The sites here are very small. Our pop-up was back-to-back with a Class-A monster. We enjoyed the extremely level, river-front site #44 that was nicely finished with landscaping timbers, although those made it little tricky navigating at night. Fellow campers were great. However, watch out for the cussing staff member with a perpetual cigarette hanging out of his mouth.
The park entrance is narrow and one-way only, therefore big rigs totally block the road as they que for check-in. Registration is agonizingly slow as it's manned by a single staff member who can be easily sidetracked dipping ice cream for other campers. Recommend the Walmart or Sheetz down the road, as the camp store prices are insane. That said, firewood is available and reasonably priced. The bathrooms are just ok, with absolutely no water pressure. The flower garden was very nice and my son enjoyed the weekend civil war events. He even helped fire off some cannons, however this 9pm event was extremely loud.
In summary, even though we enjoyed watching gentle rain on the river at our site, this was not the greatest camping experience. In my opinion the place looks terrible and definitely not up to KOA standards.
This is a very nice campground. The sites are very private and roomy. The staff is friendly. The pool was very nice. The bathrooms were clean. The activities were fun for the kids. The kids had a ball on their 4-wheeler cycles. The petting zoo was a nice touch that the kids really like. We had no complaints.
This wasn't one of our favorite places to stay. There are several pull through sites for big rigs upon coming into the campground. We had to go over a very flimsy bridge and up into an area where the sites are very private, but very scary to access. I feared for my exhaust system. My site was very pretty although not even remotely level, and difficult to access do to the slope. The bathrooms were pretty gross at times and difficult to get to. The pool was fantastic.
A very nice, pretty campground. It is nicely laid out and there are outdoor (cold, but refreshing!) and indoor (warmer) pools, as well as a kiddie pool that was pretty cool! I liked the frogs. Mini-golf was a good time and reasonably price. Catch and release fishing in the picturesque lake was great, although the algae made it difficult. The sites are huge and very private. This campground is mostly seasonals with a few weekenders mixed in here and there. There were some problems with this campground. I would hesitate to let your kids wander by themselves. There are golf carts flying everywhere and their owners are absolutely careless about how fast they go and who they run off the road. I saw several carts being piloted by children. Cars are limited to 5mph and they're pretty good about keeping the speed down, but the golf carts apparently can go any speed they want, and they do! The campground apparently has a fairly liberal dog policy. Every seasonal site seems to have at least one dog, several with 3 or 4. The barking was constant during the day, although virtually non-existent at night. The campground advertises it's WIFI capabilities, but we couldn't get it to work. There were JAVA errors on the front page that we couldn't get past. The people at the office had no idea. The campground also advertises free newspapers, but when I asked for one I was directed to the vending machine, and was told the free newspapers didn't start until June. Whatever. The "Gnome Cafe" was cute and all, but the service was awful and slow.