July 9, 9:25am - reviewed by Traveler
Loved It Here
I’ve payed way more at other KOA’s that don’t have this view, so I don’t think it was too pricey. Great playground, clean showers. Super friendly staff and the proximity to Devils Tower is amazing. Great family campground. The tent area also looked very spacious and pretty.
July 7, 8:59pm - reviewed by Tim
Awesome view of Devils tower, nice staff, good play area and pool for kids, clean facilities. Would stay again.
June 4, 4:30pm - reviewed by Tobler Family
Clean, Great Location
Military discount, clean showers, beautiful location.
September 1, 5:53pm - reviewed by TexasTumbleweed
Close Encounters Of A 2017 Kind
My wife thought I was nuts - but watching as a products of the 70s, watching Close Encounters of a 3rd Kind - with the tower in the background - was cool. Take your camping chairs, popcorn and a blanket (we were there mid-Aug) n enjoy. The remainder of the park was un unremarkable - uneven dirt pads n usual crappy wifi. It's get 4 stars because of the outdoor movie - if that is not important to you, deduct 1 star
August 15, 8:36pm - reviewed by Stitch
Yes they are next to the tower and the staff is nice. But they are over charhing to the point of gouging. Wifi wasn't good and the cable doesn't work. I also heard the staff turn away a customer asking for propane because they were not staying at the their campground.
August 11, 7:20pm - reviewed by Rick
Nice clean place big sites easy to get in and out. Right next to Devils Tower. No cable and out of range for antenna wifi not very good spotty at best. If you are not into motorcycles avoid this entire area during bike week (first full week of August) it is busy and loud.
price is very high.
July 20, 8:11am - reviewed by Linda W
This was the second time at this koa.
1st time in their little cabins. Loved the spot next to red cliffs. Very quiet spot nice.
2nd time in our 35ft travel trailer. Spaces seem big enough. Water and electric.
Their were alot of class A coaches. Spaces are large enough. Beautiful place.
Hosts are very nice.
We ll come back.. we like this camp ground
September 6, 11:19am - reviewed by Andy
We loved our stay here. It's was just one night but worth it.
August 6, 10:23am - reviewed by Karen
My one and only complaint was having no cable...missed watching the Olympic opening ceremonies. Other than that, it is a great place to stay. .it is situated right at the gate to Devil's Tower. There is a nice gift/souvenir shop and cafe attached. .. the burgers and Texas toothpicks were good. Staff was friendly. .. we didn't even go into the park because we had a perfect view of the mountain from our campsite. .. don't count on getting in without reservations. ..it was completely filled the night we stayed. . The restrooms and showers were great. ..laundry room was opened 24 hours. ..oh and they have homemade fudge for sale and can't beat watching "Close Encounters" on there deck with the mountain in the background. . We brought our own pop corn. ..perfect.. maybe 4.5 stars!
June 15, 6:23pm - reviewed by The Via's
Nice overnight stay.
Why rent the movie? Close Encounters shows free at main office deck each night at 8 pm. Nice enough for RV stay overnight and beside park entrance for Devil's Tower. Food/drink at store not so great a selection but the chocolate butterfinger fudge is good. Bathrooms clean. Not every guest cleans up after their pooches, so watch your step. Great view and location right beside the tower.
June 12, 11:45am - reviewed by Deb
Could be a very nice park but...we had to ask the management to empty the poop trash at the dog run. 3 days it was just stuffed full, smelled and flies everywhere. If you check out/rent the movie, close encounters, do it from the morning staff. The night staff will charge your credit card $30 for the movie and then not refund the whole amount like the morning staff tells you. Its frustrating that you think you get a full refund and then not, cost $5 to watch the movie. We stayed 5 days and they put us in a site out away from the trees and no shade at all yet there were sites they could have put us much nicer. Just not a friendly experience like we are used to at KOA parks. They also told us that the cafe on site has the best food even if you wanted to drive into town. That was also not the case, the menu is very limited to just salads (small for the price) or burgers. Go into town, Hulett, for a nice meal and great service.