This is an OK park. The owner is very nice. The park is older and pretty tight. All sites are pull-through dirt and gravel but level. Great water pressure. Not all sites have cable so be sure and ask if you want it. There are a lot of long term workers here. We had poison ivy in our spot and the owner immediately sprayed for us. We would stay here again.
Good level concrete sites with lots of room in between. Picnic table and grill at each site. Not a lot of pull-throughs and most of those are doubled, which means if you are first you would pull-through. If you are second you will have to back out if the person in front isn't leaving. Only 2 washers and driers. You do have access to pool. Wednesday and Friday lunch buffet is half price if you are 50 and have a free player's card. Nice staff. Golf cart comes by to take you to casino. Would stay here again.
The park is a very out-of-the-way park due to construction detours. The hosts were very nice. We were guided to our graveled site which was long and level. This is a typical KOA that is set up like a neighborhood. It was very crowded and busy. We had to leave going the wrong direction because it was the only way to get out of the site without taking out a tree. There is a lot to do if you have children (pool, playground, bikes). We would not stay here again due to location and crowded atmosphere.
Super nice hosts. The park is right on the highway but it was fairly quiet. We got the last pull-through so we wouldn't have to unhook the truck. They worked very hard to help us. There was a tree in the way so we couldn't extend the slide. The host tried to trim the tree to make that possible, but we told him not to worry about it as we were only there one night. The site was level and the utilities were good. We would stay here again.
This is a perfect place to stay if you are visiting Little Big Horn. The hosts are very nice. We were guided to our site. The graveled sites are long and level. The views are beautiful and peaceful. They give you ice cream at check-in. We would stay here again.
The graveled sites are level and wide enough for slide-outs. The Shoshone River runs beside the park. It was very quiet and clean. It is the closest part on the east side of Yellowstone. It's not too far to drive into Cody either. We would stay here again.
This is a well organized and clean park. The owner and his family are on site. The office is full of gifts and supplies and is open late. The gravel sites are long and level. Good water pressure and electric. They sell BBQ in the evening. It was very good. Love this park!
The Oasis is always our Amarillo stop. While it is in the process of being sold, it is still clean, level, good water pressure, good electric, and the manager is very helpful. It is so large, we have never had to make a reservation. We were late coming in 2 times on this vacation, so we just picked a spot and paid in the morning. Our price reflects Good Sam 10% discount.
This is a city owned park. They have added several new sites that are not on the map provided on the website. We camped in the new part. The site was very long: 36' coach, pickup truck and still a lot of room. The manager is very accommodating. She told me if I didn't like the site we were in, to just move anywhere we were comfortable. The reason people go to this park is the huge pool. It does cost more: $3 per person for an all day pass. There are pavilions that can be rented and a lot of cabins. This is a very family friendly park.
Great park! Easy access from the highway. Nice long and level gravel sites that where also very wide. Each site has a picnic table. The owner was on site and very helpful. He checked on us a few times and came to tell us good-bye and thanked us for staying with him. We didn't use the bathhouse so we don't know about that. We would stay here again.
Nice older park. Site was a little unlevel but long. Managers were super nice. They put "reserved" cones on our site so late-comers wouldn't park there. Price reflects Good Sam discount. Good hookups. Would stay here again.
Typical overpriced KOA. Nicely kept, but too high priced for what was there. Sites are long and level. In a rural area, so it was very quiet. Managers were very nice. Wi-fi and cable included in price. Hookups were good.
Small but nice park. Owners are on site. There are a few permanent residents, but their sites are nicely maintained. This park is a little out of the way, but in a beautiful setting. Owners are very nice. There are long and level sites, and good hookups. Free Wi-fi and cable. Would stay here again.
Park is perfect location to visit the waterfalls. Sites are long and level. Very shaded. Super nice staff. Our only complaint is that I told them I needed 50 amp when I made my reservation. When we arrived we were told they only had 30 amp left. They have a few 50 amp sites, but they were all full.
Nice park. Price reflects Good Sam discount. Wi-Fi is $2 a day. Sites are long and level. Really cute gift shop with a lot of Oregon Trail information. Staff is very helpful and friendly. Would stay here again.
Nice park. Some permanent residents but very nicely maintained. First site they gave us was too tight, so they moved us to a larger one. Sites are not angled so some can be a little difficult to get in if you have a long rig. Long and level sites. Good hookups. Would stay here again.
Price reflects Good Sam discount for 2 adults. They charge $5 a day per extra adult. We ended up paying $41.73 per night. Sites are long and grassy. The grounds needed mowing. This is our 2nd time here and both times it rained, making the roads very muddy. The longer sites are in the back of the park where several campers are stored. This could be a beautiful park with a little TLC. We would stay here again.
Price reflects Good Sam discount. They charge $2 per person after 2 adults, so we paid $ 37.71 a night for 4 adults. The park is rural and beautiful. We arrived after dark and the roads were not well lit or marked. One of the residents came out to direct us. The office was supposed to leave a map on the door for us, but didn't. Other than that it was a beautiful quiet place. Sites are gravel and level with good hookups. Picnic table at our site. Would stay here again.
Awesome campground. Has long, level concrete sites; private restroom/shower; free WiFi and cable TV. There is an RV repair on site. Restaurant, pool, 50 cent laundry. Super nice people and service. We will definitely stay here again!
The campsites were easily accessed. All the hookups were good. The advertisement says they have Wi-Fi, but it is so weak we were not able to access it at all in the 3 days we were here. The owner even said it was so weak we would probably not be able to get on. The sites are graveled but level. This is an adult park. There is a pool but no playground equipment for children. There was a lot of highway noise, train noise, and on Friday night, a lot of raceway noise!
Very nice park - best bargain of our trip. Free wi-fi, cable, laundry, and a storm shelter. There is no shade, but it's Amarillo. Big wide level concrete sites. Plenty of room for slide-outs. Sewer, water, and electrical all well placed. Easy in and out.
Very nice park. Rate reflects Good Sam discount, $2 charge for cable, and $2 charge for 50 amp. Free wi-fi. Very nice pool and patio with live entertainment and a cook house, serving dinner and breakfast. Very nice store. Owner on site and very nice.
Very beautiful park just down the road from the Arches National Park. Very level, shaded sites. Unique activities, like life-size chess and checkers. It is gated. The pool and spa is located just outside the door to the office. Free wifi. No discounts given. The staff was not very friendly, all business. They gave the impression that they didn't care if you stayed there or not. What a shame. Could have been a 10!
Very beautiful park. It's expensive, but it is very close to being a perfect park. Indoor heated pool, great playground, great store with a fudge shop (made right there), very friendly staff. Every site had a swing, fire ring, picnic table, and concrete patio. Rate reflects a mention-the-ad discount.
Nice park at the base of the Rockies. Beautiful view. It had rained a lot and the roads were very muddy. We were at the back of the park and the wi-fi worked great. Very quiet and peaceful. The rate is a Good Sam rate.
Nice level spaces. The owners were very friendly. One owner let the grandkids feed the animals, while the other pushed one in the swings. We stayed here on our way to Branson and on our way back. Wifi didn't work well at the back of the park the first stay, but worked fine the 2nd stay closer to the office. Would absolutely stay here again if we are in town! Would have given them a 10 if cable was available.