While we tend to frequent KOA’s with some regularity and mostly enjoy our stay, we both agree that this KOA ranks lower on the scale than most.
The sharply curved entrance to the KOA was a dirt road filled with pot holes making it difficult for rigs of any size to maneuver. This road condition persisted throughout the entire campground and the dust was significant. The sites were exceptionally close to one another, without much grass and with minimal privacy. Gravel was throughout the campground and served as a base at the campsites. Some sites offered cement patios with patio furniture and there were fire pits at each site.
WiFi was very good (we could stream easily) as was the over the air TV. In the camp store, they had a pizza store which they delivered to your campsite. They have a small pool which was closed for the season. They also offered a dog park at the front of the campground.
We did not have opportunity to check out the bathrooms or laundry area.
The campground location was good – it took about 30 minutes to downtown Omaha and there were stores and restaurants in close proximity. There was an outlet mall about 5 minutes from the campground. There was considerable highway noise.
Sorry, but we did not take any pictures while we were there. Overall, we give this campground a 6 out of 10.