Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $46.00
I dont write reviews often but this park deserves a pathetic rating at best and felt I would let people know. Park is on the outskirts of Casper in an industrial area, right next to freeway where you hear trucks day and night. The park itself is basically a dirt parking lot with random hookups. My site had a cracked/broken picnic and that was it. I specified the size of my rig 45' and tow in the comments of KOA special requests and the check in clerk advised "we don't read comments until you arrive" . I was packed into a pull through and put orange cones at the front and back of my coach to ward off any possible incidents. Neighbors were right at my slide outs - Internet was there but the signal was useless. I used my Verizon WiFi which was fair connection. I would not stay at this park again - this was a terrible value. We camped at Casper KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $46.00
A little hard to access sites, but level gravel roads and sights. KOA has not improved their facilities in the past ten years, but pricing continues to climb. They are reaching a tipping point where there is not enough value for the money. We camped at Casper KOA in a Motorhome.
We chose this park because they had a fenced pet area; only it turned out not to be pet-friendly at all. Yes, they have a small fenced dog run, with dirt & weeds. There are signs stating "Walk Dogs in Pet Area Only" - even the weeds around the trash barrels had a "No Dogs" sign. I ended up walking my dog at a nice City Park 3 blocks away. The park does have level, gravel roads & sites; with dirt & dead grass/weeds in between. We had a long, roomy pull-through. This park would be OK for an overnight, if you don't have pets. We would not stay again. We camped at Casper KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very basic KOA park, essentially a gravel parking lot with some shade trees scattered around. It was just off the highway, so convenient for an overnight stay. We had power and water; a dumping station was nearby. Highway traffic made it noisy. The person checking us in was friendly and helpful. We camped at Casper KOA in a Travel Trailer.
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. We camped at Casper KOA in a Motorhome.
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. We camped at Casper KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
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. We camped at Casper KOA in a Motorhome.
TLC would go a long way here. Gravel pull-thru was best thing about place. It'll do ... In a pinch like we were. Dog area was so full of trash and burrs we couldn't go in. Pool was closed, putt-putt golf broken down. Saturday night the next door biker bar kept us awake most of night. Come on! Just one week of clean-up could do wonders; plus they lined us up every space; they could've given us at least an empty space between. Typical 'Pack' (as in pack 'em in like sardines) park. We camped at Casper KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $41.00
KOA rate is high considering the overall condition of the park and amenities. Sites are long enough (pull through) for big rigs. Perimeter sites only handle to about 26 feet. Water, sewer, and are okay but unless you want to pay $47 per night, 30 amp is what you get. All sites and roads are gravel, there are trees but not much shade. Local cable TV isn't all that great. Our Wi-Fi and phones worked well here. The campground is about a mile from the interstate interchange, maybe 500 feet across the fence to the highway so there was a little noise. Typical KOA facility and overpriced. Many folks use it overnight (as we did) and move on the next morning. We camped at Casper KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
We rolled into this park late in the afternoon, planning to stay just overnight, but discovered a blown tire on the fifth wheel and some damage. The staff was fabulous! They recommended a mobile RV repairman who arrived in 30 minutes or less, repaired the damage enough to travel on and recommended a good tire store(Plains Tire) for replacement tires. We had a pull thru that was level, with all utilities placed properly and everything worked fine. This is not a resort, but a good stopover in this area. We camped at Casper KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Crowded gravel pads, gravel roads, gravel everywhere. Poor choice for WY winds. Long walks to the bathhouse. No scenery, not much here but the bar next door which fixes a mean breakfast green chili burrito. We camped at Casper KOA in a Truck Camper.
The campground itself was nothing special. It was a gravel parking lot, no grass, tight spaces, and not too many amenities. I took our dog Echo to the dog walk, which was a 10 ft. x 20 ft. fenced in space with gravel. The dog walk fence was 7 ft. tall and felt claustrophobic; Echo did not leave my side until we decided to leave the dog walk. The playground looked shabby and under maintained as well and I did not let the girls play on it. Our space had water, sewer, and electric. There was a cheap plastic picnic table and a small tree, who looked to be clinging to the life in the hard Casper weather. Although close to the Interstate, there was not much road noise at night because the Interstate is not heavily trafficked. If I stopped our review here, I would give this RV campground two stars. However, we had a bad experience with the management so I am giving a one star review. Our experience: Due to a booking mistake, we arrived the day after our reservation. The owner of the campground was condescending, informing me I should track our reservations in a "planner." We were 200 miles away staying at another KOA and she would not be flexible, even when I confronted her if they were full the night before. She said the campground was not full; the night we stayed the campground was barely 50% full. I understand that it was my fault for double booking my stay. The owner’s rudeness about the situation and condescending tone towards me, the customer, is why I am giving the KOA a low rating. I have double booked before and the campground owners have understood, moving my reservation. All in all this is a very basic KOA. If you need a place to stop as you pass through, this KOA will be good for an overnight stay. Would I recommend this park? No. Would we come back? No. We camped at Casper KOA in a Motorhome.
At first glance, this park wasn't much to look at, but it had all the amenities and great showers. We just stayed one night on the way to Yellowstone Park. Would stay here again. We camped at Casper KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $33.00
We don't typically stay in KOAs because we have no need for the amenities they usually have. However, this got the best reviews in the area and were Open in mid-November! Good size PT site. Not the biggest width-wise, but certainly fine at this time of year. Owner is super-friendly, even to the point of taking our LP tanks up to fill & returning them so we didn't have to unhook our toad. Not right next to the highway, so a little trickier to get there than the usual right-off-the-highway KOAs, but not bad. We camped at Casper KOA in a Fifth Wheel.