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The campground is very well kept and site are level enough. It is a bit far out and the sites are tight together.
Nobody here! We had the campground all to ourselves. $5 fee and a full campground to choose from. The sites are clean and spacious. You can collect firewood to have campfires in the provided fire pits. Would definitely come again!
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We have stayed here a few times, and it makes a big difference where you camp.
Apple tree and dogwood loops are congested & poorly vegetated, thus not feeling private at all.
Poplar (the only generator-free loop!) is wooded and spaced nicely. Our large van fit very comfortably. Highly…
Nice clean well cared for campground with a ADA cabin, large drive thru and back in sites plus tents. New owners putting a lot of tlc in. Saltwater pool, playground, small zip line, dog park, large shelter with fire ring, cooking pit and a big black stone. Level full hookup gravel and grass sites.…
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The sites are clean. Bathrooms seem maintained. Plenty of stuff for the kids to do
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Great location for a 25 foot or smaller camper. A bit difficult to back into.
Gorgeous view of the water. Step incline and rocky to get into. Perfect for relaxing and watching the boats come by.
Camped at Wilderness Cove in August 2020 for 2 nights. Very clean, small, quiet campground. Tents only, they do have some cabins for rent. Nice clean bath house. Was able to access wifi near the tubing office. Prices are extremely reasonable. Their website is very accurate. I will be staying…
First let me start by saying this was not my first choice, the KOA was booked and this place had available spots…. I now know why. I see all these reviews about what a wholesome “Christian” establishment this campground was and I find it to be anything but.
They are more worried about banning…
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This is a small park off of 64. It's easy in and depending on which side of street your site is the exit it up a curved hill. We used 4 wheel drive with a 36 foot fifth wheel. It wasn't a problem. Our site was #11 on the creek. At our site the creek babbled which was great. We never saw any staff.…
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The creekside sites were absolutely we're absolutely fantastic.. The kids enjoyed playing in the rapids and catching frogs.
The bathhouse was very primitive.
It was great being close to some beautiful waterfalls!
From the welcoming hosts to the well groomed sites, this KOA is a perfect way-stop no matter where your winds blow. The salt-water pool was a pleasant surprise and the discreetly placed gnomes and fairy gardens along the way make this place just right. Topping the evening off was a chorus of song…
Overall this was a great campsite. We stayed a week with our young children and camped on the Poplar loop in a tent. The location is absolutely fantastic and the staff were welcoming. Sites definitely vary in access, size, and overall quality. It's worth doing research in that area. Restrooms and…
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This does not seem to be the typical KOA, and it is small compared to my recent visits to some other KOAs. However, it was very quiet with lots of shade, but tents are not allowed. There are cabins, and the remaining sites have RV hookups. There are several things I loved about this campground.…
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They are a Christian family campground through and through. They have a bible lesson and activity for the children including hay ride on Saturday morning. They do a church service on sundays. They have plenty of activities for kids to do. A swimming lake with slide. Boats, zip line, fishing, a game…
We had a great time we stayed 3 days and the atmosphere was excellent! Although some of the permanent campers were a bit stand offish all the travelers were great! It’s all 50 amp now!! You will need a converter for 30 amp if you don’t have one.