The staff is some of the nicest, most helpful we had ever experienced. We couldn't ask for better. The park, overall, very nice, but sites could use a little dressing to match other parts of the park. There are great grounds, open areas to access nature and river that flows by below for possible fishing. There is skiing close by. The nearby town of South Fork doesn't have much to offer, but is a good central location to access lots of other areas in southern Colorado. We stayed a week and would definitely stay again.
Rate is based on Good Sam and weekly. Stayed here for two weeks and found beautiful grounds, pleasant atmosphere and staff, and fun available with fishing in the stream (they stock) without a license along with social activities. This park is open during the winter which is unusual for this area. We would definitely stay again if in the area. Would have given a higher rating if staff had been present in the office on a regular basis. Usually you have to call someone to have them meet you in the office which means you have to wait, providing they answer the phone when called.
Rates are cash ONLY for 50amp service. Sites for 50amp are back-in only, but pretty level and well spaced. Small park that is actually located in Thornton, about 5 miles south of Rexburg off Hwy 20. Amenities are few, but nice people. Would stay again on the way to other places.
Sites are spaced pretty well and fairly level. They don't have many 50amp sites so they go fast. Camp is about 12 miles from Butte or Anaconda, but an easy drive in. It's okay for a few nights but wouldn't have much to do for many more days, unless you really like the hot springs close by. If you want shade, it's harder to find.
Owners and all Work Campers were very nice and helpful which made up for a lot. The park is very tight with large trees all around. It is pretty but challenging to maneuver with today's big rigs (we were in a 38' 5th wheel and dually. They had to guide us in and out because of our size, which made things much easier (we went in the out and out the in). We stayed 8 nights but they don't give a weekly rate. Road noise is pretty loud if parked next to it.
This is a cute park and has very nice, friendly staff. It seems fairly new because there are young trees and new sites being built. It is well maintained and far enough away from Hwy 2 that road noise is minimal. My Verizon wireless was very weak here. Sites are too short for Big Rigs, lanes between rows of sites are too narrow thus making getting in and out of sites challenging too darn right difficult. We stayed 5 nights in a 38' fifth wheel. Would stay again only if not too crowded then.
This is a better than average camp, but is mainly designed for families. It is clean, but sites need to be about 5-10' longer for big rigs and more level. There is nice spacing between. Trees are young, so little shade is available. But in this moderate summer climate, they aren't as necessary as in the south. Friendly and helpful staff which is always a plus. RV Park across the highway is prettier but staff leaves a lot to be desired. Having camped at both, I'd stay here even if other is more adult atmosphere because staff here is so much nicer.
This truly is like a resort, just for people in RVs. It has wonderful, clean facilities, beautiful grounds, and well designed sites and park. This is all set in the tourist town 2-1/2 hours north of Boise. Anything you'd like to do is easily available with a river, lake, and cute town close by without much noise at all but birds singing. Very friendly and efficient staff. Go visit and relax. Why not a 10... Still needs a little work on finer details of Internet and laundry. Rate does not include tax.
A pretty nice park, sites are decently sized for big and long rigs. Yet, the park is built up against a residential community and train track that luckily only passes about 2 times daily. The biggest negative was the office staff. Both upon check in and later with a request the office personnel were flippant and unprofessional - two were very young, about 20, with little to no knowledge of the industry or needs of RVers. When a question was asked it was met with defensiveness or rebuking - I'm not sure which was worse. Because of the staff we will not stay here again. Too bad, it has fairly pretty views.
Rate is a weekly rate, with tax included. We stayed in a long, big 5th wheel. This park is beautiful, well kept, easy in and out, good amenities and the staff couldn't be better - which is really one on site person that was great. We would definitely stay again, and again, if ever passing this way. We are full time RVers and this is one of few 10s we've ever given.
Sites are very tight, and camp is located in town, yet noise isn't bad at all. This is a very small KOA. Staff is unorganized and just barely seems to get everything done. I would only stay here if this was my only choice in this area.
This is more like a resort than the usual RV Park. The sites are spacious, immaculately groomed, clean and long. Easy in and out. It's along the Sacramento River, about 4-5 miles south of Redding. One of the nicest RV parks we've ever stayed at. Staff is very helpful and friendly. Can't ask for much more than this when using an RV! (I've never given a 10 rating and we are full timers.)
This is a beautiful RV Park. It's like being in a National Park because of the tall Redwood trees and the river. Amenities are nice, staff is friendly and helpful. For taller rigs, be careful driving on roads to and from this park as they aren't being cut back and may scrape your rig.
Photos of this RV Park must be from years and years ago as it is much more run down than those make it look. There are many long term units that are equally run down. It is not in a very good part of town and very close to the Air Force Base, which means there are LOUD jets overhead every so often. It is about 8 miles from the major Casinos, and they do give you a remote to enter the secured area where you park. Staff is nice, but sites are not as long as quoted. We have a 38' 5th Wheel pulled by a dually crew cab truck. We had trouble parking the truck in the same site.
We stayed for three months from November '10 to February '11 and there wasn't much left to desire, except better surroundings outside the park. The amenities, overall location, cleanliness, helpfulness and friendliness were all far above average. Any and all needs were addressed promptly and usually with a smile. They didn't leave much to improve upon.
The management does not know about RVs and has staff say they have spaces for big rigs. However, we saw MANY large rigs leave after stopping, and one even told us they were told this park was built for big rigs, but it is not. Motorhomes over 40' and fifth wheels over 34' will have a very difficult time finding a spot wide and long enough to allow ease of parking and length required. In order to park our 38' fifth wheel and dually truck, we had to use two spaces. Everyone that works there is friendly and spoke of how run down this park has become since new management took over. It is fine for rigs of moderate size, if you don't desire conveniences.