We pulled off the freeway after a long day of driving to find this nice KOA. We are big believers in the KOA system and this is another example of why it works. Clean bathrooms, warm welcome. Kids felt safe taking dogs for a walk, the grass was fresh mowed, the shade trees were tall enough to shade your RV without scratching the sides. Store was small with minimal selection, but the town is close by if you need anything major.
We stayed in this campground a couple years ago and are going back because my boys have said that this was the most awesome vacation of their life. We ran into a mother griz on the trail which was helpful since as they retell the account, they barely survived! Their staff was friendly, knowledgeable about the area, hiking, the park shuttle system and after five days we felt like we were leaving family. This is a big campground with a lot of employees, many of them from Jamaica. Everyone was nice and we were surprised that they all made time to hear our "bear" survival stories. The owner asked for pictures so she could place them in a book she intends to start about different hiker stories. We are heading back this summer and can't wait to reconnect with the staff and soak in the sights in one of the most beautiful places in the world, one of the nicest camps in the USA.