KOA Rock Springs

About KOA Rock Springs

KOA Rock Springs located in Rock Springs Wyoming is a journey park as defined by KOA standards. It’s located just off I-80 making it super convenient for anyone traveling through southern Wyoming who needs a break. If you are heading eastbound on I-80 you will get off at exit 99. If you are heading westbound on I-80 you will exit at 102. We have stayed here on 2 separate occasions and found it to be an excellent place to rest.

Checking In

After pulling into the campground from Foothill Blvd you will pull up directly in front of the office. The check-in process was a typical KOA check-in, smooth and easy. We did have reservations on both occasions.

The Office Building

The building that houses the office also is home to the restrooms/showers (east side) and the laundry facilities (rear of building). The pool is located on the west side of the building and is open seasonably from 5/24-9/2. You can also purchase firewood and get your propane tanks filled here.

Park Layout

KOA Rock Springs Site Map

Picture the park as a big square with the office in the middle of the second row. One thing to keep in mind with this park is that every site in the first 4 rows is a “buddy” site. If you are not sure what that means it’s when each site pulls in from the opposite direction. This means your front door and your neighbor’s front door open up to each other.

The West Side

Along the west side of the park alongside the RV row sites are the tent sites. There are 10 sites with 4 of those being deluxe sites. The other 6 have water and electricity.

The Rear Section

So far we have covered the main section of this park. The back section of this park is long-term RV sites. I am not sure why exactly you would be there in the winter because it’s freezing!!!…lol. There is a separate building with bathrooms/showers. To the west side of this building is a playground area, horseshoe pits, and basketball courts. One thing to note about the long-term section is that they are normal back-in sites and not buddy sites.

Cabins

The west side in the back of the park is made up of cabins. There are about 11 cabins total with 5 of them being deluxe cabins. On the opposite end of the park (the east side) houses the fenced-in dog park, the dump station, and the dumpster.

Date Of Stay: 4/20/21-4/21/21 & 10/29/21-10/30/21
Site #: 34
Cost: $48.17 W/KOA Value Card Discount (Per Night)

Our Review Summary

KOA Rock Springs

Overall Appearance
Big Rig Friendly
Restrooms/Showers
Staff Friendliness
Road Conditions
Site Size/Condition

Final Thoughts

Although this RV park is near the interstate we did not find it to be loud. It was a great stop for resting. It’s a good park for one night but not for multiple nights. The one thing we were not thrilled about is all the RV sites are “buddy” sites. That being said if we were on Interstate 80 and needed a spot to pull in for the night we would definitely stay here again.

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Pros

  • 30 & 50 Amp Full Hook-Up Pull-Through Sites
  • Cabins Available
  • Tent Sites Available
  • Cable Available In Full Hook-Up Sites & Deluxe Cabins
  • Laundry Facilities
  • K-9 Park
  • Propane Refills Available ($)
  • Playground
  • Pool (Seasonal)
  • Horseshoe Pits
  • Basketball Court
  • Small Exercise Room
  • Good Verizon Signal
  • Long Term Sites Available

Cons

  • Most Daily Sites Are Buddy Sites
  • Dirt Roads (Muddy in Rain)
  • Wifi Spotty

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