This is one of the better parks we have been to. Lots of trees and shades. Well maintained. Range of easy trails that are kid friendly. Kids loved seeing the tracks, easy access for the kids. Campground clean and comfortable.
The sites weren’t too bad, but there were a lot of ants and insects around that’s even more than usual. Definitely bring a tent screen. I don’t think it’s specific to the campsite as there were insects all around town, or probably due to the time of the year. Other than that, campgrounds were clean and easy to enter. Historic sites were close by and interesting.
We only stopped here for a night- it’s a bit far off the main road for a quick stop but it’s a beautiful place. Sites weren’t that close but it’s also not “tree-y” enough to provide privacy on the loop we were on. Saw deer walk near the grounds. Electric and water hookups worked perfectly. Weather was a nice break from the usual Texas sun. Would return!
This place is as close as you can get to the Grand Canyon without actually being inside! Newly remodeled- all the hookups were new. The RV sites were fairly close to one another but there weren’t a lot of people when we stayed so it wasn’t an issue. The flintstone park opens at 9am and my kids had a blast playing in the park. The people who run the grounds are so sweet. When my son hurt himself going down a slide, one of the ladies helped take care of his wound and bandaged him up. She even gave him a surprise to help him feel better. When we thought a falcon show was going to happen but they weren’t on that night (it was clearly stated on their signs, but we overlooked it) the guy willingly let us watch him practice with one of his falcons. Overall, clean and new. Good place to base camp if you want to visit Grand Canyon.
Sites were so close to each other. There were quite a few RVs that appeared to be permanent stays. Seemed like the place is deteriorating and I wasn’t too entirely impressed with the feel of the place. There were a lot of people drinking out in public and having fun. Crowded. River beach was beautiful, especially at sunset. Great place to swim!
This was just a quick one night stop on a road trip for us. It did the trick just fine but the campground was very bare with rows for RV hookups. The sites were very close. There were small young trees but not big enough for shade. To be fair, the night we stayed was the last night this KOA was open before closing for renovations so when they open, might be an improvement! All in all, good for a quick stop.
This place was clean and easy to reach. Large place with plenty of sites for hookup. Only con is that sites were very close to one another. We stopped here to go to Carlsbad caverns. It’s about an hour away from this KOA, so be sure to wake up early and arrive early to reserve first come first serve tickets for the caverns!
This seemed to be one of the better KOA grounds I’ve been to. There were a lot of trees and the place was super clean. The shop was well stocked and pleasant. The only con was how close the sites were to one another. It felt like we were on top of one another but everyone was friendly and respectful!
This park is close to Austin and is a great place to get away. Campgrounds were clean - you can use tents or hook up a trailer here. There are restrooms and hot showers, but I haven't used them so I am not sure if they're any good, but they're available. The park closes at 10pm but if you're camping overnight, you'll get a gate code so you can leave and return anytime. The falls were beautiful. Definitely will be coming back here!