This park is by far the best one in the area. I had to make several changes to our reservations prior to arrival and they did so cheerfully. Check in was quick even though they were training a new person in the office. Site was manicured crushed granite with concrete patio and very nice landscaping, all utilities worked great, lots of space between each site. I had some problem with the direct TV setup but they came down and worked over an hour to get it set up correctly, turned out to be a bad receiver. The mountain views are awesome, everything was clean and well maintained. We stayed here 7 nights and were not ready to leave, we will return.
I made this reservation without checking the reviews of the park and that was a mistake, I should of known when there was nothing available at the other 2 KOA's in the area, but this one had plenty of spots. Anyway, the main issue is the smell from the cattle feed lot. Other than that and the 30 or so full time residents and old run down campers and the old junky cars speeding around the park it was fine. The site we were in was concrete and very level, utilities worked good, WI-FI was ok, cable TV was good, the staff was as nice as they could be, the store was stocked very well. I wonder which one was there first, the camp ground or the feed lot, surely no one would build a campground that close to a feed lot (1/8) mile. Final word is, if you must stay here, check the wind direction, if it's out of the NE, go somewhere else, we cut our stay short by one day just to get the heck out of here and lost the money for that day and I don't care, they can keep the rain check because we will not be back.
I've always wanted to stay in this park and now that I have I probably won't be back for the convenience of being centrally located in a massive National Park, I'm not sure the trade off in amenities was worth it. Yes, I know it's Yellowstone and we love this place, but we also love the camping experience as well. Check in was fairly quick, lots of folks in line and all of them asking the same questions over and over again. We pull a 40ft fifth wheel and getting around to our spot was no problem, but backing in was a huge problem. First you have to get the neighbors to move their vehicles and then back in without hitting the wood posts that are stuck everywhere (saw 3 campers damaged by these post) or hit the pine forest that is very close to the road. Utilities worked good, the sewer drain is in a raised concrete box about a foot off the ground, saw lots of creative ways to get that to work. Campers are crammed in here like I've never seen before, but we left in the morning and came back in the evening like everyone else, so I guess it was ok, but no table, no fire ring, just not my cup of tea. We will not be staying here again. Another campground is not that far away.
I don't think I've ever rated a park a 10 before, that's even without a swimming pool. This an amazing, beautiful place, I'm fairly certain there are no bad sites in the entire park. The park is easy to locate and easy to get to. Check in was quick and easy, office staff were very nice and proficient. We had a premium pull through that was level, all utilities worked well, Wi-Fi worked well and the cable channels were fine. The grass at each site is thick and just amazing, sites are spaced out very well, all the streets are wide and no problem for big rigs to get around. We checked out the showers and laundry and they were spotless. Stayed here 9 days and wish it could have been more. We'll most surely be back.
I really liked this park, we stopped over for the night on the way to Yellowstone. It's quite expensive for what you get, but oh well. Park is located just east of town, roads are gravel but each site has a grass patch. Check in was good, office folks friendly. Our spot was a large pull through with concrete patio with metal furniture under a huge cotton wood tree, very nice. Utilities worked good, Wi-Fi was good, cable was good. They have a very nice pool and hot tub area with life size chess board and pieces, jump pillow and a huge play ground. Free pancakes every morning and free bus ride to Cody rodeo every night. We will stay here again.
This is a fairly typical KOA, not bad at all. We stayed here 2 nights. Lots of one night stop overs, place was full every evening and cleared out in the morning. Office people were nice and friendly, check in was fast, they also have a fairly large store. The park roads are gravel and it is very dusty, our site was a pull through and was fairly level side to side, no blocks needed. The water hook up for our site was below ground level in a box, not all were like this, WI-FI was weak used Verizon hot spot, signal was strong. Pool looked very nice. Quite a few long term folks there, some run down campers in sight. We would stay here again.
As far I'm concerned, you could not ask for a more lovely setting, the area is just beautiful. We stayed for 4 nights and loved every minute of it. Check in was quick and easy. The sites are mostly back in with a few pull throughs, they all have a lot of space between the sites, our site was a premium back in site, had to do a good bit of side to side leveling but not too bad, the pads are gravel with a huge amount of grass for your front yard, very nice. The west end of the camp ground is set in an aspen grove. Utilities were good but are located at the very back of the site so you will need extensions on sewer hose and maybe water hose as well. No cable TV, was able to pick up 4 channels from the air. The Wifi was not the best but not too bad. Plenty of dog walking room as well. Fire pits at each site with wood for sale at the office. Just an awesome campground. Will be back.
I personally thought this camp ground was ok. We stayed one night on the way to South Dakota and it was an excellent overnight stop. The Wyoming State Fair was in progress at the time and the camp was very full, lots of horses in the pens. Check in was quick and easy, office lady was very nice, site was gravel and fairly level side to side, utilities worked good, had to pay $2 per night for cable which was strange, did not use wifi. Atmosphere around the area was good, park is located just outside of town, you can hear the noise off the interstate but that doesn't bother me at all. Didn't use the rest rooms, showers or laundry so cannot comment. would not hesitate to stay here again.
We stopped here for the night on the way to Estes Park. The park is very full, lots of summer folks. Check in was good. Office person was ok. We were led to our site. Site was long pull through. We stayed hooked up. It was level gravel, had a pretty good size lawn and table plus fire ring, spacing between these sites was very good. Utilities worked good, WI-FI was Tengonet, but actually worked ok. Verizon signal was weak. Cable TV channels were very clear. All in all, a very nice park with amazing mountain views. We would stay here again.
Park is in a very nice location. The sites on the river were awesome but expensive and very close together. Our neighbors sewer was very close to our picnic table. They charge $5.00 per pet that you bring and I don't know why, there is no place for them to go. The check in process was very good. The office staff are cheerful and friendly. Our site was fairly level and all utilities worked fine. WI-FI was weak, but Verizon signal was good. About half of the TV channels were fuzzy, but the view and location were out of this world and we will come back.
This is a nice little campground. We stopped over here on our way to Colorado. Easy on and off the interstate but noise was not too bad. A train came by once in a while but it was off in the distance. Check-in was a breeze; the young lady at the desk was very pleasant. We were led to our site and offered help getting set up. Site was a long gravel pull-through that was level side to side. 50 amp power was good, water pressure was very good, Wi-Fi and cable both were fine. Each site has a small patch of artificial turf and a table. There were a few trees but not many. The gravel is raked and manicured daily. One down side to this park is that they are not very dog friendly--lots of rules and restrictions, There are two fenced in dog walk/park but both are dirt so there is really nowhere for them to go except on the fake grass. Lots of long term folks here but most campers looked OK. We felt completely safe here. We would not hesitate to stay here again.
This is a hard park to get in to, reservations need to be made well in advance to be assured a site as it is full of summer Texans. They have a few spots that open up from time to time, but not many. The park itself is fantastic, the owners are a wonderful couple, are very friendly and do a very good job of operating the camp ground. After check in you are escorted to your site and the owner helps you get backed in. The sites are gravel and reasonably level, the back in site we had, had the utilities on the wrong side but no big deal, the sites are spaced pretty well at least for this part of the world, had full utilities that worked fine, WIFI is strong, had a bunch of cable channels that were very clear. There are 2 sections to the park, the lower section close to the office and pool has less shade and the upper section, where we stayed, is in the pine trees and is very shady, we love it. Plenty of Doggie walking room as well. Some sites come with a wood deck. All have at least a picnic table and grill. There are activities most every evening at the pavilion if you are the social type. We will stay here again.
We stopped in here on our way to Ruidoso NM and it's pretty much like I remembered it, dry and desolate. I really wonder why the state keeps this park open, we arrived on Saturday afternoon and there were 2 other campers in the entire park. I guess the lake being so low is keeping people away. Anyway, the site we got did have a fairly large tree on it, the staff said it was the most popular site. The sites are spread way out, ours was a pull through (#49) and fairly level side to side. Electric and water were fine. We scoped out the bathrooms and showers: they were spotless as usual. Park is very quiet. Not bad for a stopover, but it's about 6 or 7 miles off of I-20. We'll probably stay here again.
Stayed overnight here while we were getting some work done at Camping World. The park is right off I-35. This is a fairly large camp ground, divided into three sections: RV section on each end and a park model / trailer house section in the middle. Check in was very fast, and the Lady at the counter was very nice. Sites are gravel and spaced fairly far apart. Ours was a pull through with a grassy area on the back side. Site was not very level, but all utilities worked fine. Wifi worked very well as well. Had a large fenced in doggy run plus plenty of room to walk. Freeway noise was minimal; could hear a train as well. Lots of permanent campers, but most rigs looked fine. Didn't use the rest rooms or showers, but the pool area was nice.
We used to come here yearly when our kids were at home but haven't been here in several years. Lots of good memories. Anyway, the park is pretty much as we remember. The full hook ups are on the hill over looking the lake (which is very low right now). The sites are not very level but are plenty big. We stayed in # 75, which has a large oak tree and the living side of the trailer faces a beautiful meadow of wild flowers. All utilities worked fine. They have awesome boat ramp facilities but with the lake so low only one ramp was open. Restrooms are fine and clean. The office staff was awesome, very friendly folks. We would definitely come back.
We really like this park and have stayed here several times in the past and this last stay was no exception. The check in procedure was quick and easy; the gentleman checking us in was very friendly. We were led to our site even though I knew how to get there. Our site was H4 and it is a wonderful site, plenty big enough for our 40 ft fifth-wheel and tons of space between you and your closest neighbor. Lots and lots of shade or not depending what you require. Wi-Fi worked very well. Plenty of places to walk the doggies plus a fenced dogie play ground. We did not use the rest rooms, showers or laundry so cannot comment on them, the pool was not filled but it was still a bit early. One of the best traits of this park is the enforcement of park rules, there was a motorcycle rally in town and lots of bikers in the park but quite time was quite time and that was it. Some people say there is a new RV park in Fredericksburg that is better but we'll be coming back here.
We love coming to this park, we've been here the last two years and plan on coming back, just not during spring break. We've stayed in the pull throughs looking out over the bay and causeway and the view is simply amazing. These sites are not too crowded at least as far as KOA's are concerned, gravel and fairly level, Wi-Fi worked pretty good as well. Staff goes out of the way to make sure everything is perfect. It's expensive but it's South Padre Island and it's worth it.
We stayed here in February and it was cold and windy for most of the week so we didn't get much beach time, our site was right on the beach but with a fence between the beach and our site, the sound of the surf was amazing while sitting in your camp. Sites were concrete and fairly level, fairly well spaced from your neighbor, utilities were good, Wi-Fi was strong. Didn't use the restrooms or showers but the laundry area was very nice.
We really enjoy coming to this park. Our daughter is a student at San Angelo State University and this is by far the best place to stay in San Angelo. Reservations are highly recommended in the summer since the park will be full every weekend. We stayed in site 78, it was very long and wide, nice grass for the doggies and fairly level. Our view looked out over the lake, very nice. The Wi-Fi did not work for me but the AT&T signal was strong so we used our hot spot. Did not use the restrooms or showers so couldn't say about them. There were also a lot of long term campers this time, more than I remember but due to the oil field boom in the area it's to be expected. Staff was friendly and courteous.