Cynthia K.
Reviewed Apr. 8, 2021

Watch out for buddy sites

This is a very nice KOA. Store was stocked. They have tee pees for rent. Bathrooms/showers were clean & nice. They have a pool, which wasn't open for the season during our stay. I used the laundromat & they have a lot of machines (which actually worked!). Staff was courteous& helpful. This KOA was just far enough away from the road that traffic noise was minimal. Low lights in the campground, which I appreciate. I hate those mercury vapors shining in my camper all night. Lots of stars at night. Great view of the mountains & I believe Mesa Verde. There's a city park next to the KOA with a lake. There's a trail that goes around it. We heard ducks& geese every evening. I was told a really nice dog park, also city owned.

 Here's the thing. When I reserved the campsite I picked the 30 amp full hookup. They said these were the most popular sites. These sites, except on the end, are buddy sites. That means for 2 nights we shared the site with another couple. Which was very awkward. We tried to stay on our side & they on theirs, but every time you had to go into the camper, they were RIGHT THERE. This could be a disaster if the other people are jerks.

 The hooks ups were placed pretty far too. We had just enough cord for the electricity. If you can, go for the water/electric sites. They have a better view of the mountains. We camped at Cortez/ Mesa Verde KOA Journey in a Travel Trailer

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