Date of Stay: October, 2015 - $42.00
We needed full hookups in this area for our last night on the road after a two month trip and this is where we stayed. At $42 we felt it was overpriced. Especially since it is so close to I-80 and there isn't anything special about this KOA Journey park. The wifi was so slow it was worthless. Cable TV was a hassle because of having to borrow a box but our satellite worked fine. There is grass at each site and around the perimeter which was nice for the dog. If we didn't need hookups we would stay at the Walmart next time we pass through Laramie. We camped at Laramie KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2015 - $25.00
The park is a good overnight park. The sites are tight if the park is full. The roads are gravel as are the sites. Big rigs would fit but would need to unhook in the sites.There is grass between the sites. The water was shut off for the winter. The other services were fine. The camp store seemed well stocked. We would camp here again. We camped at Laramie KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $40.00
This was just an overnight stop on our way to Rocky Mtn NP. Check in was very friendly and efficient, and we were escorted to our site. It was nice as a stopover. We camped at Laramie KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $70.00
This is a very nice and clean rv park with excellent service. It is not the prettiest location but you are not going to find a pretty location in Laramie. I would stay here again if convenient for our route but it is not a destination. Facilities are clean. We camped at Laramie KOA in a Motorhome.
There was a lot of rain and they were doing their best to keep the sites dry. They allowed us to select our site so we could select the driest site. The sites have gravel and some of the roads are dirt but everything held up pretty well in some very heavy rain. Our site was in the last row closest to the highway where the longest sites are located. The site was long enough for our 39 foot RV and the toad. There are great grassy areas to walk the dog. The RV park is convenient to the highway. The internet worked well at times and was very slow at other times. The facilities are very well kept and clean.
The part of the park we were in had a lot of highway noise. The trucks on the highway could be heard clearly and loudly at our site. We did not have a problem sleeping but you do not want to leave your windows open. Other parts of the park with the shorter sites are quieter.
If you are going to Laramie, it is a nice park in a good location. We camped at Laramie KOA in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Be sure to go see the Territorial Prison and the Ivinson museum.
An overnite stay. This is an older KOA and the sites were close. Interior roads were narrow. But it was fine for one nite. Cable TV not easy to use. They provide a cable box. Hooking up is tricky and we didn't get all the channels they indicated. We camped at Laramie KOA in a Motorhome.
Helpful and friendly staff and a very clean park. WiFi is worthless and the proximity of the park to the interstate make this a disappointing stop. OK for an overnight on your way to somewhere else but nothing more. We camped at Laramie KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Site lengths are very overstated. My first site was a 60 ft. site. When I pulled up, it looked as if it would barely fit my 38 ft RV without truck. Asked for another - got a "75" site. When I finally parked, it really measured about 57-58 feet. And that would be sticking front and back right to the edge of the driving area of the street. Then to top it off, the sewer is a good 28 feet from the electric/water hookups. So had to hookup water/elec and when ready to move, backup and dump the sewer. We camped at Laramie KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
We pulled in for an overnight stay. This is one of the tightest KOAs we've stayed in. Told them several times we needed a long site for our 42' motor home and tow vehicle so that we wouldn't have to unhook. They put us in about a 50' site though they seem to have several that are longer. Sites are so close together that our electrical hookup is within inches of our neighbors stairs. Would only provide wifi for two devices and, while they advertise cable, you don't actually get it at the site, you have to go ask them for a box and remote. Glad it is just one night. We camped at Laramie KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $26.00
Camped here in November and water was still on at some sites. Spotless, warm bathrooms with hot showers. Fenced door park. Gravel pull throughs. Cable tv required a cable box to be connected ahead of tv. Wasn't a problem since we carry two long coaxial cables which allowed connection outside the coach and the cable box pulled through a slightly open window. Some road noise but reduced with bedroom end of coach pointed away from I-80. We camped at Laramie KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $26.00
Having read previous reviews, I was not excited to call for reservation, but am glad to say this is a good place to over nite. Freeway noise is not that bad even when on a dog walk. The cable/wifi work fine. At this time of year, not many campers. I rated this campground based on surroundings: Not exactly a verdant oasis! For a brief stay, ones needs are more than met. Staff are friendly. Do know there are no closer campgrounds with amenities. We camped at Laramie KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $34.00
We stayed here to wait out wind warnings on I-80. Not a planned stay, but was adequate for a one-nighter. The staff was friendly and helpful. The park is in fair condition, but has some long term guests. The location is very close to the highway and there is considerable road noise. The sites were long, but fairly narrow. We had room for our slide, but if our neighbor would have a deep slide on the same side it would be tight. For our purposes the campground was OK. I wouldn't want to stay for more than a pass through, though. We camped at Laramie KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $26.00
Typical KOA, right along the freeway, very noisy, however, they did provide ear plugs!!! Water was not on yet, and they failed to mention that when we called ahead. Basically, a gravel parking lot with hook-ups. OK for a one-nighter with ear plugs in. We camped at Laramie KOA in a Fifth Wheel.