By chance we picked the hardest site for us to get into from the ReserveAmerica website. Sites are mostly large and well screened by trees and foliage, but this is not a place for big rigs. The restrooms are large and very clean. Wifi is not available. There is a washer and dryer available for campers.
Sites are large and pull-through, but there is nothing between them. Loop T has electric only, water is available at the restroom. There is no hot water in the restrooms on the T loop, but it is available at the other restrooms. Just look for the solar heating panels. There is no trash dumpster on the T loop either, just a recycling container. There are a lot of activities available nearby. This is definitely the campground to stay in if you don't mind the 38 miles drive.
The campsites in this park are large and well spaced. The area has been mowed and seemed well tended. Thanks to previous reviews, we decided to check the restrooms before we took a site. They were so bad that we decided not to stay. There is no heat and the outside walls don't go all the way to the ceiling so they are open to the outside at the top. In January that is a big issue. They are also in desperate need of remodeling. Even a new coat of paint would be a big help.
Price reflects senior discount. We camped in the Buffalo Grove loop. All sites are paved and have electric and water hook-ups. There is a dump station in the park. The showers/restrooms are fairly new and very clean.
Very nice, well maintained park. Usually quiet except when the trains came by. We stayed here and then drove down to Arches and Canyonlands. This park is better than most of the trailer parks in Moab. There is a dump station in the park and there are several faucets for fresh water. We would stay here again.
Very nice park. The view looking toward I40 and Winslow was great. The showers are the largest I've ever seen in a state park. The ruins are interesting. We couldn't resist going into Winslow and standing on the corner. Fun tourist thing to do. We stayed here as a base to go to Petrified Forest.
This is definitely an older campground. Road noise during the day is loud at time if you're trying to sit outside. The tall trees provide great shade. The sites are small and close together. Slides should be OK, but awning might not work. There is only one restroom/shower for men and one for the women. There are some older trailers that look like they might be permanent residents. If in the area again, I would probably try to get into a site at Zion.
All of the sites in Bryce were full so we came here instead. This is a very nice, well run park. Our site #123 is in the upper area with trees. It's very nice and quiet. The wifi works most of the time, but does drop connection occasionally. The price is a little high, but with full hookups and wifi it's probably worth it. We would stay here again if we couldn't get into the national park.
As stated before, the roads are very tight for a rig over about 25'. I had to go around part of a loop the wrong way just to get lined up right. The garbage dumpsters always seem to be in the wrong location, blocking access to the sites. Sites are fairly large but some are very close together. I doubt if we will stay here again due to the access issues, but at $10.25 a night you can't beat the price.
This is a beautiful campground. Sites are large and well spaced. We stayed in site #22 which is about as far back in the trees as you can get. It is very well shaded and quiet. The CG is close to area attractions. We would stay here again, but maybe not so far from the restrooms.
We camped here during the week so there were only two other campers in the CG. It was very quiet. The restrooms and showers have recently been rebuilt so they are almost new and in great shape. The campsites were OK but some were kind of close together. No Wi-Fi and no water hookups are the only negatives.
For the price this was a pretty good campground. We were here over a weekend so it was very crowded. There are water outlets available at several locations, but not at every site. The restrooms/showers were clean but getting outdated. The sites were on grass so getting level was a little bit of a problem, but not serious. We would probably not stay here again.
I have to disagree with previous reviews. We camped here in a 25' travel trailer and didn't have any problem navigating the park. They accept credit cards now. There are usually a few sites reserved for short term campers. The sites are fairly level. They don't have Wi-Fi available. This is a very convenient place to stay when visiting Lubbock.
This is one of the best state parks in Texas. The sites are large and well spaced. The restrooms and showers were spotless. They were even cleaned on Sunday morning, which is very unusual. The only negative is that there was no communication with our T-Mobile phone. The park host told us that AT&T usually works. Our campground loop (Hack berry) was very crowded on one end on Saturday. This probably made it a little unpleasant for anyone who wasn't in the large group of people on two of the sites. We will definitely stay here again.
Rate reflects Senior discount. The park grounds were outstanding. Very well maintained. However, that's about the only thing we found good about it. The restrooms and showers were dirty and even after they were cleaned it didn't look like much had been done. The reservation system is a mess. Specific sites can be reserved online, but there was no way to tell which sites had been reserved when we pulled in to the park. The park hosts had been off for 3 days. We ended up having to move to a different site when people showed up who had reserved the one we were in. Fortunately, the site we moved to was much better than the one we were in. We would probably stay here again.
This is an old park, and it's beginning to show it. The paint is peeling in the restrooms and showers. The picnic tables are warped and peeling paint. The road to the lower section is still out. They hope to get it open by June. Someone made a mess in one of the lavatory sinks on Saturday, and it didn't get cleaned up until Monday. There was a rock concert in Boone on Sunday so the park was full. The reservable sites had been booked for months. Fortunately we were able to get one of the last walk-in sites. The grass had all been recently mowed, and there was no trash in any of the sites when we arrived. There is no Wi-Fi, and our T-Mobile phone couldn't get a connection.
This is a very nice KOA. Close to I-70, but traffic noise is low. Owners are very friendly and eager to see that we had a nice stay. Restrooms were spotless. Wi-Fi was good. The grass has all been mowed and trimmed. We would stay here again.
We have stayed here several times, always in the wooded sites. There are large trees with low overhanging limbs. Larger rigs need to be careful. The restrooms are kept clean, even on weekends, but they need to be updated. Mosquitoes are both fierce and plentiful so bring plenty of repellant. The park can get pretty crowded on weekends as it is a favorite with Boy Scouts and other groups. We come here for the birding which is outstanding during spring migration.
The rate reflects the senior passport. The park was very clean. Unfortunately, one of the restrooms was disgusting. It was very small and dark, and the tile was falling off the walls in the shower. The bathouse was another story. It was large and clean. The campsites are large, but most would be difficult to get into with a large rig. There are several pull through sites that are accessible, and they have 50amp power. There is no wi-fi. Water is available at every site. The sites are all gravel with the picnic tables on a concrete slab. We only stayed here one night, and it was adequate for our needs.