Be aware that when you are coming in from 100 via hwy 78 you be going down a 19% grade and have to turn on a small road lots of braking hold on. Then the place your supposed to stop to register block's some parking stalls and leaves virtually no room for anyone to pass. If that's not bad enough no one directs you to your site and it is a little precarious navigating around narrow turns while watching for tree limbs. All in all if you can find another place to stay well you get the picture. I can't comment on the bath houses or anything other amenities they may offer all I wanted to do is wait until time to leave. Cable tv is sketchy at best. Should be a lot better since your paying for it.
July 17, 3:19am - reviewed by Lockart
Bath houses are run down. Some spots are tight and not level. Had to add several boards under my Jack's to level. Free WiFi is weak but if you pay it is better. They do not allow drinking. Very nice surroundings.
May 19, 5:45am - reviewed by Robert Appel
We made reservations and they did not tell us it was alcohol free! After finding out from a couple in campground we were at tried to cancel day later and they charged us 43.20!What a ripoff!!!We like sitting outside with a couple of drinks at night.They should make people aware at reservation time!
June 4, 6:18pm - reviewed by John
Pleasant About Average KOA
Site was nice cable and wifi worked fine. The bath house was a little run down not up to KOA standards. Reasonable price for a KOA