Bathrooms were very nice and clean. The gravel campsites were large and some were very unlevel. You have the feeling you are out in the middle of nowhere. The hook-ups (water, electric and sewer) were not altogether on the same side of the site. Our water and sewer were together on the left (where they should be), but the electric was about 15 feet to the right of our camper. No cable TV and the antenna got ABC, CBS & FOX – not NBC. No Wi-Fi. It was a 3-mile drive from the campsite to the main road. There is a nearby shooting range (well within hearing distance) that started promptly at 9:00 AM each morning. It was a little pricey considering the facilities, but we enjoyed it and would go back. There is a 14-day limit on consecutive nights camping.
We were on our way to somewhere else and only stayed one night. The campsite was gravel, but it was fairly level. They had a lake with a slide in the middle of it that looked like something children would REALLY enjoy. One drawback for us was the bathrooms. They were dirty and in bad need of a drastic facelift. Another drawback was the free Wi-Fi. Otherwise it was a typical KOA. I would stay here again.
First, there are no clean restrooms because there are no restrooms at all. There is also no cable TV, no Wi-Fi, no pool or play ground. And according to the male employee I talked to, there are no plans to install any of those amenities. Our campsite was huge, because it used to be a mobile home site. The number of RV’s slightly out number the mobile homes in the park. They were in the process of making our site a double site with side-by-side hookups. They actually rented out the site they created next to us, and the sewer hookup was not done properly. It was so poorly done, we couldn't flush our tanks without me making some modifications. We would stay here again, but only because we can't find anything better close to where we need to be. There are two entrances to the campground off of west bound US-70. The western most is less confusing; you just turn right off of US70 into the campground. The eastern most takes you past a storage facility office. The “RV Office” sign with an arrow pointing to the right entices campers to turn toward the Storage office. I did that and had to back up and head up the small hill to the campground. Once you enter the campground your best bet to locate someone to check in with is to call the campground on your cell phone, tell them you have arrived, and they will come to you.
This looks like an old KOA. It's convenient because it is right off the freeway. If you look at the photos on their web site, they have only ONE photo that shows actual campsites. If you look closely I think you can tell the camp sites are mostly dirt, with a little gravel that time has severely ground into the earth. There were a couple of mobile homes that looked to have been there quite a while – including one with a fuel oil tank hooked up at the rear. This was probably the most plain looking, if not the ugliest, KOA we have ever stayed at. Everything was functional, and if it’s convenient to your route and you need a place to stop it would be okay. The pool was closed due to the season, but it looked like it would be nice. The whole campground would look 100% better if the RV's that (I think) stay there year round were forced to clean up their campsites and the older mobile homes were moved out.
The campground was nice. It was clean and modern. All the advertised amenities were in excellent condition. The sites were very narrow. The site length will accommodate your RV, but you will be right on top of your neighbor. A lot (but not all) of the back-in sites will require patience and skill if you are pulling a trailer. The roads and sites were paved. If you have a pet, the dog walk area was at the far end (by the pull-thru sites) of the campground. We stayed for two nights and visited the Biltmore Estate. For short stays, this campground was perfect.
We loved this campground! The roads were paved, but the sites were gravel. Our site was very level, and all the others appeared to be level also. The sites were roomy. There were a lot of trees, so shade was not a problem. Point Mallard has a full size golf course along with a water park and batting cages. Decatur is a fairly large city so shopping and restaurants are close by. We were disappointed there was no cable TV or Wi-Fi. We camped in a back-in campsite. They had pull-through sites, but we went with the back-in site because we liked the looks of it better. We had no trouble getting in and out.
The park was clean with a lot of trees. It was easy to get to, and easy to get in and out of. The sites were gravel, but they all looked fairly level (I know ours was). We only stayed one night, but will stay there again in the future. The restrooms were very clean and looked to be fairly new. We had a pull-through site.
A series of canals, ponds and small lakes are part of this campground. That helps make it very scenic. The two brick bridges and the landscaping also help the appearance. The building that houses the office and restrooms/showers looks almost new. The showers and bathrooms were very clean. It was quiet and the staff was very friendly. Those are the good things. The sites that backed up to the water were very nice. The others seemed a little dumpy; including the pull-throughs. We were in one of the pull-throughs on the north end of the campground. The view out the back of our rig was of trailers in storage, and grass that badly needed to be cut. The Wi-Fi signal was a little weak. Had we been closer to the main building, maybe it would have been stronger. The only restrooms and showers are located in the main building. It was a long walk from our campsite. The sites on the west side of the campground were even further away from the restrooms as there was no bridge on that side to get over the canal. If you camp here, you have to walk (or drive) all the way around. They advertised a "playground." It consisted of two swings and a slide. The framework of which was very weathered and unpainted wood. It didn't look very safe or appealing. It was located at the extreme south end of the property, probably a quarter-mile walk from the nearest campsite. Still, it was clean and quiet. A nice place if you're just looking to rest and enjoy your camper.