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4 / 5 (18 votos )

Steamboat Springs KOA

3603 Lincoln Ave
80487, Steamboat Springs
Colorado, Estados Unidos

WELCOME TO THE STEAMBOAT SPRINGS KOA! Located in northwest Colorado between Rocky Mountain National Park and Yellowstone, you will find the Yampa Valley, where the Steamboat Springs KOA is waiting to become your favorite vacation destination. We are close to downtown Steamboat Springs. Take the free bus, from the KOA, to where you will enjoy unique galleries, a pioneer museum, fine dining, and plenty of shopping. Oh by the way, we are located minutes from Steamboat Ski Resort and area natural hot springs! Make sure to checkout the extensive schedule of activities and events in the Steamboat Springs area including: Winter Carnival,Steamboat Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K, Mustang Roundup, Cowboys' Roundup Days, Hot Air Balloon Rodeo,Steamboat All Arts Festival,Wild West Air Fest, and Steamboat OktoberWest Enjoy our heated swimming pool, mini golf, bicycle rentals, volleyball court, horseshoe pits, and more. Float the Yampa River, cruise your bike down the city bike path, or enjoy the many outdoor activities Steamboat Springs and surrounding mountains have to offer including hiking, and world class downhill mountain biking.

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Autocaravanas
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Instalação de Serviços
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ligação de TV
Wi-Fi
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Recreação
Parque infantil
Nadar em água natural
Piscina Exterior
Área do Minigolfe
Campo de golfe
Aluguer de barcos
Aluguer de Bicicletas
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Anónimo
Inglês (US)
You pay top dollar to park on what equates to a half-dead lawn. i have water, but i needed over 50 feet of hose to reach the faucet that im sharing with three sites. pet fee $5/pet per day. very small sites and very smokey from campfires. nothing good to say about the place but location.
3 semanas ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
The park itself is a fairly standard KOA - there are a fair amount of trees and shade but little ground vegetation and not much separation between sites. Gravel and patches of grass here and there. We had a back-in full hookup site - it was fairly tight. But what made up for the somewhat lackluster surroundings was: - Friendly and efficient staff. It was a very quick check-in and setup. - Right on the free bus line into town - in fact the covered stop is in the park itself. No need to drive into town. - Actually decent WiFi with standard logon - not the web page/form based pain in the rear. - Excellent cable TV - all stations available in HD, including Denver network affiliates. - Year-round (like most KOAs). I add this because in Colorado, all NFS campgrounds shut down at the end of the season and this is the rare campground so close to a mountain ski town that is open in the winter. It is entirely feasible to use this as a ski camp in the winter and just rely in the STS bus service once you settle in. It is just 3 miles to old town. I don't know of an equivalent setup anywhere else in the state. One negative is the early check-in/out fees - I bet they make a bundle of $25 fees for check-in before 2pm or check-out after 11am. Priced exactly at the point where you grumble but pay it.
1 mês ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
We enjoyed our week-long stay in this beautifully maintained park. Check-in was efficient and staff is friendly. We were guided to our site, #71, a pull-through which is in the older section of the park. The site was grassy with a concrete patio, nice picnic table set with Adirondack style chairs, and mature trees for shade. The only negative for us is that the pull-throughs in that section are arranged nose to tail where you and your neighbor on the door side each have patios in a common seating area. No issues with utilities or getting level. Interior roads are well maintained and easy to navigate. Good phone and WiFi signal. There is some road noise in this section of the park during the day, but it dies down at night. The newer section of the park has much larger pull-through sites which are not nose to tail, it is further from the road, but has no shade. Dog-friendly with a fenced dog park and the workers offer dog cookies from their golf carts. We would return to this park if in the area.
1 mês ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
Probably my least favorite KOA. Definitely NOT big rig friendly. We were in 2 different sites the paved area is very narrow and very short - just barely fit our rig. 1. The nickel and diming - $10/day extra for a second car and $5/day for a dog - plus tax. We were there 2 weeks so that added up quickly. What bothered me most is they don't put that on their website and even though they made us pay for the extra car they admitted they had no place for us to park it. 2. The pull-through sites in the older section are buddy sites and super small, so as soon as you walk out of your RV, you're greeted by your neighbors trying to enjoy their breakfast/dinner/quiet time. 3. The sap that fell from the trees was ridiculous. My husband rinsed both cars, RV and outside furniture every day just to try to keep things somewhat presentable but the ground was so sticky that everything stuck to your feet and you dragged it in with you. 4. Even though we had a pull-through site, we had to back out when we left because everyone is crammed in so tightly that between the pick-ups across their sites and the trees we were not able to pull out. 5. Good water pressure as long as the neighbors aren't taking a shower at the same time, then it's the same as having someone in the rig washing dishes while you shower. 6. Our slides broke, we asked if they had any info on a tech that would help. I was handed a business card and told he's the only person they will allow in the campground and he's booked up for months. These sites are quite pricey so to have zero room to put out a lounger or enjoy outdoor time without strangers right there is not something I'm interested in. Excellent location and very friendly staff though.
1 mês ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
Been here before and will return again. The Staff is very friendly and professional and will help you with anything during your stay. Bathrooms and laundry room are very clean. Bears are in the area so don’t leave your “trash “ outside your rig or vehicle. Sites are well maintained and hookups well placed for your rig.
1 mês ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
This is my second time here and this time I really enjoyed it. Here are the reasons why: - I had a back in site which had more privacy - My site had grass (we don't like concrete pads) - I had a tree which provided much needed shade The cons of this place: - The site are extremely close - You have to accept there is road noise - They seem to charge more because of the proximity to town - in fairness, it's worth it
1 mês ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
I guess I need to start looking at satellite photos of the KOAs we book at, because we always seem to get stuck in one without any shade. That was the case at the Steamboat Springs KOA. We were on an end in the “old” section of the park and it was rather plain. I walked over to the “new” area over the Yampa River, but it seems like it is even more cramped and has less trees. Really not too much to say about this campground. It was OK for a night; light sleepers will find the road noise from Highway 40 objectionable if they’re stuck in the old section of the park.
1 mês ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
Very clean and excellently maintained RV sites and Cabins. Lots for kids to do. Weather best June through September. Excellent wifi was much appreciated. Super friendly staff. Check activity calendar for town for lots to do. Choose a site away from highway or else you will have significant road noise. This is the opposite of remote or back country so embrace convenience to enjoy your stay.
3 meses ás

Ribboy58
Inglês (US)
This park is a KOA. What else can I say? With that, many of you already know that they have a variety of lodging options and many things to do for families. For me, the thing that sets one KOA apart from another is how we are treated and how the park is maintained. The staff here is great. They are welcoming and very helpful. The park is well maintained and it has a good stand of trees. Spots are mostly gravel with the interior roads paved. The park is about 2 miles west of town so it’s easy to get where you need to go. Power was good, water was good and sewer ports were convenient. Sites are close to one another but not horrible. The pull throughs are offset so you don’t feel as much like you are staring into someone else’s space. One of the best things about this KOA is that they have just overhauled and installed a modern Wi-Fi system. The staff told me when we checked in that it is truly high speed and works great so feel free to stream anything we want. More parks need to be willing to invest in this type of amenity. The biggest negative about this park is that they charge $5 a day for a dog. So for a week it’s an extra $35. Not sure why they feel the need to do this. My dog doesn’t use any utilities. He doesn’t sleep in a cabin. He doesn’t swim in their pool or play on their swings. Sadly, we are seeing more RV parks do this and I think it’s simply another way for parks to make extra money.
1 ano ás

TrailRider303
Inglês (US)
Pros: hot showers, laundry and general store on-site, decently spaced sites, great service. They recently installed mini-5G towers throughout the camp so WiFi was fast and reliable (except for one day). Cons: LOUD next to the highway with big rigs/trucks constantly passing by, bit of a walk to facilities if parked on far side since there's only one set of bathrooms/showers.
1 ano ás

guywire
Inglês (US)
From the moment we came the staff were very friendly. The kids enjoyed the playground and I enjoyed the mini golf. Water and power worked well, cable tv seemed to have issues but I may have had a bad cable. There's enough room between sites on the river side.
1 ano ás

Awayweget
Inglês (US)
Two previous KOA stays were a bust so this one delivered. Great location near bike trail to town, town has free shuttle bus that takes you right from campground , lots of Activities and friendly staff. Only downside is sites are fairly small and all dirt but overall great place
1 ano ás

Artlac
Inglês (US)
This is a mediocre RV campground at best. Nestled between the Yampa river and highway US40. We had one of the 4-5 RV sites on the river (water/electric only). Staff was professional, facilities were clean. The majority of the RV sites (westside) were extremely close to each other. There is a huge, nice tent camping area. The campsites are dirt. They exist and get away with high prices due to limited RV camping options around Steamboat Springs. If you like BBQ eat at Moe's Original BBQ just east on US40, fair prices and nice size servings.
2 anos ás

Teddi & Roger
Inglês (US)
We loved Steamboat Springs and the KOA has several amenities that make it a worthwhile choice. Sites are typical of most KOA/private RV parks with a mix of FHU, W/E only and primitive. We were in a water/30 amp electric site which put us a little closer to the river but it still ran $49/night. Each site had a picnic table and fire ring. Bathrooms and showers are on a security code, we didn’t use either so I can’t comment. We did use the laundry, 4 washers/6 dryers and everything was clean and working. There is a huge primitive camping area across the bridge with 40 sites. The brochure says these are tent sites, but we did see some small RV’s parked in that area. I really liked the shuttle service to town from the campground. The bus runs from around 7am to 11pm so keep that in mind if you choose a site near the pick-up area. The lovely Yampa River runs right through the campground and there are places where puppy boy could access the water and have some play time. There’s a small, fenced off-leash dog area too. The camp store was a cut above many I’ve visited with a nice mix of food, gifts, and RV accessories. Free mini-golf course too! Staff were friendly and overall did an excellent job keeping the campground clean and well maintained. Note: call ahead if you are traveling with pets as they do have breed restrictions. We enjoyed Steamboat Springs, a nice town to walkabout and we biked the Yampa River Trail. Don’t miss the brews at Storm Peak Brewing Company which is dog-friendly! We had 3 bars of Verizon 4G.
3 anos ás

Jakki&Ron
Inglês (US)
Wifi: Verizon - 5.4 down, 3.8 up / ATT - 11.5 down, 4.6 up Cost: $49/night Noise: Minimal, but Ron was snoring so maybe more. The Steamboat Springs KOA is on the outskirts of the aforementioned city, right along a gorgeous river. As with every KOA we have stayed at, the hosts were friendly and helpful, and the site was just fine (a pull through at the end of a street). At a 5 minute ride to downtown, everything you needed was readily available to you (they even had a bus that went downtown!) while you still felt a little in the wilderness. The only downside (aside from the atrociously slow wifi) was that the bath houses were tiny. For a giant campground, they only had one facility. There were maybe 5 each of showers and bathroom stalls per gender. We never ran into an issue of overcrowding or not being able to use the facilities when we wanted, but that could easily be an issue if they were at full capacity. Rating: I’d go back!
3 anos ás

Exploring Southern Nevada
Inglês (US)
We arrived to Steamboat Springs with no reservation. KOA said they'd open boondocking area at 2PM, so when we showed up we were lucky to find out they had a full hookup site just become available, so we snagged it. We loved Steamboat Springs so much we stayed a second night, but moved to a river site that opened up. The river site is where it's at! We had fun looking for crawdads and watching fishermen and kayakers come down the river. The city has a free bus that stops at KOA and takes you straight into town - it's AWESOME and clean and definitely utilize it while you're there. Storm Peak Brewing in town is dog friendly inside & out in case you're traveling with furry friends. Free minigolf at the campground, too! Lots of employees keep the grounds very clean and are quite helpful with anything you need. It's a very well-oiled machine there. Would absolutely go back. Couldn't get the wifi to work but there was so much to do I wasn't too worried about it. They offer a military discount that saves 10%, too!
3 anos ás

Dancing Duo
Inglês (US)
Pros: Location....close to town, on the Yampa River, shuttle every 30 mins Stuff to do....pool, mini-golf, playground, rent 3-wheelers Delivery Service....firewood, s'more fixin's Small store with basic goods Wifi (sluggish) laundry, clean bathrooms Small, fenced dag park Cons: Nightly fee was on the steep side IMO Sites close together EVERYTHING was an extra charge While the bathrooms/showers were clean there are not enough of them. Only 4 toilets in the main building.....but 5 showers??? I believe there were a couple pit toilets on the tent side of the river but that was for 91 sites!! If you figure at least 2-3 people per tent, it was pretty lame. Worst of all was on a Saturday afternoon @ 4:15 when folks are getting ready for dinner, they decided to clean the bathrooms AND showers! The line got VERY long as folks waited 30+ mins! Couldn't even use a sink......bad planning on their part.
3 anos ás