This place is quite large and seems to be reasonably well run although there is a lot of room for improvement. There is a mix of different types of sites. We stayed in a full hook-up and had to move once during our stay. The standard full hookup sites are on mostly grass with some gravel so it got pretty muddy in some areas while we were there. The super sites looked better but none were available. You will like this place if you like organized activities and lots of people everywhere. The four pools are also outstanding. If you want to visit the beach they have transit available and parking on a first come first serve basis. You will not like this place if you don't like lots of very small crowded campsites, absolutely no sign of security or policing of the campground, kids driving around recklessly in golf carts, frequent jet fly-overs, low water pressure, inadequate laundry facilities, pay-for-use Wi-Fi, loud bands playing every night until 11pm - don't even try to sleep before they finish. The most unique thing about this place is that they do not have trash bins that are accessible - instead you put your trash at your sign post, and they pick it up. The only problem is they don't do it very often so it stinks, and birds and squirrels pick it apart. I have stayed in much better for $58/night.
This KOA offers a lot of activities for families including swimming, mini-golf, fishing, horse-shoes, playground and a really cool life-size chess set. The people running the park are very friendly but unfortunately not very helpful. We reserved a site by the pool with a patio 6 months ahead of time, and after registering we found someone in our site - the people managing the park spoke with them but didn't move them. We were moved to a gravel site where it was not possible to get level. They did apologize and refund our money but never did fix the problem. The pool is not maintained well enough, and we wouldn't swim in it. The garbage area isn't cleaned very often, and the dumpsters regularly overflow so garbage is strewn around the area. We also could not use our picnic table; the design of the sites in this park places your picnic table within 3 feet of your neighbors sewer connection. We will skip this park and move on next time.
We stayed here for two nights while traveling the Blue Ridge Parkway; the campground is right off the parkway and easily accessible. This is one of the best KOA's we have ever stayed at; the sites are larger when compared to other KOA's and are organized rather uniquely on a hill. It can be a little challenging getting into some sites. The entire campground is very clean. The owners/operators are very friendly and truly helpful; they will go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable.
We drove in rather late and stayed only 1 night. The campground was very clean and well organized ,and the people running it were very friendly and helpful. The campsites are typical for a KOA in that they are pretty small and close together. Great place for an overnight stay.