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The KOA is smack on the highway (like most KOA's), and in this case that is a very noisy location. We rented a cabin (a socalled deluxe cabin). The luxury was formed by the shower, the toilet and a minifridge. The mattress of the queensize...More
Response from Suzanne G, Owner at Hot Springs KOAResponded 1 week ago
We are very disheartened by terrible reviews, as we genuinely want our guests to have a wonderful time and we work extremely hard to ensure this is the case. We receive continuous compliments about our deluxe cabins and about how quiet our campground is. We...More
We spent two nights here. The campsites have large gravel pads which I later found out was for the tent. Not somewhere I would want to sleep all night. But, its a quiet area with several amenities. Its also very close to tourist attractions.
We stayed three nights here on our way back east from the west coast. The sites are gravel, not great, not necessarily level, but OK. Breakfast is served daily in their outdoor cafe, and it was hot and delicious, fresh and affordable - all you...More
We stayed this month in 4 different KOA campgrounds. The location in Hot Springs is great for excursions in the Black Hills, Mt Rushmore, Crazy Horse (Badlands, which we did not do) and the Hot Springs attractions :Mammoth Excavation and Wildhorse Sanctuary. The hosts and...More
First off, this is a decent KOA. We had an ok gravel site, with full hook-ups. Some shade as the park sits in a pine tree forested area, and a fire pit (fire ban in place), with the main negative being the amount of space...More