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Tried to get a campsite at a nearby place while traveling though, but showers and such were closed….was told about this place. Desk clerk was great. Got a level space to park, electric and bathrooms with a shower for $22. Perfect no fuss stop to nap and clean while passing through.
I wouldn’t recommend to stay for vacation here but this is a perfect stop for an overnight stop headed in or out of Denver. Very friendly people and very clean bathrooms. Incredibly easy check in and they have an after-hours process that is so convenient and quick. They have wifi and include a remote with check-in. There’s no recycling in Goodland but there’s plenty of trash receptacles at this KOA. Conveniently located close to a Walmart, coffee shop and restaurants as well as the Van Gogh painting.
Nice older place to stop from all that highway driving! Water, sewer and electric in an open, somewhat treed campground. Relatively quiet being as close to the highway as it is. Ordered food from Cap'n Jack's Pub which was delivered to our RV. Food was good pub food! Covid protocols in place!
Context: I would not rate this campground 4 stars for destination camping, but I would like folks to know it is a great stop-over. Typical trusted KOA cleanliness and quality. Full hookups, some shade and nice grounds for kids and pets. Friendly staff, wifi was good enough for online school; 4g cell coverage, cable too if you are set up in your rig. Good health protocols during CV19. Clean bathrooms and sites. Camp grills, but no fire pits (it can be windy, but this campground's layout offers some blocking particularly to the south end). After crossing Kansas from east to west, this is a great stop-over. Also, if leaving Colorado late traveling west to east, same benefit.
Sweet lady as host. Great location right off of 70 for a night stop. Little jaggers all through the grass was hard on our little dog.
Simply picked the first loops on the lake. if you want to swim I would suggest camping on the other side. I picked this spot because no one else was around I had the whole loop to myself. Which is what I was looking for. The other side had a lot more people. Maybe not the best place for tents a lot of geese around and their droppings but there was plenty of grass and soft ground. I am not use to seeing a campground not full. I was surprised how easy it was to find open spots must be a Kansas thing. Beautiful sunset and sunrise in early July.