We arrived at the site after dusk. We were told on the phone to just find a site park and pay in the morning. (Pretty traditional for state parks) We arrived and could NOT find any posted map of the campground. Since it was dark and there was a sign that said all electric sites full, we assumed we should just go to the non-electric sites. We did and woke up the next morning finding ourselves in the TENT only area. The areas are NOT well marked for after dark arrival. (This was not our plan but traffic caused it.) The campground host was pleasant about our mishap and said he doesnt post a map because people shouldnt come after he has gone to bed. The park *SEEMED* nice from what we did see. We stayed here on night just passing through.
This place was nice. It has new owners who seem to care about their guests. They escorted us to our site, which made it easy to navigate through the tall trees. There is a lake on site. We stayed here one night passing through.
The place was clean, hostess was helpful and pleasant. We arrived after dark and had to make the loop twice to find our spot. The place is on historic RT 66, and was relatively easy to find. There is a train track not far away and the thundering sound of a freight train going through every now and then could be heard. We stayed here one night just passing through.
The site was in an industrial/commercial area of town and was one of the worst KOA's we have ever stayed at. It was a little challenging navigating te site with our RV and tow vehicle, but we did manage to make the tight turn into our site. We stayed here on night just passing thru the area. Would not stay again.
We stay here over Labor day weekend. We had a BLAST, riding bikes and hiking trails. There was ample space between the sites. There is no full hookup sites at all. So use water sparingly to avoid having to make a trip to the dump station. I gave this site a 9 because the mosquitos were HORRIBLE. They had just had days of heavy rain and everything was soaking wet.
We stayed here two nights over a weekend. The place is well kept, clean and there is a lot of space between each site. The park has great hiking trails and scenary in the fall. We have stayed here before and loved it.
The campground is nice, clean well taken care of. The sites are EXTREMELY close and hard to manuver around. This is KOA was setup so that campers are very close to each other. While the sites are pull-thru, you CANNOT pull-thru the $50 sites without unhooking. It is impossible to make the turns and weave your way through two other sites. The higher end sites ($80/night) are a traditional pull-thru that dont require an un-hook. We stayed here one-night as we were passing through the area. Having to un-hook to park, is what caused me to deduct 1 rating from the score. Dense sites took 2 points off.
The directions to get to the site are not easy. Make sure you know where you are going first. There is a steep hill to get up to the site with no turn around if you meet someone coming down hill. There are only 17 sites to park, they are all back in. Lots of trees. The host was nice, waited for us to arrive even after they were officially closed. We stayed here one night so we could go to Bridge Day in Fayetteville.
The site was small and cramped,and there is not much space between each site. The wifi worked ok, it was hanging from an extension cord in a tree. While the sites are pull-thru, you have to unhook a tow vehicle before going to your site. We stayed here for one night so that we could visit Biltmore Estate. The host was nice and helpful. The host is on-site 24/7.