This place is pretty busy. The sites are close but the park is quite large, in fact it would be ridiculous if it were ever full. The roads are very dusty but they do their best by driving a sprayer around a couple times a day to keep it down. We still ended up with everything covering dust, inside and out. The playground was a winner with the kids and the laundromat is HUGE as it's really the center of town with the post office on site, albeit only open 4 hours a day. Wi-Fi worked very well, but the park was relatively empty.
Mediocre FamCamp. There are 2 sections, site #s below 10 are nice, roomy, and more forested. Site #s above 10 are cramped and have fewer trees. We loved site 9. The water was far away and required an additional hose beyond our normal 25ft. The bathroom/shower/laundry facilities are disgusting. The toilets are steel prison bowls with no seat. There's no playground or WiFi, but we picked up 17 TV channels over the air.
Great stop for the night, but it's no destination resort. Nice clean pool and lots of playground equipment. Unfortunately, the equipment is old and very dangerous. The sites are well spaced out with a few trees. The laundry is cheap and open all night and Wi-Fi worked great. It was surprisingly quiet for how close to the highway it is, but perhaps because of the 30 knot wind.
Long sites but pretty close. I was dumping my tanks a few feet from the neighbors eating at their picnic table. The grounds are red lava rock, water pressure is very low. There are lots of activities for kids, albeit they charge for everything. The pool was so warm (and cloudy) that it was not refreshing. The gas station right next to the KOA is the cheapest gas around by 10 cents. Wi-Fi is contracted out and doesn't work with an iPhone.
The laundry is free and grounds are level and well kept, but there are no trees, playground, or beach. We left for 1 night to stay with family and came back to a massive ant infestation. The old traps in the lawn should have been a clue. We had ants coming up each jack and were all throughout the camper. We saw several others folks spraying and sprinkling ant powder. The RV wash was very convenient and reasonably priced. The Wi-Fi was finicky.
The most depressing base and miserable RV park ever. The site was paved, but warped from heat or roots so bad that it was impossible to get level. We had site 18 which had a street light that rivaled the sun. Literally, it was just as bright in the RV at night as it was during the day. There is no playground or anything to do here. Never again.
One of our best camping experiences in our RV. The awesomely quaint campground is run by the nicest people. The sites are average size a reasonably spaced out with tons of trees. The staff put on a campfire with band and free hotdogs and smores. We had a great time with the entire campground. The staff provided an endless list of things to do in the area beyond just Crater Lake. The Wi-Fi and cell phone service was very poor.