Agree with the first post below, there is nothing here resembling a resort. Simply a dusty, sandy parking lot with very basic overpriced full hook-up sites. There is no cable tv for the rv park although it's available in the adjacent hotel. There is wifi only in the main building if it is working; it will not reach to the rv park. There are a few other options in the immediate area; I would not stay here again but instead would research other possibilities if passing thru for 1-2 nights.
Not much to add to the previous reviews, we stayed 3 nights in the full hook-up RV Park which has 24 spaces that are all back-in. It's a paved parking lot, an improvement over man of the dirt/sand/gravel combo RV Parks in the local area. The water is high in sulfites, which can affect the taste and your digestion. It's ok for showering in your RV but you may want to bring along water for drinking, cooking, etc or use your fresh water tank.
We hiked the canyon trail early one morning as well as the hot springs trail, both are worthy hiking options. Do your hiking early mornings, take the afternoons for driving around when the heat is much more of a threat.
We spent 3 nights here in our travel trailer and would visit again.
A bare bones no-frills RV Park that is ok for a quick overnight stay. Full hook-up sites with a few RVers that live there full-time. Gravel access road, with grassy unpaved sites that could be muddy if very wet conditions. Adjacent to Hwy 62, there is some highway noise so bring your ear plugs.
The wifi has a weak signal and was available only outside and near proximity to the wifi antenna, but not available inside of our RV. Data signal over cellular network was very strong. Satellite television should work fine at every site. Most of the major broadcast networks are available with over-the-air antenna.
We stayed here one night in our travel trailer and would stay again, although we felt the amenities were sparse for the price charged.
A very quiet RV park in an excellent location that is convenient to everything that Pensacola has to offer but away from much of the congestion and noise. Beaches are about 30 minutes drive, the heart of the city just a few minutes as the park is located on the NW corner of Pensacola. Easy entry for any sized RV, long gravel pads although they do tend to be somewhat near each other. No highway noise day or night. Some sites with tree cover available, also full sun sites. Some leveling will be needed at most all sites.
All sites are full hookup with cable tv and a very good wifi system included in your stay. Very good laundry facilities, clean restrooms if you need them. Satellite television will work well at most sites, and if using the rooftop antenna all major networks are available.
We stayed here one full week exploring the area and would visit again.
Not much to add to the previous reviews, this is a well-kept RV park that is convenient to the Baton Rouge area without being located directly in the city itself. Interestate is close by but there is no highway noise that is noticable. Easy in/out access, access roads and sites are asphalt paved.
All sites are full hookup sites and include cable television hookup. Many sites have trees but there are some that are without trees or open canopy enough to use a satellite antenna. The park offers complimentary wifi access but it seems overloaded and quite slow at many times both day and night.
We stayed here 3 nights and would visit again although we don't normally frequent KOA because of the high cost to support various amenities that we do not use.
A quick and easy stop right off I-20, about 30 miles east of Dallas. Really good access to the Dallas area without being right in town all of the time. There is some interstate highway noise but it's not too bad during the night-time hours. There are very few shade trees here and the ones that are here are small, something to keep in mind during the hot Texas summer sun. Gravel access roads and gravel RV sites, there are some potholes and the entire park could use several loads of additional gravel. Very level sites almost throughout, a few sites have done some leveling. There are several permanent residents with dogs on the loose, early morning departures for their workday, etc....however the park is pretty quiet thru the day and even during the evening hours.
Wifi worked well although a bit slower during the evening hours of course. There is no cable television hookup but all of the major networks are available using the rooftop antenna and satellite reception should be excellent at all sites. All sites have 30/50 amp service with water and sewer.
The rates are quite affordable for a full hookup RV site albeit with few amenities but the essentials. Weekly and monthly rates are available with some restrictions. A 10% discount off the rate is available for those willing to pay in cash. We stayed here 3 nights in our travel trailer and would visit again.
A pretty average RV Park in most respects, close to Indianapolis and the major highways to the south of the city. There is a fire station adjacent with sirens thru the day but not too much during the overnight hours. The park has many long-term residents while still offering plenty of sites for those looking for one night just passing thru or several nights to explore the local area. Access roads are paved while the sites themselves are gravel and mostly level. There is a small pond near the center of the park that offers catch and release fishing to guests. Laundry and showers are on-site. Nearly all sites are full hookup with both 50 and 30 amp service. There is a coded security gate that restricts public access during non-business hours; guests are provided the code needed for access.
The park offers cable tv and wi-fi, although we found the wi-fi unreliable especially during the busy evening hours. Satellite reception will work well at most sites but not all, so it's a good idea to request a proper site while making your reservation if possible. The sites themselves are shared electrical pedestals and shared water taps; as a result at some sites depending on the RV's themselves it can get tight in between the slides. This wasn't a problem at most sites but could understand that under certain conditions it might be.
We stayed here 4 nights in our travel trailer and would visit again.
Previous reviews have covered the hilly conditions and interstate noise but that is almost to be expected given the nearby countryside. If visiting the Pittsburgh area there aren't many alternatives closer to the city than this one but they might be worth checking into. While the area and RV park are hilly the access road is not impossible and any size RV can safely navigate the roads. Do not follow the guidance instructions from your GPS; instead use the access route provided on the RV park's website.
There will be some leveling needed on most every site. Yes the sites are close together but that's to be expected from KOA when visiting. There is no cable hookup here; rooftop antenna channels were available but often the signal would drop off because of the distance from the city and the surrounding hillsides. Satellite reception was great here and would work well at most site especially nearest the park office. Wifi worked well but seemed to drop quite often requiring a fresh login.
We spent 5 nights here while visiting the Pittsburgh area and would stay again, but would also look into alternative RV parks that may be a bit further while having a more level RVing experience and campsites.
A disappointing stay here but it was not a surprise. We generally do not stay at KOA; we don't use many of the amenities geared to young families and don't consider the nightly rate to be a value. However there aren't many choices to spend the night in the stretch of the interstate highway.
To be honest there had been rain the day before we arrived and also the first full day that we were on-site. But that doesn't mean that the owners can't spend some of their revenue to fill in the hundreds of potholes here. They are everywhere and clearly an area of neglect; I have never seen so many potholes at any RV park that I've ever stayed. And they started on the main drive to the property from main highway, and nearly every loop road and RV site is affected and in dire need of several loads of gravel. Guests shouldn't have to accept such poor conditions and for the rate that is charged here you should not expect that your site will have very little gravel, be mostly muddy conditions, and have standing water a full 24 hours after the rain has ended.
A mostly quiet Arkansas state park that is located on the second highest mountain-top in the entire state. The scenery and sunsets are breathtaking. The parks sits near the eastern end of the 50+ mile Talimena National Scenic Byway that runs between Mena AR and Talihena OK and passes numerous scenic vistas and historical sites. There is a moderate sized lodge/hotel with a restaurant located here in addition to the campground.
The RV sites are somewhat close together for a state park and many are fairly short in length. However there are others that are long enough for even the longest of Class A motorhomes. All sites are paved, back-in only, with water and electric. Many of the sites are straight back-in rather than angled, and depending on other vehicles parked opposite these sites backing in could be challenging. Some leveling will be needed at most of the sites. All sites have picnic table, outdoor grill, and lantern hook.
Many sites could support satellite reception; also several over-the-air channels are available using the rooftop antenna including some of the major networks. There is no wifi in the RV park, but free wifi is available in the lodge for all guests.
Take some time to hike some of the nearby trails, enjoy the scenery they offer and watch for wildlife especially deer which are plentiful. We stayed here 4 nights and would return.