|In Season||Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2015||$37.00 - $44.00|
Stayed in a tent spot on a Tuesday night, very quiet considering how close to the highway it is. Nothing spectacle and pricey as KOAs are, but safe and reliable
Not a bad stop... it's a KOA, so it's expensive. However, the spaces are pretty roomy and the facilities/amenities are good and clean. The spaces are all gravel, with a few trees mixed in. We had problems with the electrical hookups... first, they didn't work at all; then moved to another site and the 50 amp voltage was way high and tripped our surge protector. Hopefully, this is not the norm. The WiFi was slow and the water pressure was low (~30 psi).
Very friendly. Nice even sites. All small gravel. Laundry and bathrooms clean and neat. This is right off of I80 and easy to get to. Definitely would stay again when in the area.
Mosey into Cheyenne to explore a legendary cow town and Wyoming's Capital City. Settle in at this KOA sprawling across the rolling High Plains grasslands, then mosey into Cheyenne to explore a legendary cow town and Wyoming's capital city. Browse the Frontier Days Old West Museum and store. Stop at Holliday Park to see Old Number 4004, one of the world's largest railroad steam engines. Nearby Pine Bluff offers rodeos most weekends in the summer or enjoy Big Country Speedway. A half hour west, fish and relax at Curt Gowdy State Park, where two reservoirs shine among the forested foothills of the Laramie Mountains. Then happily return to your KOA retreat for a swim, mini golf and a blissful night under the Western stars.