Newer campground. No sewer hookups at our site. Back side of campground had some drainage issues. Several really big ruts from runoff. One through our site.
Friendly owners. Lots of improvement work going on. Very nice bathroom and rec area. Strange layout for sites, but they were very full.
Close to Highway 60. Quite a bit of road noise. Reasonable rates and friendly owner. Site was fairly level. Definitely a wooded setting. Could tell work was being done to clear away brush and debris. Restrooms and showers were single units on the ends of office building. Just a few too many broken down campers sitting around for a very high rating. Probably would not stay again.
Lovely small RV park. Only about 12 sites. Super friendly, helpful owner. Quiet area in a small town but grocery store just down the road if you need to restock.
Level sites. Good hook-up access. Small, clean laundry. Bathrooms were top-notch. Every campground should have the same set up. Handicap accessible, all in one in same room. So great if you have kids or someone with a disability.
City pool and playground across the street. Only stayed one night so didn’t get a chance to try those. Will definitely stay again when passing through the area.
Very pleasant overnight stay. Staff was friendly. Great bathrooms. Pool was large and busy. Sites level and easy access for hook-ups. Trash pick-up at site. Clean, affordable laundry area. We would stay again.
Not what you would expect for a KOA with a “Holiday” ranking. Pot holes in the roads. Picnic tables sagging and peeling paint. Poor WiFi. Just looked neglected. Gave 4 stars instead of 3 because maybe COVID was impacting staffing. Sites were level. Bathrooms were clean although very few campers were using them. Not a bad campground, just overpriced.
Campground is huge but feels quite cozy and friendly. Helpful office staff and they take you to your site. Close to everything in town and only 30 minutes from Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Full hookups. Level sites. Laundry and bathhouse were clean and convenient. Would stay again.
A new campground that sits on a hill overlooking the Missouri River and Pierre, SD. Beautiful views and there are benches placed around the campground to enjoy them. Level sites with full hookups. Large, spotlessly clean bathrooms. Helpful and friendly owners. Wish we were staying more than one night.
Only two washers and two dryers for laundry but they are in the nice, air-conditioned lobby area. Has a table for games or visiting and a collection of books and games to use. Snack machines if you get hungry.
Playground, basketball goal, sand volleyball for the kids.
Showers are pay showers, but I don’t mind paying a dollar or two for a clean, spacious shower. Partial gravel road to get to the campground but it was in good shape. This is a good one!
Just stayed one night passing through Iowa. Very pretty Campground with colorful Kabin’s and a lake for swimming or paddle boats. Level sites but not much shade.
Surprised we did not get an escort to our site as is usual at KOA’s. Did not use bathroom facilities. Laundry needed attention as it was a bit unkempt and one machine was broken and half full of dirty water.
Would stay again to try some of the other amenities.
Very pretty Campground. Typical KOA amenities. Showers were clean. Laundry was a bit small especially in a world of social distancing but clean. You have to drive through the entire campground to get to the lower sites. Felt a little tight at times and we just have a 13 footer.
About 10 minutes away from Hot Springs NP so good location for visiting there.
Spent two nights. Office Staff was super friendly. Went above and beyond for service. Separate handicap shower facilities are always a huge plus for us. (Hubby is blind.) Bathrooms were clean.
Thirty minute drive into see Gateway Arch. Not a bad swap for some peace and quiet. Lots of shade and pull thrus. Pool was out of order while we were there, but those things happen. We would go back again for a longer stay.
Hard to give a complete review. Bath facilities were COVID closed. But, level sites. Water & electric hook-ups. No swimming in the lake, but folks were fishing and boating. Fair price and we’d stay again if passing through.
Found this gem tucked away in Northwest Arkansas. Corps of Engineers Campground. Very well-maintained. Gorgeous lake with lots of lakefront sites. Several bathhouses. Some with vault toilets but some with flush toilets and showers. Sites have electric but not water so fill your tank before you come.
Swimming area was very spacious. Nice playground for kids. (Closed currently due to COVID.) Dump station has easy access.
Sites are in several smaller groups so it would be great for camping with friends and family. Paved, smooth roads in and out. Quiet and good spacing between sites. Deer roaming around throughout. Fantastic price for lakeside camping.
The good - site was level with 30amp electric. Two shower rooms in Birch loop with plenty of hot water. Beyond that…needs serious work.
The road coming in was a pothole minefield. You simply cannot miss them. Three of the loops were overgrown jungles. Birch loop was mowed at least. Vault toilets only. Advertised beautiful spring by the concrete house was an algae pond.
Site lists a swimming area but it is just a patch of mud beside the boat ramp. Never saw a campground host and there was not a map to be found. You are on your own to find your site.
If there is a dump station, it is very well hidden. The most use seems to be from boaters utilizing the ramp to the Black River. If you like cell signal, there was none.
Paid $36 for one night 30amp site. Waaaayyyy overpriced for services offered. Unless you really want to get away from it all, just keep driving.
Convenient location just off Interstate 75. Quiet wooded area with plenty of activities for the kids. Swimming pool, fishing pond, playground, jump pad. We don't have pets, but there is a small dog park area. Lots of planned weekend activities. Bathrooms are very clean and well-maintained. My husband is disabled and we are very appreciative of the separate handicap facilities. You don't have that in a lot of campgrounds. We like the sites best towards the front of the park close to the pool. The owners are very hands-on and involved and you can tell. We have camped all over the country but this is our favorite local getaway when we have a free weekend.
A beautiful location just across the road from Mesa Verde National Park. Spotless, modern bathrooms with enough showers and stalls to not have to wait. Not too huge that you get lost. Very nice people working the office and reservations. Easily accessible sites and hookups. We've been stayed twice in three years and it has remained the same well-maintained campground. One very nice large pool and two spas. Playground area as well. Laundry is super clean and reasonably priced.
Smaller campground very close to RMNP. Sits directly beside the Big Thompson River. Spent three nights in July. Each site has a deck over the river. Can't beat the sound of water rushing. Several long-term campers and a group of "cabins" are the majority of the park. People running the campground and work camping are super friendly and helpful. Bathrooms are really small but clean. Only two showers and two stalls. Probably because the long terms are big units and the cabins have their own bathrooms. You do have to squeeze into your site but they help you back-in and pull out when you are ready to go. I do not believe they allow tent camping. We would stay again.