HWY 111 getting to the park is about like driving a logging road, slow and rough. Once there the park has some great views of the ocean. Sites are level, 30 amp only, full hookup, no cable, and wifi SLOOOOOOWER than dialup. The sites are mostly grass and a small amount of hard packed gravel, and somewhat tightly spaced. Given the views and the reasonable nightly rate, not a bad value.
This is a municipal park campground. It is poorly laid out, and not well suited for rigs over 30'. The utility services are hap-hazard arranged with our water and electric 35' away and the sewer connection properly positioned next to the coach--strange! There are no pull-through sites any longer. Most all sites are taken by seasonal units. What transient sites are available are squeezed between trees with poorly laid out utilities. There is no TV available either, satellite (very heavy tree canopy) or over-the-air (no stations close). The Wi-Fi is dialup SLOOOOOW with weak connections. Due to the price for what you get, would definitely NOT stay here again.
The campground that sits on a point overlooking the ocean. Sites are somewhat tight like a KOA. Had a full hookup site which was level with all the utility hookups at the rear of the site, requiring an extension for the sewer hose. Site surface was gravel and grass, hard packed. Note only 30 amp electric is available. Campground is less than a mile from the center of St. Andrews, a good walk or easy bike ride.
Clean well groomed campground. Site was a back-in full-hookup gravel on grass with wood deck patio. Utilities are located toward the rear of the site within easy reach and worked as designed. This site was not level and the levelers sank into the ground due to the limited amount gravel. The sites in this area all need much more gravel to make them more level and stable. No pool or swimming area, no organized activities during the week. As mentioned in a previous review these sites are overpriced for what you get.
This is definitely NOT a resort. It's just an old campground that's kept clean and maintained. The pull-through was level and looked out on two dilapidated trailers. The utilities were old but functional. Only used it as a one night stop while passing through.
A very nice RV park. The facilities are clean and well kept. All utilities worked as expected. Cable TV has 62 analog channels with just OK picture quality. The sites are somewhat small and some are a bit out of level. The park is just off I-81 about a mile with no road noise.
Sites are decent sized for a KOA, with full hook ups in most sites. Our site was fairly level with only minimal use of levelers. Some sites are pull-in instead of back-in which makes backing out a bit tricky. WI-FI was non-existent at site, cable was 22 channels with good quality picture and heavily slanted with Fox channels and sports. Big rigs will find this KOA a bit tight to maneuver in some areas.
Nice sized, level sites with full hook-ups. Cable was 40+ channels but poor quality picture. Park is mostly permanent units and well maintained with a few RV sites. This is a nice RV park, but certainly not a top end "RESORT".
Normally, I don't review KOA campgrounds since they are all overcrowded and overpriced. This one is a bit different in that it actually has decent size sites. However, it is still way overpriced for the area.
Strictly a no frills, in & out, overnight RV park, just off exit 354 on I-65. All hookups worked well, and the site we had was reasonably level. Owner was very friendly, and the price was fair for what you got.
As the other reviewers have mentioned, this is a very nice "Resort" type RV park. The lots are spacious and the services worked well, except the cable. You would think that a " Resort " of this caliber could have a digital HD cable system, but not so, only analog SD was available. Also don't rely on the park's recommendation for vendors to clean your coach; they don't show up. Other than these two things it's a very nice " Resort ", but not the best we've seen.
There's no resort here just a RV Park. Staff is helpful, sites are quite large but not very level. All sites are gravel. No laundry or restrooms. They do take Good Sam although it's not noted on their web site. Several of the sites have the hookups on the left side requiring you to pull in instead of backing in. Nothing exceptional just average facilities except size of sites. Nothing much for kids to do. Cable TV requires an adapter box be installed in your TV coax input to access all the cable channels. If you only have HDMI connections then you're going to have problems.
As detailed in the previous review, this is a OK campground but definitely NOT a 10. There are only 3 50amp sites that are never available. If you need sat friendly sites make sure you ask in advance. The interior roads are rough, dusty gravel. The sites are grass and dirt. The 30amp electrical is weak under any type of a load. The voltage would drop to 106 volts with just 1 A/C running. Water pressure was marginal, sewer OK. Site was relatively level but you will need blocks under the wheels or jacks to get things level.
This place is a dump. Sites are crammed together, somewhat level pull throughs. The utilities are placed at the end of the sites requiring long hoses and electrical cables. The only good thing was a reasonably fast Wi-Fi connection.
Just a person's back yard converted into RV parking spots. Site was level and the hookups all worked. No TV without a satellite dish, no wi-fi, nothing else but a place to park overnight. Easy off and on I-64; traffic noise not very loud.
While this is a nice clean little park, it is just a bit above average. The sights are grass/dirt, adequate in size but not overly large. All sites are full hookup but only the 2 pull throughs have 50 amp, everything else is 30 amp. Only a few sites are satellite friendly and most sites are occupied by permanent/seasonal units. There is no Wi-Fi or cable.
While this is a nice park, I would rate it as just a bit above average. The sites are roomy but not overly large. All sites appear to be level with picnic tables and are grass/gravel. The services work well and the Wifi has several channels and is some what slow at times. The cable service includes 83 channels and is very strong and clear. All and all an OK park but not a 8,9,or 10. Nightly rate is for a weeks stay.
This is a former KOA with the usual narrow site spacing especially the pull throughs. The pull throughs are no where close to level and the interior roads need attention, pot holes and ruts. Other than that a fairly standard campground with good hookups and a lot of interstate noise.
Sites are closely packed together. Do not stay here on a busy holiday/ special event weekend you will be packed in like sardines. Other times you may get lucky and have an open site next to you. They only have a few pull through sites that they reserve for overnight travelers everything else is back in. Hookups are all placed at the rear of the site, so have extra long hoses and electrical cords. Wi-Fi had good signal strength but was very slow sometimes.
For a KOA the sites are quite large. Very clean and well maintained park with very helpful friendly staff. Easy access .5 mile off I-95, but very quiet at night with no road noise. The price was for a water/30 amp electric site which for the area is quite expensive, but then it's a KOA park so expect high prices.
This is not a destination type of park. It is less than 1 mile off I-95 with no road noise. All sites are level with full hookup and 50 amp. The cable TV only has 14 channels and is weak. Satellite TV will work very well from any site since there are no trees. This is a new park in development that opened just as the recession hit so some construction is on hold. This is a good overnight stop.
Of all the campgrounds we have stayed in, this is the best maintained and cleanest. All sites are level with properly working utilities. The speed bumps can be annoying but do control speeding in the park. The sites are not huge but large enough for your RV and toad parking next to it. The Wi-Fi works well, but is Tengo slooooow.
It is a good place to stop for the night while traveling along I95. All connections were located properly for easy hook-up. There is plenty of water pressure and current supply. One drawback for some people would be the NOISE from the interstate and the occasional train.
Nicely laid out spaces with adequate room for slides and toad parking. The sites are level, some hard surfaced, some grass and gravel. Campground is well maintained, clean and easily accessible. Hwy 17 can be very heavy with traffic.
This is a primitive and rustic type of campground with full hookups. You are basically parking in the owners yard behind some cabins he also rents. There are only six RV parking places all fairly level; well shaded with 30 amp electric, water, and sewer; and well spaced apart. The combination bath house/laundry can only accommodate one at a time for either a shower or to do laundry. There is no cable, wi-fi, or cell phone reception, and no local TV reception.
This is another typically overpriced, crammed together, tight to maneuver KOA. Only this one has the worst water I have ever seen in any campground. The water bubbles and taste terrible. Don't drink it: use bottled water. Also, some previous reviewers commented about the large rocks placed along the drive ways: well they are still there, making moving in and out of this place that much more fun.
This is a park in development. The sites are all full hookup with 50/30 electrical and sewer. The pull throughs are quite large and can accommodate the largest of rigs. There is no pool, clubhouse, or playground for children. Most sites are in the open so SAT TV is no problem. The Wi-Fi was not working for the week we were there, storm damage to their antennas they said.
I stayed at this KOA while transporting a 40' motorhome. I checked in late at night and left early the next morning, so can't comment about amenities. I can say the site was reasonably level and all the hookups worked. Interior roads were paved, site was gravel and somewhat muddy.
I stayed here one night on our way back to St. Louis in a rental motor home. Everything was in good working order and the campground itself was clean and tidy. Interior roads were a bit tight to maneuver on into our designated site but the site was level and clean The Campground is completely tree covered so if you have Sat TV you will have a problem. The campground is located along I55 but far enough away that traffic noise is not a problem.
This park is located on the back of a farm. The facilities are not new but very well maintained. The park roads to your site are narrow but in good condition. Park is completely tree covered so forget SAT TV. Parking sites are somewhat level, spaced well apart but in among heavy trees making parking a challenge for large units.
Actually stayed here in September 2008 but this website would only let me select 2009!!!! Campground is somewhat run down and in need of maintenance. Only stayed there because it was near places we were visiting. Site assigned was level but oddly laid out. Sewer was 20 feet from other hookups. Site was just a gravel path, roads were paved and in good shape. Management was friendly and helpful.
We stayed here on Jan 1st. while traveling back home. This has to be one of the nicest, best equipped campgrounds we have ever stayed in. When you arrive, you check in at the hotel front desk and then drive to your assigned site. All sites are full hookup and fairly level. All sites have a concrete pad with picnic table and fire ring.