April 27, 2021 - reviewed by Carol
Well we loved the woodsy feel and not too bad for set up. Everyone was very friendly
It was very neat and clean
WiFi not great but to camp very nice.
Very off the Highway which was great.
January 13, 2020 - reviewed by Phyllis Pugliesi
Stayed here 3 nights with 40’ Tiffin with toad. Gravel site. A little tough to level it but once set up all was good. Friendly staff. Would recommend and would stay again.
June 29, 2018 - reviewed by Staug
Was Very Happy With This Campground
Everything was good. Staff was nice. Plenty of amenities. Bathhouse was very clean and private.
June 7, 2018 - reviewed by Piper379
Not Impressed. Like, At All.
We stayed here last July. We were traveling w/my mother & step-dad. They're KOA members so they were excited to show us how wonderful KOA's are. It was our 1st time at a KOA, so we were excited to see. Two words: LET DOWN. First, the PROs: the staff is helpful & friendly. It's very wooded, so you're basically guaranteed shade. The store is cute & the prices are reasonable. It's rather quiet & fairly clean. The CONs: We now have a 42 ft. 5th wheel, but at the time, we had a 31 ft. Class C. The sites are like a compacted gravel & the area by the hook-ups are just deep ruts. (Our 5th wheel would've sunk on that side.) To make matters worse, it had rained the day prior, which made leveling a real &!^@#. The drainage is poor at best which means, after a rain, you have standing water, which means the mosquitos are huge & . Trash is to be left by the road & collected... Who knows! Despite being just a few sites away from the main bldg, Wi-Fi was dreadful. This KOA is not for me.
April 22, 2018 - reviewed by Itinerant Canuck
Country Near The City
Far enough from the Interstate to be quiet, close enough to be good for an overnight or a longer stay. If you are interested in touring historic sites, you are an easy drive from three significant National Historic Parks. Friendly very knowledgeable staff well versed in the history of the area. Nice sites, good wifi and cable. Fishing pond on site, adequate off-leash dog park, good on-leash hiking trails. Nice store. While we were there we had a major rainstorm that resulted in some of the tent and water/electric only sites near the creek being totally flooded. Obviously not the park's fault but worth knowing. Small laundry. Trash pickup at your site, which is convenient. Handy to shopping and historic sites. A nice quiet rural setting to relax in after a day of touring.
September 23, 2017 - reviewed by The New Vet
The WiFi never worked, it's an ok spot. For this price there is much, much better ( and closer to DC!)