We stayed in a cabin here, was alittle pricey but worth it. Toddler had a blast with all the activites. and its located close enough to everything
We come to this campground every year for Halloween camping. Staff is friendly and actually seem to enjoy their jobs. The free pancakes on the weekends are a must! Lots for the kids to do and a wine tasting on saturdays for the adult.
fun place to be in the summer
Great location, clean, big pool, mini golf a little run down and bounce house is broken, but jump area was great for kids. Close to tubing and rafting.
Tent camped here last Labor Day weekend. Site was a good size. Fantastic KOA. Tons of things to do for our 9 year old!
Has all the basics for a KOA. Lots of nearby hiking and river acces.
This is one of the best KOA campsites I've stayed at. It has a really nice store, plenty of modern camping amenities. Awesome hiking trails & is ideally located for outdoor enthusiasts to explore the surrounding area…
We enjoyed many different activities during our stay. It was great that they provided a nice pancake breakfast free of charge.
The benefit of a brand, whether Hilton, Motel 6, or KOA, is knowing there will be a certain level of consistency. If KOAs and similar campgrounds work for your group, then this is probably a very good one. People have different preferences about camping, there is something out there for everyone, and "to each his own." KOA-style campgrounds are not my thing, but that is about my personal preference. I ended up at this campground because the national and state parks I had hoped to visit were already fully booked, so I made do in a pinch.
This campground appeared well-maintained, garbage and recycling areas were easy to find, and bathrooms were clean. I find the prices at these campgrounds to be very high for a single person or couple (as much or more than a cheap hotel room), but can see the affordability if traveling with a large family or group. The sites are right on top of each other, so there is no privacy or quiet. The weekend I was there was a busy one with lots of noise from adjacent kids and a large group of bikers. For families, there seemed to be many activities for kids and a swimming pool. As with most tourist destinations, the gift shop will set you back a pretty penny but they have a large range of items from knick-knacks to local beer and the things one might forget or need in a pinch.
I had to drive to get into the town of Harper's Ferry and to do an easy hike and swim, but it is well worth leaving the campground to see the area, which is quite scenic and historic.
normal KOA stuff. close to the AT. harpers ferry is breathtaking. fun trip.