The KOA is next to the highway we didn't hear anyone in our area mention anything about highway noise from US40. We stayed for the weekend in a deluxe campsite. Some of the other sites are closer together, they only allow one tent per site for 6 people, but we really enjoyed site 135 since it was alittle bigger. It was second to the last campsite along the river and was the only site that had an opening into the river. Not that you really wanted to go into the water, way too cold still from the snow run off. Also, running faster than I've seen in the past, but still nice to be able to walk over and rinse your hands off.
Since I was last at this campground they have made a few changes. Bathrooms have been totally redone. Grounds, pool and overall facilities are excellent. They have mini golf for the kids nothing fancy but something for them to do. In front of our site they had a horse shoe pit and a big open space, we brought corn hole to play with friends and plenty of room to do that.
We saw a lot of people come by fishing and paddle boarding, braver than we are! Steamboat is a gem of a mountain town. Off the hook hiking, kayaking, skiing and mountain biking.
Fish Creek falls short hike in from the park entrance. Small fee to enter $5 per vehicle, but worth it.
Has anyone else gone camping up in Steamboat? Where do you like to stay? Any must see hikes or events we should see?