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My siblings and I checked into this KOA very late (around 2:30am) and chose a spot from the list of available spots that were shown on the list as we were checking in.
We set our tent up as quietly as we could and even...More
We arrived late in the evening and stayed in the so-called "Primitive" Tenting Site which was downhill from the RV and Cabins for rent. We were very happy to find the location well kept with a nice lay out between campers, cabins, and rent-able tents...More
I loved this Koa it was right at the base of the Mesa Verde mountains,super clean,nice bathrooms ,great pool.It was super quiet and the the view was truly breath taking.worth every penny I spent for our 3 night stay.Also I messed up my reservation and...More
We spent two nights here, so we had time to see how things worked. Our first challenge was to put stakes for our tent in the tent site, which was a former RV site I think. I have pitched my tent several dozen times and...More
Disregard the review from Canada. I stayed at KOA near this couple. They were illegally smoking and mean people. The staff did the right thing, they are awesome people who make sure visitors are safe. That couple came to make problems , loud and mean....More
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They do have campfire rings, but if I remember correctly, they ask that you not bring your own firewood. They have it available for purchase. Sometimes in severe drought conditions the county may impose a total ban on open... More
They do have campfire rings, but if I remember correctly, they ask that you not bring your own firewood. They have it available for purchase. Sometimes in severe drought conditions the county may impose a total ban on open burning, but that would be rare and the campground would let you know about any such restriction.