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Snake River Park KOA and Cabin Village
Mikejack52pe from: Rio Rancho, New Mexico
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 28, 2018 Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018 Rating: 2
Very expensive for a KOA Kampground
We could not locate a RV park near Jackson on short notice, so we stayed here even though it was very expensive (over $100 a night) for a KOA. Very cramped RV sites, all are back-in. One building has combined showers and restrooms whereas the office has showers separate from restrooms. Both are rated below average. Interesting paintings featuring bears on the walls of the restrooms.
Pros: Close to Jackson which has plenty of gas stations and supermarkets. The A-OK Corral Ranch is right across the street (horseback riding).
Cons: More cabins then RV sites. Price is double other KOAs that have superior sites and restroom/showers. Unless you have a very long (about 25') sewage line you will not be able to connect to their sewage system.
- Rooms: 1
- Sleep Quality: 3
- Service: 2
12Kodiak from: Houston, Texas
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Sep, 28, 2018 Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018 Rating: 1
DO NOT STAY HERE
The Manager Kate is the worst. We were on our way to the Tetons when my husband, myself and my 80 year old mother-in-law broke down in Casper, WY. I kept in contact with the KOA and let them know that I would not be able to get there the first night on 9/16/2018. They said it was fine. This is a Sunday the dealership was not open and we had to wait until Monday to get it seen and ended up staying Monday night as well and again let the KOA know. They said fine. We managed to get there on Tuesday around 8:30 pm. Went in and asked the Manager Kate who did not come in until after 11:00 am. She said she was aware of our situation but she was going to charge us for Sunday and Monday anyway and she did. I asked her to do the right thing and not charge us because we were stranded in Casper, WY She said I should have cancelled, but had I cancelled we Your review will be posted publicly on the web. Learn more would have had no where to stay for the remaining 3 nights. As I said I had a 80 year old with me. That made no since. She would not budge and had no concerns for our situation. Kate said I could have rented that spot. My husband was out walking our dog at 4 in the morning that place was about 1/2 full. Greedy!!! pure and simple. $216/night NOT WORTH IT!!!!
- Value: 1
- Location: 1
- Service: 1
Jillpill78260 from: Casey, Illinois
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 16, 2018 Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2018 Rating: 2
Snake River RV Park
I have never had to share a site with another camper! We shared a site with a class A RV . I asked to be moved to another site and they said that was all that was available . In other words take it or leave it. My husband booked a site far in advance!! The only good thing about this place is they gave us a stuffed snake for which my granddaughter loved.
carolmarie1966 from: Auckland, New Zealand
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Sep, 14, 2018 Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018 Rating: 3
We have stayed at a number of KOA's on our most recent trip around US and Canada and by far, this is the most expensive KOA we have stayed at to date. For the amount that is charged (more than $100 per night for our RV) the value for money is poor. The park is about 12 miles south of Jackson town. If the park was in Jackson itself or even within 3-4 miles, then they could justify the amount charged. The RV sites are very narrow - our RV is 30ft long and we fill up most of the site. The shower and toilet facilities are used by both men and women - this is the first KOA I have encountered that do this. I prefer separate facilities for the men and women. The shower itself had great pressure and worked really well - but the shower room was well in need of a renovation - poor paintwork, and pretty drab - just a plastic chair to put your things on a a couple of hooks for clothing and towel. The toilet facilities are also in need of renovation. The wi-fi in the park is bad - but if you use the rec-room, which is actually a good set up, the wi-fi works well. The only problem with relying on the red-room for your wi-fi is that it opens at 8am and closes at 7pm so you are out of luck if you want to do anything on-line outside of these times. The laundry facilities are ok - $2 for a wash and $2 for a dry - not the most up-to-date machines but they worked ok. The positives - staff are friendly and helpful. I've given this a rating of 3/5 and that is probably on the generous side. If they had a 2.5/5 option, that is what I would have selected. A more realistic price for this particular KOA should have been about $65 per night.
HPYTRLS42 from: Haverhill, Massachusetts
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Aug, 26, 2018 Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2018 Rating: 2
Way over rated for RV experience!!!
Shocked at price of >$100.00 for this mediocre Park with RV’s nearly on top of one another; area for tenting is directly on the Snake river but otherwise NO VIEW for anyone else; NOT THAT CLOSE TO JACKSON WY; EXTREMELY POOR WIFI; presumably rec some award but for what we can’t fathom!! Koa’s are usually reliably good( we have probably stayed at at least 20 other koa’s all over the country) but we feel cheated on this one!!Don’t pay this unless it is your last resort for RV’s! No green space either.
Cabins on site look nice from the outside; did not see the inside.