We stayed here two nights, one going and one coming back. This is a clean, simple family run camp ground in Gallup, NM. It’s basically a large gravel camp ground with few trees, but very well maintained. There are like 177 sites, and very few long term campers here. We liked it for what it was and the price. Recommend it if you need a stop for the night.
Wow is all I can say! After surviving towing the airstream up Red Mountain pass, we pulled into the KOA and couldn’t be more happy. Our site backed up to a stream that sounded wonderful with running water. Each site has a picnic table and a combo fire ring/grill. They even welcome you with three large fire logs! They now offer horseback riding right from inside the KOA. They have everything from teepees to tent, cabin and RV camping. A great restaurant on site with a well stocked store and laundry facilities. This place is really well run. The only complaint is the WiFi, which is non existent, however, they are currently working on that and should have campwide WiFi by summer.
This campground is amazing! As stated before, this is no longer a KOA campground, but it’s one of the best I’ve ever stayed at. Outside of Durango, away from the road, all you hear is the river running by. The sites are all large and the grounds are immaculate. We stayed 5 nights and were very sad to leave. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Depending on your site, most have large mature trees around you. Facilities are clean and well kept. Highly recommend staying here.
This is a beautiful gem right in the middle of LA. Large bluffs overlooking a lake leading to beautiful views. Sites are concrete and level, and have plenty of room. We however ended up in the middle of a 5 RV group with about 12 screaming kids and adults that were drinking into the wee hours. We loved the location (C37) and the clean good hook ups, but had a hard time enjoying the stay with all the noise.
At first we were unhappy seeing we had a site close to the outside road (189), but quickly changed our minds. It was an end space with our curb side facing out, giving us no neighbors and extra grass. Each site has hook ups, picnic table and fire ring. Any and all RV services are available with a great store and laundry. A gate leads to the beach and town is a couple short blocks away. We would definitely come back.
Although the sites are fairly close together, they are clean and level. The park is very quiet and the staff is nice and helpful. The views are amazing. I would definitely stay again.
This is both my first review, but also my first ever RV trip. This is a simple campground, no bathrooms or showers, but they do have full laundry facilities. Westerly is a small 24 spot full hook up RV park on the north end of Durango Colorado. Why did I give it 5 stars? The hosts are wonderful people who are friendly, welcoming and helpful. They maintain the property and it’s impeccable. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit, there is a dog run and across the street is the newly remodeled Durango Hot Springs. Worth a night or a full week visit.