Rock Springs-Green River KOA

(28 Reviews)

86 Foothill Blvd., Rock Springs, WY 82901

307-362-3063

800-562-8699

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GPS: 41.5682, -109.2931

Rock Springs-Green River KOA is located at 86 Foothill Blvd., Rock Springs, Wyoming 82901 with a total of 181 campsites. Before your trip to Rock Springs-Green River KOA, check out website at http://koa.com/campgrounds/rock-springs/ or contact them through 307-362-3063 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

41.5682, -109.2931

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 41.5682, -109.2931

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Overview of Rock Springs-Green River KOA


Last Price Paid: $50

Reported by Jack & Patricia on 09.30.2021

Longest RV Reported: 45 feet (Class A)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

181

Pad Type:

gravel

Elevation:

6,200 ft / 1,889 m

Max Length:

90 ft

Tent Camping:

Yes

Reviews of Rock Springs-Green River KOA

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  • Area Guides Avatar Jack & Patricia
    This deserves recommending?

    Reviewed 30/9/2021

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 15

    Primarily to accommodate mine workers and those of us who expect little, this illustrates what tarnishes the KOA brand these days. For those planning an overnight stop here, you’ll be sandwiched in together at the entrance road. It’s an itinerant parking lot with services. Walmart - I’m serious - often offers more privacy, convenienc...morePrimarily to accommodate mine workers and those of us who expect little, this illustrates what tarnishes the KOA brand these days. For those planning an overnight stop here, you’ll be sandwiched in together at the entrance road. It’s an itinerant parking lot with services. Walmart - I’m serious - often offers more privacy, convenience and less noise. Time we all adjusted our expectations upward and passed on these dives.

  • Area Guides Avatar Rhanrahan
    Ok for overnight stop

    Reviewed 27/9/2021

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    Nightly rate: $60

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 29

    We stayed here on the way to and from Jackson. Convenient not to unhook the trailer for this stop. The location is not great as it feels industrial and it’s right by the highway…which you can hear. Staff is very friendly. It serves is purpose but it’s not a destination.

  • Area Guides Avatar jillyannajoy
    OK Overnight Stop - Very Limited Choices

    Reviewed 5/9/2021

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    Nightly rate: $48

    Days stayed: 2

    I'd say they have a captive audience here, right off I-80. It was the best spot for us to take a break for 2 nights from our cross-country drive before heading into Utah. Positives: Level gravel pull-through site, good cable. Negatives: Although all hookups and utilities worked, they were awkward to set up due to a wooden border aroun...moreI'd say they have a captive audience here, right off I-80. It was the best spot for us to take a break for 2 nights from our cross-country drive before heading into Utah. Positives: Level gravel pull-through site, good cable. Negatives: Although all hookups and utilities worked, they were awkward to set up due to a wooden border around the hookups area (i.e. had to use two long sewer hoses and maneuver them over the wood block border.) Sites extremely close to one another; basically a gravel parking lot. A personal peeve of mine, especially at a KOA site, is no trash pickup at sites and no escort. People were traipsing across the campground to toss garbage bags into overflowing dumpsters. Having said all that, would likely stay again because it's convenient and well-located to I-80.

  • Area Guides Avatar SB
    Poor Quality

    Reviewed 9/8/2021

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    Days stayed: 14

    This large gravel parking lot might be ok for an overnight but we were sorry we booked 2 weeks, sight unseen. Dirty & rundown.

  • Area Guides Avatar Supersize Life
    Good KOA

    Reviewed 21/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 27

    This is the third of fourth KOA I've stayed at and it was the best. Nice amenities, clean bathroom, helpful and friendly staff, well-stock store. Considering the high heat (over 90), my only complaint was it didn't look like any of the sites had shade. The place definitely could use a few trees.

  • Area Guides Avatar Katzenwagen
    Good place to stay. Mostly used by one-nighters.

    Reviewed 18/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 35

    This is not a resort so adjust your expectations accordingly. It is in western WY so it is arid and there is no grass and only a few trees. It is mostly a gravel parking area with sites that are fairly close together. Sites are all pull through with each site alternating direction so that the utility hook ups are between you and anothe...moreThis is not a resort so adjust your expectations accordingly. It is in western WY so it is arid and there is no grass and only a few trees. It is mostly a gravel parking area with sites that are fairly close together. Sites are all pull through with each site alternating direction so that the utility hook ups are between you and another RV on one side and your patio is shared with the RV on the other side. Because of this arrangement, there was plenty of room on both sides. Some of the sites have concrete patios and privacy fences. Most of the sites are fairly level although blocks are needed in some. Interior roads are roomy so maneuvering into and out of sites is easy enough. Staff does a good job assigning the appropriate sites to the size of the RV so that you can remain hooked up to your RV if you want to. This park was full the entire 5 nights we stayed. It emptied each day and filled up each night. Probably 90% of the sites turn over daily. It is an easy off and back on to I-80. Shopping and restaurants are about a mile away. Be sure to make a trip to Cowboy Donuts for the best donuts. There is some road noise and I did hear a train whistle two or three times during our stay but I really didn't notice the noise from inside the RV nor outside during the day. The wind does blow during the day but usually calms in the evening and overnight. Generally it's just a strong breeze. Even though everything is gravel there is limited dust as the driving areas have been treated for dust mitigation. There are about 8 or 9 large petroleum storage tanks that you drive by to reach the park. While they aren't beautiful, they don't cause any issues with staying at the park. In fact, they probably help buffer some of the road noise. The staff here are top notch. Very helpful, attentive and customer oriented. And there's lots of them. The office/store is well stocked with anything you might need including drinks, snacks, frozen treats, hotdogs, RV supplies and souvenirs. They will have a couple fresh baked chocolate chip cookies waiting for you. The office is open until 9pm for late arrivers. There's a nice sized fenced area for the dogs and a playground, pool and bounce pad for the kids. Even though everything is gravel, the kids didn't have any problems riding bikes and scooters. Showers and restrooms are available although we didn't use them. The tent sites look very nice with grass, picnic tables under gazebos and fencing all around. Good WIFI although it does slow somewhat at night once the park fills up. The only negative we had was the utility area at our site (35) was surrounded by railroad timbers making it difficult to maintain a downward flow to the sewer hook up. We would definitely stay here again.

  • Area Guides Avatar Pintsize
    Perfect Overnight

    Reviewed 17/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 155

    We stayed here on our way from Park City, UT to Laramie, WY. Well run and organized, comfortable site and easy access to highway. Had quite a few amenities that looked well kept.

  • Area Guides Avatar Kalvin
    Expensive for what they provide

    Reviewed 14/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $48

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: L73

    Pull throughs same price as back-ins. Back-in spots are rather small with little room to maneuver. Back-in spots do not receive cable, but pay the same price. Staff is young and very little experience. Everybody tried hard, but pricing was out of line and they need more adult supervision. WiFi is reasonable. Pretty dusty.

  • Area Guides Avatar Pintsize
    Great Overnight!

    Reviewed 27/6/2021

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 39

    Clean, well kept pull through sites. Friendly staff. It is right off the highway so easy in/out. You cannot hear much highway noise! Amenities were well kept, we did not use any since we were just there overnight.

  • Area Guides Avatar Home Away RV
    Nice sites in the middle of nowhere!

    Reviewed 29/5/2021

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    Nightly rate: $79

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 45

    This is our second stay at this KOA. It is 6 hours from Denver and 3 from Salt Lake City. The perfect spot, in otherwise bland scenery, for a night or two stay.We got site 45 which is full hookups and also has a private yard that has a pergola, table, chairs, grill and swing. Very nice after a day of travel for our girls and dogs ...moreThis is our second stay at this KOA. It is 6 hours from Denver and 3 from Salt Lake City. The perfect spot, in otherwise bland scenery, for a night or two stay.We got site 45 which is full hookups and also has a private yard that has a pergola, table, chairs, grill and swing. Very nice after a day of travel for our girls and dogs to have a safe place to run around. The sites are gravel and not super level.Nice amenities! Pool, showers, laundry, work out room, etc!T-mobile:Download 145 KbpsUpload 35 KbpsVerizon: Download 25.9 MbpsUpload 24.8 Mbps

  • Area Guides Avatar zrokids
    Maybe it was the mud

    Reviewed 28/9/2020

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    Nightly rate: $46

    Days stayed: 1

    Stayed here one night on our way to South Dakota (9/9/20). Freak, major snowstorm the day before we arrived. Still lots of snow along I-80 and still melting throughout the campground. This created lots of mud along the campground roads and even in the site as the gravel in the site was wearing thin. The hosts were nice and they had...moreStayed here one night on our way to South Dakota (9/9/20). Freak, major snowstorm the day before we arrived. Still lots of snow along I-80 and still melting throughout the campground. This created lots of mud along the campground roads and even in the site as the gravel in the site was wearing thin. The hosts were nice and they had a well-stocked camp store. This campground seems to cater to two sets of folks - those traveling through and those working in the nearby oil/gas industry. The CG was separated into an upper and lower area with the upper area appearing to be for longer term stays. It had the necessary amenities we needed for our purposes. Again, good thing we had a reservation as the place was full.

  • Area Guides Avatar Spam In A Can Colorado
    One of the Better KOA's We've Stayed In.

    Reviewed 2/9/2020

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 86

    We stopped for 1 night at this KOA on 8/30/2020. It was full service with good internet and therefore great Cell service. It was very well managed, clean and cared for. There were many long term residents and many campers. Like most KOA's there's not much privacy in a parking lot but this was a nice campground. There were many ame...moreWe stopped for 1 night at this KOA on 8/30/2020. It was full service with good internet and therefore great Cell service. It was very well managed, clean and cared for. There were many long term residents and many campers. Like most KOA's there's not much privacy in a parking lot but this was a nice campground. There were many amenities for those campers who like that sort of thing. Our site was level gravel with easy hookups for electric, water and sewer. The staff at the office was very cordial and helpful. We didn't bother to hook up the cable TV but it was available. We'd stay here again if passing through Rock Springs. The newer exit on the west end of Rock Springs is a major upgrade from the old eastern exit with many food choices, stores etc.

  • Area Guides Avatar Sheryl
    Dump water trash

    Reviewed 19/8/2020

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    We only dumped took on water and got rid of trash in between boondocking sites. $15 pull thru site quick and easy! Very friendly staff! If we ever come thru again will stay very nice park private fences at most sites. Very cool!!!

  • Area Guides Avatar nVeeGreen
    Noisy, near interstate, spotty internet

    Reviewed 5/8/2020

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 9

    Busy place in July during summer of COVID, and it’s a noisy place near Interstate 70, plus there is a pipeline storage and distribution facility next door whose automatic lights come on and off all night. The internet is spotty at best in my site, but closer to main building was better. There are no vacuum breakers on the hose bibs so ...moreBusy place in July during summer of COVID, and it’s a noisy place near Interstate 70, plus there is a pipeline storage and distribution facility next door whose automatic lights come on and off all night. The internet is spotty at best in my site, but closer to main building was better. There are no vacuum breakers on the hose bibs so beware of water cross connections. It’s a little pricey for my taste, as I’m used to boondocking but we arrived very late and I was too tired to find dispersed camping for the night. I would pass on this location next time.

  • Area Guides Avatar Mark
    Run-down, dirty, and noisy

    Reviewed 11/7/2020

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 1

    In my opinion it’s a completely unacceptable campground for any price. It’s hard to believe this campground has any positive reviews. I guess some people don’t mind paying $45 or more to park on dust and gravel, stare at oil refinery tanks, listen to traffic on I-90, and stand in line to use dirty and run-down restrooms.

  • Area Guides Avatar BenH
    Great staff

    Reviewed 9/7/2020

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    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 36

    This was a solid KOA, and the staff was awesome. Upon arrival I was offered Free cookies and some can coozies they had left over from 4th of July give-aways. Sites are level and the scenery behind the campground is pretty. Unfortunately in front of the campground is an oil depot or something to that effect. No smells or noise though. V...moreThis was a solid KOA, and the staff was awesome. Upon arrival I was offered Free cookies and some can coozies they had left over from 4th of July give-aways. Sites are level and the scenery behind the campground is pretty. Unfortunately in front of the campground is an oil depot or something to that effect. No smells or noise though. Very clean restrooms. Spots are kinda close together, but not a big deal for a night or two. There is long term in the rear of the campground. Best part about the staff here, I went into the shop looking for a replacement fuse I had blown for my truck, they didn’t have it, but one of the staff members said he had a one of his own out in his truck which he would give me, incredible!

  • Area Guides Avatar Noyesj
    Great last minute stop

    Reviewed 28/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 25

    Stopped on our way from Grand Teton to dinosaur national monument. It was a last minute decision and so worth it. Kids had a great time on the bounce pad and play ground. We all got great showers and a recharge. We had an electric and water site only. Perfect and happy they were able to accommodate us as a drive up. Nice big sites with...moreStopped on our way from Grand Teton to dinosaur national monument. It was a last minute decision and so worth it. Kids had a great time on the bounce pad and play ground. We all got great showers and a recharge. We had an electric and water site only. Perfect and happy they were able to accommodate us as a drive up. Nice big sites with fire pits, privacy, and full hookups if you need them. Definitely worth the stop.

  • Area Guides Avatar KRuiz823
    Good stop for “along the way”

    Reviewed 24/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $47

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 72

    This is a “Journey” KOA and is being rated as such. The spaces are very close together and they pull neighbors in alternating directions so that you’re facing a neighbor’s front door when you come out of yours, minimizing privacy if you want to eat or cook outdoors. There are some premium spaces with fences and patios but they were all...moreThis is a “Journey” KOA and is being rated as such. The spaces are very close together and they pull neighbors in alternating directions so that you’re facing a neighbor’s front door when you come out of yours, minimizing privacy if you want to eat or cook outdoors. There are some premium spaces with fences and patios but they were all booked. The tent sites look very private with nice grass pads. The trailer sites are all gravel and dusty, but it’s pretty standard. Easy access off the highway and we didn’t experience any noise. The back of the property is very scenic with some off-roaring and hiking trails. If you’re in partial hook ups in the front of the grounds, you’ll be abutting the petroleum factory. The community showers and restrooms seemed pretty clean and well maintained. The laundry was basic and mostly functioning (a few out of order machines), but we did our laundry with no issue. The pool is small but clean and a good temperature. Staff is friendly and the office store is stocked. The area is very nearby to the Northern end of Flaming Gorge NRA which is pretty awesome. Plenty of other things to do nearby, though the towns of Rock Springs and Green River are a little lacking. Guests are mostly transient and, though the park filled up each day, it mostly cleared out by the following morning. Very convenient along the way stop but also nice for an extra night or two to explore the area!

  • Area Guides Avatar Julie
    Upgrade - It’s worth it

    Reviewed 29/5/2020

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    When we arrived I upgraded to a site with a fire pit and we were so glad we did. It was a nice big site, level, cement patio with fire pit and Adirondack chairs. There was a fence that added privacy and didn’t make you seem like you were in a parking lot. I would have have given a better rating but as we upgraded to full hookups, we ...moreWhen we arrived I upgraded to a site with a fire pit and we were so glad we did. It was a nice big site, level, cement patio with fire pit and Adirondack chairs. There was a fence that added privacy and didn’t make you seem like you were in a parking lot. I would have have given a better rating but as we upgraded to full hookups, we could dump because the sewer system was backed up. We had to move to another location to dump. If you have dogs, the dog park is nice. The staff was welcoming and accommodating. We’d give it another go!

  • Area Guides Avatar Joe
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    Reviewed 28/7/2019

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    Nightly rate: $57

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 38

    Lots of gravel parking spots with RVs in nice neat rows. It was easy to find, park, setup and move about the park. Dog walk area was large and well cleaned. The area behind the KOA had a good hiking trail (don't know who owns the property). The petroleum tank farm in front of the KOA was disconcerting at first but no petroleum sulf...moreLots of gravel parking spots with RVs in nice neat rows. It was easy to find, park, setup and move about the park. Dog walk area was large and well cleaned. The area behind the KOA had a good hiking trail (don't know who owns the property). The petroleum tank farm in front of the KOA was disconcerting at first but no petroleum sulfur odors. The KOA was packed with High School Rodeo families. Shower and bathrooms were close and well maintained. I did have to buy a cable TV cable from the store and found the price to be reasonable and the product of good quality.

  • Area Guides Avatar EWPT
    Only good if you’re tired and need to stop

    Reviewed 12/10/2018

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    Nightly rate: $47

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 23

    Just mud everywhere. There was thankfully enough leftover gravel we did not get stuck. Site was flat. Showers were clean and hot and yes, store well stocked. But $47 is a lot to pay for stopping overnight, except when it’s the only place for many more miles post season. I guess I should give it 2 stars because the dogs did like the pet...moreJust mud everywhere. There was thankfully enough leftover gravel we did not get stuck. Site was flat. Showers were clean and hot and yes, store well stocked. But $47 is a lot to pay for stopping overnight, except when it’s the only place for many more miles post season. I guess I should give it 2 stars because the dogs did like the pet run which had nice grass, even now. I guess $47 is the franchise price, but if you don’t NEED to stop, skip this one. If you’re exhausted, it’s good enough but pricey.

  • Area Guides Avatar Hulstrom Family
    Passing through

    Reviewed 10/7/2018

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 15

    A great place to stop on your way to other places. Staff was friendly and Park was very clean. We were in a pull through site which are very close together and shared common space. Grave and dirt most of the park. It did provide a nice pool, clean bathrooms, a playground for the kids, and nice laundry facilities. A little pricey for th...moreA great place to stop on your way to other places. Staff was friendly and Park was very clean. We were in a pull through site which are very close together and shared common space. Grave and dirt most of the park. It did provide a nice pool, clean bathrooms, a playground for the kids, and nice laundry facilities. A little pricey for the area IMO.

  • Area Guides Avatar Adventurous Dog Mom

    Reviewed 4/6/2018

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    Nightly rate: $47

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 78

    RVs are packed in pretty tightly and you share a common space with your neighbor. Sites were clean but close. Nice view of the mountains to the north but you see ugly storage tanks to the south. I-80 noise was better than expected. The showers and laundry facilities were clean however four of the six washing machines were out of ord...moreRVs are packed in pretty tightly and you share a common space with your neighbor. Sites were clean but close. Nice view of the mountains to the north but you see ugly storage tanks to the south. I-80 noise was better than expected. The showers and laundry facilities were clean however four of the six washing machines were out of order. I appreciated the doggie play area. Itwas a good place to let the four-legged friends romp. I had no problem getting onto their Wi-Fi and had a strong signal

  • Area Guides Avatar MichellB
    First campsite in new AirStream

    Reviewed 24/9/2017

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    Nightly rate: $49

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 48

    We stayed in early August for two nights in our brand spanking new AirStream! Our site was 48 and we had a beautiful view of the mountains. The sunsets each night were incredible. The sites are tight but they have an awesome dog park with grass and nicely kept. We drove around the area & saw some of the Flaming Gorge Nat'l area. We w...moreWe stayed in early August for two nights in our brand spanking new AirStream! Our site was 48 and we had a beautiful view of the mountains. The sunsets each night were incredible. The sites are tight but they have an awesome dog park with grass and nicely kept. We drove around the area & saw some of the Flaming Gorge Nat'l area. We want to stay at the Firehole State park next time. This is nice campground we would stay again.

  • Area Guides Avatar Joanna
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    Reviewed 25/8/2017

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    Nightly rate: $46

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 48

    For the price of this site you would think we would get a little more space!This is a perfect campground for a quick overnight though it is pricey. Everything else said by previous reviews is correct, tight spots but you have beautiful views of the mountains out your windows (as long as the RV next to you is shorter than your wind...moreFor the price of this site you would think we would get a little more space!This is a perfect campground for a quick overnight though it is pricey. Everything else said by previous reviews is correct, tight spots but you have beautiful views of the mountains out your windows (as long as the RV next to you is shorter than your windows!)It is close to Flaming Gorge and the Wild Horse preserve so it does give you something to do in the area.Check in was smooth and quick, bathrooms ok, workout room has really old equipment but it looks like it will work.

  • Area Guides Avatar ketah777
    Good stop-over for 1 night but wouldn't want to stay any longer

    Reviewed 20/7/2016

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    Nightly rate: $51

    Days stayed: 1

    This was a convenient stop-over for one night on our way from CO to Grand Tetons. The sites were too close together and the way they have you park at an opposite direction of your neighbor means you share an outdoor seating area which can be awkward. The worst part is they charge extra for kids. Hotels do not charge extra for us to hav...moreThis was a convenient stop-over for one night on our way from CO to Grand Tetons. The sites were too close together and the way they have you park at an opposite direction of your neighbor means you share an outdoor seating area which can be awkward. The worst part is they charge extra for kids. Hotels do not charge extra for us to have our 2 kids in the room with us. I don't understand why some campgrounds charge extra for our kids to stay in our RV. That is not family-friendly at all. I am really starting to dislike KOAs because they are already overpriced to begin with and then the "kid tax" just makes it ridiculous. There are many more true family friendly campgrounds out there, especially state parks that are a fraction of the price.

  • Area Guides Avatar AlVie AlBums
    Open all year

    Reviewed 26/3/2016

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 1

    We stayed here to get off the road in a March snowstorm. They have 10 sites or so that are open all year with water hookup, so it's a good stopover. Even if the water hose freezes! Bathrooms were clean.

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    Nicely kept KOA

    Reviewed 10/3/2015

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 4

    Rock Springs is High Desert in WY. The KOA has managed for the wind that is always there. The pull thru spots are nice. The dog run and areas around the KOA to walk your dog are wonderful. We had lots of good walks.I was visiting Rock Springs for significant amounts of time during the last two summers and was treated wonderfully b...moreRock Springs is High Desert in WY. The KOA has managed for the wind that is always there. The pull thru spots are nice. The dog run and areas around the KOA to walk your dog are wonderful. We had lots of good walks.I was visiting Rock Springs for significant amounts of time during the last two summers and was treated wonderfully by the staff and owner. I look forward to going back there again.The only improvement could be in WIFI that is easier to access and without data limits but I still managed to watch a few TV shows online that were not available on the cable TV.

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