4 Parks near Casper, Wyoming
There was a change in owership and office paperwork was a mess. We didn't get the site we reserved. - Motorhome Madness
We were treated very well by the owners. It was a quiet place. We would stay there again, although it is not a place to go stay a length of time. - Motorhome Madness
Jul 2015 - $28.00
We camped here with our motorcycle and Aspen pop up MC camper.
Our site was adjacent to the tent area but we had access to electric which was necessary for our fan and lights.
The pool was refreshing although small. The staff was helpful and friendly.
We would definately stay here again. - bipeflier
Oct 2014 - $41.00
The park is very tight for big rigs. The services were fine. It appears to have many long term residences, the spaces are about average width. It is close to town and easy for us to visit family. We would stay again but would be specific on site to get in and out without problems. - JDR
Aug 2014 - $46.00
This would be ok for an overnight. We stayed a week because of circumstances, but RVs are jammed packed with barely any space between RVs, especially with everyone having slide-outs. There was a picnic table but it was about 12" from front door and right next to the sewer drain of the RV next door. There is about a 2'x2' piece of grass just outside the door. There was a small tree, but it was enough to at least give some shade so that was nice. I put up a wire kennel cage for 2 small dogs to use while we were outside with them and staff was very rude about my not being allowed to have it. There was nothing in the policies that said I couldn't but staff said it was on the monthly policy, which we didn't get because obviously we weren't there that long. We took it down, but they could have been nicer about their request. Very rude young girl. They said it would kill the grass (which was just a very small patch and mostly weeds), meanwhile, their long-term residents which are many, have all kinds of junk all over on the outside. And yes, RR on back side and they do have the loudest horns that they blast every night several times a night. Ok, for a quick overnight if you had to. - User3679
Jun 2015 - $41.00
Friendly fast check-in. Very basic park; dirt and gravel parking pads and under the picnic table. Some shade. The rest of the site was dirt with sparse clumps of grass. Generally the park could use some sprucing up and a lot more gravel. Full hook-ups worked well. Spotless 24 hour laundry. A few over the air tv channels. Overpriced for what it is. - Finally Time
Jun 2015 - $41.00
Not a lot to say about this KOA. Good for an overnight stop, there are not a lot of campgrounds in Casper. Gravel/dirt sites, some sites have small trees. There is a small picnic table at the site, no patio. Dog park looks like it needed work. Basically it a large gravel site with out much else. Our 30 amp outlet was cracked. There is no grass for dogs in this park. Verizon LTE worked well. Did not use camp wifi. More over the air channels than the provided cable tv. Not far off the interstate, can be a bit confusing to get to the office, as there are no directional signs to the office from the street. This is a very basic park. Some full timers around the outside edges. Some site in the middle look big rig friendly. We camped here in a motor home. - wtravlr1
Jun 2015 - $45.00
A good location but a KOA that needs some TLC, particularly to justify the high KOA rates. Lots of dead grass between the gravel sites. Some long term residents but they seem adequately maintained. Would probably stay here again because of convenient access. Did not do a good job of enforcing the dog leash rule. Unit next to ours had their dog tied on a 20 ft leash with minimal oversight. Also saw a dog running loose once. - AZJC
Jul 2015 - $22.00
All gravel and rigs are close to one another-no shade. Three fenced dog runs, which were very helpful. Management change mentioned so hopefully improvements will be made to the grounds. Nice laundry- 4 washers and dryers. Good for an overnight stay. Showers and toilets were clean but very small areas. - Backroad Travelers
May 2015 - $22.00
No TV. They said they had changed providers in January and had problems with changeover that had not been fixed, but no one seemed to be working on it. Internet spotty. Most people here appeared to be permanent and were living in their in old dirty and broken down travel trailers or old motor homes. Trashy everywhere. Unkempt. Old park that has not been updated. Only 4 washers and dryers for entire park...difficult to do laundry because in use. Road dirt and gravel and filled with potholes. Will not stay again. Only positive: office staff friendly. - Roadfluff
May 2015 - $22.00
Congenial staff. Park is located on gravel road behind the museum but we were able to get in with 45' motorhome just fine. Gravel level pull-through site. Free Wi-Fi was satisfactory. Slow at times but my Verizon hotspot worked great. We didn't bother with the free cable as office said they were still working on it. We received a dozen stations over the air very clear.
No road noise. A lot of permanent rigs but park quite quiet. We stayed 2 nights. - sawdustsal