This park is next door with a walking trail access to the Evergreen Air and Space Museum. Sites are level concrete with lots of space between. Friendly staff but the 10 rating is for the bath/showers. Clean as can be and the only place I have ever been that had cotton towel bath mats for each user. Nice touch for cold tile floor mornings. Yeah, real tile floors in the rooms. Outstanding. Stays there in a teardrop.
Beautiful setting just to the west of Provo and BYU. Rustic setting among mature trees. Very quite. Gravel with grass in between. Some of the sites look to be a bit tight especially is you have sliders. Restrooms were clean, but a bit dated with one of the three showers out of service on the mens side.
Large paved sites with gravel around the outside. Newer park so the trees haven't yet matured. Gave this a 10 for the restrooms/showers. Immaculate. Tiled floors and they give you a cotton towel bath mat, use one from the stack and put it in the use hamper, to keep your feet dry and warm on the tile. Absolutely spotless.
Great park for being close to Seattle. Surrounds two lakes that were created from a peat bog dig years ago. Pretty quite though you hear a bit of road noise. Limits number of cable channels so bring your dish.
Nice park just west of Missoula. Sites were gravel, level, surrounded by grass and great trees. Good room for those with sliders. Restrooms/ showers were clean. Staff was helpful. Stayed there in a teardrop.
As previously stated it is a small campground and if you have pop outs then would be very tight. All gravel, no grass, no picnic tables, no fire pit, just gravel. To the west of the pull in sites there are sites for tents and there must have been two dozen squeezed in. The showers/toilets must be at the far end of the park. But in torrential rain I didn't make that journey. There were two porta-johns, not sure if the camp hosts are responsible but they were trashed inside. One was so bad that stuff was on the floor in front of the actual toilet. Most disgusting situation for a porta-john. Good news is the town has a visitor center a block east, closer than the bathrooms in the park, which are fine. Did get one bar on Verizon but it was weak LTE and sometimes switched to a roaming connection. Won't go back. Just wasn't a whole lot of fun. And at $35 you should expect more.
This campground is a 10. Nearly all of the sites have big mature trees. Sites are level. Each with a picnic table and fire ring. Best of all is the amount of space. Probably 50+ feet between sites if not more. Plenty of places to walk. Lots of birds if that is your thing. Solid Verizon signal. Only vault toilets but they were very clean. But come stocked up as there is only a small grocery in Briggsdale.
Larimer County runs several RV campsites. This is one of two near Rocky Mountain National Park. Great thing is the price. I was in my teardrop camper and self contained so used a tent site for $27 for the night. Full hook ups are $37. There are two sets of restrooms and in one of the back sections I saw a porta potty. That is probably the only downside for the camp. The spaces on the perimeter are widely spaced, some have trees and shade. All have picnic table and fire pit. Starting next week you should plan on reservations through the fall. Since one of the NPS camps is closed again this year. There is also a smaller companion park a bit further south.
The staff was friendly and the store had a lot variety. Interesting park layout. The back-ins look to be tight if you have slide outs with very little space between neighbors. There are 3 tiers. Across from the back-ins on each tier are parallel park sites. I had one of those for my teardrop. I commented that it looked like they had more cabins than RV spots and turns out that is accurate. This is a fair price as other spots in town outside the national park are more expensive.
A gem of a park. Lots of trees and shade. Large open areas of grass with picnic tables. Covered patio deck with tables off of the back of the office in case of rain. Large gravel spots, plenty of room and extremely level. Hosts were very cordial. Would definitely go back if in the area.
The Richfield KOA is located in a residential area and is very quite. Location is good as it is midway between the north and south ends of town for restaurants and shopping. Park was clean, restrooms were spotless, and the hosts were friendly.
The Oasis is a large well maintained park. Restrooms were very clean. Reported a broken shower head and by the next morning it was replaced. Only complaint was when I asked about checking out but parking my 10 foot teardrop for a few extra hours the rate was nearly the same as an extra night. This despite many service vehicles and trailers from vendors servicing the park.
Decided after a bit of cabin fever I would take my Camp-Inn teardrop out for a close by over nighter. This is a nice park north of Denver. Sites are HUGE. Probably at least 50 feet between sites. Most have a sheltered picnic table. About 50/50 electric or full hookup. Price this time of year was $20 for the electric only sites. First come first serve but plenty of open spots on a Friday evening. Only downside was that the main restroom facility is partially closed. Men/Women closed but the family bathroom open. Of course that means everyone is using one bathroom so if someone is taking a shower you are out of luck. On one of the other loops there is a vault toilet so at least there is a backup.
This was off season for the campground and they only have dry camping. So no power, water or restrooms. I wanted to watch the debates and the cable and WiFi was still working so I setup. I was the only person there. Nice level sites, huge KOA that winds back into the hills. Very close to Mt Rushmore. Stayed there in a Camp-Inn teardrop trailer.
Really nice KOA. Bit of highway noise but not to bad. Many sites had grass to the sides. Like a lot of Wyoming locations there are lots of long term folks that are working the oil and pipeline projects so could be challenging getting a site without a reservation during the 'season'. Staff was extremely helpful. Rate is for a tent camper since I didn't need any services with my teardrop. Would definitely go back.
This park is located on a hillside behind the motel. Out of the 35 sites only a couple were available since the remainder are being used by long term folks, primarily workers for the oil and pipeline project in Wyoming. Found this situation at other Wyoming sites during this trip. Bathrooms were clean. Electric and cable were ok and my site had water that I didn't use. Sites are very very tight and are gravel only. Tight turns would be challenge with large rigs. Looked like most trailers were in the 30 ft range. Was there in a Camp-Inn teardrop.
Stay at Ridgway nearly every year about this same time to shoot the fall colors. This year only stayed one night since it was way past peak for the colors. No problem getting a site since the park at this time of year is pretty empty. Drive the loops and find a spot that you like. Main bathroom does have showers but out on the loop B where I was located it was just a simple restroom with the prison style toilets. Everything was clean.
Great remote location in the heart of the Rockies near Telluride and Wilson Mesa. This is a NSF site so not much in the way of amenities. I was there to shoot the fall colors but missed the window by a couple of weeks. Restrooms were closed, vault toilets, but they had portal potties at each of the restroom locations. Actually was able to connect via Verizon using a booster amp. But no over air TV.
Nice clean KOA. Staff friendly. Others suggested staying towards the back due to road noise so that's what I did. Still hear it a bit if you are outside but not annoying. Bathrooms were immaculate as typical for the KOA's I've stayed at.
Really nice park just north of Durango. Lots of shaded sites. Restroom/showers/laundry were clean and in top condition. Great park if you have dogs as they have a wide open area for your dogs to play. Location is just across the street from the Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge rail line. It is about 30 minutes train time if you want to see the trains go by (8:30am departure comes by about 9am, around 5:00 pm for the returns in the evening).
As others have said the first night is free. I remembered this park from a previous pass through the area and stopped to take a mid-day break. Basically it is a large gravel lot. Spaces are back in only. Very dusty with any wind. They used to have some picnic tables but there were none in place. Some construction by the city going on on the perimeter so maybe they have been removed for the work. Not all sites have hook ups. Check the website for details.
Typical KOA. Sites pretty close together. Wi-Fi went down and could not get AT&T signal and poor Verizon so out of luck for being online. No help to fix from the front desk. Location close to the highway so you do get highway noise.
Found this using All Stays app on my iPad. Water is off for the season. They have started a remodel on a large number of electric only sites that will be electric/water next year. Easy setup. Wi-Fi was solid and you have a nice view of the lake from a large number of sites.