Rate reflects weekly charge. Very well maintained park consisting of pea gravel roads and sites. Pull-through sites are designed for big rigs and the back-in sites can handle a 35' travel trailer. Hookups are in good condition, but shore power is 50 amp at this site, will need an adapter for 30 amp and down. Water doesn't have a funny taste or smell, which is almost a first. Back-in sites are well tree lined with many new trees planted to provide shade to all sites in a few more years. Small basic gym, pond and playground on site. This campground is geared to the long term folks, but would be great for a short term or overnight for those visiting Fort Hood or Lampasas. About 15 miles to main Fort Hood. No cable TV. There is Wi-Fi but it is limited being Hughes Net. VZW 4G LTE is available and T-Mobile is running at 2G speeds. Would come back here again, staff is friendly and helpful.
This is the second extended stay we have taken here. The long term sites are narrow and basic, pavement/gravel only and take some work leveling. The rate reflects the monthly amount for long term. The short term pull-thru sites are larger and have a grass, picnic tables, but not much shade like the long term. The shore power and hook-ups are all in good condition and the shower, bathroom and laundry are always in great shape. WiFi is available only in the reading room by the shower, with a range extender some spots might be able to pick it up. Would be a 10 except the dog walk area is only in the far corner of the pull-thru side and the WiFi is lacking. If you have pets expect to WALK the dog. The playgrounds are nice and grills are in good shape. Close to main post, PX, commissary as well as Copperas Cove which has everything you need restaurant and shopping wise. Closet full service RV shop is in Harker Heights 20 minutes east. $349 for back-in long term, $459 for pull-thru. The 60 day max stay can get extended indefinitely at the front desk. Will stay here again for a long term spot.
This park is located right on Texas 361 and Gulfwind Drive. The resort has a private boardwalk for foot and golf cart access to the Gulf of Mexico. The center of the resort is a group of ponds that are great for bird watchers. The hook-ups are well maintained, and the sites have recently been widened. The premium sites have picnic tables and fixed steps to set against your RV. The bathhouse is cleaned daily, trash collection runs each morning, and a fish cleaning station is in good shape. The staff is friendly and during operating hours you are taken to your spot and guided in. They have extensive rules, but it is clear they are not strongly enforced but as needed for unruly and rude guests. They have a park watch program, hosts and work campers that keep this place well maintained, clean, and friendly. The location is only a few minutes from Mustang Island State Park and Port Aransas, the opposite direction. Twenty minutes south on 361 takes you to Padre Island National Seashore. The rate above reflects the premium back-in with the discount. Off season they do not charge for extra guests over two. Cable and golf cart registration is extra.
This park is a fulltimers-centered park from the looks of things. The pull-through sites were even enough that a single block on one side got it dead on the middle of the level. There is no room between the pull through sites as the host had to move a picnic table from the site to get us in. The entire area is gravel. The hookups are in good condition and the Wi-Fi is free and running about 5 Mbps. The pool was closed and it appeared to be very green, likely related to the drought conditions. We were walked to our site by the host who also assisted in getting us on the most level spot. No complaints for an overnight stop. We would likely look around for a place with more room for the family if in the area again. Decent park just not centered on families.
This park is located off the interstate and provides the advertised country feel. The pull-through sites are gravel and are fairly well maintained; about 30% of the gravel pad was reclaimed by the grass. The pads could use some maintenance as getting level was a moderate task. Outside of that the park has great hookups, the Wi-Fi was free and quick and each site has a picnic table. The restrooms and pool area were all immaculate. The staff was friendly. If we were in the Nashville area we would likely stay here again.
This park is listed in the wrong location on some map software. The park has 10 spots at the entrance but only 6 would be considered useable. The rest are past the office building and all appear to be long term/full time RV spots. A big rig could get in but would have to take 3rd street to the fairgrounds and come back around. The hookups are all in good shape and 3 spots offer 50 amp. They have no facilities (laundry or bath) but Wi-Fi is available. This park is walking distance to the museum and the front street parks. The Muskingum River walking trail is at the edge of the park. The area is the older part of Marietta and a few of the homes around the park are run down. It is $20 the first night and $15 each night after, if you have an electric heater or A/C unit the fee increases $1.75 a night.
Got here late at night (around 11:45 pm) so the overall park is hard to describe. The hook-ups were good enough to get setup in the dark. Sites look a bit short. Trash picked up daily on site was a plus. Overall I would say: your average KOA, overpriced but good in a pinch for overnight.
This is a Lower Colorado River Authority park that is well maintained. The hookups are in great condition and each site appears to have to sewer hook ups. They have 13 RV sites that are in the upper loop, two other sites are an office and host. The restrooms and showers for the RV loop were clean even though the park was exceptionally busy. Wifi is available and fast but you have to request the username and password from the hosts. Huge park with a swimming beach, shore fishing, playground and a volleyball court. Plenty of room to get out and play. Each RV site appears to have plenty of shade trees, a bbq grill, fire pit and picnic table. You also have to pay an entrance fee on top of the camping fee which is why the cost is $28 instead of $20 as listed on the LCRA website. Will come back to this park if visiting the area, just try to avoid it on long weekends if you like a quiet spot.
The park appears to have new management and prices were mixed up and we nearly got charged an extra night. The sites were simple and decent. The brochure states 100 foot pull through sites, however they are closer to 70 feet with a few at the 100 feet mark. The power stations are in need of some work as the breaker would blow when more than the single A/C unit was running. The restrooms were clean but the showers (one for men and one for women) were filthy. The park is full of winter Texans and made the stay enjoyable and friendly. There is a large community room that is open during the day. Simple park that is decent. We will look at some other parks in the future when in the Fredericksburg area.
Very well maintained park. Hookups are well placed and are in great condition. Park has a playground for the kids and plenty of dog walks. Restrooms, shower and laundry areas are clean and also in great shape. The back end of the park has more foliage and nature trees that would offer some shade. Host is on sight for any issues. No store on sight but the PX and commissary are close. Also a small gym is on the campground as well.
This has been the most well maintained KOA we have used to date. The sites could use a bit of work for leveling, nothing to severe though. Entire park (drive and pads) are finely crushed lava rock, so expect to have some in the RV if you step inside with shoes on. The hookups were solid. The showers/restrooms were a bit small but very clean, and with the log cabin appearance, the nicest ones we have seen. The only draw back is the fact there are only 6 of them, and 3 are closed after the office closes. Not to much to do at the park, but considering the Grand Canyon is less than 45 minutes away that is a non-issue. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable about the area and is eager to share it with you. Only recommendation to make it better, they need to setup the water supply with heat/anti-freeze system, instead they currently turn off the water after 8pm if it is supposed to drop below freezing for more than an hour a night. Having a heated fresh water tank is a must for the fall-winter time here. Park has plenty of room to maneuver around even a big rig with a toad. Will likely stay at the Canyon Trailer Village when we come back in the summer, but spring/fall this is likely your best bet.
First thing, this has to be the most level spots I have seen yet, off the hitch the trailer was dead level without blocks or anything. Very basic park, clean restrooms and laundry. Laundry is a bit expensive, but the machines are very well maintained. There is nothing for kids here besides the petrified wood display to climb around on. The sites are huge (could park my quad cab F-250 in front or behind the 38' trailer). Sites are right on top of each other, however they do a good job of keeping everyone spread out. The hookups are interesting, they have two shore powers and two water points (both heated for cold nights) and about 6 sewer drains on each site. Park owner is very friendly and knowledgeable about the area and attractions. Free coffee and muffins in the morning at the office. Store is basic and everything in Holbrook is expensive compared to other towns. Will stay here again if we are in the area.
Park is in a great location, and each site is well groomed. Just one set of lynx levelers to have it dead even under the tires. Sites are all gravel. No hosts are present during the winter season. There was a sign about high water pressure, however it was not a problem as the water pressure was almost nonexistent at our site at least. Perhaps because it is the winter season. No issue just filled the tank and moved on. Just an overnight stop for us but for the military and retired it is the best park in the Springs for the price. With Colorado Springs less than 10 minutes anything you might need is there in town. Only issue is the fact the stadium is real close, and if a game is going on expect to hear the play by play (they were having a High School marching band competition)not normally one to be concerned with noise, however this one took a few hours to get used to.
Chatfield State Park is a well maintained park. The sites on the A loop are fairly level (putting your rig to the passenger side of the pad will prevent the need of wheel levels). The hookup's are well placed and are in great condition. Each site appears to have a picnic table and a fire-pit/grill that is also very professionally built. Park offers tons of things to do for kids, from playgrounds to the marina (way too late in the year to challenge the beach and water). The campground is also close to the remote control aircraft site. Unless you have an annual pass, $6 is required at the gate to enter. Also if you have a rig over 12'6" take the Roxbourgh Park Road entrance; the Wadsworth entrance will prevent you from clearing ,and there is not much room to turn around. Great place to spend a fall weekend, or weekday if schedule allows.
This is my second review as we have spent the better part of the summer here. This park is exceptionally maintained, the staff is professional and are extremely welcoming and friendly. The park has just enough weekly activities to keep you occupied if you like. The facilities (restrooms/showers, laundry, pool, hot tub and playgrounds) are kept in great condition and have always been clean and neat the entire time. The management does an outstanding job at handling any issues like dogs or disorderly campers. The park is right on the interstate, and to refute the: "I live a 1/4 mile from an 8 lane highway and we had to yell outside" comments. We were right on the edge by the interstate and never once have I had to yell to talk, even to the other long term campers two sites away. Expect some noise from the interstate and highway but not to a level it cannot be tolerated. Sites are all more than large enough to handle big rigs. When coming through Nebraska again this will be a sure stop for us. ($591 a month with everything included.)
This park is the best option for anyone in the Lincoln area. The staff is very welcoming, friendly, and helpful. They have family orientated events during the spring through the fall. The sites are well level and cared for, all of which are gravel. Hook ups are also good. Each site has a fire pit and picnic table. The site it self is almost wide enough for two travel trailers/campers, and in some cases I have seen coaches with the trailer park along side, although they are long enough to fit in tandem. The showers/restrooms are clean and in great shape. The laundry and machines are also well cared for, and also some of the cheapest to use we have seen. The hot tub is inside a building and is checked on often. The pool is clean and also managed well. The store is well stocked and open late evening. The park has a mix of guests, long term and those in town for work. Make sure to get a bison burger for dinner on Friday nights, and hit the free pancake breakfast on Saturday. Walmart is about 3 miles away, and downtown Lincoln is 3 miles the other way. Plenty to do in the area and anything you need is a close drive. We took a spot against the back hill in the trees to ensure we had shade (only a few spots are out of at least some shade) but that put us closer to the interstate, but like some other places we stayed once you are used to it the park more than makes up for the noise, and if you prefer take a spot closer to the entrance to avoid it all together. We will be here for a few months and will update a review once we leave.
This park is a decent overnight stop if needed. The office is also a store that stocks over 100 Amish cheeses, 75 spices and other food stuffs. The staff is friendly and welcoming. The park is about half filled with long term guests. The restroom/showers are setup much like a hotel room bathroom and are very well maintained. The laundry room and machines are all well cared for. The park has fairly good wi-fi access as well. They have a billiards room as well. There is nothing else for younger children though at all. Also the proximity to the interstate makes it a bit tough at first to adjust to the noise level. Would do for a quick overnight stop.
First KOA that we have used. Was a very clean park and well maintained. Staff was very friendly, and we were taken right to our pull through spot, large enough that we did not unhook our crew cab truck from the 38' trailer. Hook ups were good, only issue: there was the sewer drain was on a somewhat higher ground. WiFi was terribly slow but still managed to check the email. Showers, bathrooms and laundry were very well kept. The pool was being prepared to be opened, but not until the afternoon we left. We are likely to use this spot again if we are back in the area.
This campground is a hidden gem, doesn't show up on Google Searches (plan to register them on Google Maps tonight though). The sites are surprisingly level on the river front, the back 33 may not be by looking. These are all grass sites, no gravel or cement. They have a lot of full timers and construction workers in this park. Small time campground right next to a strawberry picking patch, about 3 minutes into Marietta which has everything you can need. Tons of shade trees on the river front sites (Muskingum River) with stairs down on some river front sites to the river directly, they are also in the process of putting up a dock to be finished next week. The owners/operators have a park model on site and stayed here on site while we where here at least one night. Some of the friendliest folks we have met so far on our travels. Shower was spotless (they have only one) and both the men's and women's restroom are clean as well. Small laundry room $1 to run a machine has been the most well maintained spots we have seen. There is a playground on site as well for children. Hook ups are well constructed and again like the rest of the park, top notch. This is a great little spot to setup for a few days for visiting family like we were as well as historic Marietta. Holding back a 10 as the rail road runs about 1/2 a mile north of the park sites, which at 2 am will be a bit noisy. (Although I didn't wake but for a moment.) Hardly a reason to complain considering the great river front location and the character and dedication to the park the owners have. Will use this spot anytime we are back in this area.
This is a great park overall. The staff is very welcoming and are available 24 hours for emergencies or issues on site. (Go to the door they have numbers to call.) The sites are well kept, and the hookups are some of the best we have seen so far. The park has two levels of sites. We stayed on the river front (half the sites on the river are right on the river; the other half back about 100 yards but still give a good view. The sites on top of the hill circle around a fishing pond where cabins are also available.) Park is well maintained. Pool was not in use yet but also looked like the rest of the park, cared for. The showers and bathrooms were good as well. The wi-fi was quick. We requested fire wood, and it was brought to us on site. The small store has the basics with a few odds and ends, but a grocery store is 3 minutes away, and a Wal-Mart was 10 minutes. Sites are more than big rig friendly as well. We had no problems backing a 38' into an on the river spot. The only complaint that I have keeping this from a 10 is the laundry room; $1.75 to use each machine, half of which were out of order, and the room itself needed ventilation as it smelled of mildew strongly. That is the only complaint I have. This has been one of the most well maintained and best locations we have visited. Would recommend it to anyone.
This park's facilities are well maintained. Be sure to look through the sites before agreeing to one; some are nice, filled and level gravel sites, others had gravel in some spots and crater like holes in it as well. Not many that are clearly level, but we did manage to get the trailer leveled enough to do the job over night. This park has many activities for everyone, and the golf carts are a novel idea; however, the rules are not followed. Small children will be seen driving them everywhere. Like I said the park is well maintained, but not well managed. Wi-fi is a pay per use, but we have Sprint and Verizon broadband cards and both have great signal here. We will go to a different campground in the area the next time. This one is too chaotic. They really do need a park ranger.
Owners live on site, great greeting walked us to our site and helped point out the most level spot in the pull through. Great location right off the interstate, Lewis and Clark sites are close as well as the Keel Boat display. Park is loaded with tons of mature trees, every spot that we can see is shaded. Road noise is a bit more than expected but easy to tolerate with such a friendly host and well taken care of park. If we are back through this way we will stay here again.
Not much to complain about, site is right on a small stream and across from the city park. Water and Electric hook ups are placed at an odd angle from each site and a LONG stretch. If you are hooking up you will need at least 30' or more for electric and water hookups. Dumpster is on site and a dump station located right in between to two sites furthest from the entrance. You could wiggle a big rig in, but it is a tight corner coming in, and the sites are exactly 40' long. Each spot has a picnic table as well, and a few trees but no real shade. The park restrooms are across the stream, and what one would expect from those restrooms. Park is free to stay (site made me select a cost but it is FREE not $1). We used this as a jump off spot before moving in conjunction with a two week family vacation so I won't complain at all. Donations are accepted at the city office 2 blocks north. City pool and golf course are right close to the site as well. Great overnight place to stay if you are in the area. In town there is a small grocery store and a great butcher if you want to stock some meats while in town.