We stayed at this campground for one night on our way home from our trip to Mt. Rushmore. This campground was in a good location, just 3 miles east of Mitchell. It was easy to find off the I-90 with a mixture of treed and shaded sites. The staff was friendly, the Wi Fi connection was great and bathrooms were clean, although a little dated. This is definitely not a resort type campground. For a stopover after a long day of driving, it is a welcome break. We will stay here again.
First of all this is an expensive campground, but it's not a campground really, it's a resort featuring trail-rides (at an additional cost), swimming pools, spotlessly clean washroom/showers, garbage pickup at your site. This KOA has a lot of staff. We ordered pizza from the restaurant (lodge style appearance) and had it delivered to our campsite. It was a 16 inch monster meat and fed 5 people (two adults, two teens and a younger child) comfortably. I don't really know what else to say about this KOA. It's the best KOA we've stayed in. We do find KOAs don't always live up to their ads. I'm submitting this review as I sit at my picnic table early in the morning. We would stay here again. If you plan on coming here, reserve early, it's a popular place in a great location.
No complaints at all with this campground. We recently camped here for 3 days as a stop on our way to Mt. Rushmore. Our original plan was to stay for 2 days. The staff was all friendly and professional. We are military and were offered a 10% discount which was nice. The sites were all large, our children enjoyed the swimming pool, and bounce pillow. Restrooms were clean. The only negative and it's not really much to complain about is WiFi could have been better for connectivity. We'll stay here again on our way back from Mt. Rushmore.
This was a really pleasant campground. The staff was courteous giving a little welcome package including dog treats. The sites were large, well shaded and reasonably convenient to the area's attractions. We would definitely stay here again.
We stayed at this campground for it's proximity to the Niagara Falls attractions. We would not stay here again. Almost immediately leaving the campground you are surrounded by Massage Parlours, Gentleman's Clubs and roadside motels offering daily rates. This may not be offensive to everyone but when you are trying to get to the nice attractions of town and have children travelling with you it is a bit of an annoyance. The campground was so- so in cleanliness. If you are anywhere other than the sites surrounding the "barn"(entertainment area) that smells like an old barn WiFi is not available, although it's advertised. The area of the park we were in was newer, sites were a decent size, although no privacy. It was the parking lot experience on the wrong side of the tracks literally.
We've stayed at this campground on several occasions, the most recent being July 22-25. We have always enjoyed our stays. The campsites are relatively large and with the exception of the rally sites give enough privacy so you don't feel as though you're camping in a Walmart parking lot. THere are quite a few seasonal sites but we've never felt as if we're intruding. Our only complaint and it's not a big one is the park could use more staff. Washrooms tend to get a little dirtier than they should be. Again though, I feel price relects that. More staff higher rates. Paying less than $40 nightly for a fully serviced site in a private Ontario campground is a good deal.