This was a one night stop. This campground was good for us. No noise. The town was interesting. Would stay again if this way. Did not use restrooms so do not know how they looked. There are monthly rentals there.
This was a very nice park. The folks in office are very friendly and helpful. Gravel pads but that is OK for us. We ate in the Cafe and it was very good. Would definitely stay here again and would recommend the campground.
Very nice campground. Close to Mesa Verde National Park. Clean laundry. The folks that work there are friendly. There is no cable; however, you can get air stations. Wi-Fi works well. Nice pool and hot tub. Would stay here again.
The rate reflects KOA rewards being used. We were in a fairly level site. Folks in office was friendly. Everything looked clean. The sites are gravel. The only thing I can complain about was not the campgrounds fault. The folks that was beside us on Monday night had a motorhome. They decided to leave at 3:30 am and let the motorhome run.
This was a very nice park. Lady in office was friendly and helpful. Pulled in, no level required. Set up and that was it. Only stayed one night on way back across country. Would stay here again if in the area.
This was a very nice park. The lady in the office was really friendly and helpful. When we pulled in, we did not have to level anything, just set up. We were in site 46 which was on the end. This was really nice. If I had known more about the river sites I would have reserved one of those. Just be aware if you shower in the bath house to take quarters. Would stay here again.
Folks in office very friendly. The site we had was not too bad. You just have to watch folks parking in the road. Had to level on one side. Internet one hour daily free then have to purchase. Older than some KOAs we have stayed in. But close to Yosemite with hook ups.
We only stayed one night. Did not use showers since they were pay. No one around when we arrived and waited until we saw someone to check in. Sites are tight getting into and out of for bigger RVs. Wi-Fi very sporadic.
Very good park. The bathrooms and showers are very clean. All the folks in the office are very friendly. We have stayed here before and like the park. The same this time. Would recommend and would stay here again.
This was one of the best parks we have stayed in. The sites are large and not just a parking lot like some we saw. The bathrooms and laundry were very clean. Would stay here again and highly recommend. I would also recommend to make reservations since they fill up fast.
We were here for one night. No noise and it suited our needs while in Dodge City. Would stay here again. At times it could get really close since they put trailers in the grass between the gravel sites.
This is a very nice park. The site we had was level and large. The pier was very nice. The only complaint are the dryers in the laundry room. I dried one load for an hour and they still were not dry. Would have liked to stay here longer than 14 days.
Sites are very close together. Folks in Trading Post and at Pier were very friendly, however others were not. I suppose it is the location, however of the 700 sites showing only approx 200 are available to overnight campers. The rest are permanent. Have not been to Myrtle Beach for 25 years and will probably not go back. Wi-Fi is free for 15 minutes a day. You can purchase by the day, week, month, however folks in office did not let use know this.
I already had reservations when I read the last reviews. When we arrived I did not know what to expect. However I was surprised. Everyone was friendly in the office. We had WI-FI, at times it was really slow but that happens at home also. The site we had was level. The only thing we noticed is that the sewer hook up was up hill from the the trailer, but did not cause a problem.
The rate was with the $4.00 parking fee charged by the state park. This is a nice state park, however I am used to the Virginia State Parks that go above and beyond. Also you had to pay for the showers. No one was there to check us in so we did not know this until we walked to the bathhouse.