I wish someone had written a more accurate representation of this KOA as I never would have stayed here. The only redeeming quality is its proximity to the Temple and the shuttle to take you to the sites. I can overlook the road work as it looks as it will improve the area. What I can't overlook is how close the trains are to the park. Both nights we stayed here, we heard train whistles at various times in the night (12:00AM, 2:30AM, etc.) As the on-site store was unstocked, I asked the staff if they knew of a market close by to purchase groceries, and they gave me a sheet of paper with directions. I would not stay here again, but if being close to downtown is important to you, the convenience could outweigh the negatives. Not for me, though.
I was completely surprised how such a nice place could be in the middle of the city. It is located close to a freeway, but the noise isn't that bad (more of white noise than anything else). The roads in the campground are narrow so pulling in and out is a bit tricky. Outside of that, this place was wonderful. Concrete pads for the coach, brand new (we attended the ribbon cutting ceremony) playground for the kids, some of the most friendly staff I've ever seen! They don't have fire pits at the sites, but all you need to do is ask at the front office, and they'll deliver a portable one for you. If you don't have wood, purchase it at the same time, and they'll deliver that too! Outside of the freeway "White Noise," my wife and I noticed how quiet this place was. Very child friendly!
A nice place to stay, although it is close to the road, and you can hear it at night. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. They offered to trim a tree if it was hitting our slideout so it wouldn't make noise with the wind. The sites were concrete and very level. We would stay here again.