Date of Stay: September, 2006
There was a group of kids riding a motorscooter for 4 hours straight without a break. I tried complaining to the manager nicely and also asked the person nicely to ride somewhere else. The lady in the office said they were perfectly in their rights to do anything in the campground that they wanted. Furthermore, if we wanted peace and quiet we needed to go out in the woods. I couldn't believe what I was hearing! Later, they came to our campsite and told us to leave. How do they run a business this way? We had camped there many times, and had probably stayed there many more times since we are local. Do not stay here! You won't be treated fairly if you voice a concern about anything. We asked other people staying in the park that day if the motorscooter bothered them, and they all said yes, I have an idea other people were annoyed but just were too intimidated to say anything.
Date of Stay: August, 2006
The koa book made it sound so picturesque, but not so much. I have to say though, go across the bridge to Nebraska and head north. Very beautiful! Campground was o.k., the sights were a little too close together to suit me. Also, we picked a bad weekend to go. The campground was very busy because of the rally up in Sturgis.
Date of Stay: May, 2006
It was exactly what we were looking for. The interior roads of the park were flat and paved for our 4 kids to ride their bikes. We never had to worry about them. Lots of trees, very pretty setting. The only bad thing was there is not water at the sites, only electricity, so a weekend is about all we can do. Over all, a very nice weekend. The walk to the lake is nice too.
Date of Stay: November, 2005
A very beautiful park. We went in the fall, which was absolutely breathtaking. The nights were crisp so building a fire was a must. I would highly recommend this campground.