Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $41.00
Easy off & on to I-29, easy driving into and out of rv park, staff is very helpful & friendly, spent a restful 2 nights there and enjoyed seeing all the motorcycles coming and leaving on their way to Sturgis, campers were most friendly and helpful also, plus no railroad noise, I-29 a short away so some traffic noise, and there may be an airport nearby as heard an occasional plane. Overall a great place to stop to spend some restful time, and children would have a blast here. We camped at Sioux City North KOA in a Travel Trailer.
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Nearby is Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center as well as golf, baseball, hockey and other great activities. A place to get away and have some R & R time.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $50.00
Adjacent to interstate. Very well maintained KOA. Family oriented with playground, pool, and off-leash dog park. Well landscaped. Some issues with drainage causing a few sites to be muddy. Friendly staff. Fairly level sites. Would stay here again. We camped at Sioux City North KOA in a Motorhome.
Nice KOA. We stayed 1 night while passing thru. Easy access to the interstate. Some road noise outside, but none inside. WiFi worked well, but slowed down at night. Lots of cable channels. Lots of things for the grandson - pool, putt-putt, bouncy thing, playground-all free. Trike rentals for $5 per 30 min. Level, 50 amp, FHU, pull-thru site. There is an off-leash dog park. Rates are for 2 people. As we had 3 adults & 1 child, we paid $9 extra less our KOA discount. We would stay here again. We camped at Sioux City North KOA in a Motorhome.
Friendly staff and very neat looking RV park. We stayed here overnight because this park had the best reviews in the areas. But as always with KOA, we felt we were paying for kid amenities that we don't use. They did have a nice, small grass dog park, which I liked. Verizon cell and internet was strong here. The staff honored our request for a site where we could get satellite and gave us a site where we didn't need to unhook since it was overnight. We'd stay again overnight if in the area. We camped at Sioux City North KOA in a Motorhome.
Seems this KOA is for the family weekend usage more so than anything. A lot of locals seem to come for the weekend and maybe keep their vehicles there weekly (not sure). Staff is very friendly. Spots are a bit tight, with the exception of the cable, all utilities easy enough to reach, cable was quite a ways away but I have an extra long cable. Not much room for dog walking unless you leave the park at the entrance.
This looks to be a great park for weekend getaways with kids but that is really about it. They have a ton of things for kids to do.
The pull through was ok but be aware, we did not unhook the tow so it hanged out a little onto the road. We camped at Sioux City North KOA in a Motorhome.
Second overnight visit to this park in two years. Easy access to and from park from Interstate. Nice and clean facility with pull thru site and full utilities. Fenced dog park area for pet exercise. Pleasant staff was very helpful. Park had received a considerable rain storm prior to our arrival and there was quite a bit of standing water throughout the park but most was gone the next morning prior to out departure. Appeared to be many activities for smaller children that were well staffed and used. Will happily continue to use this park on future trips. We camped at Sioux City North KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Really disappointing KOA. Open year round, but the grass didn't look like it had been mowed when we visited in May. Lots of permanents, size of lots were really tight. Not much to choose from in this area, and really feel gouged by the price paid for the site. We camped at Sioux City North KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
The staff was friendly and helpful. They showed us to our campsite. The grounds were well maintained. When checking in, it's helpful to go to the left side of the office otherwise you have to navigate around the park to get to the other side. We camped at Sioux City North KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $43.00
As others have said, this park is pretty cramped. We asked for a pull thru with motorhome towing. Site not long enough with car hooked up so had to hook up at entrance. Streets are very narrow so tough getting even our 30 foot motorhome out of the site without the car. Very close to the Interstate and noisy when you don't have to run AC. Otherwise, clean and well managed. We camped at Sioux City North KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $44.00
Park has really gone down hill since last time we were there about 5 years ago. The pull through sites were too short unless you have less than a 40foot Class A. We had to work it hard to get level. The wi-fi was almost non-existent. One night was enough. Next time we are in this area we will try somewhere new. We camped at Sioux City North KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $50.00
Typical KOA - sites are close to each other, to close for us. Owner and staff very friendly and helpful. Water didn't work due to just coming out of winter season. They tried to get it on, but to no avail. Owner refunded our money. We only wanted a discount, but he insisted since they didn't have what we wanted. Would stay here again if passing through. We just don't like sites one on top of the other. Some seasonal workers, but was very quiet. We camped at Sioux City North KOA in a Motorhome.
This is a typical KOA. Sites were close together but fairly level. Full hookups worked fine. There are a lot of things here for kids and the pool looked clean and well kept. The dog run was okay, but dog owners really need to pick up after their dogs! They served a pancake breakfast on the morning we were there for $3. It would have been a good deal if the pancakes had been cooked all the way through! The staff was friendly and helpful. This place served the purpose of a place to stay for one night and if needed we'd stay here again for one night. We camped at Sioux City North KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Big plus is that KOA sells LP, seems like most campgrounds have quit dispensing it and can be hard to locate a dealer while on the road. NSC met the usual KOA standards: most everything was clean, well kept, our lot was graveled and fairly level. Like a lot of KOAs, it's very close to the interstate. While this makes for easy access, also makes for a lot of hiway noise. Biggest complaint was the Wi-Fi (or lack of it). When we arrived in the afternoon it wasn't working. Went to the front desk informed the clerk, she said they would reboot it, should take about 15 minutes. I no sooner got connected and it went down again. Tried again after returning from dinner later in the evening, it was not working and all the staff had gone home. Neither was it working in the morning before we had to leave. Since we were paying almost $40 just for W&E, would expect working Wi-Fi. Also the shower stalls are extremely small to begin with, then the door opens to the inside making it even more of a tight squeeze. Assume the one larger handicap shower is pretty busy all the time. The hot/cold faucets were very touchy, went from cool shower to so hot you had to jump back, but the small shower space made that impossible. We camped at Sioux City North KOA in a Motorhome.