For KOA Journey Holbrook: Fairly nice RV park with easy access on and off I-40. Obviously, this place serves as an overnight stop for east/west interstate travelers as most arrived in the afternoon and were packing to leave at first light. Smooth and fast check-in. Park is basically a gravel parking lot, minimum space between sites but can accommodate the largest of rigs. Bathhouse was older but very clean and tidy. Laundry was more expensive than most we encounter. Does have a fenced dog run, but if your dog likes longer walks, your stuck to the gravel perimeter. CG Wifi was very slow, rendering it basically useless, so we used our personal hotspot which had 3 bars of solid 4G reception. They do have a nice cowboy BBQ each evening for burgers and the like. Offers military discount, which was very nice (thanks). Served our purpose for a quick stop in transit to our next destination
Posted Oct 10, 2018 by RambleOn from . This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
For KOA Journey Holbrook: Second time we stayed here. I love the pool. . This yearDriving through it’s hotter though.Love the breakfast. We have a 20 foot travel trailer.
Posted Sep 17, 2018 by Jay edmonds from San Diego . This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
For KOA Journey Holbrook: If you like 24/7 interstate hwy traffic noise and almost hourly train whistles less than a mile away then this is the place to stay. Management warm and friendly with tasty chuck-wagon-like breakfasts and dinners. Site very tight and all gravel.
Posted Apr 29, 2018 by Tom Saunders from NC. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
For KOA Journey Holbrook: There aren't many places to camp around Holbrook, so this is probably the best bet. It was fine for a quick one night layover. We would stay here again.
Posted Apr 23, 2018 by Marcia from New Mexico. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
For KOA Journey Holbrook: I've stayed at this KOA (regular koa camper while on the road) twice and have been happy both times. I travel in a teardrop trailer so the spaces are way more than adequate. Facilities have always been clean and the staff had always been really nice. It's also nice that they sell hot food in the morning and in the evening. Would highly recommend this koa.
Posted May 04, 2017 by Vegas Rich from Las Vegas. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
For KOA Journey Holbrook: We camp in tents and we're pleasantly surprised to find grass to set our tent up on! They're reseeding many of the tent areas so not much was available. Sites available are at the very back of the campgrounds, closest to the interstate and basically without wifi. All of this should improve as the grass comes in. Tents sites are small. Petrified toast was good, but I'm sure it has a million calories so you should share a piece with a couple other of people.
Posted Sep 23, 2016 by Bicycle mom from NE. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
For KOA Journey Holbrook: Bad experience Asked for full hookup for 38' travel trailer with 3 slides, full size pickup, & with no cable (we have satellite). Space too small couldn't open slides due to electric in way. Tried backing up but would be blocking whole road plus row space behind us would block them in too. Tried to pull forward with same issue. Office was very busy only 1 person on duty she gave another space with no sewer & big tree so no satellite. Paid $48 for full hookup, no refund for down graded site Dump station filthy Inch of slime on cement pad etc. No more KOA's for us
Posted Jun 18, 2016 by Lbs from Wellton. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.