These RV spots have great shade, are spaced nicely apart, and are a quick walk to the lake! Amazing sunsets!
You can rent a boat for a half day or full day with advanced notice! There is a really nice walking/riding trail that goes all through the park! This is a family favorite!
Because you’re going to see and hear a lot of them, as there is a train track very close to the site.
This campground itself was nice. The staff was so extremely friendly. The trees are old and tall, creating a canopy over the sites, so even with the weather cresting 95°, the site felt nice.
I brought my travel trailer and stayed on lot 28. It was a KOA Patio site (a cement patio area with a table, chairs, and fire pit) that had city water, sewer, and electric. The lot was well cared for and my spot was incredibly flat/level. It’s always a nice feeling to pull in and set up with minimal effort.
The pool is small, but just a short walk from any site on the grounds. The clubhouse/store is well stoked if you forgot anything, or if you decide you need another six pack.
As another review mentioned, you can order pizza. The hours are reasonable. You can also order fresh made mini donuts in the morning. I nice treat for the family or with coffee on your way out!
If it wasn’t for the trains coming by blowing their horns, this would easily be a favorite spot.