“relax and unwind among nature”
In its early days, Laramie was a rip-roaring railroad town. Today, the University of Wyoming's Western pride shines forth in this small town surrounded by beautiful mountains. Laramie KOA is easily accessible from I-80, and it has more than 100 RV full-hookup/pull thru sites with 30/50-amp service (water restrictions in the winter - please call for details). The campground also offers cozy one- and two-room Cabins, Deluxe Tent sites and a grassy tent area - all with picnic tables and charcoal grills. Other amenities include a recreation center (open late spring - fall, weather permitting), an off-leash K9 area, a laundry room, cable TV and Wi-Fi. Local attractions include the Wyoming Territorial Prison, Lincoln Monument, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming, Historic Ivinson Mansion and the Ames Monument. Check out historic downtown Laramie for shopping and dining. This KOA is a great stop on your "journey." Max pull thru: 85 feet.
Narrow sites & I-80 traffic road noise
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 ~ 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.
Very nice, clean showers, friendly people
This park paralleled I-80, a little too close for me because of the road noise. The dog park was better placed than most RV Parks, more central located which is a plus. On our second day at this site it rained so hard that several sites were flooded, making it very muddy to walk around since the sites are all on gravel roads. Overall it as a pleasant stay, nice KOA staff to work with.
Worst KOA ever - First one in 3 years of FT travel that I would not recommend or stay at again. Very narrow sites; picnic table literally beneath neighbors window. Plus, in our "yard" is TV hook-up, a pole, some electrical box and the sites are in sore need of some TLC. A lot of cigarette butts seen while walking dog. Yes, staff are nice, bathrooms/laundry (dated) but clean but definitely not worth the $$$
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