We made a reservation well in advance and were put on a pull through, full hook up site with 50 amp. The check-in hostess was able to tell us exactly how to stop on the site so that we could have our satellite lock on. A good place for stop-over night.
Interesting campground basically on the grounds of the Cabela store. If you want to see their main corporate store, then stay at this campground. There is not always someone available to take reservations or check you in, but they do return phone messages left for the staff. Power is excellent 50 amp. The wi-fi is free and fair speed. Not much to the town, but one can spend a lot of time in the store, even if not a hunter, fisherman, or camper. Always windy in this area. Would stay here again if in the area.
Check in staff was friendly, pleasant and knowledgeable about the site's amenities. Their follow-me cart to our easy pull through site is always much appreciated. The campground is close to Cheyenne for tourist activities. It is quiet and readily accessible from I-25 or I-80. Sites are very narrow. Our neighbor's extended awning shaded our windows. Cable out of order when we were there. Satellite did lock on at our site. The 50 amp power was very low. Unable to run two AC units. The wi-fi free but a bit slow. Verizon cell phone and aircard work well.
The check in staff are also the managers. They are friendly and helpful. "Follow-me" cart to your site. We were in a concrete pull through site which was level but graded so that the water drained off. This was important because they allow you to wash you coach here, which is a big plus. Concrete pad for your car too. WiFi and cable TV were excellent. Verizon air card worked well. Outdoor temperature was in the high 90s so AC running full force. Had some episodes of only 114 volts which is too low. If needing directions to anything in the area the managers are well preparred. Even have a pre-printed list of local restaurants, stores, banks, etc, for you. Would come here again if in this area.
Nice campground. Difficult to find big rig friendly ones in this area but this one worked. Rate reflects weekly rate. Can walk to sand dunes from the park. WiFi was intermittent. Cable TV was good. Air card minimal but worked slowly. The office has DVDs and VCR tapes to borrow for free. Friendly and helpful staff knowledgeable about the area. Two very nice quilt shops in Florence if interested. Would stay here and come back to this beautiful area again.
Loved the park. If you are looking for a forest setting, the scenery is beautiful. No cable. No satellite at our site. WiFi worked. Verizon cell and air card both worked on only one bar. (Friend traveling with AT&T cell had phone reception by the pizza place and Lake.) Bring a good book to read and mosquito repellent aplenty. Also bring provisions for your stay as the closest grocery is far away. Gas available down the road at $4.00/gal. Friendly and knowledgeable work camper hosts.
Made reservations will in advance to be place next to a fellow traveler and it worked out perfect. Had level concrete pad with asphalt on each end. Site was adequate, but streets in this older part of the park are VERY narrow and made more so by cars parked in the road because of short sites. Outside temperature was triple digit so the 50 amp power was minimal for running the AC. We were in the older area so did have shade but were unable to get satellite. Cable TV was only 12-15 stations and poor quality. WiFi and air card worked fine. There is a newer area without trees if that is your preference.
Very nice small park for big rigs with long, level concrete pad and wide paved streets. Price reflects Good Sam rate-up to date card needed. Very friendly host showed us to our site to get settled even before registering. Had our name and site # from a reservation made months in advance, through the phone number that only works Monday-Friday. Reservations are a must as they were full every night. The directions they email to you are good once you get to the poorly marked entrance. More detail can be found on the web site. WiFi, satellite TV and aircard all worked well. Great location for the Wine Train and Napa Valley.
Huge campground with somewhat confusing layout. Lots of monthly campers in the back in sites. Our rate reflects pull through full hook up site. Only staying one night so did not want to unhook the toad. Was told to use IronHorse1 WiFi, but unable to connect at our site due to very low signal. Was able to connect on the other WiFi, IronHorseRV. Cable TV had plenty of stations with good quality picture. No trees so satellite locked on without a problem. Would stay again if in this area. Big rig friendly if in a premium site only.
Long concrete sites with asphalt extensions on each end leading to wide paved streets. Pull through with room for tow next to motorhome. New park with small shade trees that allow satellite reception. Good cable TV at site. Medium strength WiFi but was unable to connect. Astroturf instead of grass so no sand or dirt tracked into the motorhome. Nice picnic table for each site. Stayed four nights and would stay here again if in the area. Easy to find from Exit 20 off I-80 with less traffic than exiting I-80 exit 19.
Your site will be in an wide open area in a state that is flat here. If you are coming here from I-90 be sure to get directions as there is a fork in the road that might lead you astray. Helpful staff. Wi-fi worked well. No cable but satellite worked well. Would stay here again if in the area.
Stayed here with a group of 10 traveling together so rate may have been lower than usual. Staff was friendly and helpful and responded quickly to special requests. Shuttle to the Mayo Clinic comes to the campground and to your site at a reasonable rate. Wi-fi worked well. Allowed to wash your coach here. Would stay here again.
Friendly and helpful staff. Be sure to get directions to the park. Many choices for type of site. Wi-fi available but slow at times. Verizon air card worked well. Cable is only available in certain areas. Pretty setting. Would stay here again if in the area.
This park has friendly and helpful staff who were knowledgable about the area. They gave very good directions for entering and leaving the campground. We stayed in a waterfront site, in 42' motorhome and had plenty of room. WiFi at our site was good. Verizon air card worked well. Very nice park with several options for site type. Would stay here again.
Outrageously expensive for the negative ambiance present. And we supposedly paid the KOA member rate. Tight turn off the main road for a big rig to enter the campground. No pull through with full hook up, 50 amp available. Only short, tight back-ins. To add to the difficulty of parking there are lamp posts at the edge of the sites, many showing signs of damage from being hit by motor homes. They have placed large yellow stones along the grass edge of narrow roads that are guaranteed to bite your motorhome. Wi-fi not available at the big rig back in sites. Very poor cable. Would not stay here again.