This is a very nice setting with large trees and lots of grass. The sites., however, are short and un-level. They need to spend some money on grading and lengthening the sites as well as refurbishing some of the utilities, especially the sewer connections, which are not 90 degrees to the ground but in our site (32) were at a 45 degree angle, very odd. Reworking the road system so that the sites are less square to the roadways would be a great improvement. The owners are very nice and it's a fine place for an overnight stop. There's a few seasonal people here but the sites are well kept. Rate reflects the Good Sam discount.
As always, this is one of our favorites. The state has a new pricing policy in effect whereby the more popular campground sites cost more money and they also charge more for out-of-state residents, so it's becoming a bit pricey for us to stay here for only getting partial hookups. The fire danger was very high so no fires were permitted but we still enjoyed sitting out and watching the osprey fish in the river and teach their young to fly. This is a beautiful, peaceful place that we will always keep in our list of stopovers.
This is one of those places that has so much potential, but it's just being left to die. Although it's still advertised, they no longer offer cable TV at all. They do have Wi-Fi although it's only available near the main building and it's not that reliable. The owner is very personable and spends time checking on everyone quite regularly, but he should probably spend some time doing some basic landscaping and maybe rearranging the sites so that there's some semblance of order to the place. Right now it seems that he's placed a site wherever he could fit it among the trees and there are many seasonal sites that need clean-up. With a small capital investment and a bit of work this place could be beautiful, but there's probably not enough business to support the cash outlay. The pool was very nice and there was a good outdoor play area. It's a fine place for an overnight and we would stay again if traveling through the area.
Like others have said this is a beautiful park right on the river, which unfortunately backs right on to the rail tracks. You will encounter a few trains going by but the track does not seem to be terribly busy. Our site (B29) backed right on to the river and the tracks and we found it to be quite acceptable. We'll definitely stay here again.
Great facilities in a very well run park. The amenities here are top notch - level parking pads, beautiful grass strips at each site, wonderful common areas. We would definitely come back here. Rate reflects a Good Sam discount.
This is a beautiful park among old growth forest. It's so quiet here that it's almost eerie. We picked blackberries along the walking trails till we had our fill. The facilities are top notch and we will definitely be back. Rate reflects out of state booking premium along with reservation fees.
While this is advertised as a 'lake', it is really more of a slough than a lake. It's mostly covered with algae and is much in need of aeration. The campground itself has nice trees but the sites are very close together. The wifi service is supplied by Tengo and is only free for one hour every 24 hours. Are you kidding me? Even the Safeway across the street has unlimited free wireless internet access. In this day and age no reputable campground charges for wifi access and they certainly don't use a service that limits bandwidth based on usage. The cable TV they offer has only 14 channels. I've stayed in many nicer places with lower prices that provide better amenities. Pass this one by, there is much better value to be had at other area campgrounds.
This place is old and tired. Power is horrible, 109 volts on one leg and 121 volts on the other, our lights were constantly changing intensity. They need to spend some money on maintenance, especially at the price they charge. While we were checking in another camper was telling the owner about a sewer connection issue at their site. Instead of trying to understand her concern or go look at the problem he instead repeatedly told her that they're all the same size so maybe you just need an elbow. Pretty poor example of good customer service. We won't be back.
This is an awesome little park in a beautiful little town. The owners go out of their way to make sure you've got everything you need and to ensure that you're happy with your site. Their son has a small military museum on site which is really quite interesting and very well appointed. His collection of vehicles is really quite nice. The sites are large and the grass is very lush. We'll always stay here when we're in Dillon. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
This is a very nice campground in the fact that the sites are large and well treed. However the campground is right on US Highway 20 so there's a lot of traffic noise to contend with. The new owners have eliminated the free pancake and egg breakfast, which is too bad, it was a nice novelty. When we checked in we were not given a map or a set of rules or any information on area attractions which seemed strange. The town is very small (
Wow, talk about a fantastic camping experience. As soon as we arrived a staff member selected a number of different sites in the campground and had one of her boys drive us around in a golf cart to view each of them. Once we chose our site he took us back to the office and we were told to go set up and then come pay later. The place is beautiful, the sites have large established shade trees and there's plenty of grass so that you can sit outside and enjoy. The pool and laundry room were excellent. We will definitely come back here again.
A very nice park within easy walking distance to Wall Drug. We had a FHU pull thru site that was nice and long, very well maintained. The grass was neatly trimmed and the park overall was well kept. We would stay here again.
This place has so much potential, but it is being neglected. The lady sat in the office for 6 hours today watching TV, and the grass is in desperate need of mowing. The weeds are encroaching seriously on to the gravel, and the flies are horrendous. It's pretty much impossible to sit outside without being continually bothered by them. Fairly close to the highway, so there's lots of traffic noise. We won't stop here again.
This is a very nice park with a beautiful little campground. The sites are large enough to maneuver easily and there is plenty of space between you and your neighbor. It's far enough away from the Interstate that highway noise is not a big issue. We would definitely stay here again.
I don't know if 'Best' is the right word to use in the campground name. The campground is average, and hasn't seen any work on weeding or grass trimming for quite some time. The sites are not level at all, and they are fairly close together. Roadways are in dire need of maintenance. The office staff are extremely helpful and accommodating. The wi-fi is exceptional. I would look around Branson if we come to this area again to see what other options are available.
This is a very nice park, but it looks like it needs to have a little TLC applied. Grass areas were unkempt and weedy, and the sites were far from level. The roadways are in need of repair, and I have never seen speed bumps so drastic at any place we've ever been (they are extreme to say the least). The trees are nice, and the location is quiet. There are many monthly renters, but their sites were well kept. They charge an additional $2 if you use a credit card for payment - that's fairly old school in my books. We would stay here again.
This is our second stay at this park. We were here 5 years ago, and our experience this time was just as positive as the last. The sites are very well laid out and our site (#21) was very private. The grounds are very well kept, and the power is very stable. We would definitely stay here again.
I am tough with my ratings, but it was hard not to give this place a perfect 10 (which I withheld only because there is no pool). The new management took over in April and this campground is almost perfect. Beautiful large shade trees, far enough off the Interstate so that there's no noticeable road noise and quite possibly the cleanest restrooms and showers that I've seen in North America. The sites are large, almost all pull-throughs, the grass is well kept and the park is quite pristine. We will definitely stay here again. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
Sites are large and well spaced, but the campground is fairly close to I-90 so there is a lot of highway noise. Pool and washrooms are beautiful, people are fantastic. We would stay here again. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
This is a typical KOA - high priced, sites are close together and the surroundings look old and tired. There are many long term campers at this place and it looks generally run down. There was a large dead tree branch hanging down in my site (dragging on my trailer roof) which I took care of but the work kampers didn't seem to care. I was hoping for better but once again was let down by the KOA experience. We won't be back.
We stayed in a water/power site for one night. This place is a little gem on the prairie. The sites are well spaced out so you're not on top of your neighbor. Lots of trees, just a nice little spot. We will definitely stay here again. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
Sites are level with a small chunk of grass at each one. I am getting tired of all the extra fees that KOA is charging, such as kids and extra adults, but that is the KOA mantra. At this KOA we had pre-payed through our reservation but were surprised to learn upon arrival that we had to pay an additional $2 for cable TV. Really? Come on KOA, nobody charges extra for cable TV anymore. We try to avoid KOA just for this reason.
This is a quiet, lovely state park that is currently under-utilized. The sites are well laid out and most of them are very private. The wind, when it blows, tends to howl through here as you are fairly unprotected up on the ridge. The only disappointment is that, in addition to the camping fee, you must purchase a daily park pass for $7 per day. In most other state parks the campground fees are all-inclusive, so this was a bit of a surprise. Rate shown includes the daily fee as well as the reservation fee.
Many reviewers have complained about the 'gravel lot' style of this campground. Quite honestly, this is a nicely laid out park with huge pull through sites. There are back-in sites along the south fence with beautiful green grass but our gravel pull through was more than ample for our needs. The sites are actually covered with washed rock, not gravel as others have stated. They are large and long with dual sewer connections to accommodate almost any configuration. There is a wonderful kids play area complete with a modern splash park. The management is very welcoming and accommodating. We will definitely stay here again.
We used this campground as our base camp to see Zion National Park as well as exploring nearby areas. We had a premium end-site which had a concrete pad, shade tree, lawn and patio area. The grounds are meticulously landscaped and everyone here was very helpful. The pool was welcome refreshment from the summer heat. The social hall is a wonderful place to go and cool off. We will definitely stay here again.
The campground overall is fairly well kept. One huge negative is the lack of insect control. We were able to walk only a few steps from our trailer before we were completely swarmed by mosquitoes. The garbage containers had not been emptied in quite some time and were overflowing. We will probably look for another place to stay next time.
This park is immaculately manicured with large, level sites that are easy to navigate. The sites and roads are all paved and there is lush grass at every site. The 'comfort stations' feature 6 individual private rooms each containing a toilet, sink and shower. The office staff was extremely friendly and helpful. We will definitely camp here again.
We have camped here many times and thoroughly enjoy this park. My rating is slightly lower this year due to the fact that the weeds are starting to take over the camp sites. A few years ago the state stopped watering the grass in the sites. Now that the majority of the grass is dead, the weeds are becoming quite prominent. It's a shame to see all the initial work of building and landscaping these sites go to waste, but it's an unfortunate reality of budget cutbacks. The rate shown reflects an additional $5 charge for out of state residents. We will camp here again.
This is a very well kept facility with caring owners who go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable. The sites are long and level, the grass is constantly being watered and cut. The pool was clear and clean. The long term sites in the campground were very well kept with no sign of clutter anywhere. Everything about this place makes you feel like coming back. We will definitely camp here again.
Don't bother with staying at this place. It appears that it was built up in phases. The first phase being absolutely beautiful - built into the trees, nice grass. These are the one in website photos. The next phases have been added over time and are really quite junky. When we arrived, there was a sign in the office window stating that the office is permanently closed and you now walk up to the residence and check-in there. The restaurant is closed and even the washrooms and laundry rooms are closed. The roads are very narrow and there are sites all over the place, wherever they could fit a trailer in between trees. There are weeds and thistles everywhere. The little bit of grass is not mowed. The place is completely full, but I think they are having money issues. Because so many things are closed they only charged us $30. We wouldn't stay here again.
This park is an old KOA that is now a Good Sam park. The owner was very helpful when we checked in and they guided us to our site. The sites are a bit short and not level side-to-side but we got our 34' rig into place just fine. The washrooms are immaculate and there are individual shower rooms for use by the campers. In order to use my GS coupon the owner insisted that I had to pay cash instead of my credit card, which does not comply with GS rules but I will ensure that GS is made aware. We will probably check out the other park in town if we are ever back this way.
We have stayed here in the past and were happy to see that the facilities are still very well maintained. The grass is lush and green at each site and the pool is as warm as a bathtub at home. There are many long-term residents but their sites are very well kept and the rigs are all newer vintage. The store is one of the best we've ever seen at any campground and the people are wonderful. We will be back again.
This park is very well kept, very quiet and absolutely beautiful. Our site had a concrete pad for our RV and a nice grassed area to sit in. There is a walking path to the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum which is, in our opinion, a 'must see' for this area. We will definitely stay here again.
This is a very nice park right on the Umpqua River in Winchester Bay. The view to the ocean is magnificent, although the wind tends to blow from sunrise to sunset. There is a fog horn at the point of the bay that sounds every 15 seconds. At first this was a bit bothersome but we stopped noticing it after a while. The sites are beautifully maintained and the wi-fi signal and speed were both excellent. We will definitely be back.
What an amazing place! Tucked into the middle of nowhere, we stayed here as a base camp to explore nearby Mount Rainer National Park. The sites are large, paved, and very level, with full hookups. The entire campground is contained within a beautiful forest adjoining a huge lake. There was no problem getting our big unit parked, and we sat by the fire enjoying the clear starlit nights. We will definitely be back.
This is an older campground that really needs some updating. Upon arrival the owner complained to me for 10 minutes about a $5 Good Sam coupon that I had. She finally honored the coupon, but this lady really needs to take a few lessons in customer service. The sites are all smaller sized with many long term tenants. We didn't enjoy our stay here at all and will find another campground if ever again in the area. Rate refelcts GS discount plus the additional $3 fee for my daughter.
This is a very nice campground in a very small little town. The sites are paved and level, and the grass is beautifully maintained. Some of the turns on the interior roads are a bit tight but we managed just fine. Rate reflects Good Sam discount, plus the additional charge for my daughter (which, in my opinion, is a complete rip-off that campgrounds have mostly all adopted now).
What a beautiful park! We stayed here for the first time ever and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. My daughter played in the creek and we enjoyed the beautiful surroundings. This place is a real gem. We will definitely be back.
As always we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this park. The sites are meticulously maintained by the camp hosts and the facilities are top notch. The only reason I did not rate this a 10 is due to the fact that sewer connections are not available. The rates are creeping up - we paid the $34 nightly fee plus $6.50 reservation fee and were then charged an additional $5 non-resident reservation fee. Seems a bit steep to me, but we will come back again just because it's such a nice place.
We have stayed here before and it is still a very nice campground. My only gripe is that KOA seems to be getting extremely pricey. For $45 we had only a power/water site and our neighbor's slide was almost touching my awning (gives you an idea of how tight the sites are). For $75 you can get a bit more room and full hookups, but I can get a 5-star hotel in Billings for that rate. Seems like this town is the place to get extremely high campground prices, and I can't understand why. We had stayed previously at another campground up the road (on the Yellowstone River, hint-hint), but the prices were not much better and you are literally facing your neighbor's rig with barely 5 feet between you. We will stay here again if we're in the area, but I hope the prices become more reasonable.
Nice park, but typically over-priced (that seems to be the standard for KOA parks lately). The site had no shade whatsoever, but it was long and reasonably level. The pool was very cold, and cable TV had a limited number of channels. The path around the lake is a nice walk. We would stay here again.
This is a nice park, although there is no shade to be found and it is right next door to the I-25 so be prepared for the highway noise. The indoor pool and hot tub are very clean and we enjoyed both of them. Staff were very helpful. We will stay here again if in the area.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. There are many campgrounds in this area, but this is one of the nicer spots. The campground is very quiet, set well back from the highway. The sites are nicely sized and reasonably level. There is neither cable TV nor off-air TV available, but not a big deal for us. The pool has some issues. It appears that there has been some frost-heaving of the pool and concrete, which broke some of the underground pool piping. Instead of jack-hammering the pool deck to properly repair the problem, the owners have 'cheaped out' and completely sealed off two of the skimmers, and run under-sized surface piping to the remaining two. The result is that the pool water is murky and the pool walls are somewhat slimy. Too bad, this would get a top notch rating otherwise.
Although the sites are completely gravel, this is a very nice KOA. The owners and staff were very helpful and friendly, the pool was great and the sites were long and level. My only complaint is the fact that you face your neighbor, which in our case was a bit uncomfortable since there was only a single BBQ grille located directly center between the two sites and our German neighbor was cooking something that smelled less then appetizing. Cable TV is not available but there are a good selection of off-air channels. We will stay here again.
This place is actually renamed to Moab Valley RV Resort. In my opinion, it is far from a "resort". The sites are shared, meaning that you face your neighbor with a small strip of grass between you (about 2 feet wide). Unfortunately we had a neighbor who was extremely friendly and always wanted to chat, meaning that we couldn't sit outside in peace unless he was away. The "resort" is immediately next to the main highway which is busy all day and all night, a very noisy place to stay. That being said, all of the places we looked at in Moab are fairly dumpy and most are near the same highway. Unfortunately the selection in town is very limited. Rate is for 3 people; they charged an extra $5 per day for my 14-year old. That's a big rip off for such a dumpy place. We won't be back.
This park is very clean and has very nice sites. I would have given it a perfect 10 rating if there were a bit more room between sites. The pool is as warm as bath water, the warmest we've ever encountered. Staff were wonderful at check in. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
This park is always a pleasure to stay at. The sites are very long and perfectly level. The grass is green and very well manicured. I asked to wash the bugs off the front of my rig and they told me to feel free to wash the entire rig if I wanted to, no extra charge. We have stayed here before and will always stay here when in the area. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
Quoted rate reflects a Good Sam discount. This is a nice campground, but it's in the middle of nowhere. Not much to do except hit the pool, which is immaculately clean and very warm. No trees around so make sure you have air conditioning. This is a nice overnight stop, we will stay here again.
This is a wonderful place to stay in Spokane. This is our second stay here in the past two years and we enjoyed it as much as before. The sites are large and well spaced apart. The campground is very quiet and there is an abundance of nature around. The suspension bridge and hiking trails are wonderful. We will always stay here when we're in the area.
This is an absolutely beautiful park. Very tranquil, has a beautiful nature trail and a waterfall right in the park. There's a small lagoon with beach area where our kids played. We had sites (444/45) for our two units were perfectly fine, although there are many that are smaller. We will be back again.
This is a nice campground but their rates are much too high. I can stay in a decent hotel for less money and not have to listen to the train and traffic noise. I don't think we can afford to stay here again.
This is a poorly maintained campground. When we arrived, it had been raining for a couple of days and the sites literally had small lakes in them. The train noise is constant and the owners need to spend more time updating the facilities instead of telling every camper how to park his rig. We won't be back.
Very clean campground but the store is closed at 7:00 and the gates are locked at the same time. Seems a bit early to me. The Wi-Fi is only available in the office, not throughout the park. They certainly charge enough money for just average amenities.
This is a beautiful park. We were in the 'A' section because the other two areas were being rebuilt after the Red River flooded this spring. The facilities are awesome, the surroundings are quiet and peaceful. This was our first stay here and we would definitely stay here again.