Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $45.00
You have to remember your are in the prairie. Site was level and gravel. Nothing but lumpy prairie grass on the sites. However the entrance has nice lush grass. Very close to the interstate so be prepared for some road noise. We camped at Rawlins KOA in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here 1 night while passing through. Easy access to I-80 with minimal noise when outside the RV. We had no road noise while inside. Site was gravel, level pull-thru that was long enough to keep toad hooked. Concrete patio with table and small wooden fence between sites. Lots of cable channels and good WiFi. Clean CG and clean laundry. Friendly staff with escort to site. Playground, splash park (sprinkler), and mini golf for the grandson. We would stay here again when traveling. We camped at Rawlins KOA in a Motorhome.
We stayed at the Rawlins KOA twice on our way to and from our destination. The campground is sufficient for an overnight stay when you are on your way somewhere else. It is easy to get to from I-80. Neither of the sites we stayed in were remotely level. I doubt any of the sites were. We reserved spots with a windbreak, but didn't get one either night. Both nights we were told we were getting an "upgrade" to a better spot, but yet they gave us partial refunds both nights. They told my husband "the computer picks the site". So, don't take a lot of time choosing a spot ahead of time like I did. The staff was friendly, and the one time I used the restroom, it was clean. Each site has a little weed patch, which is expected in that area of Wyoming. Overall, a satisfactory place to sleep, but not much else. We camped at Rawlins KOA in a Motorhome.
Place close to the freeway (as are the other 2 RV parks here) so you will get freeway traffic noise. WiFi pretty much nonexistent and if you had it - it was only for one computer at a time. They were doing roadwork at the off ramp at the time so it was a little hard to get to. We camped at Rawlins KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $31.00
Pretty standard KOA. Gravel sites and grounds, More expensive than I wanted for just 30 amp and a place to spend the night. Nothing particularly wrong with the place. I'm just stingy when looking for basic campground. WalMart at $0 is a good deal, so I balance the fee I pay against the electric, water, Wi-Fi available at the facilities. I have paid half as much for more features. Would stay here again if I needed a place to stay. We camped at Rawlins KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $39.00
This campground is basically an overnight campground. Our site was level, but we saw some that were not. It is close to the interstate, but noise was not a problem. Facilities were clean and adequate. When we arrived at about 2:00pm, the office was closed, but our reservation was in a box next to the door. We would camp here again if we were passing through the area. We camped at Rawlins KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $24.00
Good for a night if traveling somewhere. Very nice management and they have a fenced in dog run. Playground looks nice. It is next to highway and railroad. If you don't mind for one night it is good. They space you apart from others if room permits. We camped at Rawlins KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $45.00
Beware of the "premium" pull through sites if you have a motorhome or anything large. Our site was terribly unlevel and the turn angles for the road made it difficult to get out. We had to un-hook our car to leave which was very inconvenient. It looked like the regular pull-thru section was easier. There is severe highway noise and the rule of only one bag of trash in the dumpster is ridiculous. We rolled in with a full garbage can and had to clean up a spill in the refrigerator which caused another bag of trash. At this high rate per night we expect to have a large enough dumpster for two bags of trash if needed! The cost to stay at this campground with all it's inconviences is not worth stopping here next time. We camped at Rawlins KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $50.00
Staff was friendly. Glad we only spent one night. Pool was filled in and play equipment was for under 5 year olds. Not what we expected from a KOA. Very overpriced for the facilities available. We camped at Rawlins KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
The Kampground charged extra for kids, but there was no game room and the playground equipment was for toddlers. There was a pool at one time, but it was filled in with dirt. The hot tubs were next to the dirt. We had the end site and needed 3 levelers to get almost level, and it made for a giant step to get into the rig. Our door and windows looked directly into apartment parking lot/windows in back of the KOA. The roads and sites are dusty white rock. Maneuvering was OK. The electric connection had to be pulled all the way forward to connect. It was not co-located at midship with the water and sewer. Cable good. Wi-Fi TengoInternet way too difficult to sign on for casual browsing. One bag of trash per site. Too pricey for all the hardship. We would not stay here again. We camped at Rawlins KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Very windy with lots of dust/dirt. Gravel spaces with no grass. Lots of interstate traffic and train noise. Its an OK place to overnight, but don't plan a long stay. We camped at Rawlins KOA in a Motorhome.
Lovely little campground. Friendly managers who work hard to keep this campground clean and attractive. This part of Wyoming is on rationed water so everything is dry. This KOA was a great place to stop and spend a quiet night before continuing on. I am happy to give it high marks. We camped at Rawlins KOA in a Motorhome.