Very nice park on a hillside, gravel roads and sites, level, good maneuvering room. Well run and maintained, cleanest rest rooms and showers we have seen. Very quiet. A bit dusty and no shade, but those are characteristics of the area and not the park. Stayed a week to visit our son on the way to Utah and then 3 more nights on our return trip. We will stay here again. (caution -- windy all the time, don't put out your awning).
Small simple park but great for over-night. A few shaded spots but 3 miles from I-40 near a residential section and very quiet. Gravel roads and spots, fairly level, plenty of pull-thru's. Registration was DIY by phone when the owner was not there but it worked out fine. We had a hard time finding a decent overnight stop in middle of Arkansas, but would stay here again.
Our first overnight stay on a 23 day trip and a bit disappointing. Arrived night before Memorial day and office was closed the whole time we were there, including Memorial day. Instructions on door to pick a spot and put your money in the box. No acknowledgement of our reservation; good thing we got there before they filled up. Tight roads and hard to tell which utilities went to which spot, and some utilities incomplete. So close to I-40 that we could feel the vibration of trucks passing as we slept. We did not stay here on the return trip.
Good choice for pull-thru if you are traveling - easy access from I-40 but right next to interstate and a bit of noise but not terrible. I would guess half the campers were just there one night but several appear permanent. Folks are very friendly and helpful, escort you to site, well maintained and neat. We stayed both ways on trip out west. Be careful of campgrounds in Amarillo - there are a lot of feed lots, railroads, and airports, and apparently land is cheap next to those. This was the best location I could find to avoid that. We would certainly stay here again.
Our first visit to a KOA and very impressed. About 3 miles away from I-40, on a hill and in the trees, very cool and quiet. Very nice playground and pool - obviously kid friendly. Most roads paved, gravel sites, they escort you to site and help you back in. Very relaxed atmosphere, very nice and helpful. Porch with rocking chairs at the office building. We stayed 1 night on our way out west and again on the return, and considered staying there longer. Definitely stay there again.
We were a bit disappointed in the city of Moab, but the campground was nice. Sits on an incline with gravel roads and terraced camp sites. Plenty of room to maneuver and some sites have shade. Location has some industrial activity around it and a small bit of road noise that we got used to. We shortened our reservation after we got there and they were very cooperative and nice about that. We stayed 3 nights.
Views are spectacular! The campground is in a box canyon and by far the most scenic campground we have ever seen. This is a 1 or 2 night destination so lots of camper turn-over but it seemed to be well managed and organized. Level spaces, good gravel roads, enough room to maneuver. We and neighbors all had snowy TV cable but the view was so nice it was hard to complain. Tents, motor homes, motorcycles, etc., all segregated to areas that suited their needs. We stayed 2 nights and would definitely do it again.
Exceptionally nice and friendly. Good camp store, wide gravel roads, easy to maneuver, level sites, unbelievable view. We arrived about 5 minutes after closing time but THEY CALLED US to see where we were and waited for us. Good base camp for Capital Reef NP (about 10 miles) and Bryce via scenic highway 12 (about 100 miles). Real grocery store 15 miles west at Lola. We stayed 4 nights and wished we could have stayed longer.