We are tent campers and it’s difficult to find a review on tent sites at many KOAs. We were at site 403 and had family in a camping cabin.
We loved our site. Lots of room for our very large tent! We even put up a hammock and had room to have family over for campfires and meals. Bathrooms were close by and were always clean. It was close enough to the ocean to have a lovely view but not so close that we were swarmed with mosquitoes. Camp staff was fantastic and the stores were great. Loved exploring tide pools too!
Always packed, very little cover, but surrounded by memorable beaches, walking trails, and not far from town (if you feel the need to be a tourist).
Stayed at a tent sight. Had no reservations and felt lucky to find a place to stay. We had just come down from back country camping and we glad to see showers and a store! The owners were wonderful people, the camp and bathrooms were clean, and most of the other folks camping were nice.
This place fits all needs. They have a small store, wood to purchase (for camp fires), a camp sink (to wash dishes), boats to rent, and, did I mention HOT SHOWERS? My husband and ourn2 nieces throughly enjoyed our trip and will be returning. (Lot’s of wildlife to see as well)
39 miles inside the park. A rough, but beautiful, drive in (will take near an hour and a half). No trailers or campers allowed. Frequented by bears, perfect for fishing, nestled between Kintla Lake and Kintla River. The 15 sites are first come, first serve. A quiet place to camp with a view that you will never forget. Make sure to gas up and have supplies before headed up.