We fulltime, and I wanted to offer an accurate review compared to the person who had a negative review in June 10. The park is quite nice, well shaded in summer. Kids have a lot to do; they can even feed the donkeys. Close to I-70 but far enough away to avoid the noise. Roads are in good condition even after days of rain. Staff very friendly. The $5 charge for visitors is a KOA thing and is not specific to this park. We would stay here again.
I read all the reviews and they are accurate. This is a good "basic" RV Park and you can't beat the price and staff. Two other parks are close, but do you need to pay more to park for a night or several weeks, as we did. We would stay here again.
We had the weekly rate. If you have business in Sioux Falls then this location is great. Nothing special about the campground but it's safe and maintained. To find it get off the Madison Ave. exit, turn right at fairground sign, down the street you will see the campground sign and drive to RV area.
Nice park, it's fairly new and improving. Lots of sites with shade for the Texas summer days. The park is about 12 miles west of town and if you get a chance to choose a site toward the back of the park the road noise from I-20 will be reduced. It's not that close but for some reason the noise seems to funnel in to the park. Great staff,clean facilities. We would stay here again since this park gives you a country setting compared to the parking lot effect of some others in that area.
Great park and they take Passport America. We stayed two days to meet some friends and were really impressed. Park is well run and spotless. The only draw back is the width of the park roads if you get a back in site. They are a little narrow so some maneuvering is required if it's crowded. Once in you may want to stay longer.
What a nice park. We full time and try to use our Passport America discount when possible. This was a treat. The park does not have any real appeal at first but there is a lot to do in the area and if you like to fish the small lake will keep you busy. Sites are pretty level and makes a great place to get off the road or spend a couple of days. I did not get the name of the lady who runs the park but she is very helpful.
We full time and have a granddaughter in Destin. We never want to pay the high rates for on the beach parks so we were glad to find this park. It's a short walk to the beach and set back from all the traffic of the beach drive. Sites are large and easy to get into. Staff is great. The only drawback is finding the park. The town has not let them post signs on the road to the park so print the map from their web site and you will be fine.
We are staying here for several months. We full time and this is probably the best RV park we have stayed in. Lots to do, it's clean, and the facilities are top rate. Sites are a little hard to back into so be careful. One warning is A.C. Propane. They deliver propane to units but they double the price of propane and still charge $4.95 per stop (because they can). If you like golf or your wife likes something to do each day then I recommend a long term stay.
If you are staying in the Springs area this is a nice park. Things to do for the kids especially lots of other kids to play with (in the summer). The park is a little tough to get to, since you have to drive through Old Colorado Springs to get to it, so traffic is a factor. I opted for an "upgrade" and got a pull through. I would suggest you save your money and get a back-in. The premium sites are closer than the back-ins and we had to back out due to the trees and packed in sites (our left slide hung over our neighbors picnic table). Everything has a price here (no cable but good TV reception), wi-fi is pay as you go and so on. Two laundermats were clean as were the several shower houses. If you need to be close to the local attractions it's a good place to stay.
On the way to Denver or Kansas City it's a nice place off I-70 place to stay. Don't expect any special campsites, but they are fairly level with enough room to get around. Owners are seldom there we dealt with Julius a work camper who doubles as on site manager. He is also a cook for the very nice on site restaurant, he could not do enough to make our stay nicer. We had a nice meal in their restaurant, its in an old Train Station. Wal-Mart is right next to campground. A new Pilot truck stop is at Exit 54 which makes it even a nicer place to stop. Last but not least we could wash out rig, Julius pointed a place away from other campsites that is grass covered so no mud (today).
I will start saying there are not many RV parks choices in the St. Louis area. The staff at this park go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable. If you have kids they will have lots to do. The sites are really close together and you may find leveling your rig a little difficult.
We full time and travel a lot for our business. This is a GREAT place to stay. In the Southwest many of the parks, in this price range, are dusty and just a place to park. The staff and management seem to go out of their way to make this place special. Best laundry we have seen in a long time. 5 thumbs up.
Typical KOA park. Sites are a little close but even our 40' had no problem. Wi-Fi is a little spotty but when it works it's good. Right off of I-20 but construction will make you crazy getting on or off I-20. Park staff is knowledgeable but seems bothered a little by people, they need to loosen up a little. We would use it again if in area.
Good site to spend the night if your travels on 95 north or south finds you north of Richmond, VA. Many pull throughs. Staff in office are not all that friendly so don't take it personally. A call ahead would be suggested during heavy travel dates.
Park has a lot of facilities and stores. We were here during spring break and a lot of families with kids. If you have a long rig parking can be a problem, you may have to move some neighbors cars to get into your site. All sites are dirt and not all level. Very close together. If you want to use your sat then choose the North end, few trees. No Wi-Fi along the ocean area. We probably would not stay here again you are paying for the ocean front not the park amenities.
Easy access from 95. Nice staff. Nothing super special at campground other than a quiet well run campground for those traveling the I95 "concrete tunnel". You can find cheaper sites but spend a little more and pick this KOA.