I used to be against KOA’s. This one wasn’t bad. There are no trees separating the sites which I don’t like but still wasn’t bad.
Electric, non electric, and rv sites. some hiking. Very big park overall. a couple of lakes, one of which has more hiking, and you can swim, rent paddle boards, kayaks, and canoes. I bring my own kayak there all the time. Another lake has a fishing pier/dock.
Campground is nice, lots of trails to walk, and a man made lake to swim in. what more could you ask for?
I’ve camped here a few times. You can’t even tell you’re in Hudson. Nice hiking trails, nice lake that rents kayaks and canoes, and a beautiful waterfall at the end of the hiking trail. They do empty out the lake every so often, so be aware of that.
I used to be against KOA’s and swore I would never camp at one but a couple of friends booked it and I went with. It was actually pretty nice. Not mich for trees or privacy which is a typical KOA but it was still nice. Would go back. They even have cute little cabins you can rent. And it’s not far from the huge candy store in Jordan.
I absolutely love this campground. I live right down the road from it so I often camp here for a quick getaway. I actually lived here for about a month when I was waiting for my apartment to be ready. The staff is very friendly. Never have a problem. There are hiking trails all over and a lake with a beach that rents kayaks (single and double), canoes, and paddle boards.