At this KOA, you can take a lazy canoe ride under a bright canopy of leaves. There's great fishing in the creek too! Meander along winding paths through extensive, lush rock gardens. Relax in the gazebo surrounded by flowers and herbs. Enjoy mini golf, a playground, an outdoor theater, game room, swimming pool and oversized chess and checkers. Participate in themed weekends during the summer. Check out the Haunted House in October, a chilling experience. On weekends, stop by KOA's nostalgic Remember When Diner. Enjoy hamburgers and fries, pizza or a crab cake dinner, as well as a full breakfast menu. Indulge in the soda fountain's old-fashioned malts, shakes and floats. With this KOA as your home base, visit Antietam, Gettysburg and Harpers Ferry battlegrounds. It's a great place for Scouts, church groups and family reunions.
I'll give them credit for opening early in the season, and for the quiet location, but the place is a muddy mess when it rains. The septic system is the quest I've seen at any campground, basically just a hole flush to the ground with a loose cap on it. I can see where it could have some redeeming qualities when it was manicured, or even cleaned up a bit. But KOA, you can do a lot better. Clean your act up.
Beautiful campgrounds situated near a creek. The campgrounds have a homey feel and were decorated nicely for fall & Halloween. The staff & hosts were incredibly nice & helpful. The restrooms & showers were the cleanest I've seen. The sites were very nice and equipped with an upgraded firepit with a swivel grill for cooking instead of the standard ring or rocks. I only stayed one night due to traveling through but would love to go back & stay again
Love love love this campground. Activities for the kids, diner with a great breakfast selection and subs and pizza for dinner. Very clean facilities. Great staff. Delivery of wood or ice to your site. You can get a site along the creek where you can tube or kayak (they rent them out here)! Close to Antitiem battlefield, vineyards, antiques or even DC (1 hour). At Halloween they have a great haunted house.
We have stayed in the camping cabins here multiple times. We love the animals and activities for the kids. Fall is the best at this campground with the trick or treating and haunted house.
This campground is a wonderful place to stay. Everyone is very friendly and they have a lot to keep the kids busy.
a petite campground in a lovely setting. my kids were obsessed with the goats and the little mining table. the staff felt like family.
My biggest complaint about this campground is how close the sites were together. They packed a lot of sites into a small area and it shows. The campground was maintained well and easy to access. I wouldn't want to stay here for a long period of time, but for a quick weekend away with the family, it was decent.
Small campground with not many amenities.
Have visited this KOA several times, as a cabin renter, tent camper, and single day-entry user. It's not bad, but pretty small, cramped, and "tired"-looking. Definitely has a down-home feel, with the same high pricing as other KOAs, but not as many amenities. Maybe that's not the right word; I should say "smaller" amenities (smaller pool and playground, less bath houses, not as many activities offered). The creek backing up to the campground is very pretty, as is the landscaping throughout the property. However, the roads are very windy and narrow, and I can't imagine trying to maneuver a large RV in there.
Overall, although it's a pretty decent campground, it could use a facelift, and I feel it has most of the cons of a KOA (tight spacing, noise, and high price) with few of the pros (i.e., nicer amenities) that those who book KOAs usually expect.