We bought a membership here a few months ago when our membership park went bankrupt. This is a very family friendly campground. What we like about it most is they have full hooks up (our other membership campground didn't have sewer at it's campsites) and our 13 year old kids love the teen room. It's really nice to find a campground your kids can grow with. There is a small kids room, teen room and adult room. Providing a special hang out room for teens is exactly what we needed so I never have to worry about my kids giving me the "it's so boring" whine. If you go on a crowded weekend (Memorial or Labor Day or their Luau theme day), your teens will even like it better meeting new friends in the teen hangout. The staff is friendly, although I highly recommend you drive through the park and pick out sites that accommodate your needs because you can't just describe what you need and expect to be placed in an appropriate site. We also really like the free day pass to the lake close by, Scotts Flat. That's a great perk and one of the main reasons why we bought a membership here since we bought a fishing boat a couple years ago. All in all this is a nice, family oriented camping ground and I recommend it to anyone living in the area who is considering a membership campground.
The staff is very friendly and they spot you at your site. The whole park is gravel with grass only on the edges of the park and they pack you in pretty closely but it's fine if only staying for a short time. There is a shuttle to Winner's Casino that runs until midnight. There is Wi-Fi at your site and they have cable TV but it needs to be upgraded to HD because it cut out a lot. We would definitely stay again (but we're bringing our satellite dish next time)!
Location, location, location. This is a very family friendly RV park with friendly staff. If you are going to Lagoon, it is convenient to stay here. Our kids went to Lagoon and we went to lunch at Red Iguana, getting back in time for when they returned to change into their bathing suits to go back to Lagoon. There is a gate from the park to the campground but have your kids get a hand stamp when they get to the park because the gate to the campground is exit only. You can hear the noise from the park but if you are inside your RV, it doesn't bother you. And I love all the families who stay here --it's packed and everyone has kids so you don't have to worry about the grouchy, old person next to you who complains about your kids making too much noise in your own RV (and we are old and don't make much noise but had a neighbor like that near Yellowstone!) Do your laundry here too since it's only 75 cents to wash and 25 cents to dry (but you'll need two cycles). My only complaint is I wish they would do a little upgrades like Wi-Fi at the campsite (my kids can't live without You Tube) and their reservation computer system sorely needs upgrading (e.g. they can't e-mail you your confirmation but need to mail it to you - who does that anymore). We would stay again but only if going to Lagoon.
The staff here was incredibly nice and you feel like you are in the middle of the forest so it's a beautiful setting at each site. But I was really disappointed in the amenities. They do have an indoor pool but unfortunately it had no water in it when we were there. It's the middle of June at Yellowstone. Isn't this peak season! They have laundry facilities but they were broken too. So I had to lug my laundry to the timeshare my brother was staying at across the street. We had to use their pool too! There is no Wi-Fi at the campsite although you can drag your computer to the office and get Wi-Fi there. My wireless card did work fine at the campsite. One of the showers was missing a shower curtain and unfortunately it was right in front of the door so if you were getting dressed and someone opened the door, the whole world could see you naked. Come on -- a shower curtain would cost maybe $10! And my shower water wasn't even hot although my daughter says hers was hot but she complained about the number of spiders in her shower. She never took a shower for the rest of the trip outside of our RV after this one. If you don't care about amenities, this is an okay place to stay at a reasonable price. But this was our vacation and I was disappointed because I expected what I saw on their advertisements. We wouldn't stay again.
OMG - what a nice resort! The staff was very friendly and more than helpful. We spent two weeks traveling across 5 states and this was the kids' favorite resort. We traded with ROD and I can't tell you how much nicer this resort is than our home resort. I wish I could drag the owner from our resort here so they can see how one should be run! There is Wi-Fi at your campsite, a pool, basketball court, playground for the kids, and s'mores on Friday nights! This is a membership campground so understand if you are not a member or a member at an affiliate resort, you will have to take a tour. If you are considering membership, this is the nicest resort we have ever stayed at for ROD. They were obviously making improvements when we were there, which is a lot more than I can say about our home resort (which doesn't even have full hookups!) We would definitely stay again.
My husband is not a big KOA fan so we don't stay at KOAs but we had to stay at this one because the reviews are so good. Do yourself a favor and stay here too. The owners took a run down RV park and turned it into the #1 KOA in the U.S. They spent 2 years RVing themselves so they know what you want. Look around and you will see little things you have always wanted that most places don't have. For example, their pads are level and concrete: no need for leveling your rig. There are trash cans very close to every site. They have a dog playground. They take all recycling and since I've been dragging all our recycle items to National Parks this trip since most places take only cans if they recycle at all. This is just another example of how the owners cater to their customers. We also went to their Sunday brunch, which had good food at a very reasonable price. This is small town customer service: the way things used to be but are so hard to find these days. The only downside was it was a little pricey. My recommendation is understand that you get what you pay for and splurge so you can see how an RV resort should be run. You won't be disappointed!
We stayed here overnight on our way to Mount Rushmore. This is an okay place to stay overnight if you don't need any amenities. There is a playground for the kids and a basketball hoop. Outside of that, it is just a gravel park. The laundry room and showers were clean. It's $1.50 to wash and 75 cents to dry, which I thought was reasonable. Wi-Fi costs extra but my Verizon wireless card had a good signal so we skipped the extra charge. The best thing about this RV park is the location. It is right by the river and walking distance to Fort Caspar. We would stay here again but would probably try somewhere else first.
This is a nice RV park with gravel pull through spots. The staff was fabulous. The rate was very reasonable with our Good Sams discount. The dog runs were spacious. Our kids liked the playground (the see saw was great) and miniature golf. They had free Wi-Fi. If you have two laptops, you will need two codes and they were happy to give it to you. The cable was awesome with many channels. It would have been nice if they had a pool but as it's windy in Rawlins, maybe that's why they don't have one. We would stay here again if passing through.
This is one of the nicest RV resorts we have stayed in ever. The staff was above and beyond friendly and will spot you at your site. They had us park our truck in the site next to ours, which was convenient. They asked if we would be unhooking when we checked in so that they could put us in an appropriate spot. The playground looked great although my kids didn't use it. They did use the basketball court. The showers were the best set up I've ever seen. The interstate and refinery didn't bother us at all although while driving into the resort we could smell the refinery but it never bothered us once here. I'm giving it a 9 instead of a 10 because my daughter complained there were a lot of mosquitoes but it's not their fault. Also if I ruled the world (which I don't), I'd have recycle containers and a work out room (which I realize is totally not standard). The Wi-Fi worked great and they had cable TV. We absolutely would stay again.
This is a nice basic place to stay if you are staying for one night and don't need amenities. There is no pool or playground for the kids. The sites are pull through, which is nice so you don't have to unhook. I like this RV park because it is right next door to a casino and a nice country style cafe (breakfast was awesome). The service was good and portions huge. They give you a $2 off coupon and a-free-drink-at-the- casino bar coupon per adult. We would stay here again if passing through. The rate is a Good Sams rate.