Owner and staff are the loveliest folks have met in a long time, they made us feel right at home for a five night stay. Park does get some road noise from interstate, but the at home feeling of this park more than makes up for it. Beautiful giant hanging flower baskets all over, lots of grass, trees, gravel drives and sites, no dusty or dirt and friendly campers. Sites are bit close but still comfortable. Close to shopping, downtown and Bozeman has lots of culturally things too. Highly recommend
Friend recommended we spend the weekend. Able to get a back in site on the river. Park is very clean, staff is friendly, helpful and social with campers. Enjoyed listening to the Boulder Stream, a blue ribbon trout river and watching the fly fisher people. They have fishing ponds, room for kids to play, a nice picnic pavilion. The town of Big Timber is very pleasant too. Excellent park, very worth the stop and stay a few days.
Very nice park - Staff welcomed us and made us feel right at home with a friendly family park atmosphere. They were having a ice cream social for Tricycle club and invited us to come join. We felt right at home on our first time stay and returned to stay two nights on our way back south. Park is clean, easy access, little or no highway noise though next to I-25. Sites are spaced nicely with grass, beautiful tall trees, lots of gravel, little or no dusty and other campers are friendly - Put this park on your list as an excellent place to stop and rest or spend some time.
The park is located in older not so nice looking area on south side of Cheyenne with no close shopping. The entrance is tight and signage is not visible until right at the entrance. The appearance upon entering is pleasant, but is dusty, many work campers leaving very early running engines talking etc. The trees need trimming, and there is more dirt than gravel. The sites are extremely close better get your shoehorn out for the slides. Be sure to use an electrical surge protector. I will never stay in this park again.
Stayed for two nights and was not excited about park. Ads are not what is really there. Upon entering park there are flowers etc, but it is a huge gravel field with many full-time residents with lots of junk under/around their coaches. I was told they take extreme pride in their park when called for reservation, hum. Space was assigned did not give easy hook-ups nor leveling, I asked for another space but met confrontation from staff. I was not feeling good and it was getting ready to thunderstorm, making the whole situation not good. Was told to take space or leave it as they would not move me except to another smaller space between junkier older trailers with no shade at all. The work kamper man came and we finally got coach level so could reach sewer with long double attached hoses. Next to us on both sides were very junky trailers. At other end of park where I asked to be moved which was very level, cleaner was reserved for Big Rigs. Will never go back.
Pulled into KOA and looks are nice, but their manager is the most discourteous person: never did he welcome us as is normal upon arrival. I told him to give me a space more level for one night and we will be gone in morning and be done. I then told him I had already called KOA customer services and providing handicap services are federal laws. He then assigned us another sight for the night which was more level. I moved coach/toad to site then feeling so uncomfortable and unsafe due to this KOA managers attitude I walked back to office and told the nice young lady good-bye and we left. I again called KOA headquarters to bring them up on our feeling so uncomfortable. Never will return to this KOA.
Wow - had to wait for 10 days in Las Vegas to get into this lovely park. The winter was rough and snowbirds were not leaving. We stayed two months and had a huge concrete pad with full hook-ups and felt so at home hated to leave, but will return. Have family near and am glad we found such a really great park with a great grocery in walking distance too. Would give it a 10 if could turn off the wind in Utah, that was the only thing I struggled with.
Had stayed here back in 2005 and was not excited but this time the huge bushes around the park were blooming, the grounds were raked very well. Each space is divided by these bushes too giving privacy. They could use a lot more gravel over that dusty red clay soil, but it is the wild, wild west! Staff was gracious and friendly. Very impressed will return.
Stayed in this park back in 2005 and thought it to need freshening up. Well, someone else thought so too and this June stopped to only stay a night but the park is groomed, many neat setting areas through out with a work kamper staff that is fantastic. We stayed for several nights relaxing, found great little pizza place near college and the lovely smell of the pines with the cool nights was delightful. Hard to leave to the heat of the plains states and humidity of the southeast. Yes we will return even being a big pricey, but Flagstaff is a unique place everyone must visit.
The park is well cared for and pleasant. Read a booklet on Santa Rosa and it has a lot of interest to it with natural springs. We are planning on stopping again on our fall trip west and staying a few days. I wonder what birds will be migrating through then as we say many in June.
Have stayed here many times and love the staff and ease of park. We don't need a lot of frills and like the big wide sites. Have learned to use Central Avenue to get to shopping and other places. We feel at home when we stop here on our way between pestering our kids. Will always return
We stayed here back in 2005 and found the park to be much nicer then, though very pricey. This time in June of '09 we needed to be on the east side of Albuquerque to get some work done at a nearby shop is only reason we stayed here for two nights. Though staff is trying they seemed stressed. Park has many run down campers with junk around. I said $42 on rate, but it could have been more, whatever the rate it was way too high for the lack of everything. Took our little chihuahua out once to walk and found too much waste not picked up so would not take her out away from just beside our coach. I was sadly disappointed to see what could be a good placed to stay be sad. Will not return.
Cute and quaint this rv park sets in a tiny town on highway 287 just south of Childress, TX - The building is really an old cotton gin and has many antiques. They have a restaurant as well. Nice level pull through's with easy hook-ups. We stayed for one night and enjoyed the quiet peacefulness. I said $25 for night, but it may have been less, I don't remember. Lady in office was very pleasant. She had assigned us a space right in front of the restroom/showers which we never use, so she let us move down a ways and was good as she got another coach in which made it easy for those folks to use the showers. We'll stop here again and maybe can stay a few days and relax.
We stayed one night at the Denison Dam site next to the river on the south side to visit with a dear friend who has been work kamping there for a while. Easy to locate, glad we got there mid afternoon to get a space as this is a small area. Enjoyed a lovely visit with our friend. I noticed late at night there were folks parked along the road next to river playing music and stuff making me feel a bit uneasy. Our friend said there had never been any problems. We do not camp in state or national parks that much so it was more us than the those parked by the water. The whole area is huge and interesting. Area we were in was very clean, tidy. Sewer dump was very clean also.
Park is just to east of exit 151 and not so pretty, needing mowing and trimming. Driveways are bit rough. Couple cute buildings. Was only needing a quiet safe place for the night. Lady in office was so very pleasant and upon hooking up saw we had full amps on electric to my delight. If I'm ever going through the area and need to rest my head I'll stop but not sure of a longer stay. Did not hear the interstate noise, but I was a tired RVer.
Excellent friendly staff. Park had been there a long time, but well cared for with beautiful trees, even has corn field for Aunty Em or Toto to scamper through. Roads are named after Wizard of Oz places which was so cute. We stayed several nights to visit with family in Overland Park. The city of Lawrence is wonderful and just down the street from KOA, lots of activities, good places to eat, shopping and for us 26 miles to our family. we had a thunderstorm which knocked out the power on a hot summer night, but the temps were comfortable and wondered if we were on a river to be so comfortable.
It is on the access road of highway 71,though don't hear much noise. They have these cute western buildings, a small lovely landscaped swimming pool. We stayed the night of the new owner's first day of ownership and they are just darling, having been RVer's for many years and finding just the right rv park they will be wonderful park owners. Previous owner was there and he helped us locate nursing home just behind rv park and we found my husband cousin, having a lovely visit. We stayed one night and if we did not have to go on we would have stayed a few more nights. Nevada is a small cute town, just a neat place to relax in a unique rv park. Yep, we will go back as owners are lovely.
A very beautiful rv park and lovely owners. We stayed for two nights as I was tired and needed the quiet rest. Their pet policy is too strict and led me to believe this is why they had so few campers in such a well cared for park. We have a little old lady Chihuahua and the heat index was too high for me to carry her to the pet area at front of park. Our Chi is trained to disposable bed pads or we would have been in a plights since owners do not want pets going anywhere other than the pet area, just too strict a rule. If you don't have pets and are traveling the Popular Bluff area you'll enjoy staying as the owners are really nice, they just have their rules and it is their place.
Called and spoke with owner a very lovely gentleman and we got in late afternoon. Park is back off road and could not get cell or internet access though right next to I-65. Very poor TV antenna reception. Park could use some freshening up, but the warmness of the owner and several of the full-time park residence made up for mowing and trimming. If ya want to stop in central Alabama and have piece and quiet, watch the owner's horses out in the field and enjoy meeting a lovely gentleman then stop and relax, we sure will again.
WOW, what a GREAT Rv Park - We've been on the road between places for several weeks staying in okay rv parks along the way. Park is well landscaped, many sites are close, but pleasing. Park is on the Coosa River and seems surrounded by water making it cooler in hot summer heat. They have lovely walking paths and a chapel in the woods, so pleasing. We've found a wonderful place to come to when we are in this part of the south and feel very at home. Bring your fishing pole, the water is lovely.
Privately owned park right off I15. Owner is so nice and has several full time residents who work around park who are also nice. August/September was our second stay as have kids in St. George. Overall park is fairly clean. Used the laundry room and felt it could be cleaner along with inside of machines. Sites could be swept up between campers. Lots of permanent campers. Park is close to highway, shopping, site seeing and is comfortable. If going through there close to weekend call ahead as fills up fast on Fridays and not many other places around to be right in St. George.
We are new Rver's 2005 and of all 21 or so KOA's we have stayed this park is in need of a make-over. Staff pleasant, did not take us to site. Our sewer hook up was not satisfactory, but we were there only one night so did not bother us too much. We felt rate was too high for not having adequate TV or Wi-Fi access. We did not use any services. They are not far off interstate 15, but shopping is a few miles up the road. Hope they spruce the place up - we were disappointed and will not stop again.
Felt rate was high but it was summer season. Overall park very nice, staff mostly young, college/high school, but friendly. Laundry clean and we felt safe. Other campers around us friendly. Did not escort to site and had issue with just which one was ours, but once sorted out we had a nice large level site with huge patio close to laundry and camp store. Play area for kids made park quiet. The city street to the park is narrow, run down.
A most pleasant stop along hwy 59 - we stayed one night and were so comfortable - owners/staff just super - park is clean, laundry clean, shopping close, very quiet. This is a small park with big service to any type Rver. They are east of St. Louis and if you are in the area they are a must stop for a restful stay.
We stayed here for about 2 weeks and were very comfortable. Owners and staff are friendly, helpful and very involved. Laundry room very clean. Just off intersate close to lots of great shopping. We had to go into Atlanta (Buckhead) many times and being on south side of city made drive quick for our 68 mile round trips. Had to leave due to weather getting cooler and they were booked for auto race - but we will stop and stay many times again - Real nice park.
Extremely poor - needs lots of cleaning up. Did not feel safe or felt could run a/c due to seeing many broken electric boxes - we stayed one night due to being so late and very tired - the lady at the park is very nice and adjusted our rate. I hope she can turn the park around and it will get better - location is good and needed in the area.
Wow! We are so pleased we decided to come to Starke KOA in Starke, Florida. We are new full time Rver's since June 2005 and this is our second trip around the USA. After our whirlwind summer we are taking our time going slow and staying for a while at each destination. We arrived here end of October 2005 to have the owners accommodated us without prior reservations and we are staying the winter season. If your looking for a relaxed, welcomed Home-Away-from Home then this is the place, with many campers returning each year. Park has cable TV, super Wi-Fi access, is extremely clean, quiet, safe, and the owners along with the staff go beyond the norm in making sure each camper is set-up and comfortable at their site. Each site is roomy with hook-ups in perfect working order and easily accessible. As well as all sites are very level, which is important to us in our class c. We just cannot say enough about how great this KOA is in Starke, Florida. Put it on your list of must stay at!