We stayed here for three nights while visiting friends. The staff was very helpful, the grounds spotless, the security excellent, and the public rooms were always clean when I used them. The location is a good one as it is close to the I-94, tho you don't hear it, and major shopping - restaurants, groceries, Walmart, etc. They also have a quite large open grassy area in the back which was perfect for walking our two dogs. Plus we took advantage of their pet sitting service one day while we were gone. We would definitely stay here again.
The comments posted about the gravel road into this KOA no longer apply. The road from exit 450 has been paved. We camped here in early September and requested a water/electric only site because I could see the sites with water/electric/sewer/cable were packed. The area we were in was sparsely occupied so we had no one next to us. We were able to walk our dogs down along the Yellowstone River which flows by the campground. The campground is well maintained, the staff friendly and helpful, and all the public rooms I used were very clean. We would camp here again.
Absolutely spectacular setting on Henry's Lake. Our campsite had a wonderful view of the lake and the marsh which was full of water fowl. The campground is very open with one loop having electricity and water and the other loop offering only electrical. There is a nice paved trail along the marsh which is dog friendly. Most of the folks staying here were serious fishermen and women. We only stayed here one night, but would come back and stay longer.
US Forest Service campground in lovely setting in mountains above Wells. No hookups and be sure you have water before you come. There was a water faucet but it had a warning sign stating to boil the water 15 minutes before using it. We detached the 5'ver and drove our truck up to Angel Lake where there is another campground. We were glad we did. The road up the mountain to Angel Lake has gorgeous views but has some tight turns. Not recommended for big rigs. Plus the campsites at Angel Lake are small, though we were told later there were two sites long enough for bigger RVs but how big I'm not sure. We were happy at Angel Creek which had lovely views looking across the Ruby Mountains. We would camp here again.
Very nice state park with views to the west of Washoe Lake and the Sierra. The campground is not right next to the lake but you do have a view of it from the campsites. We stayed here after Labor Day so the park was not busy and we found a nice level pull through with trees. Many sites had trees which provided shade. No hookups but water faucets are distributed throughout the campground if you need to add water to your RV. Lots of open areas for dog walking which was great for our two dogs. Only caution is the wind normally blows a lot in this area especially in the afternoon but when the sun goes down it usually stops blowing. Nice location off the highway but close to Carson City and all services. We would definitely camp here again.