KOA staff was very friendly, constantly keeping the park clean and welcoming guest. Very nice. It was a quiet park on Labor Day weekend. Things to know. Big hill to get up to the KOA. Almost all paths are gravel. If it were totally full it would be tight between many spaces. Overall nice campground good location could drive 30-45 for things to do.
We did struggle with what to do in the area. We don’t own ATVs or a boat. Turned out to be a good weekend but do your homework to ensure it meets your needs.
Got here just after dark. Was a bit difficult finding the office. The office was closed but they left me information on my assigned site and a map. The tent sites are off a gravel, poorly maintained path that was difficult to locate in the dark. The site itself was okay but on a hill. The location was convenient and my pup enjoyed using the enclosed dog area to run around.
Easy pull through RV sites, some with patios, some extra room, mostly shaded. Kids enjoyed the pool, Gaga ball, playground, jumping pillow, and passport activities. Overall an excellent stay!
Entrance and exit are a bit steep, just take it slow :)
Campground is awesome. Very clean and a lot of great amenities
It was my first time camping. So much to do on site. Great shade. I love this place. Pet friendly.
We were very happy with this campground. It seemed a bit pricey for full hook-up but was very nice. The campground was very clean and well maintained. The entrance to the campground is surprisingly steep.
This KOA is atop a small “mountain.” Very private and naturesc. Love it