Little city park with a lake. A good place for a nightly stopover but not much more. It is fairly run down and RV sites are very unlevel. All the other amenities are also run down. The lake is nice. Half the sites seem to be taken by permanent locals or transients. Park was quiet but it was mid week. There were regular train noises all night though.
This is a Army Corps Engineer campground. Well maintained. Great sites. Some lakeside. Many have tons of shade. Site spacing is good. Check in process was a bit annoying. Made reservations and paid online then had to wait in a long line at gate shack for them to hand you paperwork. Old guy on golf cart is not very friendly. Some of the best Walleye and Striper fishing around. Overall a great park
We came here for the Labor Day weekend and it did not disappoint. Not a “thrills a minute” park. However, if you enjoy hiking, biking, relaxing or small lake fishing this is the place. We stayed in the full hook up section in the White Tail portion of the park. Bathrooms and showers very clean. Heavily patrolled by the park ranger. Lots of stickers in the grass so be mindful when you walk your dog.
$12 a night. Electric and water. Large grassy sites. Near I-40. Dump station nearby. Lake. Trails. What more could you want for an overnight?
Older park but well maintained. WiFi is slow. Cell service is good. Site spacing is excellent. The pool was clean. Sites near entrance may be an issue with highway noise and an active railroad nearby.
Great little place for an overnight stop. Super friendly staff and good amenities. Pool closed for COVID-19. Not far from I-80 but just enough that it is very peaceful and quiet. We recommend.
If you want a ton of activities for kids and family this is the place. Water park. Trail riding. Car and ATV rentals. Restaurants. Tap room and much more. Be advised if you want peace and quiet though, this is not the place.
Campground is in decent shape and does offer amenities. Lots of cabins. We stayed in a Class C RV. Supposed to be very near the lake but the level was so low it was far away and inaccessible by walking. It was the reason we chose to stay here. The staff are friendly. The little store is decent. WiFi is a joke. Cell service is spotty at best. Half the camp sites are taken by locals who pay to keep their camper here all season along with all their toys and junk. Some teenagers showed up to stay in one across from us one night and sat outside blasting music till late. Next night kids running and screaming around the park till after midnight the first night. Then we are sitting outside one afternoon and the lawn mower dude runs right through our site within inches of us spewing dust all in our camper that had the windows open. We would not stay here again.
We visited in October when the leaves were changing and it was so beautiful. The lake is great. Bring your fishing gear. Site spacing is good. Typical amenities for a state park. You must make your reservations in advance online. We highly recommend this park
Fairly new campground. Close to downtown tourist attractions. Next door to water park and city park with a free zoo. The campground is clean and well maintained. Staff is friendly and helpful. Decent WiFi and cell coverage is good
A nice KOA right off I-44. Its far enough from the highway to not be bothered by the noise. Nice and grassy and large trees around the campground just not near the RV spots. Nice salt water pool and a little store with sundries. The cabins look very nice as well. It appears they are expanding and adding new sites and renovating as well. Playground for the kids and dog park for your pup. Expect to pay about $45 a night for an RV site. You can save 10% with your KOA membership.
Nice clean park with the friendliest staff. Boating, kayaking, swimming, camping, hiking. We always enjoy our visits to this park. Facilities and grounds are well kept.
A nice place for a one night stop off. Nothing fancy. Owners are super nice. They offer military discount. They have a chicken coop and sell fresh eggs for $3/dozen. They have a small swimming pool. The old cotton gin on site is a cool feature. It was full of dusty furnishings. Looks like they used it as a venue in the past. The back row of the park appears to be full timers. Be prepared to hear trains blasting their horns all night long.
Words can’t describe the beauty of Palo Duro Canyon State Park. This review is for the Hackberry Campground in the park. Sites are well spaced. Park is clean and well maintained. Lots of wildlife walking through the area, deer and turkey. Tons of hiking trails. Am Interpretive Learning Center and Amphitheater are near by. This is the second largest-canyon in the country. You’ll need a car to see everything. We had a great time here! Be advised cell service at the campground is almost non-existent. You are at the base of the canyon. You can pickup tv with an antenna.
This is a really great campground. I would have given it 5 stars but the dump station is out of order and has been for a long time. The sites are very spacious. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. The trails are well kept and plentiful for walking, bikes, horses. The lake is nice as well. And don’t forget the bison freely wandering through the campground. And the canyon views are so beautiful
This rating is for the Cottonwood section of Foss State Park. It was a very disappointing stay. We stayed in the full hookup section of this area. You can literally touch the camper next to you due to the cramped sites. The neighbors sewer hookup ran under our awning. The grass is almost knee high all around here even at the site. This section is not maintained at all. Lots of people partying late nearby as well. The tent camp section was bad as well. Grass so high it was almost 18 inches tall. This section is nowhere near the lake. I hope the other sections of the campground are better. AT&T cell service was unusable due to weak signal. Verizon was good.
Great little state park right on the shores of Tom Steed Reservoir. Sites are well spaced. Campground is well maintained. Good fishing. Lots of walking area around the lake. Friendly staff. Most all sites have a view of the water. You’ll need to make reservations to ensure you get a site. This is not a huge campground. It’s very quiet and relaxing. Not a lot of shade. Good view of the Witchita Mountain range in the background. The Witchita Wildlife Preserve is nearby and worth taking the family to see free roaming bison.
If you are looking for peace and quiet this is the place. It is a National Dark Sky site and perfect for star gazing. The sites are almost 70 feet apart. Well maintained. Daily activities run by staff. Great hiking and a nice lake. Staff super friendly. If you love nature this is a great spot. It’s worth a couple day trip. They even have a herd of longhorn steer.
This KOA is directly off I-40 exit 108. It is a decent quick over night if you are passing through. If possible I recommend the spots in back. The full hook up spots up front are literally a parking lot. The spots are so close you are almost touching the RVs beside you. All facilities are clean. Staff is friendly. The pool is nice and there is a small lake for fishing. There is a tourist trap in front call The Cherokee Trading Post. There is all a Cherokee Restaurant. Good food. And there is also a nice convenience store.
A very nice clean well kept state run camping resort. Many shaded spots. And great fishing! Some of the best hybrid Striper in the country. Price is great as well. Make sure to reserve your spot online if it is near a holiday. We will definitely be back.