We had a great spot with shade. Staff is pleasant. Store is focused on being cute but lacking in essentials for campers. Over a mile from the nearest alternate store. There must be semi permanent spots in back since there is a fair amount of in-park traffic through the night and some of the vehicles are pretty loud.
We used this RV Park as a base to see Dinosaur National Monument and Flaming Gorge. We had a really nice, large site on the end (#22), which had a lawn outside our door. There really wasn't anything special about the place, but it was clean and quiet. The staff was friendly and the WiFi was pretty good. It also had an enclosed pet area. My only negative was the price... pretty expensive... but that's KOA!
The location is great. Close to town but not next to a busy road. However, there is a private mobile home park behind the KOA and there was a lot of traffic to and from the mobile home park going through the KOA at all hours of the day and night. The individual RV parking sites are quite nice with a concrete patio and a privacy screen and BBQ at every site. Nice touch. The restroom were clean, the store had a good verity of items to buy. Staff was nice. Gravel roads and parking. Lots of trees.
We selected this campground based on its close proximity to Dinosaur National Monument and Flaming Gorge. We are a 38' class A with a Jeep Toad. Our site was a very nice and long, with a patio, awning, and fire pit. The hosts were very friendly and helpful. Full hook up , w/e/s was $48. Very close to town and stores like Wal-Mart and auto parts (if needed for toads). Going to visit the dinosaur museum in town. This LOS is quiet, clean, has a pool and bouncy pad, plus a Kamp K9 for dogs. Would stay here longer in the future.
Very nice campground. Restrooms clean and the pool was lovely. People very very nice.
Great place for you and your kids to recharge your batteries from traveling. We decided to stay an extra day to swim and play. Great shade trees. All around great park. Town has all the stores you need. They also rent Razers for off roading. Went back west we are staying again.
The hot water ran out while showering. The site was so out of level I had to put concrete blocks under the wheels, luckily there were blocks in the pile of trash on the site. Next to us was a trailer park, no fences or divisions. Two problems, children coming to our site trying to give us their Ferrel kittens which they told my grandchildren they were going to the pound tomorrow if the kids didn t take them. The other problem was a very large German Shepherd in a trailer behind. In the evening the dog was put into an 8 x 8 cage where it barked and would have attacked had it gotten loose. In fact when the owner opened the gate the dog ran off. We put the grandkids in the RV and had a pistol ready. I am not scared of dogs but this one concerned me greatly. The last problem was that the WiFi was awful, worse than dial up. Oddly when we arrived there was KOA inspectors in the campsite. I paid premium for this site, over $70 per night. This is the third KOA I have stayed in, I think it will be the last Night