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Fires Allowed
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About Coloma / St. Joseph KOA
Fee Info
Adults 18+, Kids 5-17, Free 0-4
Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Coloma / St. Joseph KOA is located in Michigan
42.1767 N
-86.3685 W
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10 Reviews of Coloma / St. Joseph KOA
Lots of fun in a small campground

Very clean and well-kept park. Lots of fun activities on the weekends for the kids and FREE! They have movie nights, we met Disney characters, did crafts, and enjoyed the barrel train & ice cream sundaes. The actual spots aren’t huge, but since the campground is smaller that wasn’t a shock. It was small enough for our kids to ride bikes around alone and they frequented the park, which we could see from our site. Jumping pillow & mini golf were also a hit. The showers were very clean & had good pressure & hot water. My main gripe was the pool. No steps to walk in so it was very hard for our 2 smallest kids to use it. Not a problem for older kids who can swim, but disappointing for smaller kids. *my husband went with a broken leg and got around there just fine thanks to it being such a small park.

Most expensive KOA

Our site was horrid- a full hook up with a fire pit in the mud pond. We had mosquito soup for the rear of our very small campsite. It was a very expensive glorified parking spot, and the tiny pool was packed. There were a ton of kids getting into trouble, just pushing the limits of the staff. We will not return unless it's just for passing through- this was a disappointing staff for sure. They did have brand new yurts. We were next to a run down full time rv, who wasn't there for the weekend. We used their fire pit, since our was in mud and trees.

Lots to do and super friendly

This was our first outing with our camper. Coloma wasn’t far for us, and it was worth it. Everyone was super helpful when we had questions. They had a hot tub and heated pool. Mini golf and bikes you could rent. The store was nice and lots to offer and the prices were very reasonable. Showers close by. All in all we had a great first experience and would recommend this campground. Very close to Lake Michigan and the beach!

Awesome place to stay

This place is great! Very clean and well put together. Staff is very helpful and organized. Easy in and out.

Family Friendly Camground

We went last summer and we had a blast. The kids loved the jumping pillow, pool, and nightly tractor-pull train. Bathrooms were clean and conveniently located. Our site had plenty of space and lots of shade. Very accommodating when we requested a site near friends.

Great Family Memories

This is a great spot to spend time with the family and visit others. It is definitely crowded and has lots of little ones running around, so I wouldn't suggest it for a quiet get away. But the pool is nice and there are lots of things going on to entertain the kids. The staff is nice and if you forget something you need not worry- there is a store at the campground. It is also located near Saint Joseph, MI where there are plenty of things to do. There are many wineries and u-pick fruit farms nearby.

Family Fun!

We stayed in the deluxe cabin for one night and loved it! The cabin was so cute and well kept. It came with a fridge, stove, and bathroom. We had 6 people in it and we fit comfortably. We would definitely stay here again. This KOA has a lot of things for children to do in the summer (pool, train ride, etc).

Great for families; not so much for people seeking quiet nature

Nice pool, hot tub, movie for kids, train ride for kids. Small sites, lots of people. Camp hosts were fantastic as were camp store employees. Nice store and pizza shop. Just too crowded for our tastes.

Muddy! Wear Boots

The campground itself is lovely and the couples that live there during the open season are extraordinarily kind. I would note,however, that the cabins are on the far back of the property and there is a depression in the gravel road before getting to them. Because it rained rather heavily, it makes it formed a huge collection of water. The bathrooms are semi clean, but expect mud basically everywhere. It’s very close to the shoreline though and we will probably go again :) Bring rain boots for mud!

First to Review
Great 1st visit to Michigan

First impression on entering the KOA was that it was very clean, organized and well maintained. The owners and staff do a great job of keeping the campground safe, clean and inviting. Sites are well maintained, clean and spacious. The store has everything you could need and if they don't, there is a gas station right outside of entrance. Close to the lake, will visit again!