We have stayed in this park on an overnight basis many times and found it to be a nice park. The owners have updated the restrooms and showers to make them very clean. The park has good amenities for people traveling with children and the area does have a great Lewis and Clark museum near the park. We would stay here again.
This is probably the nicest park on Hwy 81. It is a fairly new park and still has very nice amenities. The owners/hosts were very friendly and helpful. Most of the sites are occupied by folks associated with the oil business in the area. They do have some permanent guests and a few open sites for overnighters. We were surprised how clean the restrooms and showers were. The owners keep this park quiet and clean. The only reason we did not give them a perfect rating was the fact that they lock the restrooms overnight and do not open them until 7 AM. For people traveling, restrooms should be open all night and early in the morning, at least by 6 AM. This problem could be solved by placing a code type lock on the facilities. Also, the lights on the inside of the restrooms were on a timer that only lasted about 2 minutes. A motion detector turns them back on, but if you are in a stall and the lights go out the sensors do not sense motion unless you are outside the stall. Sensors should also be over the stalls to keep lights on. We definitely will stay here again and hopefully our comments will assist the owners to make minor changes in their restroom facilities.
Very nice little park. Sites are gravel and fairly level. There are 2 tiers of sites. Family owned and run very efficiently. Showers and baths very clean. We had problem with electricity but management quickly reset our plugin and helped us replace our 30 amp plug. Owner very knowledgeable about RV problems. Would stay here again.
Typical large campground. Bathrooms/showers not the cleanest because of so many people using them. Easy access to the Horse Park. WiFi is $10 charged by the week: if it works. Noisy during the weekends. Probably wouldn't stay here again.
Great state park. Sites are all paved and for the most part level. We were given the camp host site as there were very few people in the park - very quiet and clean. Close to town, but remote. Plenty of wildlife in area. Nice not to have to smell campfires because of burning ban. No Wi-Fi. We definitely would stay here again.
Good park for an overnight stay. Mostly a full time park with mostly roustabouts from the oil companies. Quiet during the week, but weekends might be noisier. Only a camphost on site. No real site designations - rigs are side by side and in some cases back to back. Surprisingly the showers were clean, but very hot inside building. Probably would stay again, but make a call before arriving for securing a site.
Very nice little county park. We were the only occupants in the park. Very clean restrooms and it was patrolled by deputy during the evening. Very quiet and would highly recommend this park for overnight or multiple days. It is outside of the city a ways so stock up on food and fuel before heading to the park. Good base camp for activities in the area. Would definitely stay here again.
This park is primarily for full time residents. Sites are randomly spread around with no real site designations. The rest rooms were filthy - a sign said you had to remove your own used toilet paper - yuck. Wifi was not working and some of the electrical outlets were mounted on trees. It was quiet, but not one I would recommend.
Nice park for a few nights - it sits below the interstate bridge so there is some noise, but not enough to keep you awake at night. The most noise came from the speed boats who left early in the morning for whatever reason. Host was congenial and helpful. Site was gravel and level - grass needed mowing. Overall a good place to stay.
I must say Twin Dikes is one of nicest Corp parks we have stayed in. The camp host was friendly, and we had a choice of 4 full hook up sites. We were lucky to find a nice back up site which was fairly straight. Many of the sites are curved and slanted upward making it difficult to back a rig into them. It was very quiet, and since it was off season, we didn't have to hear yelping kids. Also nice to have a burn ban in effect, so we didn't have to smell someone else's smoke ring; nice to open the windows and smell the cool fresh air. Would recommend this park, especially for the off season.
Nice park for an overnight stay. We selected a site that was fairly level - many sites need to be leveled, but they are all concrete which makes it nice. Restrooms were very clean and private. Good base camp for seeing the sites of Vicksburg. Make sure you take the historic auto tour of the city and of course, the battlefield. Park is near the freeway, but noise is minimal, actually there is more noise from the trains. We are not gamblers but we did go to the casino for the buffet. It was pricey but good southern food, if you like that type of cuisine. Would stay here again. Used the Good Sam coupon for a $5 discount.
One of the nicest parks we have stayed at - we spent a week in this area looking at homes for a possible relocation. Hendersonville is a very busy city with an interstate going through it. While the park is very nice there is a little road noise from the interstate - not enough to interfere with sleeping. Access to the park is difficult as they are working on the exit ramp area and the entrance to the park is steep - difficult to see leaving the park also. People are very friendly and we enjoyed some of the activities by the full timers who stay in the park. We were welcomed and treated as family and the showers are especially clean and private with natural soft water. This is one of the best RV parks in the country and model for all parks to be like.
One of the nicest parks we have stayed at. Hostess was accommodating, and we had a good site. Restrooms and showers were very clean and private. Sites were gravel and tiered. Very quiet surroundings. Would definitely stay here again.
This is a fair corps park. It has good sites with full hookups if needed. While it is nice to have trees totally around you - it is not good for satellite reception. So if you need to watch TV you might want to select a site, if you can find one, without trees. The bathrooms were grungy and typical campground type of surroundings. Fortunately it had rained so we didn't have to smell any campfires.
Nice park, but the sites are narrow. We had a good night sleep and the park recommended a great steakhouse in Brigham City called Maddox's - highly recommend. Park staff was helpful and everyone receives a free newspaper. Would recommend this park for a base camp to see the area.
Typical KOA park - overpriced for what you get. While the management was friendly, when complaining about poor Wi-Fi nothing was done to alleviate the issue. The site we had was near the dog pens and we didn't have dogs. Also, the second night a huge fifth wheel was placed in a small site next to ours and because the site was really too small to accommodate the fifth wheel, after the slide were brought out, we could have opened our window and shook hands with the people in the fifth wheel-poor placement. While they serve free pancakes make sure you bring your drinks because they do not serve anything else but coffee - poor breakfast. Overall, we might stay there again if we were guaranteed Wi-Fi and a site where you didn't share the water, sewer and electrical outlets.
This is one of the most overated parks we have ever stayed at. The WiFi is terrible. Most of the time it doesn't work. The shower areas are terrible. No area to change your clothes, no privacy. The cleaning woman arrive at 8AM when people want to use it. The worst was the fact that the entire campground office is closed on Sundays: no one to talk to about problems. There must be better parks in Amarillo. This is definitely not one of them. Would not recommend this park to anyone.
This is the second time we have stayed in this park and find it to be one of the nicest if not the nicest in this particular area. The showers and comodes are very clean and they offer separate areas in front of the showers for changing and storing your shower needs. They have good wifi and management is friendly and helpful. It is located out of the busy Santa Fe downtown area so it is easy to get in and get out. Highly recommend this park to serve as a base camp for the Santa Fe area.
We stayed at this park for two nights, using as a base camp to view the area. The park is well managed and very clean. The bathrooms are clean, but for the size of the park they do not have enough commode stalls and shower facilities. The shower stalls do not provide privacy to change clothes to take your shower. It is the only thing I would say against this park. The town of Blanding has nothing to offer - no fast food establishments, so make sure you bring your own food or be prepared to eat in only one of two restaurants.
This park is the best one in Bozeman and more reasonably priced than the local KOA. Staff is welcoming and the sites are good. We always stay in the back of the park. We highly recommend this park as a place to stay and visit the area including Yellowstone. Good Wi-Fi.
We have stayed here many times on overnight passing through treks. It is a clean park. Stay on the upper tier of sites as the lower sites with full hookups are filled with year round residents. Wi-Fi is fair. They have a good dumping station on site therefore all you really need is electricity and water for an overnight stay. People are friendly and helpful.
Nice park to stay overnight - it basically is a fisherman camp for those fishing the Missouri River. It needs to improve its shower and bathroom facilities - obviously, typical hangout for fisherman who do not appreciate clean shower and bathroom facilities. No separate dressing room in shower area. They do have a great steakhouse for eating with reasonably priced meals. Would stay again but not for a long period of time. No Wi-Fi which makes it a poor place to keep up to date.
This park has a new name. We stayed one night and it is an excellent little park - most sites are occupied by long term residents, but, the sites in the back of the park are open for overnight. It is very clean, but the Wi-Fi is poor. People were friendly and we definitely recommend the park for short stays.
We stayed in this park overnight. Good long pull in sites. They advertised Wi-Fi, but you have to pay for it, which is a negative. Also, they advertise free pancakes in morning - again not offered, which is false advertising. Staff nice but not overly friendly. Clean facilities.
Nice park to stay the night. Only drawback is the fact the park has no grass around sites - everything is gravel, which could be problems if it rains. Only major drawback of this park and it is not the fault of the park, is the fact that it is difficult to exit off the freeway and make a left turn to get on the street to the park. And in the morning, it is difficult to get back on the business road to exit the city. Stop lights needed - we had to wait almost 10 minutes both ways. Friendly staff, restrooms clean.
Interesting park to stay overnight. Need to drive 10 miles to get to park. Scenery is nice. Unfortunately, we had a camper who ran his generator for 2 hours and it ruined the peacefulness of the evening. Restrooms not very clean and garbage containers were full. No camping hosts to be seen. Probably would not stay again unless you like boon docking.
Quiet park, but roads in the park are terrible. Restrooms need to be cleaned, especially shower stalls. Bugs and hair in stalls made for an uncomfortable wash. This park contains lots for people wishing to buy into the park. Laundry is located outside of park, meaning you have to drive to get to laundry. Nice place to relax for a few days, but staff needs to improve roads and cleanliness.
This is the second year we have stayed at this park. Everything is ok except the WiFi is terrible. We could connect but the signal was so weak our computer would not utilize it. Sites are gravel and not all that flat. It is a good base camp for the Bozeman area, but, if you need use of your computer, you are going to have to visit the public library.
This is a very nice park if you have the money to buy into their package. We stayed here on a 3 night 4 day special Internet deal if you listened to their promotion. The park is very well run, very clean, but because it is a resort type of park, the tenants tend to be stand-offish and not friendly to newcomers. The volunteer staff is very friendly and welcoming, but, the regular campers are cool. We have found this attitude in other parks that are resorts or private run establishments. We do like the fact that there are no fire rings - nothing worse than a bunch of stinking fires at night.
I would have given this park a higher rating but their Wi-Fi is terrible. We were unable to sign on unless we went into the room next to the office which is not handy. Even then it was very slow and not reliable. If you need internet access this is not the park to stay. The park is made up of many summer full time residents and they are not too friendly. It is a good place to spend a few nights, but, not for a long period. It is close to Sioux Falls via the interstate.
Very well maintained park in the busy area of Osage Beach. The park is located near most of the touristy spots and outlets mall. WiFi was good, although a little slow, but adequate. Sites are gravel and water drains fairly well. Overall, a good place to stay and use as a base for all the things to see and do in this area. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice park to stay overnight or maybe a few days. There are no shower or toilet facilities available: therefore your coach or fifth wheel will have to do. The owner is very hospitable and has done all the work himself. He has developed a very nice park. It is quiet and next to a state park which has boating docks and all the amenities of a state park. The owner of the park charges a reasonable fee and if the campers need to: they can use the shower and comode facilities in the state park, which is only about a couple of miles away. We highly recommend this campground for privacy and quietness.
We have stayed many times in this small park. It is a good park just for an overnight stay. The park sites are small, but are all concrete for easy leveling. You can have a great morning breakfast free at the Best Western Motel which operates the RV sites. WiFi signal is weak in the park, but can be attained in the motel breakfast room with good speed.
This is an average park - nothing spectacular, but heavily used during the summer months. We stayed one night here. The baths and showers are fair; they need to be cleaned a little better. Train noise is evident during the night.
Staying here over the 4th of July weekend. We have found it to be a very quiet park and well maintained. Best place for the money in Bozeman. Sites and roads are gravel and level. Some train noise but none to disturb sleeping. Good views of the mountains and the city.
This is one of the finest RV parks in the USA. It is small, but extremely well managed and kept very clean. The nicest thing is that it has no fire pits which creates smoke for neighboring campers - they are detestable. Management keeps lawns sprinkled and well maintained. This park is a good base camp for visiting Yellowstone, fishing and hunting and near Virgina City. Kuddos to park owners and assistants.
We stayed one night in this park. It is one of the cleanest KOA's we have been in. Management has upgraded an old park and added new sites. The restroom and shower areas are all new and kept very clean. Gravel sites are level and large enough for bigger rigs. The only downside are smoke rings which are located too close to rig sites which is a nuisance to fellow visitors who have to smell the odor of smoke in their rigs.
We stayed in this park for 3 nights while we were in the Moab area. The park overall is a nice park. It has paved lot sites available for sale and these are exclusively for those who have bought them which creates an elitist atmosphere. Short termers are not allowed to use their facilities. There are few trees that are mature which makes for hot days and little shade. The staff are cordial, but overall, the park is somewhat overrated, but clean. We would probably stay here again.
This is one of the nicest parks we have stayed over the years. It is located on the outskirts of Santa Fe and therefore is quiet. The scenery is great. Park hosts were friendly and helpful. The showers and baths were extremely clean. We used this park as our base camp for the days we spent in the Santa Fe area - highly recommend this park.
We spent one night here on our journey west. This is an old KOA that is now privately owned. It is a good park for overnight - the quality sites are occupied by long term residents. The rental sites have few trees and the park is not paved, therefore dusty. Probably the only good park in this area.