We arrived after closing time and used the self check-in which was easy and clear. The sites are spacious enough. It was easy to manoeuvre with our 33ft RV. Unfortunately we could only stay for one night. We enjoyed our short stay at this well maintained park.
The park itself seemed really clean and nice. They need to do something with the septic tank at their dump station, however. It was overflowing and I had to empty my waste tanks very slowly to not create a huge mess. Obviously that is not ideal for emptying the "solids" from the black tank! The water flow for the black tank flush was pretty low, also. They charge $20 to dump. Otherwise, seems like a nice park.
We stayed in an adorable cabin for the night. The cabin was clean and heated and furnished very nicely with lodge pole furniture. The staff were very helpful, too. This place is just far off the main road (Hwy 24) that it was quiet. There were huge boulders all around. Lovely -- will be back!
Pulled the 27 ft trailer and checked in without problems. Negatives. sites are not level, sites covered with dirt, not paved or gravel, WiFi useless, water pressure less than 20psi, and our site P48 was at the top of the hill and is a pull through. The water, electricity, and and sewer was at the beginning of the site where it is the least level. We wound up draining the tanks after hooking up and backing the trailer to reach the sewer pipe. When we left the park to go to Cottonwood Pass we had to go past our site about 200 feet and back uphill, with some sharp turns in soft dirt, so we could hitch up the trailer. All these features were 50$ a night. Soooo why even three stars??? The views were spectacular, it was quiet at night, and you could not hear highway 24. May be the sites down the hill were more level and had better water pressure, do not know but would not stay in P48 again!…
The thing I like about KOA,s in general is you always know what you,re going to get. The turn in off Highway 285 is a little scary from the west. Beautiful views of the mountains. Lots to do in the area. Our site was an abandoned section of road I think but was not a problem since it was big enough to park two or three 18 wheelers. Like all KOA's dirt roads and lots of dust. Still enjoyed our stay.