Great little spot, clean area and homey environment. Breakfast on the porch in the mornings! Great little cabins as well. Quite and peaceful getaway!
This campground has it all. All the kids in Myrtle Beach as well. Watch out for the golf carts. Not much shade and it seems like every year they give up more camping spaces for more houses and permanent sites. Has all the amenities one could want, you never have to leave the campground if you don’t want to. But… look out for the kids!
Not as huge as it’s Southern neighbor and not as small as it’s Northern neighbor. It is quite cozy and has more shade. Not as busy a campground either. Kind of exactly like it’s location, a comfortable medium amenities campground. I always look forward to coming back!
Stopped in for a weekend for business in the area. Well maintained park, immaculate bathrooms but what would you expect with nothing but motor homes in the campground. A beautiful place but not for the pop-ups. There is only about five campsites and they do it allow parking near your tents. You may unload and then move your vehicles. Definitely geared to the big money units. Didn’t feel comfortable there.
This campground has the potential to be more. It is small and quaint, shaded, and limited facilities. Has a small cabin and a small bunkhouse. Owner has two dogs that ruin any privacy you may expect to have as the run the campground at their leisure. They should sell t-shirts for this campground; “Been there, got the t-shirt, and left!”
A great historic piece of Central NC. Plenary of water activities, hiking, and sightseeing in the area. Nestled up to the Uwharrie National Forest and Albemarle. Plenary of camp sites and home to a Native American mining operation. Within a short drive there is Town Creek Indian Mound that you can visit as well. Badin Lake is nearby as well.
Good little campground with a lot of motor homes. KOA is small but right off the highway. Easy in and out.
We stayed here for many many years, we have seen the campground grow and lose it’s quaint family charm. Sadly it is falling prey to commercialism. Still has some nice spots and they used to not allow motorcycles. Not sure if that is still the case.
A beautiful KOA in the edge of town. Nice cabins with 1/2 bath and TV’s. Large bathhouses and nice clean showers. Large camp store. Funny thing is, same guy owns this KOA and the puny little KOA in Checotah.
Small KOA with a few cabins. Not much around and not a thing to do. Was good for a one night layover
Great KOA at the edge of the park. No a/c in the cabins. Plenty of souvenirs, a nightly movie and a great view of the Wyoming hills. Price is reflective of them having the only campground around.
This KOA was kind of depressing! The bathhouse was under renovation for some time. Way too long. Pool was closed.
Beautiful little KOA with a large lake and river running through the center. Plenty of cabins as well. We stay here annually for a motorcycle rally and the staff really accommodates is well. Nice clean bathrooms and most have been recently remodeled.
Great campground with plenty of sites. This campground is nestled off the Blue Ridge Parkway. There are no signs per Federal Law, so pay attention to the milepost markers! A small pond divides the campground. There is a nice hiking trail up the mountain. Several cabins as well and plenty of bathhouses and a small camp store!
A great and friendly campground. Staff is constantly going out of their way to ensure your comfort. Sites are spacious and the view is breathtaking. The morning sun lights up the meadow which is the campground centerpiece. A small outdoor arena for music events is off to one side. A teepee is the center attraction. My wife and I stayed there for our honeymoon. Memories for a lifetime; literally as she passed shortly thereafter. A great campground, great staff, and a short drive to if needed. I’m looking forward to my next visit! Hope to see you there.