September 24, 2018 - reviewed by Mike M
Nice people and friendly, they accepted us at the last minute, the young lady that took care of the reservation made sure to let us know not to follow the GPS, but to follow the KOA signs. We could have been in a pickle. I was under the impression that sewer was available and didn’t realize until at the site, the host that escorted me in wouldn’t let me drive to the dump station, he insisted on bringing the honey wagon to the site. Wow, that don’t happen everyday.
It’s not far off the interstate, follow the signs. There was some seasonal sites but not a lot of them were there.
It’s quite and peaceful with a river to walk along or fish.
We will return if in the area.
July 5, 2018 - reviewed by Erin from California
Nice people and clean facilities!
July 2, 2018 - reviewed by Jennifer
40' Fifth Wheel with Pets
Crowded but friendly, plenty of turnover during a midweek holiday (4th of July), staff was very helpful & followed up on earlier conversations and questions, pool was very popular, also had a small grassy wildflower area that isn't mowed designated as "dog walk" which was ok. It can get really close quarters to your neighbors if it fills up. Pretty typical KOA. Definitely follow the signs to get to it with a camper - the GPS directed route has a hairpin turn. Worked well for my 3 day stop over.