This KOA is very well run and kept in great shape. Most of the amenities felt fairly new. The management was nice and attentive to any requests we made. The only negative is location. You are very close to a major road. It also feels like there is very little separation between you and the establishments that surround you. Specifically, we were within spitting distance of a Waffle House and Wendy's. Being this close to these establishments with people milling about their parking lots late at night, left me feeling a tiny bit unsafe.
Another predictably good entry into the KOA list of camps. This one is on a river and has a small dock which is nice. The dog runs are also very nice. The camp even offers a dog washing station. The only downfall in my opinion, is the location. The camp is not in the nicest part of New Bern. I didn't fell unsafe, but you are not far from some dicey retail shops.
This is a beautiful and well run park. It is clean and has all the required amenities. The people that run it are very nice as well. It is however, barely still an RV park. It is mostly a mobile home park at this point, as the bulk of the park is filled with permanent park models. This is not to suggest that the park is any less nice, but it does have a different feel and vibe than a typical RV park might.
This is a fabulous RV park. We got an extended stay rate plus a discount. It is not crowded as its really a park that is just coming into its own. There are three beautiful pools, a nice club house, a boat ramp and a tennis court. Everything is new. The club was just built a couple of years ago and was recently acquired by Signature Resorts. I would highly recommend staying here.
This is the best east coast beach campground I have been to. The lots are not paved but they are flat and grassy. This is not the typical sand pit parking lot that I have been to on the east coast. The sites are very wide and the entries and exits are easy. They escort you to your site which is helpful as well. It is difficult to come up with criticisms. The location is perfect and most sites are an easy walk to a great beach. The only detracting factor is that the place is populated primarily with travel trailers. There are only a minority of class A coaches.
This is a great RV park. It is a half mile from the beach but is not a sand pit. It has beautiful level and paved sites. They are landscaped beautifully as well. The service is great too. They direct you to your site and even help you hook up your power and water. There is a great little breakfast place across the street called Cortez Cafe. Also, there is one of those dockside seafood restaurants about 1/4 of a mile away called Star Fish Company. Check out them both while you are here.
Beautiful park. Every amenity you could want. The sites are big, level and paved. There is not much bad to say about the place. There are only two negatives. The staff is unfriendly. The rate is expensive. It says $70 but they charge you $5 for electric, $5 for recreation facilities. I need to confirm this, but between the state of South Carolina and Hilton Head, the tax is almost 11%. As a result, we almost paid $90 per night for a beautiful place with rude people. For $90 I'd like a little politeness.
The park is not big rig friendly as they state. The lots are very narrow, overgrown and not even close to being level. This is really a place for travel trailers. It is way over-priced and they try and get every penny they can from you. They have a tiny ugly green pond with fish in it. Should you catch a fish and want to keep it, the cost is $0.60 per inch. That is correct $7.20 for a 12 inch fish.