February 10, 2024 - reviewed by Minnie Says . . .
Just needed a place to stop and get shore power. Staff was friendly and informative. Nice quiet night at the park. We’d stay here again.
January 6, 2022 - reviewed by Claudia Thomas
This was the last stop during our first trip with our camper. My husband had great memories of staying at KOA sites growing up and wanted our kids to experience this fun place. There was no game room, which was supposed to be the highlight for kids. It had snowed the night before and the snow wasn't plowed when we arrived at 4pm, so we had to walk on 5 inches of snow to get to the bathrooms. The manager gave us the wrong
wifi password. Bathrooms and showers were ok. It is known that this camp chain is more expensive than other sites, but the expectation of good service makes you forget that. Very disappointing.
May 27, 2021 - reviewed by Kaybird
Fine for a place to park for the night but oh isn’t want to stop here again. I would keep pushing through to hit the other campground that’s just on the boarder of Colorado and NM instead. That one sits up on the mountain with awesome views. We drove by the next day and all said dang we should have come here instead. This KOA was like a forgotten place. A dilapidated parking lot. The dog run was a chain link fence with no grass and was so sad looking. Location was fine for access to gas and groceries and lots were level but again, it’s a parking lot with no grass. Keep going if you can.
June 26, 2020 - reviewed by Smashcraft
It was ok for a stopover. Some questionable characters walked through the park at late hours. One of the long term residents walked through our camp constantly while he was doing laundry.
March 20, 2020 - reviewed by Vic
Good stop over for on the way to your destination. They have propane. Store, gas, restaurant near by. Friendly people
July 1, 2019 - reviewed by Anne Fox
Made a reservation for 2 nights. Only stayed one then moved to Whittington Center. WiFi nonexistent. Gravel sites/roads become muddy with rain. The site reserved for us still had someone camped in it when we arrived. Site 3 was given to us instead. Not big enough to accommodate our 22’ trailer and leave space to park our Tacoma. Ended up squeezing the truck next to some bushes and practically at the trailer door. Won’t stay again if I can help it.
February 1, 2019 - reviewed by Joy & JJ
Great Overnight Stop
Super nice hosts. Campground is all level and site #9 is wide enough to park the car beside unit. Quiet. There are trees around outside row and some grass, mostly gravel sites (didn’t look like it would be muddy but we had sunny days). Didn’t use bath house or wifi (I’m camping).
FYI: the Water&Electric only sites are level, huge and have grass.
October 18, 2018 - reviewed by Michel Cote
Pass If You Can
Gravel / mud campground.
Quite expensive for what it is.
Sites very very close.
WiFi is a joke. They give you a phone number for tech support....
March 18, 2018 - reviewed by Gallifrey
Friendly And Nice
The people running the park are super friendly and helpful. The sites are large and level. Only minus is the entire site is gravel/dirt.
November 25, 2017 - reviewed by Jay
The owner is very nice, they use a wifi provider and the setup is stupid. You should just have open wifi and make it easy to connect. It was slow too. The park is clean and flat. Over all it is ok. Nice place for a quick stop
May 2, 2017 - reviewed by George M
Ok for 1 night, site was level, shower took forever to get hot and the water was so hard it was near impossible to get suds.
March 28, 2016 - reviewed by Deb
This KOA has good WiFi but that is about all I compliment them on. The park is just dirt, very little gravel even. This translates to mud after the snow and dust in the summer. If you need an overnight stay, its good to be away from the highway noise. There were no trees at all in the pull thrus.