Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
Additional Pet Information:
Called and made a reservation by phone , gentleman answering phone was very rude and unprofessional!!! Told him a class B towing and did not want to unhook just for 1 night . We only have a few sites left he said grumpily do you want to make a reservation . Yes thats why I called . Have stayed here previously a couple of times but they will NOT be getting any more of our money. Got to site and was way to short so had to end up unhooking after a long 700 mile day . Called to let them know site was to short was told well thats all we have do basically take it or leave !!!!
Never again and when I made the reservation the guy didn't even say Thank you or anything as I said very unprofessional and YES I do know about his end because we worked at a KOA and managed a campground for 6 years
Not up to KOA's I've been to in past. Was ok for overnight, very cramped had to re-park to open slides!
Not bad or good.
Clean facility, but I have stayed there twice, and both times I have been crammed in to a tiny space, not adequate for my rig and tow vehicle. And both times, there were larger spaces available, but I didn't get them. Guess that's what happens when I arrive after hours.
Review of the RV Campground
We recently spent three days at this RV Campground. It is a very packed RV park, catering to full-timers and the overnight crowd. Our space was very near others and the Motel 6 bordering the RV park contributed to noise.
This RV park had water, sewer, and electric hookups. There was a small laundry room and the bathrooms were a bit dated, but cleaned.
All-in-all the RV campground was pretty standard, it bordered a large highway, the spaces were narrow and gravel.
Would I recommend this park? If we were visiting Abilene or passing through. Would we come back? Sure.
Informational: We travel in a 36' Class A RV.
Lots to do
This KOA has a lot to do--rec hall with pool table and ping pong table, a decent swimming pool, a basketball area, a playground. But we had to ask for a picnic table to be delivered to our site.
Most of the sites are full service; we wanted a site with electric and water and there are only about 10 of those (they are considered tent sites). And, per usual for a private park, they are pretty narrow. The park does have lots of trees, which is wonderful in this park of the country.