This is a convenient stop along I-75 on the way to Florida. The sites are just long enough for our truck and fifth wheel, but the motorhome in the spot ahead of us kept their tow vehicle attached in the road ahead of us. We were not able to position our fifth wheel to take advantage of the paved patio and our step was in the grass along side the site. The host brought us to the site and positioned us, so it is unclear why he didn't notice the problem. He reassured us that if we didn't need to leave too early in the morning that the motorhome would be leaving the next day to allow enough room for us to pull out of our site. The services work well. The bathroom is a single seater in a shed building on property. Not bad for a one night stay, but we will look for another property when traveling this way again.
The campground is one of the cleanest we have seen in the area, with paved roadways and pads. Whoever designed the park must have never driven an RV. The sites were at a 90 degree angle to the roadway making entry either into the pull-through or the back-ins nearly impossible. The roadways were narrow and we were unable to back up our fifth wheel into the first site we were assigned because of vehicles parked on the adjacent sites. We took another site that allowed us to use the roadway better for angling our entry. The services worked well, 50 amp, water, sewer, and cable. There is a free shuttle to a nearby casino. As previous reviews have mentioned, the bathrooms are spectacular. Showers are roomy, clean, and updated. After the initial difficulties getting into our site, it was a wonderful place to stay for a couple of days.
Our site was level and long enough to accommodate our truck and fifth wheel. The services, 50 amp, water, and sewer worked well. There is no cable. There was a very severe storm while we were there so we were happy to be away from the trees but were unable to raise the antenna for TV. The road was paved but narrow. Sites were gravel. It was a good stop for an overnight stay.
Our site was long enough for our truck and fifth wheel, gravel, and fairly level. The roads are narrow with many trees. Roads are poorly marked for traffic direction. We left in a thunderstorm and could barely differentiate the sites from the road. We had a site far from the trees. Services, 50 amp, water and sewer all worked fine. There is no cable and just a few antenna stations, so if you have satellite ask for a spot out in the open. The access from I-75 was long, narrow, with rolling hills. There is little else in the area, so we would stay here again if we are nearby.
Our site was long, paved,but somewhat unleveled. The large trees make some sites inappropriate for a big rig but for the most part are well trimmed. Roads are paved and narrow. The entrance road is quite narrow but passable without oncoming traffic. Be alert at the entrance to the campground, there is a blind curve when making the left into the driveway. The services, 50 amp, water, sewer and cable all worked well. The town of Sweetwater is small but you can get farm fresh vegetables and groceries within a five mile drive.
Our site had 30 amp, water, and sewer. Cable connection at site did not work. When we questioned the host, we were told that the infrastructure was intact but the provider had not sent the hardware needed for the system. Antenna was very sketchy. Wifi was sporadic and unreliable. The roads were wide but trees not trimmed for big rig access. We needed to maneuver around a very large branch and watched others do the same. Management took care of that tree when notified, but other trees were also in need of trimming. One large pine near our site had a low hanging bough that was right over a fire pit. Bathrooms were functional, nothing fancy here. A bit pricey for what you get.
Sites are level, gravel, and long enough for even the biggest rigs and tow, Quiet setting. All services, 50 amp, sewer, and water worked well. Bathrooms were clean and showers roomy. Bring the bikes, there are great trails from here. We would stay here again.
This is primitive camping at its best. There is potable water available at the entrance to the campground but no other services. Their are two loops, the left loop appropriate for small pop-up trailers and tents, and the right loop with pull-through sites. Many sites would be difficult for a big rig due to low branches and leaning trees. Two sites, 42 and 43, are on the left side of the blacktop parking area across from the self registration kiosk. We had #43 and positioned our door and windows to face the meadow. It was level with lots of room for our slides and truck. It made for a surprisingly private site. Considering the rain we had on our last night, it also made for an easier pack up to leave. We enjoyed many of the programs and trails offered by the NPS and thoroughly enjoyed our stay here.
Sites are long and level. We had full hookups with 50 amp service. All services worked well. Call for directions. You must travel about 1 mile on a rough gravel road. The roads are wide enough to navigate with a big rig. Trees offer shade but are trimmed adequately not to interfere with maneuvering or positioning the RV. We would stay here again.
Our site was long, grassy and level with 30 amp service, water and sewer. The restrooms were quite a distance from our site. Showers were 50 cents, water flow was good but the floors were not clean and the facility dated. It was quiet and peaceful at night. We visited the Apostle Islands from there but it was a significant ride to Bayfield for the tour boat. There is not much else to do there. There were some off roaders at the campground and it seems that it is the big draw for this location. It is a good place for an overnight stay
We had a back in grassy gravel site. It was level with shared pedestals for 30 amp service and water. The water pressure was high necessitating a flow restrictor. The roads were poorly maintained with large potholes which filled with water from the rain. The park is convenient to town and the locks. It was enjoyable to watch the passing ships from our site. Overall it was a pleasant stay with adequate room between sites and quiet neighbors. We would stay here again if returning to the area.
This is an older KOA, and like most KOAs are well used and tired. Our site was fairly level, gravel, with a picnic table. It was long enough to accommodate our rig and truck. There are large trees for shade, but trimmed adequately to maneuver the roads and site. The services (50 amp, cable, water and sewer) all worked well. The park is convenient to town for shopping, restaurants, and services, and an easy off from I-94. We did not have reservations, but the hosts accommodated us politely and led us to the site. He checked all the services to be sure all was working before we set up. The park was full by evening, but quiet and comfortable. We would stay here again if passing through the area.
Gravel Sites are located on a steep terraced hill, but are level and long enough for our truck and rig. There is good space and green lawn between sites. We had a fantastic view from site 14. Restrooms were spotless. The hosts greet you with an ice cream, guide you to the site, and checks to see if all services are accessible. They are helpful and friendly. Wi-Fi was unreliable and there are only 4 air broadcast stations. This is our second time at this park and enjoyed our stay.
Sites were gravel and easily leveled with additional boards. Our site was a pull through reached by traveling the road which takes an S shaped turn around the office. Trees, posts, and hanging branches made it difficult to navigate. No one from the office guided you to the site, and on the way, a large tree branch grazed the entire side of our rig leaving a large scratch. Getting out was just as difficult with a large bark scarred pine right at the exit of the site. We managed to avoid that one, but obviously others were not as lucky. All services worked fine. There is no cable and no antenna, so have some other entertainment planned if visiting here.
Sites are clean, paved, level, and wide enough for our rig with 4 slides. Wide grassy areas between sites. Services, cable, 50 amp electric, water and sewer worked well. Several restaurants in casino as well as gym and indoor pool, and of course gaming. We spent two days here. Sites were full and several campers stayed in the dry camping lot adjacent to the campsite for free. Only downside of the campground was the roads to and in the campground were narrow and difficult to navigate without hitting curbs or running over grass. We would stay here again.
This is a run of the mill KOA with a big price tag. Our site was long enough for our rig and truck, gravel, but not terribly level. Services, 50 amp, cable, water, and sewer all worked fine. The restrooms were clean in the early afternoon, but my dad took a shower in the morning to a bathroom crawling with bugs. The ladies room was no better at 8 AM. It is a good place for a quick overnight, but we probably would not return. There is not enough value for your dollar.
The park is dated and unkempt right across the road from a beautiful bay. Gravel sites are weedy and very unleveled. The view from our site was of two older full time residents trailers with weeds knee high to their rigs. Little is done to enforce basic rules. One neighbor attached their rig to the sewer with a garden hose for a drain. Needless to say, we were very offended by the odor. We reported it to the office and got a blank stare. After saying that if you can't do anything, then possibly the county would, they did speak to the camper to correct it. 30 amp service, cable, water and sewer all worked fine. If you are looking for basic services for an overnight stay, this campground is OK, but it is not a destination resort in any way.
As previous reviews have noted, this park is neat, clean, friendly with paved sites . The landscaping is nicely done with flowering plants and shrubs throughout the park. Sites have grass with gravel utility areas. All services worked well including the high speed internet which is worth the $20 refundable deposit on the Ethernet cable. Roadways are narrow and maneuvering larger rigs may be difficult. The hosts met us on arrival and helped with positioning our rig, so it was much easier than we expected. There are no other real options anywhere nearby as we checked out all the other campsites, so if you can't stay here go to the Holiday Inn.
The park is clean, sites and roads paved. Our site was cracked and unlevel, but our rig easily adjusted to the pavement. Sites are very narrow. Our truck was unable to fit on the lot, but the management arranged for a parking spot behind the office. Management was accommodating but not particularly friendly. They are serious about the rules. It is a very large park with many well kept full time rigs throughout. Fulltimers were helpful and friendly. Services all worked well but the water was somewhat difficult to access in a below grade water box. We would stay here again if passing through the area.
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.