I'll rough it but give me my wi-fi A review of Devils Tower KOA
Since I am not a camper, I don't feel comfortable reviewing a campground; I will address the things I experienced in our one night there. The location was amazing, as it was practically in the shadow of devils tower Our cabin was smaller than I anticipated but it was a standard KOA camper cabin. The staff were very helpful and pleasant. The problem we had which led to our checking out a day early is the absence of an internet connection. There is a sign above the office that says "Free wi-fi" but when we were unable to connect, the response was that a connection is available only sporadically in the front office. We made the reservation based on the information given on the KOA website and were very disappointed that we couldn't do the things we had planned. We stayed one night, found a motel, and are catching up on some business. My biggest issue is that you shouldn't say you provide something when you don't.