Rate reflects Good Sam discount. The staff was very nice, the park is fine. The sites are "head-in" rather than "back-in". Space was a little tight for tow cars, so when driving the roads in the park, you have to navigate around cars/trucks that weren't pulled into the site well. The free Wi-Fi was spotty, but good to have. Good cable TV. Water pressure was high--needs a regulator. We were in Moab to visit Arches and Canyonlands parks. There were other RV parks in the area that were more handy for visiting the parks, so we might not stay here again - although it did serve our needs well. Restaurant across the street had bad service and food not very good, but we did really enjoy the Moab Diner in town. Site 611 looked like one of the nicest sites if you don't need a pull-through.
This is a nice RV park - although we are here in the off season, so it is not crowded. Might not be as pleasant during the high season. Nice pine trees and roomy gravel sites. Good free Wi-Fi (no cable though, and we only got a few TV stations on the antenna.) We do get cell service here. Everything you could possibly need is on-site including grocery store, souvenirs, two laundries, and two restaurants - although they can be expensive (groceries in particular). We ate at the buffet-style restaurant, and it was good, but nothing fancy. Bryce Canyon is wonderful - one of the most beautiful spots on earth.
Clean but very small state park. Sites paved, only one hiking trail (up the side of a mesa - hubby decided against it.) There were some examples of petrified wood, which was interesting. The lake was extremely low when we went - more of a puddle. No cell signal, but were able to get TV on the antenna. The park also surprisingly had free Wi-Fi, but not a great signal. We were in site 20, which was a nice site, although they all looked pretty good (some rather small).
Fee reflects Good Sam discount. This is a very nice RV park on the edge of town in Torrey. Several good restaurants are close, and the park serves dinner and breakfast on request. Nice store on site, and a hairdresser too (need to reserve - we were unable to get an appointment at a convenient time.) Beautiful view of the cliffs from our site (#16). Capital Reef park was great - take time to visit the small historical museum and gift shop - we asked the shopkeeper about the weavings, and she stopped and gave us a demonstration! Slackers Burger shop in Torrey had great burgers.
We loved this KOA - hosts were friendly, and our site (#65 - ask for it if possible) was beautiful, surrounded by trees and private. Good cable and good Wi-Fi. We stayed two nights, and enjoyed the Durango-Silverton railroad as well as our visit to Mesa Verde. Good restaurants within an easy drive downtown. (We loved Ken and Sue's restaurant, and College Drive Cafe for breakfast.) The managers have a garden on site with fresh veggies and herbs available for guests. (Other good campsites: 66, 53-56.)
Nice park with great amenities. We were just passing through Santa Rosa, but it is a nice little town on Historic Route 66. Free Wi-Fi and cable TV. They have a barbecue restaurant on site that will deliver to your site on request. Trains did run at night close to the park, so if you are a light sleeper, it could wake you up.
We loved this park! The lake level was good when we were here, we were able to fish and also to go out in the canoe. There are canoe rentals. This is a great park for biking - there is a nice long trail around the outside of the park, not paved, but stamped down well enough to be rideable even with city bikes. Also, plenty of paved street riding. The waterfront sites are really nice if you get here early enough to snag one - plenty of room, some shade, but nice sunny grassy areas too. The woodsy sites are nice too though. The park across the street (Brackenridge) is nice too, but we love state parks. Edna has a good tex-mex restaurant about 10 minutes away (Pinto Bean), and Prasek's Smokehouse up on Hwy 59 is one of the nicest travel stops in the area (great bathrooms, yummy food, good shopping.)
Park was beautiful, well maintained and the owner/operators were very friendly and helpful. Loved our site, it was very easy to get in and out of, and very level. The sites are spacious, and there are nice trees (not so many that we couldn't get the antenna to work - we were able to get some TV stations.) The campground's Wi-Fi worked great. We didn't use the laundry, but it was nice, and was open till 10pm.
This is a lovely well-maintained park in a convenient location in Madison. Right down the street from a Wal-Mart, but it still seems far away from the city. The park is on the Capitol City Hike and Bike Trail, and there are also trails in the park itself. We would stay here again.
This was a great campground - our site was very level and spacious. Each site had a fire ring with benches on 2 sides of it, as well as a picnic table, all in very good shape. There is a creek for canoeing, trails that are good for mountain bikes or hiking. Nice small park - close to Big Thicket and to several cities/towns for restaurants. Try Larry's French Market and Cajun Restaurant in Groves - great crayfish.
Beautiful wooded park on a lovely lake. Playground, boat and fishing docks, swimming area, lots of hiking and bike trails. We were at a large and well-placed site right across from the lake (site 155). Many of the sites are not level - come prepared to level your rig (that's the only reason I didn't give the park a rating of 10). We will definitely come here again.
We enjoyed this campground very much for our weekend trip . There was plenty to do with the lake for fishing, boating and swimming, picnic areas and hiking. It was a good park for riding our bikes. As the previous reviewers mentioned, you can hear the plant and trains while in the park, but it was not bothersome at all. We enjoyed visiting Tyler and Henderson while we were in the area. The rangers at the park were very helpful and nice. We would definitely stay here again.
We really enjoyed our stay at this park, however, we were unable to reach the water connection at our site with our hose. The site we were in was very spacious (site 18), and we were able to get both broadband and satellite reception. The park had great walking trails, and an Audubon museum. For bird watchers, it was a thrill to walk in the same woods as John James Audubon. We would stay here again.
The sites were all squished together, were not at all level, and the electric and water connections were not within reach of the sites in all cases. It looked like there were a few around the edges of the campground that might have been OK. This was a very small campground, with a nice golf course, and a historical home to tour. However, due to the design of the campsites, we would not stay here again.
This park is not closed for renovations: the visitor's center is still being renovated, but the RV sites are complete and absolutely beautiful. Sites are level and well-designed. We had no trouble getting satellite service (in site 11), but the people across the road from us weren't able to get a signal through the trees. We were also able to get a signal for our Verizon broadband, but it was slow. There is a lot to do at the park: several well-maintained walking trails, the diamond mine, a lovely swimming pool (not open at this time of year.) Highly recommend.