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Sioux Falls KOA
1401 East Robur Drive
Sioux Falls, SD
'1.800.562.9865 or '1.605.332.9987
September 5-6-7, 2016

These comments are just the experience of the two RV Gypsies and do not make the campground good or bad in general.

When the two RV Gypsies checked in at the Sioux Falls KOA, they were told that they reserved a site too small for their RV and toad. Yet, Lee had stated that he had a 40-foot RV and was towing. When Lee asked if there was someplace else to park the toad, the lady made a face, shook her head and said no. So Lee then asked if they could get a bigger site and the lady begrudgingly made the change in the computer.

The two RV Gypsies got a full hook-up 50 amp site that fit their RV and toad. They noticed many big sites unoccupied when they check-in, as they stayed there, and when they left, so they don't understand what the problem was at check-in time.

Spade's RV Center was right next door to the campground, which was a good thing because Lee had to buy a new motor for the RV stairs.

Sioux Falls KOA entrance

Spades RV Center

As in most KOA's and other campground, the roads were only paved up to the office, then they became dirt/gravel roads. The sites were mostly gravel with the standard patch of grass and a picnic table.

The KOA had good cable TV with a lot of channels. Their Wi-Fi was unsecured but worked fairly fast. Laundry was open 24 hours, and there was a pool, but the two RV Gypsies did not use either one, or anything at the KOA other than their own site. Most standard KOA campground rules applied. Check-out time was 11 a.m.

KOA office
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