Campground is neat and clean, easy to get into sites, right on Hwy 66 - still quiet - Owner was pleasant and helpful in getting us parked; gave us a perfect spot so our kitties could watch the birds. Would definitely stay here again. We just camped over-night here. Long ample pull-throughs.
This is not listed as a KOA, but the office folks were wearing the KOA uniforms. Nothing else to indicate the logo. Certainly not up to KOA Standards, and the price was HIGH at $39.50 plus 13% tax! They did give us 10% off. This is an okay place to spend a night or two, it's close to Richmond and there is a new Bass Pro Shop across the highway. There are several areas that are sloppy. We did stay here a year ago, and probably will again.
We are currently visiting Brookside Campground: what a dump. It has to be among the top 10 worst campgrounds we have ever stopped at. There's the muddy, rutty road, farm equipment littering the facility, many old, decrepit campers. The Office/Store is such a mess we were very nervous about entering the door: almost tripped over trash just finding the office. We reserved a pull-through: it was occupied, but when the owner said he would move the rig, it was impossible for us to even get into that site because of the big trees. We ended up in a pull-up site: the electrical/sewer hookups are on the wrong side, so you have to pull in, and back out when you leave. Have never before seen such a set-up, and we've traveled all over the country.
We have camped at this campground for 6 summers: we were seasonal for 5 years, this year we camped from July 1st to October 12th. The campground is well-kept, the people are friendly, there is weekly entertainment, much for the kids to do, a pond with paddle boats, mini-golf, horseshoes, and a beautiful new swimming pool. It is shaded and a great place to escape especially on hot summer weekends!