This is a very well run national park. The setting is spectacular and while the sites are impoverished with respect to power/water, the shower/bathroom facilities are nice and the general store and laundry are great. In all one of the best stays we've ever had anywhere.
This campground has a number of minuses and one huge plus. The grounds themselves are a bit run down and the sites are small and dusty. The bathrooms were utterly disgusting; worse than a bad gas station. (None of my family would shower there once in the 3 days we spent.) But the mineral hot springs pool that is part of the camp is magnificent. It's huge and has 3 sections, hot, hotter and really really really hot. It's almost magical and my kids and I spent hours were day just bobbing and drifting in the water talking with the other guests. So if you can hack a really gross bathroom (or you travel "self contained") definitely consider this place.
This campground was strange; spread out over close to a mile along a highway. The surroundings are spectacular, but the sites and the campground itself is very unimpressive. There were few services and the bathrooms were not cleaned often. There are a number of other nearby (within ½ mile) RV parks and I would consider checking those out carefully before staying here.
This KOA is not pretty. It’s set in a large, flat, open space in the middle of a suburban neighborhood. But the bathrooms were very clean and there is a public pool less that 1 block away. In all, a fine place to stay over while driving, but not a multi-day destination.
This was one of the best parks we stayed at during our 3 month trip. Clean, has a pool and an indoor hot tub. The showers and toilet areas were nice. There seemed to be a few semi-permanent folks but the sites were clean and well maintained.