Nice KOA. Friendly staff, well maintained, good wi-fi, cable TV , not a destination style resort but a very good stop over place for a day or two. We have stopped at this location several times and will again.
A very nice KOA. We usually stay at this location when in the area. Friendly staff and well cared for grounds. Sites are nice size, and they have lots of things for the kids to do. We experienced a problem with the cable TV and when the maintenance man came to check the connection at the site he told us the whole row was bad and they needed to replace the booster for that row. We stayed a week and they never did fix the problem. The charges for the activities seems a little higher than most. Over all it's a very nice place to spend some time
We really don't know why previous reviewers have rated this park at 9 and 10. While it is far from the worst park we have used, it is a long way from a 9 or 10 in our book. Very friendly staff, level sites, great Wi-Fi, clean and well maintained facilities. The cable TV was just marginal at our site and several channels could not be used at all. In total it is an acceptable park for a night or two but not anything we would recommend for a week. We would stay again but not sure it is any better or worse than some of the campgrounds in Casper.
Despite some of the negative remarks about this park in other reviews: we rate this park above a lot of the ones we review. We have been staying in this park every year for many years. We find it well maintained, with a helpful staff and on site owners. The sites are not huge but they are not as bad as some would make you believe. Wi-Fi works well. The laundry and store are far better than most. We will always stay in this campground when in the area. It's a nice place and we like the big trees. With a 42 foot rig, we get in and out with no trouble.
One of the better KOA's we have stayed in.The grandkids loved the playground and pool. The prices for many of the other activites(bumper boats, bouncing pillow,paddle boats,mini golf,and peddle cars)made one question the value for the activity .A few things we downgraded them for--The pool water was cloudy the entire 9 day stay, They only have two tables in the pool area with umbrellas,the laundry had four dryers not working, several games in arcade were broken. Not much of anything offered for sale in the little store. It's better than any place else we have stayed in Ft Collins/ Loveland so we will stay with them again.
Previous reviews gave this park very high marks. While it is clean and well maintained it lacks the elements to gain high marks in our thinking. It's pretty basic and the sites are a little close together to rate it higher. Laundry was a little expensive and the machines are limited on settings (no hot water wash cycle). We would stay in this park again but would probably go a little further as their nicer parks in Buffalo, Wy.
The price is on the high side but the facilities are good and you have a choice of type of site. Our site was the second most expensive. Good location and well maintained. One of the best KOA's we stay in. we have camped in this park many times and will again. It's the best in Billings.
We have stayed in this campground every year since the mid 1970's. It is clean, well maintained and the staff and owners are very friendly. We enjoy spending a few days to explore the Big Horns and surrounding territory. We will be back again and suggest if you are in this area you give it a try.
Our only complaint for this park is the cable TV's limited channels: no ESPN on the system so no Monday night football! Otherwise we like it and stay at least a couple times a year as we go through the area.
We only stayed 3 nights this time but have spent as much as 6 weeks in past years. Great park and nice staff. It looked great this time and it appears they have stabilized since the corporation Chapter 11 problems last winter. Cable TV is somewhat limited and the Wi-Fi is now pay to play. We didn't do the free breakfast so for us the trade for the Wi-Fi is not a winner. We will stay again.
We like the campground but can't give it a 9 or 10 due to the following things. No concrete pads --everything is pea gravel. No picnic tables or patio type furniture. The hot tub is nice but it has no pool. We stay often and will do so again but we don't rank it in the top of the class. We felt like the price was a little high for what you get. We have stayed many times and it seems the price has gone up but no improvements have been made to the facility.
So long as the wind blows from the right direction this is not a bad little stop over campground. Good sites and friendly staff. Watch the entry as it is like driving in England: you enter on the opposite side of the road into the campground from normal. We will stay again when going through the area.
We stay in this campground twice a year while in the area. They have cleaned it up and added several upgrades to the park in the last year. One of the better KOA's that we stay in. We will stay with them again.
This is probably the best bang for your buck you will find in the State of Texas. The weather was not ideal during our 8 night stay so we did not use the pool, hot tub, etc. The sites are great; the pads are large and concrete. We enjoyed the free Laundry and ability to wash your vehicle on site. Good wi-fi, good cable, and good water. -We will be back as we have family in the area. Good place.
We stayed in this campground last spring,again last fall and again this spring. It's easy off and on I-25. Good cable and wifi and the sites are decent size. People are nice an it's clean. The sites could use some more gravel but that's abut the only complaint we had. We will stay again as it works out well for us when going to Arizona or coming home.
Our Stay was for three months and the prime winter months. We stayed in the North point are which is mostly RV at this point but will someday be mostly park models. Nice park but not without some concerns and comments. The sites are built for park models so utility placement is not the greatest in most sites. Some are low on the street side and difficult to get level in. The Wi-Fi is not the greatest and costs $30 a month. The price would be OK if the Wi-Fi was better. The park needs some work: streets are breaking up and the pool area has some loose tiles etc. We experienced several water and cable TV outages during our stay. They always got it fixed fairly quickly but it still took several hours at times.
Easy access off I-25 and out of town so traffic is not a problem. The cable TV is kind of spotty on the local channels. Big rig sites are numbered so check during the busy seasons. We would stay again.
There is not much to choose from in Cheyenne in November and not much to say good about this one. They only have three sites with water in the winter and the one we had had huge potholes in the drive through portion of the site. Aside from 50 amp service there is not much to say. Next time we will try someone else.
First stay in this park in 2008. We have stayed many times in previous years. It's the best KOA we have stayed in but we tend to avoid most KOA's. It will accommodate any big unit. The grounds are nice. Wi-Fi works well. At 60 bucks a night it is on the high side for what you get in our opinion, and the deluxe patios sites are more money than we paid this trip. We will probably stay with them again but it's getting close to the price of a motel.
While they seem to be making some upgrades to this old park it still falls short in many areas. The staff at the check in desk needs more training. We where given a site that was not open and had to go back for a second time to get our site. Later that day they called on our cell phone to see if we planned to check in that day--We had a site that was within 75 feet of the office. Wi fi was ok but no cable and the local tv off the antena was marginal at best. Sites are tight for a coach over 40 ft and there is not much gravel on most sites. We are not big fans of this park due to all the long term occupants but it is better than it was the last time we stayed with them. We would stay again but not if something better would become available in this area.
Good stop over for a night. Easy access to I-25. Nice view of the mountains. Sites are a little small, but we had room for our slides and left the SUV hooked up. Staff was friendly at check-in. Good WiFi and cable TV. They had 8 inches of snow that melted rapidly so it was a little muddy but we have been in much worse. They had a crew trimming trees and someone on a tractor blading the roads (gravel and dirt) so it looks like they are trying to keep up with the maintenance items. We would stay again.
We have stayed in this park once before about four years ago. We find it to be much better than most in this area. Sites are nicely landscaped and level. Sites are a little short for longer units so you do have to drop your car. Good Wi-Fi, cable TV, a picnic table and concrete pad. Staff seemed to be friendly and helpful. Laundry area was clean and everything worked well. The breakfast was well attended and had several offerings. Easy acess off I-40 but it is west of town about 10 miles. The pool was closed for the season and the spa was closed indefinitely for repairs according to the sign in the office during our stay. We would stay again in this park.
Ok is just that OK. Ok for a one night stop over. Sites are gravel/dirt and they have good utilitiy hook ups. The cable TV and Wi-Fi are good. We would stay with them again when going through the area. Nothing fancy but it's "OK."
Our rate reflects a three week stay. As noted in previous reviews this is more of a park model park --it does have RV sites. The grounds are well kept and it is very clean. If you are over 40ft they park you against the outer walls of the resort along either Southern Drive, Ellsworth or Highway 60. We found it to be rather noisy from a traffic standpoint. If you plan to stay three or four months you might find it a little more user friendly, as it is set up to favor long term stays. As for our experience in three weeks: the site did not have cable TV, and the Wi-Fi was very slow and unrelable; over head power lines killed the TV reception, so we had only three local channels on the antenna. If you stay over a month you can purchase cable TV from the local provider.The sites are wide enough to accommodate the RV, a car and some patio furniture. They are a little tight to get into but as mentioned before they do "park you with precision". The laundry was clean, but the equipment was in disrepair or did not work properly. Something that had been brought to the managers attention several times, but had not been repaired. Only one entrance into the resort unless you are a seasonal stayer then you get a remote to open the gate on Southern Drive. While this is a 55 park, it felt much more like an over 75 park to us. We would not stay again.
A very nice park. The best we have stayed in while in Arizona. Big sites, level, big rig friendly, member owned and sites are rented. Nice laundry area, Wi-Fi worked OK but it's $3.95 a day. No cable TV but decent reception on the antenna. Pool and hot tub where empty for work while we where here. Funny time considering the height of snow bird season. Nice and quiet. We would stay again.
This is a small park but has a lot going for it in an area that doesn't have a lot of quality parks. Sites are good sized & level with good hook ups. Good Wi-Fi and cable. Laundry room is small but adequate and price is reasonable. Lots of train noise and some highway noise. We stayed four nights and would stay again.
We stayed one week. The sites are good but lack the width to deploy slides and have room on the pad to sit in a chair. So your chairs and BBQ are on pea gravel. The cable tV and Wi-Fi are very good, the facilities are neat, clean and well maintained. The pool and hot tub are very nice. It is a little off the beaten path but we enjoyed the peace and quiet. It is not very well marked as you come in on highway 87 so watch for the gas station and casino entrance for landmarks. Watch your pets as there are wild pigs and snakes in the area. We found the laundry to be a lot more expensive than anywhere else we have been this winter. It cost $2.50 a load to wash and .25 for each ten minutes to dry. The Laundry is very nice and the machines are state of the art so you get a good product and you pay for it. Restrooms/showers are nice and clean. We thought the views of the Mountains where super. We would stay with them again.
We spent two weeks at this resort. Our rate reflects the weekly rate.This is a large resort with 900 park models,600 RV spots, 250 single family homes and about 300 manufactured homes that is headed for 500 units. Of the 600 rv spots more than half are occupied by extended stay rv's. Lots of things to do and many activities going on around the resort. The activity and registration staff could use a little attitude adjustment. The resort is clean and well maintained. In two weeks we saw only one very small bit of litter on the ground.The year round and extended stay residents seem to have the attention of the staff more so than others. The criticisms we have are the width of the sites. If you have big units with slides on both side of you, it makes for real close quarters and forget about putting out your patio awning.The wifi is very marginal in the hot spot areas and almost none in the sites around those hot spots. In a nut shell it's a nice resort but not so great for a short stay. It might have been one of the best parks in the country a few years ago, but not in 2008. We have stayed in a lot worse, and a few better. We would probably try another park next time, but I would not go so far as to say we would not stay with them again. Laundry rooms are small and not very clean due to the level of use.
Not to much to say about this park. It's big rig friendly, the owners are nice, has gravel roads and sites, is level and they have picnic tables. Ok for an over night stay, but not much to see or do in this area.
The rate reflects the weekly rate with tax for a large pull thru site. Very nice park--super patio and lodge good hot tub, good WiFi, cable TV, very nice laundry, and clean restrooms. Nice breakfast. The sites are cleaned every time someone checkout. Only comments we can offer on the negative side are the pea gravel sites, some concrete patios would be in order for a resort of this kind. Not much for kids if you are taking kids along, no playground no picnic tables, no pool but a lot of other upscale offerings. We stayed a week and enjoyed the resort, we would stay again.
The rate is with Good Sam discount but the man that checked us in said they would not be a Good Sam park for much longer. The fenced in dog run is full of stickers so watch your pets. The "cable tv" was good but offered only four total channels. The wifi had a terrible signal and we could not get a connection. We stayed only one night so it was not a big deal. Not much within walking distance to this park. It works for a night but we would not want to spend much longer in Van Horn.
Good for an overnight while moving thru the area. The gentleman that checked us in was friendly, and helped us with directions to a local store, but not much else to write about. Tv and Wifi worked well. Sites are small for a 40ft plus motorhome.
Perhaps the best park in the state. Very well designd and layed out. Sites are big rig friendly and level. Lots of amenities and many services available for those requesting them. Our rate was based on the weekly rate ($210) plus electric. Only park we have ever been in that told us to pay when we check out. Good cable and wifi. Laundry area was very clean. The hooks ups and pads are super. We had some problems with cell phone signal but it worked ok most of the time (we use verizon). We noticed just a little traffic noise, but in general it was very quite and we liked the easy access to I-10. We would stay in this park again when in the area and will stay longer the next time we are in the area.
Nice little park--we stay every year for a night or two--lots of shade, nice pool and family friendly. New owners are not as outgoing as the previous two but they still treat you right. We will return.
We have stayed at this KOA many times over the years. The premium sites are tight for a big motor home. In June we paid $58 a night and in September it was $45. A few comments. The water had a very funny taste this time. Never noticed it before. The premium sites face wrong so you have afternoon sun on your patio side. In general it is the best park in Billings and for a KOA it's better than most by far.
We saw this park in Motor Home magazine and gave it a try. Sites are small and it's dusty. Cell phone (Verizon) had no signal in the park. Not what we would consider a destination park. I doubt we would stay again.
Good park. The sites a little tight but workable. Has tight back in sites for a forty plus foot motorhome. Stayed a month. Will stay again when in the area. Laundry room is small. Has good cable TV and Wi-Fi. The pool is a little small. This park is all concrete and grass, no mud. The security works well.
Pool not cleaned all week. The grass is full of stickers. Watch the kids and pets. Cable TV was good. Good Wi-Fi but it costs $3 per day/$15 a week. Nice sites and good roads. The gate worked just fine for us.
Hard to get to due to construction, but a good location for this side of the metro plex. Staff not all that friendly. The sites are in need of work. Cable TV lines were strung between sites above ground. Poor quality. Need some gravel on roads. Does have good laundry areas.
WiFi worked good after they had it re-set. Pads are a little odd for pulling in and out --we had to back out and hook the toad in the street. Laundry not all it should be for a park like this. A little noisy but livable if you are not outside a lot.