A nice KOA with lovely shade trees. All of the sites are pull-through between 50 and 75 ft. Our site was level, however I would have liked a gravel pull-through. It rained and caused some mud. Camp store was tasteful. There are some points of interest around Cordele. Andersonville Civil War Prison, Plains GA - Home of President Jimmy Carter. Electrical, water, sewer and TV in the middle of your space. The pedestal was painted a bright yellow and clean!
Older park - it was for one night and I thought I would have to use all of blocks to level, but did not use any. Another surprise power, water and sewer hookup the best in a long time! Owners friendly. Yes, traffic noise but I soon loss awareness of it. I would return.
I have to agree with maneuvering in this park it is tight. Long term residents could be a little neater. I would say this is a Blue Collar camp ground. It seems multiple couples come for crabbing: the aromas! Wonderful. I have been in more expensive and larger parks and did not get the value I received here. It is a good park and I will return in the future.
This is a delightful park. The owner/staff very helpful: low key. My site did not have a picnic table. I called and in about half an hour one was delivered. Our site was level, hookups outstanding: power and water pedestal above average. The town of Silverton is cute and no Wal-Mart! That is great because the mom n pop shops prevail. Be sure to view the murals through out the town. Oh: the ACE is a marvel! My rating reflects the no restrictions on PA discount.
A new KOA, three years old. A little to close to the interstate. Paid for a Deluxe site 30/50 and was put into a 30 AMP site. Requested a new site. Be sure you ask for a 50 AMP site. Outstanding TV Cable. It had over 60 channels including ScFi and Program Guide. Distractions were unlevel site both times: had to use three tiers of blocks to level Left/Right. Tables needed to be re-stained. Long term residents look like Hoovervilles. Owners were friendly, but a little resentful when I asked for a new site, pointing out dog waste at the first site. I had to back my fiver into the road so I could build my ramp and was told I had to move forward. ??
A wonderful location if you want to visit Temple Square. The LDS church provides a free pick up and return van. Our site was level, and long enough so we did not have to unhitch. Grass, Grass and wonderful trees. Good to excellent space between units. Long term residents where also neat - it was big propane pig that gave them away as you drove to your site. They have 12 ft tall wash bays to wash you RV and truck! Yes, you can come in off the street and do your thing! The only item that prevented them from a 10 was the poor TV cable they provided - snowy in the lower channels - I assume they have telephone cable from their telephone service. Any time we are traveling through Utah we will stay here- we enjoyed the tranquility at the KOA and at Temple Square.
A well thought out RV Park with concrete sites between lots of grass and attractive trees. Plenty of space between RVs, excellent hook ups. Wi-Fi and cable were excellent. A family park with the convenience of the casino. Enjoyed dinner and and ten dollars of their money to gamble. Only one minor draw back - ducks and geese - be careful where you walk. 35 ft Fiver and truck had plenty of room to move about. used my Camp Club USA - cost $15 a day for a limit of three days.
YES! A gem in the rough is the best way to describe this small, but very attractive RV Park. A short distance from Portland, yet in the country. Plenty of space between sites with grass. Some puddles when raining, but enjoyable for us Arizonians. We had fun reuniting our child self with puddles! Friendly staff and just a nice park for our needs. CampclubUSA gave us 50% up to 2 weeks. Strong WiFi. Wife judges a park by it's laundry and this has one of the best! DO Not use Exit #22 from I-84. YES: use Exit #18. Tads Chicken 'n Dumplings on Historic RT #30 is an excellent place for dinner. We will return to this park when we come to visit our daughters in Portland.
This camp ground should be the model for all other campgrounds need to meet. The owners did their homework and provides a top hat experience. Super pull throughs, excellent utilities pod on a complete concrete apron for you RV. OUTSTANDING Wi-Fi - extremely fast and a 57 channel cable! We used our Campclub USA card for three days.
This RV Park is very good. We arrived off season and picked our Full Service site, then walked over to the Cabela Store to pay. With my Good Sam's membership I saved $ 5.00. If I had a Cabela Credit Card I think the site would have been like $ 17.00. Yes! Wide and Long sites with full hook up, cable TV and Wi-Fi. Hook ups logically placed for most RV. No very long runs for sewer. The only draw back is the road noise from I-80. Oh! Do note there are warning signs for Rattle Snakes and location signs for Tornado Shelters in the park. Yes, I did some shopping. Lots of man toys! Cabela's Corporate HQ is just down the block from the Store and RV Park.
KOA's have a high level of known facilities that are clean and safe. This KOA is no exception. There are plenty of different levels to choose from, we pampered ourselves and took a 50 Amp site with patio and patio furniture. Price dropped a ten (rating) to a nine. Our previous night was a ten for facility and price. We were here for two nights as we transferred our AZ for SD drivers licenses and pick up our mail.