Beautiful spot for our single overnight. Staff were great; friendly and helpful. Park was well kept, with lots of green around RV and tent sites. Nice pool, dog park, store, and even a stream system that wanders through the park (no swimming in the stream). Also close to Starved Rock State Park for some neat scenery and hiking. The only downside side is that some of the RV sites are a little close together - didn’t impact our stay though. Two thumbs up! :)
You can't go wrong with KOA. Great one night stopover. Sites very close together; no privacy, but no surprises, either.
very nice and quiet. we were there for only 1 night. pool was very nice. staff was friendly and helpful. would come back.
This campground is fun because it is the only one in the area with a pool. A creek runs through it so you have to check for flooding. Close to all the state parks.
This is one of the first campsites my family began using. Heaven for tenters as you can be in the larger groups or some very secluded areas as well. RV/Trailers are a little tight on space but we tend to be away from the site when we are there. There are a couple really fantastic State Parks in the area and we tend to spend most of our time on the trails. Bathrooms are consistent with what you expect from a KOA, with a nice store and nice employees.
Nice little campground. If you want full hook up you will need to be on the top loop of the campground. The lower loop has a cream running through it. Depending on ran this can cause flooding. I have never been here when it is busy but I can imagine it can get crowded. The showers are clean and updated and the store is stocked with basic supplies.