Casper KOA (Formerly Antelope Run CG)

1101 Prairie Lane Casper
Casper, WY 82601

(888) 562-4704
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Credit Cards Accepted: NA

Utilities & Amenities

Power: 30 Amps



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Traveler Reviews

Pat's picture
4 reviews

Ok but noisy

Ok if you don?t mind being woke up by jake breaking trucks and dogs barking. They have nice places to hookup but we got the one closest to highway 25. Give it a shot, it?s not bad for a late arrival spot.

Date of Stay:
 September, 2019
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Scott E.
19 reviews

Ok for stop over

Huge gravel parking lot with utilities. We have a 50 amp spot. Our power keeps going off. Have the AC on and the tv and it throws the breaker. So to watch tv, I have the ac?s off. I suspect their power pole is bad and only 30 amp power being supplied.
Can?t recommend this spot.

Date of Stay:
 August, 2019
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Elaine G.
1 review

Good spot.

This is a nice campground! Gravel, lots of trees and shade. We like it.

Date of Stay:
 August, 2018

Michelle C.
1 review

KOA Casper

100% gravel, not a speck of shade, a lot of street noise, no appeal whatsoever!

Date of Stay:
 June, 2014
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Dr. Moreau
48 reviews

Rude Owners, Poor Sites, Bad Amenities

The campground itself was nothing special. It was a gravel parking lot, no grass, tight spaces, and not too many amenities. I took our dog Echo to the dog walk, which was a 10 ft. x 20 ft. fenced in space with gravel. The dog walk fence was 7 ft. tall and felt claustrophobic; Echo did not leave my side until we decided to leave the dog walk. The playground looked shabby and under maintained as well and I did not let the girls play on it.

Our space had water, sewer, and electric. There was a cheap plastic picnic table and a small tree, who looked to be clinging to the life in the hard Casper weather. Although close to the Interstate, there was not much road noise at night because the Interstate is not heavily trafficked.

If I stopped our review here, I would give this RV campground two stars. However, we had a bad experience with the management so I am giving a one star review.

Our experience:

Due to a booking mistake, we arrived the day after our reservation. The owner of the campground was condescending, informing me I should track our reservations in a "planner." We were 200 miles away staying at another KOA and she would not be flexible, even when I confronted her if they were full the night before. She said the campground was not full; the night we stayed the campground was barely 50% full.

I understand that it was my fault for double booking my stay. The owner’s rudeness about the situation and condescending tone towards me, the customer, is why I am giving the KOA a low rating. I have double booked before and the campground owners have understood, moving my reservation.

All in all this is a very basic KOA. If you need a place to stop as you pass through, this KOA will be good for an overnight stay.

Would I recommend this park? No. Would we come back? No.

Informational: We travel in a 36' Class A RV.

Date of Stay:
 May, 2014
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