Cozy and Spotless. Such warm management staff. Extremely helpful and even directed me to see my first Bear.
The park was beautiful and a packet was ready since we arrived after 7:00pm. Our fire pit was littered with trash. I notified the office the next morning however it was not cleaned during our stay.
The campground is situated in a central location in the Black Hill. Easy drives to Deadwood, Rapid City, Keystone and minutes from Stugis.
Super clean bathrooms and laundry. They have a saloon on site however hours are random based on?!????
Internet worked great and the staff, especially Sue were amazing
Pulling into the 1st KOA ever I was a bot skeptical. Its is maintained beautifully. The space were were given was especially long and since it was one night inly we didn’t have to unhook the camper. Missed the Ice cream.
This KOA is conveniently located 6 miles from Yellowstone gate. Bathrooms & Showers are clean!! The park has an expansive camp store, coffee hut and pancake breakfast every morning as well as a bbq dinner (menu) every evening. Laundry facilities were clean, reasonable and spacious.
Nice campsite with full hook ups. When making a reservation i was told i could have a tent at the site however once arrived we were told no. My guess is they expected the new showers and bathroom to be completed. The RV park shared a road with the town’s maintenance facilities so truck began coming in early.
Close to a small beach area and right across the street from the marina which was a huge bonus.
Nice place. The park had many long tern renters who were very nice. Wifi didn’t work great but when does it.
The town is so charming.
Spotless campground with extremely knowledgeable and friendly staff. Joe and Terry stand out. The laundry room and bathrooms were spotless. They also provided trash pickup daily. My two issues were our site was up against storage center and there was no one keeping the dog leash ordinance.
Bonus: 5 minutes from Red Rocks Amphitheater.
After our first night this felt like the Hilton, ok maybe the Hilton Garden Inn. We were greeted by two young men and taken to our site. The lobby, bathrooms and shower were immaculate. They even have an ice cream social and fresh baked good in the morning.
The showers and bathrooms needed a good cleaning. There were also many barking dogs. On a good note the neighbors (cemetery) were quiet.
We just purchased our first camper. A Coleman Lantern 17B. We wanted to do a shake down trip close to home so we chose Mounds State Park just 45 minutes north of Indianapolis. Upon entering the park we drove to the campsite. The sites were immaculate. The bathrooms some of the cleanest ive seen anywhere! The charming camp store has a hummingbird feeder where birds come by often for some sweet nectar. We only stayed 2 nights and managed to walk all the trails and spend tome at the actual mounds. Ot was a great chance to work out our bigs close to home. We will definitely be back.