Laramie KOA

(13 Reviews)

1271 West Baker St., Laramie, WY 82072

307-742-6553

800-562-4153

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GPS: 41.3243, -105.6127

Laramie KOA is located at 1271 West Baker St., Laramie, Wyoming 82072 with a total of 145 campsites. Before your trip to Laramie KOA, check out website at http://koa.com/campgrounds/laramie/ or contact them through 307-742-6553 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

41.3243, -105.6127

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 41.3243, -105.6127

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Overview of Laramie KOA


Longest RV Reported: 40 feet (Class A)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

145

Pad Type:

gravel

Elevation:

7,119 ft / 2,169 m

Tent Camping:

Yes

Reviews of Laramie KOA

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  • Area Guides Avatar Jeff & Steff’s Excellent Adventure
    Nice park but tight spots.

    Reviewed 4/10/2021

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    Days stayed: 6

    We stayed at The Laramie KOA in August 2021. This is a FHU RV Park which offers a variety of sites including premium extra large pull-thru sites. We opted to save the added expense of the premium sites and stayed at a regular pull thru-site. These sites are very close together which was difficult to negotiate into with our fifth wheel....moreWe stayed at The Laramie KOA in August 2021. This is a FHU RV Park which offers a variety of sites including premium extra large pull-thru sites. We opted to save the added expense of the premium sites and stayed at a regular pull thru-site. These sites are very close together which was difficult to negotiate into with our fifth wheel. The sites are so close together that I had my neighbors sewer hose directly in front of my camp chair between my legs. 😳👎🏻 Next time we will opt for a premium site because this is a very nice, well maintained KOA with an excellent staff. There is a nice dog run here and lots of green space to walk dogs. We were able to receive mail here, also. All in all, we would recommend this park and enjoyed our stay here. If you would like to see videos of this park and others, please check out our YouTube channel: Jeff & Steff’s Excellent Adventure.

  • Area Guides Avatar Romabout
    Noisy

    Reviewed 24/9/2021

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    Nightly rate: $42

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 37

    We were in what appeared to be the older section as we had a tree for shade. Sites close together with little room to sit outside. The newer area looked like sites were bigger but there is zero shade. The I80 noise is constant. Laundry machines were older and some out of service. This KOA is convenient to Laramie and the Snowy Range Sc...moreWe were in what appeared to be the older section as we had a tree for shade. Sites close together with little room to sit outside. The newer area looked like sites were bigger but there is zero shade. The I80 noise is constant. Laundry machines were older and some out of service. This KOA is convenient to Laramie and the Snowy Range Scenic Byway. AT&T service was good.

  • Area Guides Avatar TrophyHusband
    Not a great first impression

    Reviewed 4/9/2021

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    Nightly rate: $99

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: D13

    I've never stayed in a KOA prior to this stay. I guess I had a mental picture of what a KOA represented (not great) and this experience sort of cemented my impression; I won't be staying in another KOA unless there are no other options.We had a "Deluxe" pull-thru lot. It was level, but it was gravel for the motorhome, and (differen...moreI've never stayed in a KOA prior to this stay. I guess I had a mental picture of what a KOA represented (not great) and this experience sort of cemented my impression; I won't be staying in another KOA unless there are no other options.We had a "Deluxe" pull-thru lot. It was level, but it was gravel for the motorhome, and (different color) gravel for both sides. No grass or similar anywhere. Nor any shade; not a tree in sight in the campground. The WiFi was horrible (though, in their defense, they say they are in the process of switching providers); I never not once was able to get connected to the KOA WiFi.The hook-ups were fine, but the water connection was far enough distant that I needed to use two hoses to hook up. We had to make a change about a week out and it was inconvenient to get a KOA rep on the phone to explain our need. Finally, after three days of trying, voice mail, etc... we managed to get through to a human, and our issue was solved in a jiffy. Overall, the staff was the best thing about our stay.On the plus side, it's really close to Interstate 80. On the minus side, Interstate 80 is open all night so the traffic noise is incessant. I was hoping to enjoy the cool nights for sleeping, but the traffic noise made that impossible. I recommend windows down and AC turned up.The roads getting in and out are nothing but potholes, so it's mighty slow and shaky. Easy to navigate, but really rutted and rotten access roads to / from the campground.For the price, this isn't an experience I'd repeat. At half what we paid I might consider it. Shame, actually, because I can see the management pays a lot of attention to detail. But it just wasn't a great experience for what we paid.

  • Area Guides Avatar Pintsize
    Only Game in town for Full hookup, good location

    Reviewed 17/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 155

    This is the only campground in or close to Laramie that has full hookups and definitely feel like they capitalize on it. The road getting there was littered with pot holes and if you did not pay for a premium site ($65+ a night) so was the roads going back to the basic sites. Since we wanted to explore Laramie for a week we paid for ba...moreThis is the only campground in or close to Laramie that has full hookups and definitely feel like they capitalize on it. The road getting there was littered with pot holes and if you did not pay for a premium site ($65+ a night) so was the roads going back to the basic sites. Since we wanted to explore Laramie for a week we paid for basic and regret it. Constant and loud highway noise, SO close to your neighbors and not much ability to have a fire if desired. However, it was great location to town which was very cute and fun to explore along with hiking in the National Forest. We would camp here again but we would stay a shorter time a pay premium for the sites that are further away from the highway, much more spaced out and allhad fire rings. The staff was very nice And helpful at all times!

  • Area Guides Avatar Jim & his T@B
    Basic services, not pretty, functional

    Reviewed 13/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 45

    My site was rough gravel and dirt. The hook ups worked and the site was close to level. There's a deluxe section that has much nicer sites and further from the freeway. Nearby gas station. Nearby freeway so some sites are noisy. Good AT&T service

  • Area Guides Avatar Clovis
    Sites too close and permanent campers/sites were piled up with junk broken down cars and dog pens.

    Reviewed 12/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $65

    Days stayed: 5

    This was basically two parks in one. At the front when you first pulled in it was very clean with nice large spaces and tables, chairs, and fire pits. When we checked in and were shown to our spot it was at the back next to I-80 and extremely close to each other. I felt like I had to stand inside the RV next to us in order to hook up w...moreThis was basically two parks in one. At the front when you first pulled in it was very clean with nice large spaces and tables, chairs, and fire pits. When we checked in and were shown to our spot it was at the back next to I-80 and extremely close to each other. I felt like I had to stand inside the RV next to us in order to hook up water and sewer. Once I had my slides open you could barely walk between the RV's. There were a lot of long term people in this area with broken down vehicles, junk piled up and one even had a dog run attached to one side of it. I have never understood why KOA does not have rules for their park owners and make them clean up. Is not a place I would not stay again unless I was sure I would have a spot up front were it actually looked like a different park. It rained a lot while we were there so everything was pretty muddy. We camped at Laramie KOA Journey in a Travel Trailer.

  • Area Guides Avatar Yochepy
    Close to Town but Overpriced, Potholes

    Reviewed 13/5/2021

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    Nightly rate: $77

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: D6

    There is definitely an upside to this park but it is still way overpriced for what you get. We wanted to be away from I80 and were able to get a site away from it for a steep price. The road leading to the park is horrible pothole ridden mess! It would be nice if KOA paid to have the road patched up with all the money the charge for ...moreThere is definitely an upside to this park but it is still way overpriced for what you get. We wanted to be away from I80 and were able to get a site away from it for a steep price. The road leading to the park is horrible pothole ridden mess! It would be nice if KOA paid to have the road patched up with all the money the charge for sites. Once we were in the park was fairly nice. The staff was pleasant. The sites are all gravel and rock so everything stays clean. The side of the park that was closer to I80 looked a little more run down and seemed to be full of permies or long term residents. Had great cable TV and good cell coverage and WIFI repeaters all over the park. Laundry was $2.50 to wash and $2.50 to dry. They had about 6 of each machine, but 2 of the dryers were out of order. The park is very close to downtown Laramie and the University of Wyoming which has a beautiful campus. So with this park you kind of have to take the good with the bad if you need to be near Laramie because there is nothing else with full hooks for miles in either direction.

  • Area Guides Avatar Blake
    It's a KOA

    Reviewed 8/9/2020

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 23

    Stayed here 9/4/2020 to 9/7/2020. If you've been to a KOA before you basically know what to expect here. As others have said, it's great for a stopover. I was in an electric/water hookup site only and used the dump station on the way in. An employee guided me to the dump station and then to the site which was nice. No rinse water at th...moreStayed here 9/4/2020 to 9/7/2020. If you've been to a KOA before you basically know what to expect here. As others have said, it's great for a stopover. I was in an electric/water hookup site only and used the dump station on the way in. An employee guided me to the dump station and then to the site which was nice. No rinse water at the dump station though which I thought was strange. This is a really nice location to get around Laramie. I actually rode my bike to the Wyoming Territorial Prison which was only a mile or so away. Showers and laundry were both nice and clean. My site didn't have a picnic table or fire ring or anything and was very cramped with my neighbors, but it was only a couple nights so I didn't really care. There is a pretty considerable amount of highway noise here. Overall a great place to dump, fill-up, get propane, and take care of some laundry, as well as check out downtown Laramie.

  • Area Guides Avatar NoBoundaries
    It was fine for an overnighter.

    Reviewed 26/9/2019

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 3

    Not really a camping place - like an over-night place to stay - no camp fires, not big spots. But, the facilities were very clean, and the staff was friendly and efficient enough. The freeway noise did not bother me - my camper is pretty well insulated. They are in the process of redoing many of the sites. Wifi was excellent.

  • Area Guides Avatar Campin' Grandma
    Nice One Night Stay

    Reviewed 17/8/2019

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 99

    Clean, friendly and easy access to park our 38 ft 5th wheel in pull thru site 99. Great place for a one night stop. Some might find the road noise from the nearby Hwy an issue, but it didn’t bother us at all. When we arrived we were greeted by two friendly people, one who took us to our site and made sure everything was working properl...moreClean, friendly and easy access to park our 38 ft 5th wheel in pull thru site 99. Great place for a one night stop. Some might find the road noise from the nearby Hwy an issue, but it didn’t bother us at all. When we arrived we were greeted by two friendly people, one who took us to our site and made sure everything was working properly and told us about how they pick up trash at each site daily. There is wi-fi and cable available, but we didn’t use either. My Verizon came in great there. I would most definitely stay here again. This would a great place for someone that was working in the area. Felt completely safe at this campground too.

  • Area Guides Avatar DIDO
    Narrow sites & I-80 traffic road noise

    Reviewed 14/3/2017

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Most recent stay was 6/16/16 - I'm "late" in posting my review ~ We camp in a Little Rig “Tear Drop” style RV only 15' long w/o toilet or shower ~ plus we like to eat outdoors using the picnic table and set up our dining canopy for sun and weather protection and thus rely on condition of campgrounds facilities and being nearby our site...moreMost recent stay was 6/16/16 - I'm "late" in posting my review ~ We camp in a Little Rig “Tear Drop” style RV only 15' long w/o toilet or shower ~ plus we like to eat outdoors using the picnic table and set up our dining canopy for sun and weather protection and thus rely on condition of campgrounds facilities and being nearby our site ~ so our critique is focused in that area.Did get close to restroom/showers ~ right across the road. PROS: Restroom/showers are newer modern look w/full on tiled walls/floors. Good water pressure & hot. Shower stalls are private combined w/changing area a little small but still ok in size w/bench for seating and hooks for clothes/towel. Appreciate the paper towels for clean-up of area after use, some campgrounds have only air dryers. CONS: need rubber floor mat in changing area when exiting shower, a small shelf would be nice for your stuff/ need hooks and shelves at shared sink area all for conveniences that many campgrounds forget.CONS: all sites are narrow and close together / tight and narrow greenspace barley enough room to use the picnic table / packed in like a can of sardines forget about any reasonable privacy and of course the constant traffic road noise from I-80 is ongoing all night long so typical of many KOA’s. Never could understand why they want to build them so close and in view of the interstate.

  • Area Guides Avatar Jen and Mace Man Fancy Pants

    Reviewed 11/8/2016

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 94

    So I knew I needed to be here and therefore upgraded to premium site thinking I might have a bit more space with my site. What did I get for that, my neighbors sewer hose right outside my front door. This on top that the park was not full and therefore they could have easily skipped every other space to accommodate everyone staying i...moreSo I knew I needed to be here and therefore upgraded to premium site thinking I might have a bit more space with my site. What did I get for that, my neighbors sewer hose right outside my front door. This on top that the park was not full and therefore they could have easily skipped every other space to accommodate everyone staying in the park. Why, why do private parks, KOA and others, continually just put every trailer side by side when it is not busy??? Please, please, if you are a RV park owner, space the trailers apart if it is available. I, of course realize this is not always possible but please try. This KOA has spaces made for trailers the size of smart cars, they are not wide. Yes I would camp here again if I needed to but would probably not make an effort. The sites at the KOA in Cheyenne were twice this size but no grass.Yes, you will hear highway noise if your windows are open and quite possibly if they are closed. Bathrooms were clean but the shower stall heights were not made for tall people but otherwise modern and clean.

  • Area Guides Avatar Gary
    Standard KOA, next to a highway exit

    Reviewed 29/7/2015

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    Nightly rate: $44

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 103

    Not really a destination type spot. But it is the only RV campground in Laramie unless you want to boondock at some of the Days End (Escapees) spots or about 20 miles out of town to the west or east (Laramie Lakes or Buford/Pole Mountain).Sites are gravel, 30 or 50 amp rows. Grass strip between the gravel. Clean restrooms and la...moreNot really a destination type spot. But it is the only RV campground in Laramie unless you want to boondock at some of the Days End (Escapees) spots or about 20 miles out of town to the west or east (Laramie Lakes or Buford/Pole Mountain).Sites are gravel, 30 or 50 amp rows. Grass strip between the gravel. Clean restrooms and laundry. There is no pool.The park backs right up to I-80 so there is a fair amount of road noise. Windows closed not bad, windows open not so good.Solid Verizon signal but speeds weren’t very good. 4mbps/2mbps down/up. Since I saw probably 20+ WiFi Cellular hotspots I wonder if all the folks in the park were overloading the tower(s).

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Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 6 Users Last Reported 09/26/2019

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 5 Users Last Reported 05/13/2021

T-Mobile 4G

Confirmed by 3 Users Last Reported 05/13/2021

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