October 10, 2022 - reviewed by Audrey Lacks
Stayed here for one night, not crowded very quiet. Site was level, easy in and out. The KOA is near I 80 but far enough to be peaceful and away from traffic noise. If using Access from opposite I 80 be alert. GPS had us go down a gravel road that ended at private residence. The KOA is on the main road.
August 16, 2022 - reviewed by Krieger
Nice campground. Clean and well kept. Would stay there again.
July 29, 2020 - reviewed by Bob K
Fun For Kids
Play campground with all the amenities! The kids loved the dunk tank. It's definitely a bit expensive we paid $135 for 2 nights. But they are super friendly there are so many amenities. The pool is nice and clean the store is cute and the staff is very friendly. The site has a picnic table and no trees where we are. For $15 more u can have a patio with Adirondack chairs and a bbq
July 15, 2020 - reviewed by Tim
Nice campground, nice pool area with a dunk tank. Lots of other amenities to keep the kids occupied that we did not have time for, only stayed one night. Very friendly staff and grounds are clean and we'll kept. Nice place for a weekend getaway.
August 29, 2019 - reviewed by Roadwarior
Nice park, looks new, friendly staff, clean and keep up. Would stay again
June 20, 2019 - reviewed by Jess
We’ve been traveling the last two weeks, and this was the friendliest KOA we stayed at. Cassie was great. The only complaint would be to the parents who let their “children” in the store unattended to run around and play with everything.
December 2, 2018 - reviewed by Eric Stotler
We had reservations at another camp ground the week of State Fair. When the heavy rains came in, the other camp ground canceled us due to their park flooded. We called this here and they took us right away after explaining our situation. We stayed for a week and loved it!! Every employee was very friendly and ensured our needs were meet. Really liked the fact the County Sheriff's Department patrolled the park at night. We will definitely come back to stay again!
September 15, 2018 - reviewed by Jason
Ok For A KOA
Gravel roads are very dusty, seems overpriced for what you get. You have to buy $10 wristband to allow your kid to use any of the activities, you need to buy one to play with them. Quickly became $110 a night for our family so we decided to camp somewhere else. If in the fall, ask about the pumpkin patch farm just north of the campground.
June 9, 2017 - reviewed by Rad57