I haven't stayed at a ton of parks but this was probably one of the disappointing parks. Not a bad location, about 5 minute drive to Cody. Staff was efficient but not very friendly or helpful. Cable didnt really work and the staff suggested I find a secret button in my trailer to push (have never had a problem before here). The majority of the park is out in the open with no trees for shade or wind break. Pads were semi level, but rutted out dirt/gravel made for uneven areas in the pad. Felt like I was camping in a cow pasture. Bathrooms, laundry facilities, and lounge were fine. Not a bad overnight stop if have younger kids, as they do have a pool, trampoline, basketball court, game room, and other things for entertainment. It is set up like a vacation destination for people with kids who aren't going to leave the park, but it is located basically in a field. Just not my cup of tea.
This is middle-of-the-road KOA. It has decent amenities... pool, laundry, cable, etc... but so-so WiFi. We had a site near the front, which was shaded. However, you hear all the road noise and everybody coming in and out. This place has a lot of traffic! We also had people arriving in the middle of the night. It was hard to get a good night's sleep... unless you like wearing ear plugs. Also, there was no pet area. The spaces were really weird... we had a nice patio space, but they parked the motorhomes in opposite directions. Our bedroom slides were just two feet from our neighbor's slide. Some spaces shared the patio space... which is a first for me. My main problem is that the place was too expensive... even by KOA standards. I know that Cody is a popular place, but this is the second most expensive that I've ever stayed in... and I'm a full-timer.
Staff was nice & friendly sites were level. Close to town & nice laundry. Would stay again
I pulled in with my 42' 5th wheel and was given a pull-thru site with all the services. Good thing their cable TV worked, because I could not use my dish because of trees. If you want to use a dish ask for a spot behind the office. Sites are gravel with some sites having grass in between, but not many. Wi-fi wasn't to bad. The site are typical of most KOA's - narrow with just enough room to open your slides, barely missing your neighbors. A store that sells a little food, clothing, and nic nacks. The park is located right off the highway and you will hear road noise if parked in the front of the park.. Their is a lot for children to do here with a playground, pool, game room, and outdoor games. You are only a few minutes to Cody if you want to drive. A bus goes to the Cody Rodeo every night for, if you want to see a rodeo (great show). Be sure to take a ride to the Buffalo Bill Dam which is just out of town and visit the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. I would stay here again if given an open site.
The staff was friendly & nice 50 amp p/t were level little noise from highway but not bad we were in the back & no trees to scratch the RV. Were just staying a night but stayed 2 so much to see & do in Cody. Go to the Buffalo Bill Museum it is great