This KOA is definitely one of the nicer KOA sites I’ve visited. It’s a bit cramped, but has all the amenities you need. Bathrooms are super clean! Not many tent sites, but they’re located right next to the bathrooms and the pool. This location is very convenient if you’re planning to go to Disney but don’t want to spend a lot on a campsite. They also have cabins to rent (I didn’t rent one on this visit but would like to check them out).
We went with a group and chose the group camp site instead of individual sites. There was plenty of room for three large tents, room for bikes, and even a sun shade! The site had a huge fire pit and two food boxes to keep it safely away from the animals. We went in June and there were tons of ticks. Despite the storms, we had a blast! The beach was very close to our site, as were the bathrooms. The island is home to lots of wildlife- horses, deer, raccoons, manatees, armadillo, many species of birds…and that was just what we saw in 2 days. The island itself is gorgeous and easy to explore. We had four young kids with us (4-6 years old) and they enjoyed it just as much as the adults. The island is pack in, pack out. So be mindful when deciding what to bring. Sea Camp is a good mile or so from the ferry dock, and it’s the closest of the sites. There are a few stations to refill water bottles around this area. We’re looking forward to visiting again in December.