Great campground, definitely above-par for KOA. Feels more like an RV resort than a KOA. Great dog park (double fenced), at-site trash pickup, and other conveniences make this a nice place to stay. Lots of seasonal units, but all we saw were well maintained and owned by friendly people - no "mobile home park" feel to this place at all.
Nice KOA, somewhat in the "traditional" KOA style, but with some modernization (such as great satellite bathrooms) - they aren't letting the park fall apart. Sites were nice with paving stone patios. Very friendly staff/manager. A bit of noise from the nearby US-287, but not bad and better than most KOAs. If you are looking for a place to just relax, and don't need attractions and activities to entertain yourself, you'll enjoy this place. It is close to activities (the Poudre Canyon area) however, so don't think there is nothing to do.
Weird site layout, with some tight turns. Sites were very soggy when we were there (needed 4WD to leave our site!), with standing water and lots of slick grass - I don't know how the tent campers managed. They were trying to pump out water while we were there. Dump station at exit/entrance is very crowded (we had to back into it, due to parked cars in front of the office) and dump is on the wrong side (probably why they have a long sewer hose there for guest use during dumping). Our site was grass-only (no gravel), and it was hard to level with the sogginess of the ground. I'm guessing this isn't unusual because they make a point on their campground map they give you at check-in that weather is not a valid reason to get a refund. On the plus side, it's a nice looking campground, and, in dry weather, might be a fun place to take a family to give the kids experience "camping", particularly if you camp in a tent or pop-up. Would also be a nice place for a motorcycle camper.
Great for overnight stays. Office was open late (we arrived at 11:00 PM and were shocked to see it open). Agree with other reviews about "not judging a book by it's cover" - the entrance doesn't look great, but the park is decent. I don't see this as a "destination" but rather as a nice place to stay on the way. Not a ton of frills (for instance, you are left to find your site on your own). Despite lots of flooding in the area, this park was dry and comfortable. Electrical worked fine for us (30 amp, with A/C running), so don't know if other reviewer just had a bad site. We didn't hear road noise with our A/C going. We'll stay here again.