The normal rate here is $125/night. Because it was the end of the season we got a better rate. The roads are all gravel including the sites. I had to cut limbs in the entry road to get through and also at the site to be able to put my slides out. They are the only RV park which allow a 45 foot RV so they have the only game in the Jackson Hole area. The folks are friendly and accommodating.
We parked here during the Fair for $20 with no hookups. There was a great deal of confusion with the staff about being here during the Fair. Normally, there are "shared" hookups in the asphalt parking lot area. This location is over priced for what you get. I've passed by several times to stop at other locations.
A bit pricy, but very nice. Close to the west entrance of Yellowstone park. They keep things very nice. There are a lot of trees in the older section which need some trimming for Big Rigs. They fill up most nights.
In town Cody with most of the town within walk distance including the Buffalo Bill Historic Museum. Gravel roads with patio, picnic table and grass between sites. Dusty with the traffic. The big concern is they refuse to cut tree limbs. If you have a motorhome you will need to ask for a pull-through site. Trimming a limb is like asking them to cut down all the trees in the park. Because of my height (12' 10") I had to weave between low branches on the entry road.
This is the best KOA I have ever stayed at. Cement pads and even though the drive and roads were gravel it was not dusty and dirty. The owners take great pride in keeping the place is great condition. There are limited spots for big rigs especially over 40 ft. They were accommodating about cutting tree limbs and providing information. This is a great place to be to travel the area from such as the Bighorn Canyon National Park and Hwy 14A in the Bighorns.
Some of the trees on the entry road are below 13 feet. I had to snake through to get to the office to register. The sites are grass which is much better than the gravel and dirt sites typical of the area. The location is about 5-6 miles outside Sturgis. Wi-Fi is typical with weak signal. The sites are on a slight hill so leveling a 45 ft coach can be a bit challenging. Workers were friendly and helpful.
This was like parking in a gravel pit. The sites were very close and difficult to get into or out of. We waited until the folks around us were gone. I'm not sure I could have gotten out with our rig (45 ft). The no-see-ums will eat you alive. They can make it through your screens so close your windows and use the A/C. The weekend we left after the rally the price went up to $90+.
Being on Hilton Head during this time of year means a whole lot of tree pollen. The tree leaves, branches and pollen made our roof a total disaster. I had to go up and remove all the debris as well as wash the roof and coach. Access is very tight for big rigs. The staff was a bit unorganized when we got there, but friendly and overall helpful. The location for things was very good.
Paved interior roads with gravel sites. The access to DC is good and takes travel time with the bus and metro about 45-55 minutes one way. WiFi was useable in the mornings, but generally not at night. The price is a bit high, but they have the only game in town.
The site we were on was level and open from trees for the most part for travel to our site and our dish. The roads were gravel, but the traffic was minimal. The place was worth the price. Travel to Charlottesville was about 15-20 minutes.
This is an over priced park for the quality. Roads are not paved and we had to drive to the very back of the park on a dusty gravel road. There are very few level sites if you have a larger coach. My rig and car was clean before I drove in and now looks like it hasn't been washed in months. This is rated 5 stars in Woodall's and to me it would be a 1 or 2 star. The only plus is it does have Wi-Fi that seems to work.
Nice park, just not accessible for large motorcoaches. The tree limbs and branches make it more than a challenge to get into and out of the park or RV section. The folks who run the place are very friendly and accommodating, but they just will not trim trees for folks to get through. I had to cut limbs for about an hour to get into the space where we were assigned. Even the road coming in and out I had to drive off the roadway on the grass to clear limbs to avoid doing damage. I called ahead to check on tree clearance, but it didn't help.
The park is poorly maintained! It is difficult to get into and out of with a big rig due to tree limbs. I had to back out of the second spot to prevent damage to my coach. Spots are crammed close together. I complained of the trees upon entry but nothing was ever done. Most people appear to be permanent residents. I would likely not stay here again.
The initial appearance included great landscaping, beautiful entry, concrete drive and pad sold us on this being an exceptional RV park. We were right when we went inside to check in. Everyone was exceptionally nice and the grounds were well taken care of. I wish I could find places like this all the time. They take pride in there facility. It would be great for a small rally.
When I arrived at the driveway I was surprised to find the trees were so low I was not able to drive in unless I was willing to do damage to my motorcoach. I stopped and called to find out if there was another way into the RV park and was told there was not. I had previously asked if the park was "Big Rig Friendly" and was told it was. The person in the office was indifferent and told me others drove through the branches. I told her I was not going to do damage to my coach because they were uncaring enough to not clear the limbs and branches.