This was a HUGE KOA campground! There was a lot to do, but we only stayed 1 night & got back on the road. We stayed in a small cabin (w/ bathroom). The weather was great, so we had a great view of the forest around us & the sky was amazing!
KOA does a great job of keeping everything organised & clean.
It was nice & quiet. Unfortunately, 1 of my cats was startled by a neighbour’s dog & ran up a tree. My friend, being a military vet, knew how to get up the tree without getting hurt & bring my mischievous ball of fur, Loki, safely back to the ground.
It is a great place to stay!
Stayed here for 1 night. We were up early, at the crack of dawn. As we prepared to break down the tent, a HUGE bull moose wandered out of the woods, looked around, then walked by my camping spot & the one right next to mine. I was sitting in my car, putting my sleeping bag inside, so my photo did not come out very well.
The camp site was amazing! Slept very soundly. They sky at night was amazing!
This KOA campground was fantastic! It was near the Mount Rushmore National Park in SD & it was easy to travel to the national park. We stayed in a basic cabin & ate breakfast here before heading to Mount Rushmore NP (which I did not find all that exciting).
Because of the great experience here, we decided to stay at other KOA campgrounds on our way home (AZ to CT).
This park & campground is part of Slide Rock State Park in Oak Creek Canyon, which is in Sedona, AZ. My friend & I stayed at the Slide Rock Lodge down the road & we ate our meals here before & after hiking the Oak Creek in the Canyon. We took some great photos of the structures along the top ridge & saw what looked like an ancient Native American settlement.
It was a beautiful day & a wicked awesome river hike! This hiking trip was actually in May 2007 but I remember it like it was yesterday. It made a huge impression on me, especially since we hiked the Virgin River & Orderville Canyon in Zion National Park the next day.
I will upload photos later.