This park is very well-maintained with easy access to town. The bathrooms were clean, but very outdated and a little creepy. Concrete pull-thru pad made set up easy. It would be nice to have wifi for the price, but free internet access is available at the local visitor's center. Beware that if you use your GPS to find this place that you will get lost and get routed down some terrible, narrow, bumpy roads.
I will preface this review by saying this was our first stay at a KOA. I'm not a big fan of paved parking lots disguised as RV parks, and that's just what it is. The highway noise was very loud. Bathrooms were clean, but in need of updating. Easy highway access and weak wifi, but no cable. Spots are very close together and what would normally be grass is filled in with pea gravel. I thought this was park was overpriced.
Quiet location with easy access to town. The cleanest bathrooms I have ever seen and a friendly, helpful staff. As stated in other reviews, this is not a fancy resort park, but gravel and dirt with native plants that are not manicured. It's the desert, so you can't really expect green grass and trees. Beautiful views and not a "parking lot" feel like at many RV parks. We'd stay there again.
Easy access off I-40, but that also means there is a lot of highway noise. Clean park with wide gravel driveways and many pull-thrus. The bathrooms are clean, but there are no private dressing areas once you get out of the shower. Kitschy western theme with an impressive gift shop. Good place for an overnight.
Nice, clean park with many pull-through sites. The lake front sites were full, but we found several large, treed sites available that were quiet and comfortable. Some site have sewer hook-ups, and dump stations are available. Good hiking trails are located in the park and a Walmart is just 10 minutes away in Independence if you need supplies.