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 Duquette 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 checked-in,
plus the whole time they stayed there, and even when they left, so they
do NOT 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 Duquette had to buy a new motor for the RV
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.