This is a very nice and secluded Park located off the "beaten path" off tourist Bay side of the peninsula, but only 5 miles from all the action. Positives include great staff, clean restrooms, wooded and secluded sites with lots of space between. Negatives are all gravel interior roads, sites and patios. No Wi-Fi outside of the office, no cable, and one needs to search for satellite service, assuming one would wish to be connected. Further, sewer service is only available for a few sites. Nonetheless, given its location, we'd camp there again.
As previously mentioned, there are many small areas within the Park with many seasonal guests. The Park maintains boat slips on Big Arbor Vitae Lake if you are bringing one. The area that can accommodate the larger pull-through sites are at the back of the Park off Hwy 70 with the access unmarked. One turns into the drive of a local landscaping business, then hard right into the camping area. That access road is exactly 2 miles from the Hwy 51/70 intersection. There are 8 long pull-through sites (plus some additional sites which are all seasonal). All roads and sites are gravel but level. Negatives include Hwy.70 road noise, landscaping equipment starting up at 6am (prompt), no Wi-Fi on the upper portion (and uneven at the office) and no toilets in the upper section. We would stay there again largely because there aren't many long pull-through options in northern Wisconsin.
Nice new park - opened in 2012. All streets and sites are paved. For a new park, I believe the developer could have made the sites more level. No amenities for families, but I give them credit for having a concrete storm shelter. Lots of pull-thru's with easy off-on to I-135 and I-35. Their Wi-Fi was solid. The negative, very over-priced for what offering NO amenities.
I have two review ratings. Positive: an 8 for paved streets and sites. Large sites and clean rest rooms (nothing fancy but clean). Negative: I give it a 1 for doubling its camping fees as of 4/1/14 from $25 to $45 for a weekend night. That is their players club rate! For a Park that makes millions at its casino to double its rates for camping is an absolute insanity particularly when they don't offer cable TV, the Wi-F was weak, and doesn't meet basic security standards. Shame on them!
Positives include friendly hosts, level sites and speedy Wi-Fi. Negatives include repair needed on internal streets and, above all, bathroom accommodations. The women's restroom was closed with a commode outside the door. The "men's" side had a temporary sign stating it was a "family restroom". Really! Peeking in and it was a typical KOA set of stalls. I couldn't bring myself to use the family side! Perhaps this was very temporary but if they wish to remain competitive, they need to upgrade their facilities. As with many southern campgrounds, the majority of spaces are filled with long-term area workers. Oh, and the pool was drained (and nasty looking) too.
Nothing is level in Branson; none of the streets inside the Park are level either. But, the individual sites are largely level. Streets are paved. Sites are gravel with two concrete strips for placement of RV tires. Most of the sites are a bit tight with limited room for outside activities. The owners are attempting to expand their "Deluxe" sites with brick & expanded patios. Staff are very pleasant and helpful. Restrooms are clean, but typical "KOA style". They have a good location being close to the entertainment district. Daily free pancakes (eat in or takeout) is a pleasant offering. Only negative is the narrow gravel sites, but this is one of the better parks in the area.
Rate reflects 1/7 of a weekly rate. This is a wonderful Park. All paved streets, full concrete & level sites with patio extensions. Full hookups for all sites. Shower/restrooms are clean & modern. Cable works well as does their free Wi-Fi. Satellite access might be compromised a bit if parked in the shady sites along the river. We will definitely return when in the area.
This is a nice Park situated close to the main N-S highway. All interior roads and sites are gravel which dropped my rating a notch. Each rest room is "full-service" offering privacy. Wi-Fi worked well. This is a pleasant stop-over when traveling the Avenue of the Saints.
Following up on the last reviewer, this tidy little park was re-opened this past August by new owners. It has easy access immediately off I-44 about 25 miles NE of Springfield. All interior streets are paved; all sites are cement pads. Rest rooms and shower were spotless. Manager was very friendly. The only negatives are no cable TV and the location is close to an entry ramp to the interstate. A bit noisy but not big issues for an overnight stay. I will definitely place this Park on my "must-visit location" when passing through.
This is a great park. All roads, sites and patios are cement. The park is routinely patrolled. Casino shuttles come to the park every 15 minutes. They have a nice dog walk (with bags available) around the perimeter. The showers and restrooms are clean, but the floors seemed to be continuously wet making them very slippery - an accident waiting to happen. Also, one would think that this being a new and upscale park that they would have installed cable TV. I would definitely return to this Park.
Coffee Creek is a new Park. The owners have made a big investment to make this an attractive Park. All roads & pads are gravel with rather smallish patios. But, the sites are level and all have full hook-ups. Our dog picked up some sand burrs which might be alleviated if they cut their grass more often and shorter. They had free wi-fi but the bandwidth was marginal. Perhaps once the Park matures a bit more, I will give it a higher rating. Nonetheless, I would definitely return.
We have stayed at this park a number of times. It is a bit tricky to locate for a first timer. The entire campground is gravel without many amenities typically found in parks that cost this much per night. Further, the majority of the park residents are workers and full-timers which is an issue for those passing through. If it would be paved and having more amenities, one wouldn't mind the higher fee. I would stay here again as it is conveniently located off I-135. If I were to find another park in the Wichita area, I would definitely see what it offers.
The quoted rate reflects a weekly rate. This park is only 3 years old so much of the vegetation is still young. All of the streets,sites & patios are paved, and the sites are spacious with ample room on both sides. The registration office is still in a temporary building, but there is a very nice laundry and community center in the park. The park hosts were very friendly. There are nice walking trails and a fenced-in dog run area. The only negatives were the lack of cable TV, fee-driven Wi-Fi and only one laundry/rest room area which was quite a way from the camping area. Perhaps once the park is more "mature", ratings will improve. The park is about a mile from the coast but easily accessible (but not clearly marked) via Hwy 35 Bypass. I would return to this park again.
Even with a rather low rating, I would return here if traveling I-20. This is a "back-to-basics" Park with minimal amenities. All streets and sites are gravel and very dusty. I would be concerned about stopping here if it was raining. There are not patios and grass is minimal. There is no laundry and no restrooms. But, all the sites are pull-through and very long. The Wi-Fi access is one of the best I've experienced. I would suggest this Park for a short, overnight stay and not a place for anything much longer.
This is a great Park. Most of the sites are level. All of the roads and sites are paved. The city of Grapevine, which owns the former Corps park, has invested a significant amount of money in having all sites with full hookups. The sites are very spacious. The park staff are exceptionally friendly and helpful. The only negatives are that one must navigate city streets (with some tight turns) to reach the Park and the Wi-Fi (currently Tengo - ugh) was not functioning. Supposedly, the city is changing its Wi-Fi services - something one may wish to check when making reservations.
This is a well-kept desert park with many long-term residents. All of the streets were packed gravel and sites were also gravel with a concrete patio. A continuing parade of four-wheelers made it a bit dusty at times. The short-term angled, pull-through sites were very long. However, placement of trees as one exits the sites made it challenging to navigate. Wi-Fi (fee) was OK with coupon offering free access for short-term visitors.
This is a clean and well-kept Park. The staff were pleasant. The streets were paved and many of the sites were as well. However, the pull-through sites were very narrow and short. We had to unhook our tow and park it perpendicular to our 40' coach to remain off the street. Also, the Wi-Fi (Tengo w/fee) wasn't working when we were there. This seems to be a winter destination park. For an overnight stay, I will look for another location that might be more convenient.
This KOA is conveniently located off I-40. It is quite dated and needs some TLC. However, the staff were polite, the Wi-Fi was strong (free for one night) and the gravel sites are all level. This Park is fine for an overnight stay.
This is a very nice Park. The concrete pads are level even though there is a grade to some of the sites. All streets are paved. We had a strong Wi-Fi signal (which is free). Camp hosts were professional. We would stay here again. The only negative is that it is surrounded by busy streets including Interstates so there is traffic noise 24-7.
This park is probably OK for a one-night stop-over but the interior streets are narrow, the sites aren't really level and all roads and sites are gravel. It is only a couple hundred yards from I-40 so truck traffic noise is quite loud. The free Wi-Fi signal is satisfactory. The host was helpful and guided us to our site.
This is a very nice park with clean restrooms, flat pull-through sites, full hookups and helpful campground hosts. The Wi-Fi was strong. We would have marked this higher but the interior streets and sites are all gravel, there is no patio concrete slab and we could hear trains coming through the community all night. Nonetheless, we would park there again.
This is a very nice campground with paved streets & all level sites which are wide and long. Free Wi-Fi was available. The bar & restaurant was clean and had good food. The Park is situated along the Wisconsin River and sponsors canoe and tubing escort services. The management staff were friendly. I would give this a higher rating if it had concrete pads rather than parking on grass. While it has a limited number of pull-through sites, the majority are back-ins. Nonetheless, there was ample room to turn and access the sites.
This Park is situated in the middle of a pine forest. The trees, all about 40 feet high, line all the interior roads and sites. Accessing satellite service is impossible. Also, there is no cable TV service and antenna service is limited. Being able to maneuver a big rig in this Park is very precarious and will take some extra positioning to get around the trees. All the sites, with exception of a few premium sites, are on dirt. The Park has some activities for kids and we understand they are packed on weekends. I would consider this Park to be very over-priced.
This Park is one of the better equipped and managed parks in the State of Wisconsin. The sites are open, wide and long. The Wi-Fi worked well. The owners are on site ensuring that everything is kept up to date and clean. Front staff were professional and helpful. They have weekend meals and activities to keep youngsters occupied. We highly recommend stopping at this Park.
This is a new Park and it is very impressive. All streets and sites are paved with grass between the long pull-through sites. The showers are immaculate and workamper staff very helpful. The Wi-Fi had a very powerful signal. This is one of the best campgrounds we have visited in several years. Shuttles come to your site to take you to the casino. This was truly designed for modern camping particularly with big rigs. The only negative was that the sites are a bit narrow but that was very minor. Next time, we plan to stay longer.
Most sites are pull-through, reasonably long & level, however, all the roads and sites are gravel. Driving in was a dusty experience. Sites are quite narrow but sufficient for a short stay. The owners/managers were very polite and helpful. We would stop here again for a short stay.
Be careful of dodging potholes and trees as you navigate to your site. Street and sites are all gravel with many twists and turns. Big rigs will have to be very careful both entering and exiting. Lots of trees so having a stationary satellite dish might be a problem. With all of those comments, the management and site hosts were very nice.
We like this campground, particularly the deluxe (paved patio) sites but big rigs need to be careful with the boulders that mark the entrance and exit of several of the sites. Streets are all gravel making it a bit dusty at times. The only issue is that unfortunately, visitors leave much dog waste around the park. We have camped here for short durations for over 10 years and have always found this to be true.
Very nice paved sites. The park management has discontinued cable TV service so it is satellite or antenna service only (if satellite, be careful of trees). Streets and sites are all paved but very narrow making it a bit tight for big rigs. Management very cordial and helpful. All facilities are kept very neat and clean. This is one of the nicer parks in the greater Denver area.
We have stayed at this Park a number of times over the past ten years. Unfortunately, it hasn't changed much or been improved significantly. All streets are gravel as are parking spaces. We stayed in one of the 12 "deluxe" sites with concrete patios. All other sites are gravel with limited grass between (and unfortunately they are in a drought so grass is very limited). We would return largely because there are very options in the immediate area.
This is a nice Park. All paved roads and sites with long pull-throughs. Restroom/showers are private & clean. Many worker monthlies and traffic inside the Park was heavy and fast at end of work day - but they need to make their money too. We would return to this very nice Park.
Very nice Park that is kept very clean. They deserve their high ratings. Restrooms are immaculate. Staff were very helpful and professional. They "aim to please"! They have "to-die-for" weekend breakfasts. It is about a mile from the beaches. If we return to the area, we would probably try to find a similar Park further west - toward Destin & Pensacola. Panama City Beach definitely leans toward "the younger crowd".
The staff were congenial but I wouldn't return. The rest rooms were stark and the commode wasn't working properly. The Park is immediately adjacent to I-10; we heard traffic all night long! OK for an over-night but not for longer.
This is an excellent little park. The owners manage the park, live on the premises and pay personal attention to parking the rigs and making one feel welcome. I would recommend this park for short as well as longer stays. I will definitely return when back in the area.
Hidden Ridge is a wonderful new park. It is obviously designed by someone that knows the needs of RV'ers. Everyone was pleasant and ready to make our stay enjoyable. It has huge spaces, well maintained lawns and many amenities. I would strongly recommend this park to others.
This is a wonderful Park. It is no longer a KOA but the service and general Park "look" was exceptional. The only negative is lack of cable TV connection (and I was parked under a tree so satellite didn't work) but proximity to the Twin Cities enabled local TV access. It is located close to St. Paul. I would highly recommend this location as you travel through The Twin Cities.
This is a reasonably priced Park as a "passing through" location. With support of Cabela's, one would think they could install Wi-Fi. Streets and sites are all gravel. Again, if Cabela's were to make this type of investment to support its retail business, one should try to make it more classy than it currently is. Nonetheless, there isn't much competition in Sidney.
This is a great Park. Sites are long and wide; ample room for big rigs. Staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful. Office is supplied with supplies and clothing goods. Streets are paved with gravel pads and cement slabs. Wi-Fi available at no added cost. I would rank this as one of the best Wisconsin Parks I have visited, particularly for big rigs. Lots of activities available including mini-golf, pool, sand volleyball, horseshoes, etc.
This is one of the worst KOA's I have visited. Streets were gravel and dusty. Long "back to back" sites were muddy and not well maintained. Trees over-hung sites making it difficult to enter or depart without scratching my motorhome. The road to the Park is about a mile long and all gravel making it very dusty. I would not return to this Park.
This is a very nice Park. All roads are paved. Staff are friendly. Site are ample for big rigs. This is a great destination site when visiting Yellowstone National Park from the west. Nightly fee is a bit pricey plus Wi-Fi carries an added fee.
It is a nice Park with friendly staff. All interior roads are gravel making it a bit dusty. They could work on the entrance roads to make it a bit smoother and less dusty. All in all, it is a decent Park; we would return when in the area.
ABC has demonstrated willingness to please its visitors. In particular, I have been very impressed with the Wi-Fi Service it has installed. I have visited 12 Parks this past winter with wireless capabilities. ABC has had the most consistent and responsive connection of any. And the best part, there is no additional charge beyond their standard nightly fee for their wireless access.