Older park, definitely built for 8' rigs before slide outs. Tightest we've been in quite some time. Sites quite unlevel, water pressure about 40 psi, and only two 50 amp sites (and in one site the cord is laying across the site from the junction box). Sewage all the way to the rear of the sites. Counted at least three couples who are allowed to let their dogs throughout the park off leash. Not a good experience, can't imagine trying to get in here after dark. Rate is with a Passport America rate.
All gravel, pull through sites with no cable, no WiFi, no pool. If you have slides on both sides, you'll be within 2 feet of your neighbor on your non utility side. Trust your GPS, which will take you to a locked gate (you have to call for the code) after a tough, twisty, rural ride that has no signs for this park, but plenty of no trespassing signs. You will feel like you're sinking in gravel. The father/son/grandson that run the park are very friendly. The picnic table at your site is one of the best I've ever seen. It is a very quiet park, other than the early morning permanent workers heading to the pipeline. They have done a terrific job with stonework around a water fall and pond, but its tough with all the shortcomings to give this park a very high rating. Rate paid is with Passport America.
Sites were pretty tight. No pool. Lots of rules to follow. Sites needed some upkeep as they were a mixture of mud and gravel. The Wi-Fi was some of the best we've seen for signal strength. Plenty of traffic noise. Price paid was with Passport America for a 50A site.
Average park. Close to I-35 and grocery store. Sites weren't very level, but they were manageable. Plenty of space between sites. Dog run was a little unkempt. The pool was quite a ways from anything and looked pretty small. Same with laundry, well away from sites. Management was friendly. Lost a leg of the 50a electric and they were quick to assess and fix. Price paid was with Passport America rate
Nice park, close to the highway but about 14 miles from grocery/supplies. Beautiful pool and good space layout of sites. Clubhouses for rallies were very nice. Very friendly staff and trash pickup at site. Price paid was rally rate.
Close to the highway, but little highway noise. Great park layout, dog friendly with two dog parks, very clean restroom/showers. Wi-Fi was spotty, fairly level gravel pads with a covered picnic table shelter, cable was average at best. Price paid reflects a Passport America rate.
Very nice park. Concrete pads, plenty of space and shade, clean, 3 separate dog parks, staff was very friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi is bad, it’s a hike to groceries and supplies. Would definitely camp here again when in Austin. Price paid reflects a Passport America rate.
If you stay in the "Bay" area, you'll have some spectacular views of Neuces Bay and the Corpus Christi skyline. However, this park has decided to cater more to workers and permanents than Winter Texans. Lax enforcement of the rules, overall cleanliness problems (except for the restrooms/showers which were well kept), and a park that was in serious need of a gravel. These issues hurts this park. Rate is based on a monthly stay.
Second time staying at this park for a month. There’s a sunny side and a shady side for monthly stays, we enjoy the sunny side. Restrooms/Showers always clean, close to grocery and supplies, staff very friendly, pool is wonderful. Cable is OK, TV signal not good. Close to a County Dog Park, but no pet facilities. Close enough to the beach for us. Typical of Florida campgrounds, you’re on a sandy/grass base which is level and the streets are crushed shell. (People that complain would complain that the blacktop or concrete is cracked everywhere because, IT’S ON SAND!) Would definitely stay here again.
It’s convenient, right off I-10 and right down the street from DQ, Whataburger and grocery store. Showers/restroom were very clean and the staff was friendly. Tons of material about the area at check in and also a dedicated channel to the area on the cable. No pool, no picnic tables, sites are incredibly small and not level.
This is a park for those who want to park their rig and enjoy the surrounding area. Located 10 miles from the beach, and right behind the Outlet Malls. It is designed for Elks Members, but will accommodate guests for a surcharge. The sites are spacious and very level, but close on the utility side to your neighbor. No pool, no picnic tables, no bath houses, no frills.
This is a terrific park, but it’s the destination, not necessarily the surrounding area. There’s not a pool, there’s like a water park amusement area on site. The concrete sites and roads throughout the park are wonderful. The sites are spacious and very level. Close to the highway, but not much highway noise. Camp is impeccably clean. Sure there are downsides, but we couldn’t find many.
Very nice park. Has a downside of no pool, no cable, no planned activities. Sensational view of the Mississippi River, laundry is included, sites very level and the layout was great. It’s close to grocery and supplies, but definitely a day trip through the neighborhood. This camp was very clean, had plenty of space for the sites. Lots of over nighte and when it’s dry, it’s very dusty with the four wheelers leading the new guests to their sites. Would definitely stay here again. Rate shown is monthly including electricity.
Good place for an overnight, possibly a destination to Champaign. No pool, no Wi-Fi, no picnic table, no check in materials or cable. Good layout, water pressure was OK, level long gravel sites for overnight. Decent value.
Great park. No planned activities, no cable and have a pond/beach instead of a pool. Owners are outstanding, everything is VERY clean. There are permanents, but incredibly well kept. Sites have a great deal of space, the park is close to everything and anything you would need. Wonderful experience. Rate is based on a monthly rate including electric.
Very shady campground. Billed as ‘big rig friendly,’ but pretty tight roads, turning radius. Sites and roads need some gravel, many of the sites not very level. Restrooms were very clean, pool looked nice.
This is basically a place to park your rig close to the casino. 50% of the sites have collapsed concrete, blacktop has caved in a few places, a few sites were completely blocked off for lack of water and/or electric. Looks like they had cable, now don’t but ready to add it. Wi-Fi can be picked up from Pilot on hill for $5 for 24 hours, it is not available for free in park. Our Verizon MiFi could not pick up internet, also phones were on extended network and 1X. Des Moines TV stations can be picked up, but not great. There are no restrooms/showers at park. Valet guys at check in are very nice, but would rather be parking cars than checking in RV’ers.
Before going here, get the directions either from KOA website or calling the park. Not heeding this will mean driving down a horrible gravel road for 1/2 to 3/4 mile in either direction. Mostly pull through sites (work kampers and permanents take up all but 3 backins). Sites that head Northwest are EXTREMELY skinny (tough with slides, your neighbors sewage and utilities were within 10 feet of your front door). Those that southeast or are by highway, have much more space. Everything is gravel, most sites had a slope towards the south, there is no pool. Camp staff is terrific, bathrooms were spotless, great playground, barn/rec area was spectacular. Rate is based on a monthly rate including electric.
This park has so much that COULD be terrific with some little things, and it is very reasonable with their upfront pricing. More mowing, speed bumps, some more workers, etc. It’s the advent of ala carte camping: $10 extra for a picnic table, Wi-Fi is $50 per month, per computer, ‘cable’ was a hook up to local TV stations, you were charged for your water usage with the monthly fee. On the plus side: the pool was OK, the location is close to Little Elm, the staff is very friendly and the sites had plenty of space. On the down side: the restrooms were often in disarray, the flies were awful if the wind came from the south, the FEMA trailers made you feel as if you were camping in a bone yard, the sites were deeply rutted from heavy Class A’s, there were electric outages, and was terribly understaffed. The rate quoted was a monthly rate including water and electric.
Not the best value, but what a great facility. Owner park that rents to dailies. Construction of sites, beauty of vegetation, access to beach, friendly staff -- it’s an oasis of an RV park. No wi-fi, no planned activities, and it’s a ways from any supplies/groceries are the only drawbacks from a perfect 10.
Location, location, location. A park in a great location, good rates, excellent pool, TV signal, layout, and very, very clean restroom/showers. The view across the Bay is to die for, including sunrises and sunsets. They don’t seem real bothered by the grass growing to excess, there’s no cable available, very limited camp store, sewage was often in a raised location to the spot. Rate is based on a monthly rate including electric. This park is a gold mine if they would work a little harder and invest a little more in the facilities.
Nice, overnight stop. I read reviews of lots of highway noise, but it was no more or less than others. Sites were a little spartan. There was no picnic table, no cable, it’s about 5 highway miles for supplies, and the Wi-Fi was iffy. The staff was friendly. Park lay out is good. Showers and restrooms were very clean.
Rate reflects monthly rate plus electric. There’s noise here from a local drilling rig that is an early morning wake up call and no planned activities are about the only drawbacks. It’s located right in the heart of everything, has a great pool, TV signal and pet facilities. Staff was very friendly and accommodating. Would definitely stay here again.
Rates shown here are for five weeks, plus electric. Great location, great value. Clean at all times. Cable, Wi-Fi was subpar, space allotment of sites was tight, but it’s a touristy area and that’s almost expected. Workers and owners were spectacular. Close to Opryland, downtown. Will definitely visit here again.
Pretty spartan for almost $30 per night. Water is shared at a stake, no sewage sites, and electric only. Camp hosts were friendly, sites were large, restrooms were clean as was the rest of the campground. Staying after Labor Day will mean not seeing any staff per se, no amenities here, just a place to park your rig and rough it.
Good overnight park, located right next to I-71. Main function is for trap shooting. Staff is very friendly, sites are very level. No cable or planned activities. Week days pretty desolate for other campers in September.
Park is located a ways from everything (groceries, supplies, etc) except the highway. Great pool, nice owners, fairly level sites throughout. No cable or over the air signal for TV, satellite is a challenge. Very good for an overnight, would use for a long term destination if you really wanted to get away from it all (minus the highway noise).
Nice park located in close proximity to Albuquerque off I-40, fairly close to groceries, supplies, etc.. Great layout, very clean, good pet facilities, very level sites with gravel or concrete pads. In the “older section”, shrubs and huge picnic tables took up much of the usable space outside the rig. Daily continental breakfast was nice for the overnighters, but otherwise no planned activities. Rate above is a monthly rate including electric used.
Terrific park for snowbirds. Outstanding owner, great entertainment and activities, friendly staff, good amount of space, very clean facilities. There are some drawbacks that keep us from giving a 10 (no cable/over air TV, about 25 minutes to good groceries), but this park has got to be at the top of your list if you’re going to be staying in Tucson.
Just became a KOA, so there’s some bugs to work out. Nothing in the store, no planned activities, no cable. Incredibly friendly staff, good water pressure and Wi-Fi, concrete pads that were very level. Stayed out on the point in an “upgraded” site -- beautiful view, but might be the windiest place on earth. Not for Winter Texans, but a good stop for a week or less.
Request the upper section, sites 1-13 or 23-39, sites are spacious, close to pool/office, nice bark park and a very friendly staff. Park is laid out in two sections split by creek. Bark park is a nice walk to the lower section. Deluxe sites there looked awful vs. upper sites. Park was in need of some gravel, not many planned activities. Great overnight stop or week long stay site.
Close to Wal-Mart, good TV signal are about the only positives. Very close to I-70: road noise is a big issue. Ruts in roads are ankle snappers if you walk much. Pool was nice, but grass around concrete and only 4 chairs. Sites not level, staff seemed to cater to monthly residents vs. over nighters. Good for an overnight stay, but can’t recommend for much longer. Bottom 10 of all KOA’s we’ve ever stayed at (and we’re KOA VIP members, not bashers). My advice is to look elsewhere if staying in Kansas City for more than an overnight.
Good, clean KOA park. Showers, laundry were immaculate, good on site amenities and spacious sites. No cable, check in procedure was a bit awkward. Stayed here for a week, great place to stay in Rapid City.
Nice pool, good on site amenities, great layout, very clean camp. No cableTV. Park is quite a ways from grocery and supplies. There are no planned activities and the very tight sites (except for the patio sites) were a drawback.
Great location right along the banks of the Mississippi. 17 sites are “riverview” and $2/night more. Shared water with other sites, no sewage, 50 amp was available. Party central on the weekends for the beach with boaters and locals might be an issue with some. Well patrolled on land and water by local, county and state police. Has to be mentioned: had first theft (gas can) in six years of RV’ing here.
Good stop over or weekend park. Plenty of activities (hiking, biking, golf, horses, boating) to keep active. No TV reception or Wi-Fi, and come well stocked because the nearest ‘anything’ is at least 15 miles. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited. Sites were large and level, camp was kept clean. Very few sites (10%) with full hoookups, most all were electric only.
Smaller park than expected, not as many children as you would anticipate. Nice sites other than ruts in the sand sites, fully paved one were available. Staff was very friendly. 6 miles from Disney World, 10 miles to Universal. Excellent bark park. Pool and hot tub is open 24 hours. Kissimmee Municipal Airport and helicopter tours might bother some.
Stayed here for a week the summer of 2009. Pool wasn't functional. Not really under construction, just torn up. Seemed to not have enough staff to keep up with keeping the park clean. Sites were OK. They did have a small bark park. Neighborhood was tough. OK for an overnight stop, but can't recommend it for a longer stay.