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08/2011
rating [ 1/10 ]
This one was definitely the worse KOA we stayed at during our vacation. This KOA is so far away from the town of Jackson Hole it might as well be in a different state. Sites are very cramped and a problem if traveling with pets. River is accessed by traveling down a narrow, slick, muddy path and sand area is about 5 ft wide with plenty of mean red ants. No place to sit and not shade by the "river". Water access to the site leaked and the red ants were terrible, climbing on everything. We stayed long enough to walk down to the river and back to our site and then left and made the drive to Idaho Falls. Staff running around on motorized carts very unprofessional. Should have just parked in the Albertsons parking lot!
08/2011
rating [ 1/10 ]
While Devils Tower is super impressive, can't say the same for the KOA. Pool is small and water cold, no spa. KOA is at base of mountain but blocked from view at most of the sites due to trees. Ate at the overpriced cafe and it was over $50 for 2 adult burgers (no fries), 2 kids burgers, 4 very small side salads and all the flies you can swat. They should take some of the profits and invest in fly strips. Nightly showing of Close Encounters is on a screen smaller than our living room with two small speakers and too many mosquito's.
08/2011
rating [ 1/10 ]
Beware of back-in sites because of over grown trees protruding into site. We got lucky and didn't back all the way into site - thereby missing a huge limb that would have taken out the top roof line of our RV. "Free firewood" was termite infested. Rose bushes, trees, landscaping all over grown. "Pool" area consists of an area that at most is 18" deep - fine for very tiny ones but older kids will not enjoy. Staff was friendly enough and this KOA needs much work. Hookups are shared and hard to access depending on how many plants/weeds are overgrown.
08/2011
rating [ 1/10 ]
This was one of the worst KOA's we stayed at during a 2-1/2 week vacation. Sites are crowded and you are either at the edge of a tiny dirty river or about 10 ft from a major highway. We moved from our "pull thru" site because it had a half buried building in front of the space to one by the freeway - lots of semis and several trains run by. No river access for the kids which wasn't a big loss considering. Sewers are not capped except by large rock or tin can - smell is terrible. Has to be a health hazard. Find a different spot to stay.
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