July 2, 2018 - reviewed by Blake Barron
Looks like the koa in Cherokee. We thoroughly enjoyed our 8 day trip there. The river is SO nice! We fished from both the river and the ponds they have on site. It is catch and keep. The only reason I gave it a 4 is because we brought family with us, I brought a pop up camper. We kept both trucks and the pop up on our campsite. We were charged for an extra vehicle and weren't told that we were going to be charged. In fact, some that live and work there said "it's ok" but never mentioned there would be a charge.
May 28, 2018 - reviewed by Ryan Jones
Bad Managed Campground
Stayed 3 nights on memorial weekend, campground was in horrible shape, grass not mowed, both pools dirty (one pool shut down for half a day because of broken pump), parks run down and dirty and bathhouse was filthy the whole trip. Will not be back.
December 12, 2017 - reviewed by Dodge Boy
It was the only campground open in this area around Thanksgiving. It was ok, but very noisy with slamming doors and vehicle's driving around late. I would think twice about staying here again.
June 11, 2017 - reviewed by Angie
I stay in the rustic cabins here. Love this KOA! Plenty of fun for everyone. Love the location, trout pond, river sounds, helpful staff. No complaints here
May 8, 2017 - reviewed by Two Lane Adventures
A bit far off the beaten path for an overnight. Pull thru was close to the office and amenities, so had great free wifi. I would stay again, if we were going to explore the mountains!
April 11, 2016 - reviewed by Ed L
Came here on a recommendation for trout fishing. DO NOT TRUST YOUR GPS DIRECTIONS! I had to call the campground twice when Tom Tom and Google Maps almost got me lost. The campground staff got me back on track and were very understanding about the issue. The staff was quite friendly and we were escorted to our site and assisted in getting the RV placed on the pad.
The campground is quite level and our site was paved with full hookups, a picnic table, and fire ring. We came for the fishing and did not try the cable TV and didn't worry about satellite or digital TV. Cell phone reception is weak and campground Wi-Fi was pretty much non-existant. The sites are fairly close but it wasn't a problem. The rate indicated includes 10% KOA Value Kard discount and the "resort fee" of $3.50 per day. I would like to return to this campground when the temperatures are a bit warmer but this was a good "first time".