Friendly people, nice park.Big shade trees and long level pull thrus. Fresh tomatoes and cucumbers from Wayne's garden. Nice laundry, too.
Very nice KOA. Pull through sites, shade trees, located a little off the hwy so not a lot of road noise, cleanest bathroom and showers of this trip, and if you want you can order pizza. We stayed in our Class B+ camper van. Oh and WiFi was good.
Narrow spaces but level gravel sites with grass between. Plenty of places to walk the dog and lots of shade.
Parking lot but clean okay for overnight
Super nice campground and staff. Sites were clean, level and easy in and out. Great little restaurant on site where you can get steak cooked to order and delicious pie. Would camp here again.
Nice campground close to I80 with a lot of shade trees, green grass at each campsite and a lot of amenities. The staff was very friendly and the sites were easy to get in and out of with the RV.
Stayed in pull-thru site #80 with a motorhome and toad. Nice level site but a bit narrow for an extended stay. It did have nice grass between the gravel pads and the staff greeted us without having to leave the RV. We would be happy to stay here again!
Follow-up to our May 2017 review. Campground has new owners and even better customer service. We were able to change sites when we perceived a potential problem with our dogs being next to the neighbors dogs. Sites 84-78 are great for big rigs...open and wider. We'd be happy to stay here again!
Coldest reception ever at a KOA and I have stayed at a bunch. DO NOT arrive early, especially before the Sunday 1:00PM checkout time, they cannot accommodate you. No flexibility in site assignments, you sit until they are ready to receive you. All gravel, staff spent an inordinate amount of time towing a grader with a golf cart, spreading dust throughout the campsite, and you cannot wash down your RV after. Friendlier parks anywhere else but here.
If you are looking for a respite from the city feel, this is the RV park for you. We were surrounded by corn fields and virtually nothing else. The park is nice with things to do for the kids and during the day it seems quiet. Spaces are average size but some of the trees need trimmed up to accommodate the larger rigs without damage so be careful when pulling in. The drive into town for supplies is approximately 6 miles. No real good place to walk your dog other than the "pet" areas which are not big enough if your dog needs more exercise that that.
Easy on/off I-80. Long, level pull, dirt through (34 foot 5th wheel and crew cab truck). Clean bathrooms. Quiet. Pretty muddy after a couple of days of rain.
We stopped just for the ne night on our way to South Dakota. What a sweet place. Not huge resort but nice and clean. Great Hunts pizza delivered to your rig, Nebraska wines and they were also doing a special spaghetti dinner in the club house. Clean showers, levels spots, pool. Off the highway so quiet.
We stayed for 1 night on our way back home. Pulled in at noon. Store/office was locked and they had a sign that stated closed from 11a-3p. Luckily there was someone in the store to let us in. Was told we were early (their check in is 3pm) and wanted to charge us $10 but talked them out of it. They have a section of the park that has trees. And they have a section, I'm guessing for overnighters that doesn't. We stayed where there were no trees. Luckily the motorhome next to us didn't open their awning or it would have hit our 5th wheel. We could have opened our windows and shook hands. We were leaving early in the morning and I was actually under the bedroom slide-out of the next door camper disconnecting my power from the pedestal. Hopefully I didn't wake them. Would sleep in a Wal-Mart parking lot before staying here next time.