We stopped here for a overnight on our way to the Smoky's. Very friendly staff, they waited for us as we got in late around 9 pm due to traffic coming out of St. Louis. Sites are close together but for a over night it was fine. I would stop here again.
This was our first trip to the Smoky's. The price was too much for what we got at $65 per night. There is only 10-12' between sites, less if you have a slide out, extremely close together. The fire ring is within 3' of our rig and the pull through sites are not long enough for a TT/5er and truck, 35' max. We had to turn our truck sideways at the end which really put our truck in the road and caused a problem with other campers that had to do the same thing. We also had a problem with people arriving at 3 AM setting up camp that took them a hour to do. Needless to say not much sleep that night. The campground is clean, but that was the only positive thing I saw. They charge you for every minor thing like walk-in visitors I noticed. The store is overpriced so we went down the road to the IGA instead. We will not be going back there again, we found a few other campgrounds we like better with more reasonable pricing. I could have rented a room for what they charge here and saved on gas pulling my rig.
This is a nice campground just outside the park with a very friendly staff. It didn't look like much at first but is very nice actually. Very well kept with a laundry which does come in handy sometimes. They have a heated pool and hot tub. They have horses, goats, donkey and Shetland ponies which my kids loved to see. They also have a putt-putt course which cost us $3 each but the kids liked it. They have a couple of full time RV's there, one is a park ranger the other I'm not sure about. We would definitely stay again.
The only full hookup site inside the park. The sites are very close together but this is typical for xterrea run campgrounds. Some sites are very shaded some are in the open. A market and gift store very close as well as the canyon itself. We enjoyed our stay and would stay there again.
Nice little campground with a friendly staff which were also the owners. There were a few full time 5th wheels on site. It didn't detract from the place at all. Your right in Roswell and easy access to the city. We would stay there again.
This is our third stay here in the last 2 years. It's a good stopping point for us from St. Louis. They are always very friendly and serve a excellent pancake breakfast. You have road noise from I-70 but it really didn't bother us.
The staff was friendly enough I guess, a little stand offish. We just had electric and water and the price for one night was very steep IMHO, twice that of other very nice KOA's I've stayed at. Wi-Fi is hit or miss, I had to change connections three times while writing this. The campground is very difficult to find, no signs pointing the way if you make a mistake. Roads are gravel except the entrance and exit and some grass. The sites are very close together. We were to have a pull through site when we reserved it and had to use a back in site. Not a problem for me but with a 33' TT and narrow roads it could be a problem for others. There is a restaurant here but we didn't try it out. Play area for small kids and heated pool if your brave to get out and run to your rig to warm back up. The campground is next to highway 25 and you do hear noise from it as well as a train which I did not mind. For the price I think I will find somewhere else to stay next year.
We have stayed here many times with our family and friends. Nice quiet CG a hidden treasure IMHO. CG sits on Wappapello Lake and has a boat launch in the CG. Almost all the sites are electric and half are reservable. Roads are paved sites are fairly level. Bathrooms and shower could use a upgrade but we use our TT bathroom. Has a dump station as most state parks do.
Nice CG, very family oriented. Roads are gravel but very level and taken care of. Great view of Devils Tower from the CG. The trail around Devils tower is only 3 minutes away. A must in my opinion to stop and see. Our kids liked 3rd Encounters of the Third Kind which they show every night. There were some red canyon wall to one side of the park which I found fascinating.
Staff was friendly. Sites are close together. Electric didn't work on our site, we plugged into the empty site next to us. Camp is under new management as of our visit. They are making improvements building new cabins. I don't know if I would stay there again for the price.
Very nice CG. The staff were very friendly. Roads are gravel and well taken care of. The sites are wide with trees and tables and fire pits. Made for a enjoyable stop on the way to Yellowstone. We would stay there again.
Sites are close together, but the staff and people were very friendly. The laundry room was clean with many washers and dryers for use. Full hook-ups and being centrally located in the park were a big plus for us. We saw many bear, moose, elk, buffalo and more near by. This was one of the best vacations we have had with our kids, and we will be back.