April 14, 2021 - reviewed by Triple L
Expensive For What You Get
Stayed for five days at the end of April, for the last few days of Steamboat's ski season. Just a 15 minute drive to the ski resort, 8 minutes to downtown, and as mentioned by others the free shuttle runs regularly through as well, which was great. Dusty, gravel pads, and a wide variety of rigs that look like they can't or haven't moved in years (most in need of paint), also adjacent to one of Steamboat's trailer parks. Pool looked nice and new, but not open in winter season. Did not use bathrooms, wifi was OK, Sprint/TMobile service was good. Overall, seems like a place like Steamboat could use a more upgraded RV facility with the classic 10 year or newer approach, which was really at the price point we were paying. Good for a few days to check off your five Ikon Steamboat days. Check out our travel blog at http://tripleacres.com/Lillback1
August 9, 2019 - reviewed by Dennis
Just outside Steamboat Springs close to all things in town.
KOA staff very helpful couldn’t been nicer .
Park is a in need of some modernization .
Tubing on the creek that runs through Camp Grounds is great fun
Lots of kids having a good time .
Cable TV WiFi good .
September 26, 2018 - reviewed by Patrick
Very enjoyable, spent two nights enjoying the stream and colorful trees. Free bus supplied by Steamboat Springs that runs to town and back 3 time an hour until ~ 10PM. Many good restaurants, bars etc in town and many old buildings and western history. Folks at the park are very helpful and friendly, nice, well stocked store.
My only wish was for accessible wi fi...I found it none existent even though it is advertised. The instructions do admit It is a vert week intermittent signal but it never came up on my my iPad or iPhone as available.
September 19, 2018 - reviewed by CPA
Sites very tight and expensive
August 7, 2017 - reviewed by 5thWheel Gma
Expensive! $65 for our site. Sites are not level & very close together. They advertise wifi, but upon checking in give you a paper that says it probably won't work. And that was correct. Couldn't connect at all. On the plus side they're close to town & have a friendly staff.
June 29, 2017 - reviewed by Brandi
On Shuttle Route, Close To Town
We stayed for 1 night while passing through Colorado, the park itself is decent though the spots are pretty close together. The location on the river is very tranquil and there are a lot of activities (pool, mini golf, basketball, bike rental) right at the park with a decent campground store. The park is also the first stop on the red shuttle route to town which is convenient. The campsite is expensive at almost $50 a night, and also has issues with wifi. Our wifi didn't work at all and they give you a flyer at check in saying this is normal and to not expect to do business or important activities over wifi. Our cable also did not work (not a big deal for a 1-night stay) but other than that the park was a good location near the attractions of Steamboat.
September 12, 2015 - reviewed by B+T
Close To Town
This is a KOA park. Close to the town and has a bus that comes through front of park 3 times each hour and drops you into town. Friendly staff at front desk. We had a E and W site beside creek. Nice spot but almost $52 for one night after Labor day. This was more than campgrounds close to Yellowstone. Bathrooms had nice water pressure but were sloppy at end of day. Regrouting and maintenance needed.
June 10, 2015 - reviewed by Adam
Fun Place Close To Brewery
Close to brewery and its on the yampa river.