Conveniently located to I-10. You can hear the freeway and a train go by from time to time but the noise is not enough to disturb your sleep. Park is clean. Sites are level, very large, but are not paved. Staff is friendly. Unlike the Kerville, Texas KOA..the hook-ups are where you can easily access and actually use them. We would definitely stay at this park again.
We had already been on the road for 7 days coming from the Northwest, heading to the Southeast when we had arrived at this park. We had no problems finding a campground up until we called Kerrville KOA. We were told they were almost full. When I asked why they were full, I was told there were people there for Thanksgiving, and they had remained for the entire weekend. I thought that to be odd given the location of Kerrville. Essentially out in the middle of no where. We were able to get a space; however, it was obvious once we arrived at the Kerrville KOA why it was full. It was full only because it was more of a live-in trailer park as opposed to a KOA accommodating RV travelers. There are many run down trailers occupying the majority of their spaces. The people at the office were very nice, but as an RV park goes, this KOA needs lots of work. It is very run down. The sites are dirt and the location of the hook-up are not accommodating to where the rig's hook-ups are located. If we were very tired and desperate to stop, we would stay at this KOA again. Otherwise, we would seek another park.
Large sites big enough to comfortably get into with a 40 foot 5th wheel and truck and not have to disconnect. Nice distance between neighbors. Owner and staff very friendly. They even had a free Thanksgiving dinner buffet for campers. They have a pet walk but no fenced in area for pets like the neighboring RV park in the area advertised. There is an on site cafe where you can have breakfast and dinner. We would camp here again.
The sites are packed gravel and are fairly level and large. Not too much room in between sites, but the space is comfortable. You could easily open an awning. We were capable of parking our 40 foot 5th wheel and keeping our truck attached to the 5th wheel. There is a nice fenced pet area for those traveling with pets. We received about 15 channels on the cable. The office people who are KOA Work Kampers, were extremely friendly and helpful. The laundry room was clean and well-maintained. Note..the campground tends to be located in a windy location. We stayed two nights thinking the winds were too bad to be out on the road. However, we found when we drove further east down the road into Palm Springs, the winds were non-existent. We would stay at this park again.
Dirt..dirt..and more dirt. Aside from lots of dirt and only 4 channels available on the cable..the park is okay for a one night stay. We were traveling with our 2 little Shih Tzu's. If you have pets, the park does not have a fenced in pet area and there are many sand spurs around the park that get into the dogs paws. If you are traveling with children, there is a small playground.
Nice park. The managers try to do their best to accommodate everyone's needs. The sites are large and divided by cedar trees. The only drawback is they are gravel sites. When it rains, many have puddles. Note: It is predominantly occupied by Canadians. It is a Holiday Trail Canadian Park.
Wow! What a wonderful park! We had a long day through mountain passes. This park was like being invited to the Walton family. Friendly, helpful, welcoming people. Large, flat paved, clean sites. Nice dog park for the animals to run. We arrived at about 5 PM and were invited to join in a Thanksgiving dinner. It was delicious and the people were just as wonderful! The owner goes out of his way to make every one feel like it is home. I give this park 5 stars. We would go back in a HEARTBEAT! Don't pass this park up if you are in Redding, California. You won't regret it!