June 28, 2020 - reviewed by Allison
I stayed here because it was convenient to the bioluminescent paddle I was doing. I’ve stayed at many KOA’a and was disappointed at this one. A ton of full time residents in run down RVs and unkept land around them. A few residents living in tents. My spot was decent and park does have beautiful mature trees. Spots are narrow. It was ok for one night where your mostly using it as a place to sleep.
March 30, 2020 - reviewed by Suzanne
Nice Place, Poor Service
Spaces are back-to-back & very close side-by-side, but pretty with mature trees. Bathrooms need updating. My experience was marred by poor customer service in that we had a mix-up on the date and ended up paying twice. The woman who checked us in on Friday evening said she couldn’t do anything about it, so I emailed the management but have not even had a reply yet, 10 days later. Will not return.
December 5, 2019 - reviewed by Tim T
This is the perfect place for a overnight stay or longer. The sites are large with easy access. Lots of local attractions with Daytona and Cocoa Beach very close by. My hat off to staff Tara what a pleasurable change to most RV parks. She was very nice and meeting your needs was important to her. Great customer service. Thank you KOA Titusville you made my 3 night stay memorable.
November 20, 2018 - reviewed by Emily
Horrible place. Mostly full time residents. Trashy. A fight broke out during our stay. They had a gun and the police came and took the residents away. Be careful if you stay here.
April 23, 2017 - reviewed by Sam
Nice for a weekend
We stayed here for a beach weekend. Very friendly staff, clean park. Our trailer 33 ft long with a slide out, concrete slabs. We travel with our army of kids, so playground was adequate, pool was clean. 20 minute drive to the beach was great,went to National Seashore beach,loved it. Great place to watch a shuttle launch.
March 19, 2017 - reviewed by Dawn
Our very 1st time camping. We got our RV Saturday morning and drove straight to KOA. Easy to get to. Really nice, friendly and helpful staff, as well as other fellow campers. Got a great spot to park the RV. Was even able to see a rocket launch from Cape Canaveral. Pool was closed, but that was ok. A little chilly to swim. Thank you to lady in office to lend me coffee filters! Will definitely be back to this campground. Wifi a little wonky, but didn't miss it. Had a great time relaxing. Become a KOA member and save money!
May 29, 2016 - reviewed by @ventureswithbob
We stayed Memorial Day weekend 2016. Park is large, full timers are in a different area from the recreational campers. Most RV sites are concrete and there are about 50 tent sites with 100% shade! Expect all the normal KOA amenities.