Nice place to stay in the Kingman area. All gravel, like most in Arizona, but there are trees. Lots of sites have partial shade. Sites are long, wide, and level. Easy in and out. Laundry was the best we have ever seen in a park, important to us full-timers. It's near I-40 but far enough back that noise was not bad. I would definitely stay here again.
It's all concrete, but you can overlook that here. We had a waterfront site, and the view was great. The general ambiance of the place makes up for the lack of grass and shade. You can rent a boat with crab traps if you are so inclined, or bring your own boat. Some people were able to park a boat on their site, otherwise they have a place to park them. Waterfront "head-in" sites are unusual in having hookups on both sides, so you can park a motorhome with windshield toward the water or a trailer with back window toward the water. Neat. Good Verizon cell service but only so-so: 3G, no 4G.
For me, this place is a 10; others may disagree. If you gotta have shade, this isn't the place for you. Otherwise, it is hard to beat. Sites are wide and level, asphalt parking pads and lots of well-kept grass. View is good from all sites. Roads are paved and wide enough. They have some waterfront sites set up for motorhomes, some for trailers, so you can have the view on the right end for either. Staff is nice and helpful. Location is good. Good Verizon voice and 4G signals.
A nice older park in a beautiful wooded setting. Like being in a state park campground, but with full hookups and room for larger RVs. There is a pool, unusual for a park this size. Owner is nice and helpful, showed us to our site and can answer questions about the area and what's going on. Location is outside Harrison but close enough to be convenient to stores or events. Off the major highways, it was very quiet at night. All sites are shaded. Forget your satellite but the cable is good. Verizon phone and internet worked here. We stayed a week and wished plans had allowed for longer.
This park is a gem in a great location. Basic but has what you need, and everything works. Owners are very nice and friendly. Spaces are grass, some partly shaded, good-sized. Laundry was small but functional. Talimena Byway and Ouachita National Forest are right there. Stores and gas stations are not, so stock up. I would definitely stay here again. Very good Verizon phone and Internet service there.
I don't hand out 10s, but this definitely is one. It's probably the nicest park I have stayed in. Layout of the park is good, giving large sites, all concrete pads with good grass surrounding. Location is perfect, in town but feels secluded in a wooded area. It was quiet at night. Facilities are first-class and clean. They have a covered area for group meals, would be a great place for a rally. The only thing they need to improve are the laundry rooms - too small for the size of the park and some machines out of order. Verizon phone worked well, Internet OK, just 2 bars.
It doesn't get much better than this. Sites are large, with grass and patios. They could be more level, but I did not have a problem getting level. Office staff was nice and helpful. Nice facilities in general, and good, wide roads. Cable TV much better than typical CG cable. Did not try the Wifi. If the price was lower (mine was the daily Good Sam), it might be a 10. Very good Verizon voice and data service here.
This is a good base camp for exploring the Hill Country. Sites are good-sized and mostly level. You can have shade or sun. The manager was very nice and accommodating. It was very quiet at night. Some highway noise during the day, but you will have that anywhere in Hill Country. They are motorcycle-friendly, even let me park under cover when hail was forecast. There is a large rec hall with a nice lounge and small but functional laundry on one end, also a large covered open-air area for group events or meals. Looks like they have a nice setup for horse events, too. Along the river there are horse pens with water available and lots of space for parking trailers. No hookups in that area, though. We had no Verizon voice or data service here. Campground Wifi worked OK most of the time, but was not always there. A real bargain at the monthly rate, which starts to be the best deal at about 2 weeks.
Nothing to complain about here. Pull through sites are long and wide. You can have shade or not, if they are not busy. Nice rec room and small laundry, pool (not open this time of year), playground, RV wash site. Staff was friendly and helpful. It was nice and quiet while we were here. By far the best park in Alpine.
It's just a dusty gravel parking lot with hookups. But, if you want hookups, and can't get one of the few in Big Bend, it is certainly an adequate place to stay while visiting the area. Utilities worked fine. Location is good. Close to the west entrance to the national park, to Terlingua/Study Butte stores, restaurants(few), and most importantly the only gas station. No Verizon data service but voice was good. Park WiFi worked most of the time, better than most CG WiFi service. Sites are big enough and easy in/out.
Pretty good for a KOA. Good-sized pull-throughs with room for slides and toad. Clean facilities. Pleasant and helpful staff. Dry and dusty with not much shade, but that is what the area is like. Would not be different elsewhere. Wi-Fi worked better than most parks' Wi-Fi. Small on-site restaurant serves breakfast and dinner; did not try it. Would overnight here again.
This is our third winter season at this park. The facilities are nice but not spectacular. What makes this park special to us are the other residents. Lots of nice people here. Also, we are all RVers, no park models. Staff members are also good folks and helpful. Spaces are somewhat tight but typical for the area. Most spaces are seasonal but there are about a dozen short-term spaces. Plenty of planned activities, but if you want on-site tennis, pickleball, or golf, this is not the place. There are plenty of golfers staying here, though. Location is close enough to the big-city scene but also close enough to the edge that you can get out of the city easily too. Rate quoted reflects 5-month seasonal rate.
Not bad for a KOA, but don't believe everything in their advertising. I took a site supposed to have "plenty of room for those big rigs with a tow without unhitching". When I showed up in my 40 foot MH with tow I didn't want to unhook, I was told "pull in as far as you can and let your car hang out in the drive - it won't matter". It worked because the place was fairly empty late in the season, but I wouldn't trust that when they are busy. Otherwise, no problems.
Good base for the Capitol Reef area. Have stayed here twice over 3 years and had a good experience both times. Mostly gravel park with some grass and native plants. Most sites shaded. Pull-throughs easy to get into and level. Campground store is larger than most but sells mostly tourist stuff rather than camping supplies. No Verizon data signal here, but phone worked most of the time. WiFi typical, i.e. useless. I would stay here again.
It appears to be one of the best in Moab. Sites are gravel with a little grass. Most have trees but are angled so rooftop satellite works. Every site has a good view. Laundry was OK but small for the park size. Staff was friendly and helpful. Very good Verizon internet and phone signal here.
Great value! Pull-through 50 amp full-hookup site for $12.95 a night, near national parks. Not fancy, but nothing wrong with it. Laundry was fine, did not use showers or bathrooms so don't know about those. Good Verizon internet and phone signal. Other parks in the area charge much more, and they really didn't look any better.
Dusty gravel lot next to a motel. RVs are crammed in like sardines. If it's busy, your slides are right next to your neighbor, if you can get them out at all. Hookups worked OK. Alright for 1 night while traveling, but you wouldn't want to stay longer.
A good place to stay for a day or a month. Pull-throughs have gravel parking, concrete patios and some grass. Spaces are close, but with room for slides and awnings. Roads are asphalt, nice and wide - easy to maneuver here. Located in a fairly quiet area. Excellent Verizon internet and phone service. I will stay here again, but ask to be away from the dog park and dumpsters.
A nice older park run by nice people. We enjoyed a week here. It is on the shore of Lake Pend Orielle with its own small protected dock, but most of the park is across the road. Most sites still have a partial lake view. Sites are grass with grass or gravel parking. Not very wide but room for slides and awnings. Deer graze in the park daily, which could be entertaining or annoying, depending on your perspective.
Site are wide, long, and level. Most are shaded, but many are satellite-friendly anyway. Landscaping is beautiful, there are flowers everywhere. The park is clean and very well maintained. Verizon phone and internet worked great here, strong 4G. This park would be a 10 if not for some road and train noise. Best in Missoula, at least for adults.
Sites are small and close together. Many people had to park their car or tow vehicle sideways to get it in the space. "Live entertainment nightly" is karaoke, with mostly the same park employee singing badly. If I stopped here again, I would try another campground.
Very nice, well-maintained park. Bathrooms/showers were spotlessly clean and nicely designed. Pull-through sites are long enough for anything. Owners are very friendly and helpful, will work hard to accommodate you. Some I-90 noise, but not bad. Good Verizon internet and phone service. I would definitely stay here again.
I'm not generally a KOA fan, but this one is a cut above most others. Sites are fairly level and large enough. Hookups worked fine. Staff was friendly and helpful. I still think it is too expensive, but it is very convenient to the east side of Glacier NP. Verizon internet and phone is good at this location.