We were pleasantly surprised with this park. It is about 10 miles north of Spokane, a little more than we like to travel off the route when staying one night. The owners are very helpful and invited us to pick from their large garden. The vegetables all looked luscious. We were even permitted to wash the front of our rig that was splattered with bugs from our travels. No cable, but antenna reception was superior to anywhere else we have been. 50 amp service, water, sewer, and WiFi all worked fine. The sites are level, gravel, and wide enough to back in our big rig. We plan to stay here again on our return trip!
The park is green with many flowers. The owners go to great lengths to keep it so nice. The sites are level and gravel. We had a wide back-in that was easy to negotiate, although we did see some that would have presented a challenge for our larger rig. On our first night, they had music presented by two Montana locals, and an ice cream social. It was very welcoming and friendly. The 30 amp service, water and sewer, cable all worked well. We would definitely stay here again
This has to be the nicest park we have been in yet. The roads are paved, wide, with wide turns. Our site was gravel with a concrete pad and picnic table. It was wide enough to accommodate our 4 slides and long rig and truck. The bath house was spotless. There is a gym, game room, pool and spa, each maintained superbly. All services were easy to access and worked well. The staff was friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again.
The park is convenient to I90. We were returning from the Grand Tetons enroute to Washington, so it was a good stop. The gravel sites are easily leveled. 30 amp service, water and sewer worked well. There is no cable, wifi worked well. There are nice shade trees throughout the park. The owner obviously puts a great deal of effort into maintaining the green landscape. We would stay here again if passing through the area.
The site was dusty and not level. There was a lodgepole pine in the middle of the site making placement of our 5th wheel very difficult. Getting out was even trickier. On the plus side, our site had a spectacular unobstructed view of the snow capped Tetons. The sewer connection was at the highest point of the site and then 18" above grade as well. You would need a sump pump for it to work properly. To top it off, there was some vandalism at night and someone cut our trailer breakaway cables straight through. Our neighbors had their water and electric shut off several times. We spliced the cables back together and then did a quick safety assessment. Learned a lesson here.
We stayed here for two nights. The gravel site was not level, making it difficult to level our rig. It was very tight, with our neighbor's water and sewer just one step out our door. Our water was shared on a three way so the water pressure was unpredictable. The best part of the campground was the view out the front and the spectacular fireworks display hosted in the field on the 4th of July. The rates were reasonable considering what they are in Jackson, although it is a 35 mile ride in. There is a well stocked grocery store within walking distance too. We would stay here again if passing through the area.
Our site was gravel and level and long enough for our truck and fifth wheel. Some concrete pads available. Sites were close; our neighbors sewer connection was right next to our picnic table. Services, cable, Wi-Fi, 50 amp, water, and sewer all worked well. Very close to the main road, but little road noise in our rig. Convenient to shopping. RV fueling station right next door had the best price and easiest access around. There is enough to do in Brigham City for a comfortable 3 or 4 day stay. We would camp here again.
The park is a basically a gravel parking lot with the basic services needed for an overnight stay. 50 amp, water, and sewer all worked fine. Sites are level but narrow. We had a privacy fence between us and our neighbor's site which helped. The wind howled so badly that we spent several hours with our slides tucked in. It is convenient to I-80 in a part of Wyoming where there are few other options. We did find that it was close to the Flaming Gorge NRA, reservoir and dam. The dam has a nice tour available that was very interesting. The loop took about 4 hours to complete. Don't miss the Sheep Creek geologic loop. We would stay here again, but only if passing through the area.
The park is convenient to I-80. Sites are gravel, level, but a bit short. We were told that our site was 60 ft long, but our nose stuck out into the roadway with our truck parked alongside our 37 ft fifth wheel. Road noise and train noise was minimal. Although we paid the full KOA price for our site, it did not have cable or sewer. Our antenna picked up several channels broadcast from Cheyenne. Water and electric 50 amp worked fine. The bathrooms and showers were immaculate. We do not have a dog, but the dog run area allowed for good exercise for the pets. It was a good stop for a short stay in Cheyenne and we would return if passing through the area.
Convenient access to I80. Although close to the interstate, road noise was negligible. Sites are gravel, level, although somewhat tight. Water pressure was low. Cable and wifi worked well. Sewer connection was difficult to find at ground level, practically under the RV tires! A good overnight stay.
This park is clean with long pull-through level gravel sites. There was no cable, and the water pressure was a bit low on city water. Convenient to I-70. Columbia has great shopping. A good resupply stop.
Location was convenient to I-24 and downtown Paducah. The historic riverfront is not to be missed. There are several good restaurants to choose from. The National Quilt Museum is worth a visit. The sites are gravel and level, but close together. The services all worked well. The park looked a bit tired though. The pool was not as clean as I like, but the water was warm and refreshing.
This is a large park convenient to I-75. The first site we were assigned was short, and it was difficult to position our rig due to trees. The staff was friendly and relocated us without a problem. There was heavy rain on our last night there, and the gravel pads drained exceptionally well. The services all worked well and the campground was quiet at night. Due to the rain there were no fires in the fire pits, but their placement might present a problem with the proximity to neighbors' sites. Sites were barely long enough for our rig and truck and were quite close together. There are some wonderful sights to see in the area and the park was convenient to all.
Park is convenient to I-75 without any road noise. Sites are level, with gravel surface, but sandy. Situating our rig was a bit difficult due to tree placement at the entry to the site. The roads were wide enough to navigate easily. Staff was friendly and helpful. We stayed one night and found all the services to be adequate.