to the back facing the river with the utilities on the wrong side, you need to run everything under the coach to hook-up. Staff was friendly. Access in and out was OK. 5th Wheels were backing up the hill even further past me twisting and turning; if you're good with backing it's not a problem. Noise from the road outside the park is constant, even if you're all the way in the back. The park is really close to everything you need including all the big box type stores as well as Jerome and Sedona. While in the area I saw other parks that I will try that next time. Most of this park is old run down full-time trailers. Power was good; water pressure was low to normal.