Very friendly and helpful owners and staff. Easy access from I-40. Convenient for all area attractions. Nice trails through woods between the two sections. Main section has all pull-throughs. Excellent FREE Wi-Fi and satellite TV. We will always stay at this KOA when in the area.
Campground is now a Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park. It's a nice, comfortable place to stay. Stayed 5 nights, Passport America rate shown. Sites are level and very large, both in length and width. Heavily shaded by pine trees. Nice clean laundry. Excellent wifi (although we're close to the transmitter). Lots of permanent campers, but most are in decent condition. Great place to walk dogs. Convenient for visiting Pensacola and the Gulf Shores area, but there isn't much to do close by. We would stay here again if we return to this area.
Stayed two nights, Passport America rate. Very nice person checked us in. Huge park, clean and tidy. Long-term campers were in decent condition. Easy access, level pull-in spot with enough length for 38' 5th wheel plus truck. Decent amount of room on either side. Very good area to walk dogs. Just off I-75 but not close enough for traffic noise. Convenient for visiting Andersonville although there are other campgrounds closer. Would definitely stay again if in the area.
Stayed 2 weeks, weekly rate shown. Tricky to rate this park. It has the most gorgeous location we've ever been in, right on the ocean. Very nice lady checked us in. Good grocery 4 miles away in Carrabelle. About 1/2 mile of beach is open for walking. Nothing to do in area without driving at least 20 to 30 miles. Adults only which is what we prefer. On the negative side, the sites are very close together, and if you're not on the ocean row or the first row back all you can see is your neighbor's camper. The roads and sites are crushed limestone and sand which tracks into campers. The laundry has only three washers and dryers with hardly enough room to turn around between them. Had to go to the one laundromat in Carrabelle twice (expensive) because the laundry was constantly occupied. Wifi was dreadful; great the first few days but never able to get on after that. Talked to other campers who had the same problem so it wasn't just us. We would go back if we were in the area again provided we could get one of the front spots and the wifi is fixed.
Nice campground but acceptability of sites depends on where you are. The concrete-pad super-sites are more expensive but well worth the extra money. They're level, clean and have cable. The dirt sites are level but have no cable (which wasn't pointed out at time of check-in) and lots of dirt (or mud if it's raining) gets tracked into the RV. Wi-Fi is available but at a high cost. Nice dog park. Noise from the Oceana NAS jets is horrible and unpredictable, continuing until nearly midnight on one night. Virginia Beach seems to have only 3 campgrounds, 2 of which are right under the jets. The 3rd one can't accommodate big rigs. Rate reflects discount. Will stay here again only if we have to work in Virginia Beach. Will definitely not vacation here.
Owners are very nice. Campground is neat and clean. It's not a destination campground, but is fine if you need to be in the Greensboro area. It's right on the interstate, but the noise isn't too bad. There's nothing to do at the campground itself (other than the pool in season) but the location is convenient to the city.
Several miles from I-81 on winding country roads so it is very quiet. Built on a hillside and the upper sites are quite difficult to access. Our site was so short and narrow there was no place for our truck except at the unoccupied neighboring site. We watched another camper trying to unsuccessfully get into a site. They got so frustrated they left the campground. Nothing to do at campground but enjoyable to be in the woods. Saw a bobcat while walking our dogs after dark which was a little unnerving. No hiking trails. Convenient to Luray Caverns, Natural Chimneys and Harrisonburg. Will not stay here again due to site-access difficulty for big rigs and having seen everything in the area during a two day stay.
Very convenient to I-81. Park is run down, behind the grubby Dixie Caverns and Pottery shop. Sites are tight and hard to get into. Not a destination park but an okay one-night stopping place. It's the only campground available for big rigs in the Roanoke area so if you need to camp in the Roanoke area this is it.
Campground is in beautiful wooded area but has lots of problems. Utilities are very poorly laid out and are unusable at many sites (water and sewer at one end, electric at the other, or all three together at the far end of a long pull through). Sewer hookups are so high we couldn't empty our tanks and had to go to the main dump station. Many sites are very hard to get into or get level. If possible it's best to tour the campground to see what sites you might be able to use before reserving one. Noise from I-66 and the nearby shooting range is bad. Shooting goes on all day every day. Be forewarned that park policy now bans having your mail or packages sent to the park so make other arrangements if you need to get your mail. Campgrounds that accommodate big rigs are hard to find around DC so we will stay here again only if we need to work in the area.
One of our favorite campgrounds. Owners are very nice, park is well maintained. It's level with easy access, road noise is minimal. Wooded and quiet. Many lots have long-term campers but everything is clean and in good condition. There's nothing to do at the park itself but it is within reasonable driving distance of Savannah and Bluffon.
Friendly staff, neat and clean campground. New gravel big rig sites (at $5 more) weren't level so set-up was unnecessarily time-consuming and frustrating. We were told they planned to put down more gravel and fix the problem. Very quiet. Access is a bit tricky for big rigs with narrow winding road. Nothing to do at campground unless during pool season. Convenient to Fredericksburg and all surrounding Civil War sites. TV reception was poor...it's satellite rather than cable and we weren't able to get it dialed in. Wi-Fi has improved over our previous stays. Rate includes KOA membership discount.
Park is only 50 to 100 feet from I-75 with traffic noise very loud 24/7. All lots are covered in gravel: dusty and unattractive. The only pet walk area was down a bank with no safe way to access if you're the least bit unsteady on your feet. We needed to return home a day earlier than planned but the manager refused to refund payment which had been made during check-in. She was extremely rude and belligerent, said no refunds were ever given for any reason. We will never stay here again and would strongly recommend other campers go elsewhere. Do not mix this campground up with the Lookout Mtn/Chattanooga West KOA which is near I-59.