A gem in the Everglades! A true A-class RV Resort. Paved roads and concrete slab lots that are landscaped and maintained to a T! Some Bay front lots with boat docks, some lake front with docks, and some interior lots. Golf cart friendly. 3 pools, 3 hot tubs, 3 bath houses. Full time maintenance crew. All lots are individually owned, so there is a condo association to keep everything A+ perfect. Lots of big rigs!
Super friendly staff. Appears to be family run. Great spot for ATVers to call home base. Trails close by and Leadville is now ATV friendly so you can ride them on the public roads legally. Park is a little old and in need of some maintenance. Sites are dirt and weed patches. Fairly level for RVs but lots of holes and patches to twist your ankles on. Needs a good tractor raking and gravel to get a better rating. Sites are very dusty when dry, very muddy when wet. Fits big rigs, and has 50 amp service, but it's more of a rustic campground than a nice RV park. We would stay again if some site maintenance is made.
Nice clean out of town park. Nicely manicured and landscaped. Friendly staff. Only two negatives stood out for us, and unfortunately are out of the park's control, but they bring our overall rating down. 1) There is zero cell phone service. You have to drive towards town to get a signal. We travel while still running a business so this was tough. 2) There is a busy quarry on the same road so the truck road noise was constant all day. Too bad. Such a nice place.
We were happy to find this KOA just 4 miles from downtown Ouray. We stayed in a premium pull through site for 8 nights, which had more than enough length to fit our 38' fifth wheel and truck. The staff was friendly. The sites were clean. All sites have some shade. We had lots of room on the starboard (entry side) of our RV site, however the port (hook up) side was only about 6 feet from our neighbor. Since the KOA is away from the main highway, there was no road noise. The only negative we have about this KOA is that there is NO CABLE TV. After a long day hiking and trail riding, it's nice to come home and pop on the TV. Come on Ouray KOA. If you want big rigs and first class RV rigs to stay more than a day or two, you have to supply basic amenities like Cable TV or at least rent Satellite boxes for the 95% of RVers that do not have a dish.
We are given the opportunity to select our specific site when making the booking over the phone. It was PERFECT! Easy pull through site with 50 amp service. You can rent a satellite TV box for a couple of bucks to get a ton of TV channels. Worked perfectly. Staff was very accommodating and welcoming. We did some hikes and best yet, we rented ATV's from "Vallecito ATV" and it was AWESOME! If you are there in the woods and the mountains, get out there and see it all! Some great little restaurants very close by. Ask at office for a list. We would absolutely stay here again!
Wow, what an awesome find in the middle of nowhere! Needed a place to stay while traveling on Highway 49. Was a little concerned that this park was 11 miles from the highway, but WOW! it was totally worth it! This is a state run camp and was totally clean and professionally run. Sites had at least 100' of space between them! BIg RIG FRIENDLY! Lawns were maintained very well. Paved driveways and pads. Excellent Wi-Fi. Excellent TV reception. Super clean restrooms and laundry room. The manager was very friendly and wanted to be completely sure we enjoyed our stay. I would have given it a 10+ if it had a pool, but other than that it was PERFECT! A gem of a find!
What a great park! Super friendly staff. Was escorted to my site and shown the hookups. 50 amp service. Wi-Fi strong and fast. HUGE sites and very long. Free Limousine to the BIG TEXAN steakhouse. Easy on and off highway access. Was fairly quiet for being located so close to highway. Loved it! Would recommend to anyone and would stay again for sure.
Needed a place to pull off 81/287 for the night. Was good for that. Staff was friendly. Had 50 amp service and CATV. Wi-Fi signal was good, but the connection was super slow and made checking email very tedious. A little noisy from trucks at night. Gravel pads not very wide, slides almost touch neighbors. If you use a GPS, ignore it and just get off the exit for Fruitland RD. It will be right off the exit. Nothing else around, so if you need a place to recharge your batteries, this will work.
Easy access from highway. Only about 1 mile from ramp which makes it close enough for a an easy overnight stay, but far enough that you do not hear highway noise. Friendly staff at check in. Directed me to my site and showed me the hookups. Wi-Fi was strong and fast. TV reception was great. Pool was a little old, but very clean and a nice relief from heat. Made me feel like I was on a farm as there were free range chickens running around. Sites were long and level. I wish the pads were gravel or paved, tracked a lot of sand into the RV. Great spot for big rigs to stay overnight.
Roomy park that is well kept. Nice store and clubhouse. The back lots look over a very nice range and pasture. The lots had plenty of space. Big rig friendly for sure! 50amp service available, water, and sewer. WiFi was available in the clubhouse. If you are into 4-wheelers, there is some of the most beautiful riding trails in Montana available from the park. Bring your toys and stay a while. Little town of Anaconda had some quaint little restaurants: a pleasant throwback from the 60's and 70's that were reasonably priced for big portions. Hot springs and golf resort are right next to the park. Staff was very helpful and happy. Loved it, would stay again for sure. Would have given it a 10 if the sites were a little more level and roads were paved.
$65/night and no WiFi??? Wow, definitely not a resort at all! Tired old place. VERY TIGHT spots. Dirt roads. It is pretty much a parking lot with full hookups. Did have CA/TV so that was nice. Very cramped: not what you would picture in wide open Wyoming! We had to have the neighbor move his pickup just so I could pull out. I would go back to Jackson Hole again, but I will be looking for a better place to stay for sure!
Great spot to pull off the highway and stay the night. Nothing much around the area. Grocery store is 20-25 minutes away. Clean park oddly located on the side of a hill/meadow. Long dirt road to entry. GPS will take you down a long dead end road, so don't use your Garmin! Call for directions! Can handle biggest of big rigs. Clean and well maintained.
10 - 10 - 10 ! This is the real deal! What a fantastic heavily wooded campground that has full hookups and can handle the biggest of big rigs. This is by far the best campground we have ever stayed at! Just minutes from Glacier Park. It is what you picture as a real campground in the woods, as opposed to most RV parks that are nothing but a big parking lot. Book early, stay here, and you too will give it a 10!
Wake up Trailer Life / Good Sams... you gave this place a 9.5 and 10 rating??? Ok, it was clean, but it was definitely the tightest RV park I have ever stayed at. And I thought KOA's were tight. The pull through sites are "Buddy sites" meaning that you pull in the opposite way you neighbor does, so your entry door meets theirs. Picnic table are end to end so if your neighbor is at his, you will be bumping elbows. There was not enough room to put out awnings, or they would touch the neighbors unit 4 feet away. A lot of the park is full time working folks. More like trailer park living. The highway borders the front of the property so the highway noise is LOUD. I would call it an ok place to pull off the highway and sleep the night, but not if you are there to camp out a few days. The reason they are totally booked up all the time is because of the full time residents. Camping World and a large RV dealer is next door so that's a plus.