January 7, 2021 - reviewed by Paul & Kelly
We stayed overnight. The gentlemen working the front desk were friendly and helpful. We were having problems with our water and our slides and they were able to help us find a local RV repairman to come help us (Ken’s RV repairs did a great job for us BTW.). The bathrooms were decent. A little dark in the stalls for my taste however. And I ran out of toilet paper in one of the stalls, which is a bit irritating. But mainly it was a nice spot, and close to the interstate. We would stay again.
November 6, 2020 - reviewed by Highlander
We canceled our reservation 2 days before arriving but the person we talked with there informed us we were 2 hours too late to cancel so we were charged the full amount. Questionable business practices? We think so.
September 24, 2020 - reviewed by Barry Bundy
Nice park. The crue working our visit was helpful. The train that the other post talk about is real, but I found it relaxing after the whistle, but at site 16 was not that bad. I would stay again. First time at KOA.
June 3, 2019 - reviewed by Zuteduff
2 Nite Stay
Staying for 2 nites. Check in was painless: folks were cordial and friendly and the sites were clean and neat. Yah, there is a railroad track within ear shot but only get sounds from the whistle which must be blown before crossing a street crossing.
Will use again..
October 7, 2018 - reviewed by Matt
Very clean and very friendly staff. I can not say enough good things about the owners and the staff. I gave two stars because of the trains going by all night long. There is rules about trains blowing their horns and those operators had no business being that loud all night.
September 29, 2018 - reviewed by Edward
Nice park, clean facilities, helpful staff, but...
there is a railroad track running along one of the borders of the park, which is quite active with full, long, whistle blasts at the intersection near the park entrance. Leave your windows closed at night. If you're in a tent...tough luck.
Also pretty expensive for the area. There are numerous 3.5 and 4 star motels in the area for the same or less money (I paid $49 with no cable).
July 15, 2017 - reviewed by Meanwhile
We stayed a month last year.
Liked pretty much everything.
It will definitely be worth a call ahead as it fills up rather quickly.
September 17, 2016 - reviewed by M Kucko
Great Park, But Bring Ear Plugs. $49
Nice park, wifi that actually works, BUT right next to active railroad tracks.
April 2, 2016 - reviewed by Betz Family
Excellent stay! Staff was very friendly and super helpful. We are first timers and they were sweet enough to visit with us. Clean campground, very pet friendly. Firewood was a little pricey, but the experience was with it!
July 9, 2015 - reviewed by Johnathun Harris
Great Little Get Away
We stayed here as a stop in our trip. Very close to the Bass Pro Shop and two Wal*Marts. Staff was very friendly and made our stay enjoyable. The showers are hot and close enough to walk too. Most of the people we talked with was there for work, but they knew all the little dives to eat at. If we are ever in close by we will stop again.