The sisters who run this KOA are simply amazing. While there, one was busy building lot decks by herself while the other tended to KOA business. This is not a destination campground. It is, however, the perfect place to spend a weekend or so. My only complaint is they now charge for internet. It is $3 a day or $12 a week. Too many parents letting their kids play games when the wifi was free, as I was told. May be a thing of the future for all of us who let the internet babysit our kids. Otherwise a great overnight or a weekend KOA.
We enjoyed a nice, quiet weekend at this KOA while visiting the area. Friendly staff and nice, level sites with room for all slides without sharing meals with your neighbors. Good cable and wi-fi. Entry and exit can be tricky with a long unit like ours, but it can be done. Just allow for the trees. Excellent location for weekend or vacation.
South Carolina has the most picturesque state parks anywhere in the USA. We had a site across from the camp store and the Wi-Fi was fast and strong. We had a full hookup site and it worked well for us. Not satellite friendly, but we managed to get a 90 signal on Direct TV. Scenery is gorgeous and the rangers are really friendly. If you are in the Myrtle Beach area and can get reservations, here is your home. Next to Huntington Beach State Park, this is a real hidden gem.
We stayed one night on our way to Walt Disney World. Staff was friendly and lead us to our site. The site was extremely unlevel causing us to use 2 2x6 boards, and we still leaned. Park well lighted and kid friendly, but roads are a nightmare. Getting in and out safely is a challenge, but can be done. Love the little welcoming gift. Wi-Fi is free for 30 minutes, but $5 a day for each computer. We won't be going back any time soon.
Only camper here. Grass needs cutting but sites are level and fairly easy to access, even with a 37' TT. Electric suspicious as 30 amp breaker couldn't handle load and tripped. Switched to 50 amp and used adapter. No more problems. Lady in office is friendly and accommodating. We would stay here again.
Very impressive state park. Staff friendly, especially the office personnel and park police officers. Sites level and typically wooded, but well maintained. Some difficulty backing a long trailer in, but was probably designed when smaller RVs were the norm. No reservations ended for overnight, but suggested for longer term stays. Very difficult making reservations as one number will refer you to another. Be patient - it will be beneficial.
Rate includes extra daily charge for electricity. Nicest owner/operators you will meet. Campground very clean as were the facilities. Excellent utilities and the campground is well landscaped, affording a very desert feel. Don't forget to visit Mt. Lemmon. The trip is well worth it with all of the breathtaking views. Just remember to swing wide when entering the park or you can donate a travel trailer fender like we did. No fault of the park. Be sure and plan a stay when in Tucson.
Very windy and dusty: but that is Arizona. We stayed 2 nights in order to visit the Grand Canyon, and it is well suited for that. WiFi is slow, but usable. Sites are very nice, but for sandal wearers, the pea gravel was torture. Very convenient to Williams also. Campground was clean and office staff friendly. We would recommend this place for anyone visiting the Canyon, which every American should see. Absolutely beautiful.
Marginal cable TV meaning poor reception on cable and snowy picture. Wi-Fi weak and slow but usable and limited download. Owner operators are friendly and well meaning. They also offer a home cooked breakfast and dinner. They will deliver to your site if you request it. Sites are roomy and level. Welding shop next door provides immediate and impressive trailer repairs if needed. We would return.
We were last here in 2006 and fell in love with the location - right on the Mississippi river flowing just outside of your door. Long, level pull through sites for easy set up. Good Wi-Fi but no cable available. Easy satellite acquisition. For the price paid, we got a nice concrete pad. Wish we could have stayed longer but we are on the way to the Grand Canyon. If you are in the area, spend a night or two. On a clear night, you might see Tom Sawyer and his friend, Huck, on a raft in the river. Or you might just stop drinking for the night.
Beautiful scenic campground in the mountains of Georgia. This is a state park and you must go to the lodge to register before camping. Only about 8 sites large enough for our motorhome and no cable or internet access. Satellite reception is possible at certain sites. We were lucky enough to get one. Some pet owners refused to pick up after their animals. Restrooms and showers were very clean, and the rangers rode through with some regularity. Excellent restaurants and entertainment nearby. Even with Verizon, cell phone use is limited.
We stayed two nights and would have stayed longer had we the time. Very friendly folks who run a well maintained campground. Everything easily accessible and worked well. Sites level and long for pull throughs. Our eight year old granddaughter had a great time with the goat petting and was joined by the owner's children. If you are visiting western NC and need a great place to stay, this is it. The road leading to the campground is extremely narrow but well marked.
Very convenient location to I-85. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Sites are standard sized, but adequate for most units. Bath house is clean and equipped. Some permanent residents live in tents and walk around in various stages of undress. One site, on the top of the hill, had small children playing and a permanent male tent resident appeared only in see through pajama bottoms. No extra charge.
Okay, folks, here's what you get for your $29.00. We're in a class A towing. Only thing available was combining 3 sites into one, but without sewerage. Fifty amps and water. Men's room is a portalet sitting 20 feet behind the office. After checking in, we had to wait ten minutes for the guide to park us across the street. We were advised that we were taking up 3 spaces, even though he was the one who parked us. No cable. Sites small and close, roads are dusty and gravel. Lots of workcampers blocking roads with trucks and reluctant to move. One and only visit.
First Good Sam park that ever required proof of membership. Great little overnight park. Bathhouses clean. Lots of permanent residents. Hostess very friendly and helpful. Didn't use WiFi so can't comment. Utilities in good order. Big play area for children. Pool was clean. Not much local TV and no cable available, so take satellite dish. No large trees make satellite viewing exceptional. Would return. We were here in a motorhome.
Great little campground for short stays. We were there for five nights. Sites clean and well maintained. Only one small bathhouse, but clean. Mostly permanents, not overly friendly. Visit Fort Riley and Eisenhower Museum, if time permits. Junction City is a great little town, but not too much to do. See the new veterans monument and law enforcement statues. We will be back, if we are ever in the area again.
We have enjoyed this park since 1972. It now appears Disney has lowered it's standards concerning children operating golf carts, campers cutting through sites and those using gasoline powered 4x4 atv machines. One atv began doing "doughnuts" around his site after a heaving rain. Disney approached him but he denied doing it and continued to drive it for 2 more days. Several loops have been cleared making the urge for campers to cut through sites more appealing. Some, too lazy to walk to the loop exits, simply walked past those having meals or simplying enjoying the outside. One child, about 6 years old, was driving his parents gasoline powered golf cart all day, simply ignored by security. Still, the most pleasant, cleanest and most expensive park in the USA.
After leaving Fort Wilderness, we were expecting something less in a campground. We were pleasantly surprised. We were greeted by an extremely friendly hostess who made us feel right at home. Lots of permanent residents who, except for one, were smiling and friendly all of the time. Bathhouses are extremely clean and well stocked. Park is well maintained.
Hard to find, harder to get into with 40 foot motorhome. Pleasant surprise when you do get in. We stopped overnight and campground nearly empty. After setting up, we enjoyed the many wildlife sharing the park with us. The bathhouse, while dated, was clean and well supplied. Rangers were friendly along with the receptionist. Much, much easier to exit. Just be aware that low, overhanging limbs and narrow roadways make the drive in challenging. The experience was worth the effort.
Nice, overnight park close to I 40. Bathrooms were clean and climate controlled. Friendly staff. Pull throughs fairly level, but without sewer connections. Easy ingress and egress, even in large motor homes. Close to Loretta Lynn's Ranch, but much more reasonable. We'll be back.
Best kept secret near Memphis, Tn. Great place to stay. Restrooms, though unisex, are extemely private and clean. Staff was friendly and very helpful. Great views of the mighty Mississippi River. Long, pull through sites are paved and level. Great place to stay while visiting Graceland, Peabody ducks etc.
We are totally confused at the previous ratings. We stopped here overnight and enjoyed one of the quietest evenings ever. The restrooms were spotless, the sites clean and paved, facilities in good order. Sites were adequate in size. The folks in the office could not have been friendlier or more helpful. This is a good overnight spot traveling either to or from Florida.
Beautiful, well kept park near Charleston. Speed limit 10 mph strictly enforced. Rest rooms immaculate. Water pressure is low and Wi-Fi is expensive. No cable TV available. Difficult to enter and exit during rush hour. The owners constantly patrol the park for problems. One of the brothers is friendly and the other not so friendly. The staff is friendly. Sites are large and mostly pull through. Not overly satellite friendly because of the trees, but can find the birds with a little effort. Will definitely return in the future.
Clean well kept park. The only drawback is the $2.00 per day extra for cable, but offset by free wifi. Restrooms extremely clean, Pool is small, but easily accessible. Lots of permanent residents, some getting out of control with yard debris and tarp covers over the roof. Will go back again and recommend park to friends.
Disregarded my own advice and returned thinking the electric had been repaired since my last visit. No such luck. The owner followed me to the site knowing the 50 amp did not work, pulled out his ammeter and said my coach had a problem. Not buying that, I asked for a different site and moved. He again followed with his ammeter, but this time it worked - 50 amps. The people behind us in a motorhome said they had problems with brown outs the day before and the wiring was inadequate for the loads. FMCA rally close by so rates were high. The pool, playground and comfort stations are immaculate, but beware of the electric. Owner extremely nice but will tell you the problem is in your coach. We are here at this time, but will leave early tomorrow.