Dubois is a great little town and the campground was a great place for a one or two night stay. It was one of the better KOAs we have seen. Clean restrooms and showers. Nice indoor pool and a great location. You can walk to town for good restaurants and small town shopping. We stayed on our way to the Tetons and I would come back and stay again. They only reason it was a 7 is that the grounds are typical KOA grounds. Not much beauty, privacy or landscape. Site are decent length apart but not huge. I would really recommend it though as it is a great location and a great town.
We are a family that traveled with our two kids, ages 9 and 6 in a motorhome. We stayed here for only one night. For us, this was a typical interstate overnight campground. Nothing terrible about it at all but a place we would only want to stay for one or two nights. Although there is ample room between sites, they are all pretty much in the open. Not much privacy. The pool and playground were good. The kids liked the newer basketball hoop. The new owners just purchased this in April of 2011. I talked with the one of the owners for a while as he was working on improving the playground. They definitely spent some money improving the grounds and amenities. They are working hard to improve the park and doing a nice job. Just working with a limited asset. We would stay here again.
We are a family that travels with our two kids - Ages 9 and 6. We stayed hear unexpectedly after a change of plans. We were very nervous as we could not find a website for this park or any other reviews. We were refereed there by another park that was full. It turned out to be a very nice overnight stop. It is a mostly seasonal or permanent site park but it does not feel that way. All of the sites are very well maintained. The sites were a bit close with not much between them. The pool was great and the playground was nice as well. Bathrooms were very clean and decorated nicely. We would stay here again on an overnight if need be.
We are a family that traveled with our two children, ages 9 and 6 in a motorhome. This park was absolutely beautiful for us. The only reason it did not get a 10 was because of the lack of amenities for kids. We only stayed one night but two or three would have been great even without a pool or nearby playground. The sites were huge with lots of green between sites. The park is very well maintained and has lots of mature trees. The historic town is nice but closes down very early. We biked up to the town at 5:30 on a Friday only to find the ice cream shop and gift stores closed. Even so, this was one of our favorite state parks that we have been to. We would return.
We are a family with 9 and 6 year old children. The park was very nice. Undoubtedly the cleanest campground we have ever stayed at. The owners take great pride in living up to the reputation created by other camper reviews and they did not disappoint. It is a smaller park but still has a very nice pool and playground which our kids loved. The only negative would be the road noise if you are in certain sites. Some of the sites on the other side of the loop would be fine but the one we were in had fairly significant road noise.