A great park for visiting the Minneapolis/St Paul Area. Some sites are a little tight but most have plenty of space. It is a small quiet campground which is very well maintained by a friendly helpful staff. We will definitely be using this park again as we travel to the area quite often to visit family.
We used this for an over night as we traveled from Denver to the Midwest. As we generally find for over nights on the road; near the hi-way is most important. Like most KOA's the spaces are tight but the park was clean and the staff was friendly and helpful. However, we would only stop here again if we were in need of an overnight stop.
We generally stay at Cherry Creek whenever we visit the Denver area. It is a wonderful state park given the urban location. Lots of space (sites and the overall park) and extremely well maintained. Years ago we stayed at different private RV parks in the area and there is simply no comparison for our needs and preferences.
We stayed here one night on our way home from the east coast. The park was clean and staff was helpful. We did not use any of the facilities, sine we were in late and out early. However, it looked well maintained and we would stay here again if we needed a single night or if had reason to be in the area for a few days.
We have stayed here previously while visiting the DC area. This trip we spent 4 nights at the park. Each time we find more improvements. The grounds are very well maintained and the staff is as good as you will find. Most sites are very roomy and the pull through site we had this trip was extra large. We will return here when we are visiting the area again as it is not only well located, it is one of the best large city RV parks we have ever found.
We spent 7 nights here while visiting the Burlington area. The campground has the benefit of a great location and is generally well maintained. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We did not have a full hook up site, so used the showers Unfortunately, due to the heavy use and age, the shower house was less than clean and could certainly use some updating. Our bigger concern though was the amount of noise (several nights we were kept awake by noisy campers/party's well past mid night). The space was also a big problem for us. In 7 nights there was never a time we could have used our fire pit because other units were too close. Further, the park did not seem to enforce it's one vehicle per site rule. More than once we had to park away from our site because of other cars. Because of these issues we will probably only return here if we are able to reserve a full hook-up site. They have a little more space and are away from the noisy sections of the campground.
We stayed here one night on our way to Vermont. We found it to be a very nice KOA with a helpful staff and clean well maintained grounds. While we probably would stay for an extended period, we would certainly make it a one night stop if passing through the area.
We stayed here for a week while visiting the area. Normally we do not stay at KOA other than overnights. However, we were very pleased with this park. Great staff, well maintained and super location for visiting DC, Baltimore and Annapolis. Our site was a little close to other units but more than acceptable. The price is a more than we are used to, but after checking other options it seems to be what you have to pay in the area. We will definitely stay here again.
Stayed here for an overnight. The park looks to be well maintained although we did not use any of the facilities. That being said there were a number of small things that soured our opinion of the park. First the sites were small and not level. The park is on a hill and everything is at a slope. We could not fully extend our entry stairs and because of the narrow site were not able to get the trailer level. The hook ups were poorly laid out. Electric and sewer on one side and water on the other. I had 50 ft of electric cord so could make that connection, but only had one section of hose so had to really play around with positioning to make it reach. Finally, the park is very close to the highway (although you have to travel some narrow back roads to get there). As a result the road noise was very loud all night. We will look for another option when in the area again.
We stopped for one night while returning home from the east. Park was very clean and well maintained. There is no store to speak of and we did not use any of the other facilities. We were disappointed with the Wi-Fi as it was less than reliable. About half the park appears to be permanent units, but they all looked clean and and well kept. Our site was easy to access and very level. We will use this park again if traveling through or even if we were staying in the area for few days.
Stayed here for a week while visiting the Ludington area. Great location and despite being "in town" the park was not noisy even with the holiday weekend. The sites were pretty well spaced and fairly level. We made a late reservation so had a limited selection of sites but still found one that worked well. Great staff and very well maintained park. Will definitely stay here again when in the area.
Stayed here for a quick one night stop on our way across Nebraska. We did not use any of the facilities, but the park looked well maintained. Our site had easy access and was very level. Good Wi-Fi connection. We will definitely look at stopping here again if we need a overnight stop or had a reason to stay in the area for a few days.
We stopped here for a one night on our way out west. Very rough gravel roads into our site, which was not very level. We did not use any of the facilities (store, pool, washrooms etc) so can not comment on them, but our main complaint was the noise. All kinds of noise until late into the night. We even had a visit from someone soliciting some kind of product at 9:30 at night. Although it was just a one night stop we would probably look for another option when crossing Nebraska.
We were very disappointed with what we thought would be a quality park for a short three day visit to the San Antonio area. The sites were tight with little room between units. The wi-fi was an extra daily fee which we have never incurred before. Water pressure was an issue (lack of). Finally I know location is an individual preference, but it seemed all the area tourism activities we were there for were always 30 - 45 minutes away. We will look for another option when visiting San Antonio again.
Another quick overnight stop for us. Friendly staff. This is a small park in the middle of town. There is a small river that runs alongside the grounds but does not add much. The sites are very tight but fairly level. Since we came in late and left early we did not use any of the facilities. It worked for an overnight and we would probably return if traveling through again.
A quick overnight stop during which we did not use any of the facilities except to register. The staff was friendly and the main building was clean. The site was no more than a gravel parking lot, with just enough space to put out our slides and have a table between us and the next unit. This was sufficient for an overnight but that is probably the only reason we would return again.
Our experience with KOA's has been that they are generally OK for overnight stops but do not offer much more for us. This Park is an exception. It is a wonderful little park, well maintained and managed by a very friendly and helpful staff. The park has of course all the typical KOA facilities (cabins, pool, game room, c-store), none of which we needed for an overnight, but they all seemed to be in good shape and clean. The restrooms and showers were also very nice. The grounds were very well maintained. As is typical the sites were fairly tight, but more than sufficient. We would definitely stay here again.
We normally do not look for much for a quick overnight stay. However, this park really did not meet our low expectations. The sites were very tight and the pads were to narrow for us to get both sides on it. Thus we had a difficult time getting our unit level (actually never did). During our stay we never saw a staff person after we checked in. The grounds were little more than a parking lot with a little grass and a few small trees. Maintenance did not appear to be a priority. There is an indoor pool but we never checked it out. If we needed an overnight stop in the area again, we would look for another option.
This is a very interesting RV Park. It has some history as an actual ranch many years ago. The park is very large with acres of open space. The area we stayed in was very wooded and had very large sites, more like you would find in a state park. The pads in our area were gravel, but were well maintained and we had no problem leveling our unit. The facilities were wonderful, although we spent much of our time in Custer State park and the surrounding National Forest. They did have a good c-store. It is a little pricey but we would certainly return when visiting the area attractions.
This was probably the most friendly staff of any park we have ever stayed. The sites were fairly well sized and there is some shade throughout the grounds. The office, restrooms, and showers were clean and well maintained. There was also a laundry facility although we did not use it since we were there only one night. The highlight of the one night stay was the $1 bowls of ice cream in the evening which brought many of the guests out of their units for little social time. As the park's name implies there were several deer in the area which made for a pleasant evening. Although we stayed for only one night we would stay longer if we ever had reason to visit the area again.
Another quick overnight stop at a KOA. As we find with most KOA's the staff was very friendly and helpful, but the sites were very tight and small. Our first site would not hold our unit (34 ft) so they gladly moved us although the park was very crowded and almost full. We did use the c-store which was adequate but did not use any of the other facilities. We would use this again for a quick overnight stop.
We had some planned activities in Northern Idaho so we stayed here 10 nights. It was a wonderful little park. The owners were very friendly and helpful. They have owned the park for two seasons I believe and are making ongoing improvements. The restrooms/shower units are very nice. There is also a laundry facility that we used several times. There are some sites that did not appeal to us (gravel and no shade), but we stayed in the back section that had some nice trees and was very quiet. There is not a store on the grounds but shopping is just a few miles away in Bonners Ferry. A great stay for us and we would return as there are so many outdoor activities in the area.
We stayed here for two nights while visiting friends in the area. The sites are pretty well spaced and the entire campground is fairly shaded (which is important in the Lewiston heat). The sites were level and the grounds were well maintained and clean. We did not use the shower facilities although they were clean. The Park itself centers on the Snake River water activities. Otherwise there is not much to offer in the way of outdoor activities. There is a wonderful visitors center. It is close to town and worked for us because we were visiting friends. We would stay here again if visiting the area.
In the past when visiting the Denver area we have tried to find commercial RV parks and have never been especially happy with the options. This year we tried the State Park and were very pleased. The spaces are very large and all the pads are blacktop. The campground is not heavily wooded, but there are some well shaded sites. The shower facilities are clean and well maintained. The staff is very good and there are several campground hosts throughout the campground. The park is very well located for travel around the Denver area. It also has a great lake and other outdoor activities including many trails etc. We spent 6 nights here and plan on returning whenever we visit Denver.
This was a quick overnight stop near the interstate. We found the staff to be friendly and helpful. The building facilities were clean and well maintained, although we did not use the showers. The sites were very narrow however and our pad (as were several others we noticed) rutted. It made it very difficult to level the trailer. The road conditions were marginal also. It simply appeared that not much was done to keep the actual grounds in good condition. If needing an overnight stop in the future we would try and find an alternative spot.
We found Brown County State Park to be a very good overall camping experience. It is well maintained and has plenty of outdoor activities available. The sites are fairly spacious and well laid out. Part of stay did cover the 4th of July weekend, so the park was extremely crowded. However, there were no problems with excessive noise etc. Park rangers and staff were friendly and always available for questions etc. The camping numbers fell dramatically after the holiday weekend. Restrooms and showers were not anything special, but were clean and had plenty of hot water. The camp store is only for very basic needs, but local stores are only a short drive. We will certainly keep this on our list for future trips.
We camped here for two nights during the week. Has very spacious sites with a fair amount of shade and concrete pads with well maintained picnic tables and fire pits. The sites do not have water or sewer hookups, but do have full electric. Since it was during the week the campground was only about 20% full. I understand that weekends are very crowded. There is an excellent beach and hiking areas. This is an interesting geographical area. Probably not a destination site for us but will certainly camp here again when in the area, or on our way through Northern Indiana. We had plenty of room.
We stayed at the park for 5 nights and found it to be a very good experience. The campgrounds were well laid out and maintained. The Park Staff was helpful and friendly. We spent much time on the trails of the park which are numerous. It also has two fairly good sized lakes for boating and fishing. The time of year was not right for using the beach area but it looked inviting and well maintained. We will certainly keep this on our list of destination spots in Wisconsin.
We find this park a great option for a one or two night stay in Denver (Golden) when we are passing through. The facilities are good and clean. The sites are small and not shaded but as I said for a night or two we find it more than acceptable. If we wanted to stay in the Denver area longer we would probable find something a little farther out and up in the mountains.
The Park is located right in Bend and provides a great option for those looking for someplace to stay in Bend. It is not a "campground" by our standards but is a great RV Park with all the services and facilities one would hope for. Very clean and well maintained. If we need to "stay in town" again this would be our selection.
We wanted a campground close to Glacier for three nights. Choose this one without any recommendations. We were very pleased with the selection. Very quite and very shaded. The sites were small but still private. The facilities were clean. The laundry was handy and also in good condition. This certainly a campground we would use again and recommend.
Spent a week here in the spring. Is a wonderful Sate Park with plenty of local activities. The grounds are well maintained and the staff is very helpful and friendly. We would stay here again if our travels bring us to central Ohio.
We spent a week here this summer (2008). It is a well maintained park and has a very pleasant and helpful staff. We do not boat but appears to be great area for boating and fishing. We found it well located for day trips to sites in all directions. Some of the camping loops are in the open, but several of the sites are in wooded areas with great views of the lake and surrounding mountains. If our future plans take us to Southwest Colorado we will consider this park again.