Date of Stay: August, 2009
There is a 5 mph posted speed limit throughout the campground. There are humongous speed bumps every ten feet. There is no way to go beyond the posted limit without bottoming out your vehicle. I was in no hurry, and yet the neurotic campgrounds keeper cut me off in the parking lot and proceeded to scream at me about kids having been killed in the area. The front of the campground appears nice, until you get beyond the facade to find it is more like a run-down ghetto trailer park (no RV paradise). I would NOT recommend Mountain Home KOA to anyone looking for a peaceful stay. You would be better off dry-camping on the side of CJ Strike Reservoir.
Date of Stay: June, 2009
This is one of the nicest RV parks in the country! Security is wonderful. Standards are high. The pools are superior. Friendly staff. Nothing negative to comment on. Highly recommended!