Okay, we do stay at KOA campgrounds on occasion. They are consistent and usually meet a minimum set of standards. A few of them are outstanding and some are just average. This particular KOA fits the latter category however we found the setting to be peaceful and quiet with great views. We stayed here just one night on this trip but we wouldn’t hesitate to stay again if the occasion arose.
The entrance to this park is easy to find however the long dirt road was very bumpy and washboarded. This didn’t stop us however, even with our low ground clearance.
This view, directly in front of our spot, was particularly beautiful. That’s Mt. Princeton in the background.
The spots can best be described as “rustic”. No paved spots were seen, however the ground was well drained and for the most part, not muddy. It does rain frequently in the long summer afternoons.
The main clubhouse, in the typical KOA style.
We loved the view from our site. Although it looked like the nearby power pole would be a problem for us pulling out, it was easily missed 🙂