There are VERY clean restrooms and showers. There is nice staff. The frass was tall, though, and looked like it hadn't been mowed in a long time. There was a large ant hill on our camp site. There is quite a bit of road noise and we heard a train in the night. Overall, though, we would stay here again - restrooms were very clean and rates were reasonably priced.
There are very clean restrooms and nice staff. The camp sites were small, and many did not have shade of any kind. The noise level was really bad, at night, from nearby airport, interstate, and train. It was very difficult to get any sleep. It is VERY windy. One has to drive past several seedy-looking houses to get to the campground. The turns are very clearly marked to get to the site from I-40. There is a store on-site, but it seemed over-priced. Overall, we would not stay here again.
It is a very clean, modern campground, with nice, clean restrooms. There is a huge laundromat on site. There are gravel camping spots. There is free coffee. The only real problem was that the campgrounds is right on the interstate, and the road noise was really loud. Also, there was no shade from the sun or privacy from being seen by interstate traffic. I wasn't given the camp site requested, even though there was no one at the site when we registered. (But, it may be that someone had reserved that particular site ahead of time - I don't know.) All you have to do is show your KOA receipt to get discounts a the Denny's next door. Overall, we would be willing to camp there again.