We passed through here heading from the Tetons to Oregon. Looks a lot like several other small town KOAs we’ve stayed at. Free waffles for breakfast was a nice touch. We got a site with a large shade tree but many were totally exposed to the sun. Beautiful countryside nearby but not much going on in the town of Arco. Only 20 minutes to the Craters of the Moon visitors center. Great location to stay to check out this remote and amazing NPS site.
Staff was friendly, bathrooms were ok, no dedicated shower rooms (for the men at least). Playground for kids was minimal, but pool seemed nice. This is a good jumping off point for craters of the moon.
They had free waffles and coffee on the Saturday morning we were there. Not sure if that’s an everyday thing, but it was nice.
About 20 min drive to Craters Of The Moon, and it’s worth it to go out there and check it out.
Beware google maps doesn’t map properly to this campground and may take you down an old dirt road. You should turn in town at “pickles place”.
Cute campsite/RV Park. Nothing is around, so bring food and activities! The store is really cute, they serve ice cream in the evenings and pancakes for breakfast. Nice touch, since there isn’t much else around. Small pool, but it’s great after a hike in the park.
We stayed here on our way to Yellowstone. Has most of the usual KOA amenities: clean bathrooms, pool, cabins, full hookup RV spots, and a few tent spots. Even has a couple of teepees. Very friendly staff and a well stocked store/deli. Near Craters of the Moon National Monument. The town of Arco was charming and has an interesting history as the first nuclear-powered city in the US. If our travels take us this way in the future we'll camp here again!