Very pretty setting; nice campground. Quiet and secluded. This would be a great place to stay for a while; our stay was a night. Although the campground can handle big rigs, the access roads were not designed for them; be sure to go slow on the several miles of narrow curved road leading to it.
Very quiet, secluded place. We stayed here one night while passing through on Hwy 60. Very large campground, but sites do not have sewer hookups. Very friendly, helpful host. Would be tough to find a nicer place for an overnight stop at the $6 PA rate! However, dumping is an extra fee for PA. Also, no children--adults only.
Nice, quiet, secluded small campground as part of a city park. Although RV sites are not "on" the water, most are just across a dirt road from the water and there may be a site or two on the water. We enjoyed it for an overnight stop but it is not ideally suited for large rigs. However, it is manageable if you're mindful of the tight turns and narrow streets. Unhooking would be mandatory if the park were busy; we were here in October and did not unhook although we took up a couple of spaces. Be sure to check the power pedestals; the first two we tried had a polarity problem. That is why we only rated it a "3".
We found this to be a very pleasant park. Very quiet, nice surroundings (several small ponds and stream) and convenient to Hutchinson and Wichita attractions and very convenient to Newton. Passport America rate of $13.50 (full hookups, including taxes) made this an excellent place for us to stay a couple weeks. We just found it to be an altogether nice place to relax and "kick back".
A rather plain park; hosts were friendly and helpful. For the $19 rate, this is a suitable park. The biggest drawback was that the first row of sites is on a street that actually is used as a through street--traffic was obtrusive at times, and even school buses ran through in the a.m. and stirred up a lot of dust on the dirt road. We would have rated it higher had it not been for the traffic noise and dust. Sites are a bit short for longer rigs (ours is 42'); utilities were reliable and there are convenience items in the on-site store.
Very basic park offering exactly what is advertised: "specializing in overnight sites for the weary I-40 cross-country traveler". Entry to campground looks very run-down and there's an old pool no longer in use with weeds growing in it. Registration and payment are self-serve; campground is clean, and sites are level. It is fine for people like us who just want a reasonably-priced, convenient place to park for a night or a few nights. It is close to the airport, and planes do fly over on the approach; however, the airport is not very busy. Very convenient to I-40 and very little road noise from it. There are no restrooms, laundry or showers available. Overall, for $10 (the Passport America rate) this park is fine--just don't expect more than the bare basics. The main reason we rated it a "3" is because of the run-down entry appearance.
Very nice, clean campground with friendly owners. Where these days can you find someone with the "honor system" for paying for drinks, ice cream, etc? Owners live on site, and we felt it was very secure. Great place surrounding the park to walk dogs and let them play. We would not hesitate to stop here again and would recommend it with no hesitation. It was far enough out of town to escape traffic congestion and noise, but still a very short drive to everything we wanted to see. $22 rate includes tax and an AARP discount.
A good basic campground that makes a great home base while touring the White Sands, Lincoln County ("Billy the Kid") and Alamogordo areas of New Mexico. Nothing fancy, but it is very quiet, has friendly owners and even has a hair salon on site. We were going to stay only 4 nights but extended when we found the place to be so quiet and so much to do in the area. Don't know how you could find a better value for the Passport America dollar!
This campground fit our needs very well in a place as isolated and hot as the Badlands. It is family-run and all of them are extremely congenial and helpful. The pool was great in the hot weather of July. The small restaurant with the "all you can eat" cowboy stew for supper or pancakes for breakfast (plus burgers) is very handy to have around because this is such an isolated place. The on-site small store also supplied basic needs. The campground is far from fancy, but if you want a place that provides reliable electric power for your air conditioners, good water, and good western hospitality this place should suit you fine. (One word of caution: 50-amp sites didn't have full hookups; full hookups are 30-amp. The owner let us park in a 50-amp site and extend our sewer hose over to the adjacent 30-amp site, so we had the best of both worlds). The $15 rate includes taxes and reflects the weekly/Good Sam discount.
We found this to be overall one of the best small campgrounds we've stayed in. The owner was very friendly and helpful, and the campground was meticulously clean and well-kept. It is a good "basic" campground, not many amenities. The $19 average daily rate included taxes and a weekly-rate discount.
This is a good basic campground. The staff/owners were very friendly and helpful. It is nothing fancy, but served our needs very well as a place to serve as a base while we toured the area. We felt it was a much better value than the campgrounds on the west side of Zion--the east side is less commercial and generally less expensive. With the weekly and Good Sam discounts our daily rate averaged $19 including taxes.
This KOA is convenient to Bryce Canyon National Park. We found it to be "tight" and a bit difficult to maneuver to the sites at the upper end of the campground. The sites generally are narrow for today's RV's with multiple slides. We found it difficult to walk around the motorhome with our slides extended. Overall, we felt this campground was acceptable; however, we felt it was overpriced. The $28 includes taxes but reflects the KOA and weekly discounts. We would have felt much better had the rate been around $20 or a bit less.
This is a very convenient park when visiting Capitol Reef and the surrounding area. Staff was very friendly and the camp has "cowboy suppers", fresh-baked bread for purchase plus you can put in your order each night for fresh-baked muffins of several varieties! The rate for us averaged $19 with taxes, including the weekly and Good Sam discounts. Overall, a good value and nice place to stay.
We enjoyed our stay here while touring the Moab area. The Passport America/weekly rate of $14 (including taxes) per night makes this an outstanding value. It is a "no frills" campground, but that is exactly what we look for--we tour during the day and just want a campground that is clean, secure and has good hookups. The owner was also very helpful and friendly. Would not hesitate to stay here again--just don't look for swimming pools, recreation areas, etc.
At the $12 Passport America rate this campground is hard to beat. Very clean, excellent security, easy access and a convenience store on site. We stayed two nights while touring the area; we wish more campgrounds were as clean. It is an excellent value and a great place to stop for a night or two.
We stayed here one week and the rate averaged $14 including tax. Overall, we felt this was an excellent value. It is very close to I-40 but far enough away to minimize traffic noise. The nearby Love's is extremely easy to get to and there is also a Petro and Chevron nearby. Very easy access to all the sites around Grants. The biggest drawback for us was the close proximity to the very busy railroad--about 20 or more trains per day and, unfortunately, there is a crossing nearby so each train blows its air horn--this can be very annoying at night if you cannot "tune it out".
We were a bit tense about staying here because of so many reviews in which people had been evicted because of trouble with dogs (our Chihuahua can be noisy). We were especially careful with him and carried him to the walk areas to ensure no "accidents". The park was very clean, but there is some noise from the airport and the very busy railroad tracks. The owner was quite friendly and our dog behaved; we did not witness any unusual inspections or observations regarding pets. Overall, however, we thought the campground was overpriced. We would have felt much better had we been paying only $18 - $22 per night rather than $28. Note that this did include extra charges for 50-amp and cable.
Almost did not stay here because of the earlier reviews, especially regarding mud and being cramped. This used to be a KOA and we found it to be quiet and clean. There appear to be a lot of "longer term" campers but the overall atmosphere is pleasant and nothing looked "trashy" to us. Roads are gravel; there are some tight turns that we had no trouble with in a 42' motorhome with toad. There was one low limb that allowed some minor brushing of the roof; we will report that to the management. For the $14 (including tax and 50-amp) Passport America rate, this campground is a very good value.