Date of Stay: April, 2016
This is a very confusing park. The road in/out is very narrow. The sites have been squeezed into a small piece of property. Some lots cannot be used since they added the "large upscale pull thru lots". We were in lot 14, which is shared with another coach. Our lot had a large tree that hindered us from opening our back driver side slide. We were told this wouldn't be a problem and we wouldn't have to unhook our car. When we started to leave we had to pull straight to avoid hitting the tree with the back of the coach. Then we couldn't get by a half dead bush. I tried breaking the dead branches off, but that didn't work. So, we had to unhook the car, which was on an angle, back up and start over. Luckily everyone else had left so we had room. I would suggest you never stay on lot 14 in a big rig. Get a lot without a patio that has a straight shot out of the campground.
Date of Stay: April, 2016
This IS the best KOA we've stayed in across the country. We picked the site with a cement pad, patio, BBQ, and fire pit. It was spacious, fairly level and clean. The owners greeted us and lead us to our site. All roads were wide and smooth gravel. Wi-Fi was great as well as cable TV. We would definitely stay here again and for more than one nite. It is truly a big rig friendly park.
Date of Stay: July, 2014
We have been in the park for about an hour and just got our coach somewhat level. I should have listened to the other reviewers and gone somewhere else. When you arrive they give you a stack of papers to sign. The first being a list of all the rules and you have to initial each one and sign at the bottom. Feels like your signing for a mortgage instead of 3 days camping. Our site was so unlevel on the driver side that our front our left wheel was off the ground. We had to place our jack pads under the wheel to get anywhere near level. Then we tried to hook up the sewer hose. We have 35 ft of hose but were short since the sewer connection is in the very front of our lot away from all other connections. We have been traveling for 2 1/2 months and this is the 1st time we have been greeted by someone with an attitude. After signing all the papers we asked if our mail had arrived. The answer was I'm sure it's not here or I would know and he walked away. I asked for information on activities. He said you already have our brochure. But here's another one. When we decide on activities in the canyon we will go out of the park and give our money to someone else. I gave the park a 2 and not a 1 based on the views and nothing else.
Date of Stay: April, 2014
This park was easy to find and the gentleman at the desk was very pleasant and helpful. We made a reservation ahead of time which allowed us to pick one of about 2 dozen sites that were reserved for "reservation only" customers. The park is clean, the pull thru sites were fairly level and long enough to leave our car attached. Because of how nice the park was, we decided to stay an extra nite which gave us a lower rate for the 2nd day. We would stay here again and would use this park as a home base while we visited in the area.
Date of Stay: October, 2013
This park was easy to find and convenient to the interstate. We made a reservation and specifically asked for a pull thru sit for a big rig with a toad. When we got to our site our car was hanging out into the street. We then pulled to another site close by where we were able to get our RV and car on the site. We then found our 25' sewer hose was not long enough to reach the connection. We had to disconnect our car and move the RV then reconnect the car. It was quiet during the night except for the nuts in the trees falling on our roof. When we went to leave in the morning we saw there were newer very long, level sites for big rigs just across the park. I think if we had been given one of those sites we would have given this park a better rating.