Loved the area and the natural setting. Ty was a wonderful host! It’s awesome to know that he built the whole place and put thought and love into it. You can rent tubes and float the river, fish or rent a buggy to off-road. We lived our 2 days here.
The landscape around is pretty sparse. Our site was clean, easy and spacious. We were right up by the lake which seemed man made but was still peaceful. Great place for an overnight stay. First come first served
Great place to stay if you are going to the Grand Canyon for a day. Close enough to town to get supplies. We enjoyed our stay.
One of the nicest, most upkept campgrounds we’ve ever stayed at. The bathrooms and grounds are modern, the showers are fantastic. Definitely stay here if you are traveling through.
We came into south lake to visit family. This campground is right in town but there’s enough space and trees to give it a natural setting. Bathrooms are great and it’s pretty quiet considering it’s popular. Looks great for families and there’s a dog park, pool and trails.
So easy to access for a night or two off the 97 Clean, serene and great bathrooms and showers. Our spot was riverside and you could walk right out and sit at a picnic table on the river or lay out in the sun on their beautiful dock. Great experience.
We stayed here for 2 days. It’s an incredible place with lots of activities to do around it (hiking, golfing, cute towns to shop in) My only issue was the bathrooms were clean and great but you needed quarters to take a shower. I don’t carry quarters and usually only use them for laundry but add the shower fee to that it was easily 6-8$ in quarters and no one would give me that. There is no quarter machine on the premises. Otherwise it was awesome.
If you can look past the rundown bathrooms and strict rules about dogs and everything else you’re doing then you can appreciate the beauty of Lake Sawyer every morning. I’m giving this a 5 star simply because it’s close enough to get shopping and things done if you need to but the natural setting of the lake is epic. Misty mornings and gorgeous sunsets. Loved our spot right next to the lake.
I travel in my rv to get away from the city life. Most KOAs are pretty cool. This one has to be the worst KOA I’ve ever stayed in. Packed in trailers like sardines. Your view is your neighbors sewer line. Run down spots, dead grass, mole hills, bathrooms are unclean. Right on a busy highway and you can hear it. I bought the “deluxe site” for 65$ a night!! No WiFi, no cable, nothing worked!! It is a nightmare of an RV park. I had originally booked for 6 nights and stayed for 1 and left because it was depressing.
Loved Tallulah Gorge campground. We had a spot right on the river. Full hookups. Clean bathrooms and showers. Incredible river to fish and swim in.
Stayed here one night but was disappointed with the gravel spots for RVs. The rocks they’ve used are uncomfortably sharp and hard to walk on. The spot we stayed in was shadeless and close to the road. Not my favorite KOA.
This campground was very small and serene. A ways off the main freeway and a scenic drive through farmland and rural homes. It had great bathrooms and showers. The sites were tight and back in only. Not very level. There is little to none cell service. I was a little mislead looking at photos, there is a hot spring pool that is crowded but the natural hot springs that are crystal clear blue water are actually called Blue Heart Springs and are located by kayak 30 minutes away. The waterfalls are not on the property and are on the road back to the freeway. The river is not swimable at the campground.
It might be right off the freeway in the middle of Wyoming sparseness but it was a pleasure to stay here for the night. Clean facilities and bathroom, laundry room, exercise room. We stayed at a deluxe spot with a concrete pad and privacy fence. Staff was kind and very helpful. Good stop when you are tired and need to stay somewhere nice.
Out of the way and secluded campground that’s easy to get to. Loved the scenic and natural elements. Riverside spot and fished all day. Bathrooms were outhouse style and there is no water at sites and no showers. Loved our stay.
We stayed here because there weren’t any other places available. Staff is very kind but the grounds were unclean and it needs a lot of updates. It was located in a city setting and trailers were crammed in everywhere. Not much privacy and not much nature.
Loved this serene, lakeside campground. Campsites are perfectly maintained and the natural setting of the lake is preserved well. Lovely families and boaters camping and fishing. Poured and level concrete pads to put your trailer on, plenty of trees and shade.