Great place if you're traveling with kids. Gravel sites but level, good amount of space, shade trees on many sites but not extremely heavy coverage (e.g. probably okay for satellite). During the summer they have hourly activities for the kids - with characters from Yogi Bear at some. Hey Hey Hey wagon ride, miniature golf, huge pool, dive-in movies, supervised games, and more. Can you tell we were impressed with the activities for the 3 year old traveling with us! We rented a golf cart ($35) which we wouldn't have normally done but it was fun for the grandson. Diner/ice cream parlor on site. Super friendly staff. 28 channels on cable. Good Wi-Fi, water pressure, etc. We were very satisfied with the rate and the facilities.
Great place on a beautiful quiet island! Our site (F11) was perfectly level, packed dirt with pine needles, convenient to restrooms, trash and wifi and a good size to park the RV, rental car and the rental red bug gem car we rented for touring the island and still allow room for the awning and camp fire. There are trees everywhere - tall huge beautiful live oaks and pines - enjoy them! Wifi and Cable worked great. It's the only campground on the island and it was good. They have a bird sanctuary area which my husband enjoyed and he saw a "lifetime" first bird there - the painted bunting. There are lots of squirrel, some raccoons and deer in the area. Friendly staff, souvenirs and limited supplies available. Showers were ok. The roads are small but adequate. There's a $7 charge to book online. We would definitely go back... and want to... NOW!
Convenient to I-75 - our TomTom Navigation tried to lead us the wrong way so we were glad to have the KOA directory for correct information. Clean, nice campground. Level gravel spot. Shady but not all covered for most spots. Good WiFi. Big pool was a hit with a little league group that was here, as was the big pavilion, and open grass game area where they were playing wiffle ball. At 9:00 "Lights out" it was very quiet. Long term residents are in the back of the campground. There's a nature trail for birdwatchers or walkers. Nice clean restrooms and showers with new inserts. Camp Store carries limited supplies. Staff suggested King Pizza to us but when we called their delivery wait time was at least 2 hours but Pizza Hut delivered within 30 minutes. We would definitely stay again.
The thing we liked best were the peacocks - they have several adult and young peacocks, including relatively rare albinos as well as normal colored ones. If you don't like their unusual cry, that could be a bit of a shock! There was an extra charge to enter the pool area but at least one family was enjoying it - it was rather small. Sites were gravel and rather narrow. It's a hilly campground. There is an average playground. The people working were very nice, the store was well-stocked, including local souvenirs, and freshly made pizza is available on site. There was a fishing pond and a 'petting zoo' on site with a couple of goats and an awful looking animal - maybe a sheep? So, there's an attempt to be family-friendly but it just needs a little more care. Wi-Fi was OK. The flier lists miniature golf but we didn't notice that.
Stayed here for a few days due to the closeness to Savannah. We really enjoyed the lovely swans in the lake, along with other waterfowl. There were over 20 wood storks that roosted by the lake in the trees at night, so that was very interesting. We were in site 27 and it very narrow due to the trees, etc but most sites were well sized. All the utilities were great. We used the laundry and were pleased with the efficiency of the equipment and the cost - $1.25 per washer load, $.50 to dry a load. Staff were super friendly. The store is well stocked with Savannah area goodies as well as RV supplies and food. The pool looked nice, though we didn't use it. There was a free pancake and sausage breakfast on Saturday when we were there and that was pleasant. Wi-Fi worked better than average for campgrounds. They have good monthly rates, too! All in all, we were very pleased with the campground.
Easy access to trolley and area tourist sites. Right by patriot park which has lots of activities. Good playground, pool and grill. Fairly level gravel site with concrete patio. Paved sites available as premium. Narrow sites (like most tourist areas) and the Wi-Fi would work on computer, but not iPhone or iPad. Have stayed here several times.
We have stayed here several times - it's a very good park. All the normal things plus a nice little zoo and access to Lake Eufaula. Sites are nice - 'porch' like swings on the deluxe lots and good fire pits. We keep coming back!
Right on Route 66 near the inspiration for some of the CARS movie scenes. Park is basic, but we really like the owner, and he was very helpful. Wi-fi worked great; restrooms are clean; site is gravel but level. Some playground activity, birdwatching, picnic areas. It is just off I-40 (visual distance).
The restrooms & showers were terrible - dirty, moldy, broken locks, etc. There was no store of any type on premises. Lots of rules with no this, no that on the registration info and posted on tacky little signs all around. They must have had some very bad tenants to go to such measures. Felt somewhat unsafe. There were suspicious folks looking for the long term residents, etc. Level site, hookups were good.
Location was great! Being at the Grand Canyon and near the general store and canyon cafe and shuttle stop. The showers and amenities are about 1/4 of a mile from the campground so we drove everywhere. It was great to have such a good RV location in the park.
Great amenities - good WiFi signal, lawn games, waterfall, veterans memorial, lots of different bird species. The staff were very nice and helpful. Sites were level and fairly big. Would definitely stay here again.
Lovely views, but not a very level site. Pancake breakfast was a nice touch and there were quite a few family and kids activities. I was disappointed in the attitude toward another guest: she was reporting that the stakes were coming out in her rented tipi (teepee?) and the response was that they most of the maintenance people were out today. Did she not have a hammer she could use? Finally another guest loaned her a hammer. That was not very responsive. Other than that, we enjoyed it and the staff was generally nice.
The full page ad in Woodalls was misleading. It indicated that this was a very nice big rig RV resort. It has very level sites and concrete spaces beside the sites. Restrooms and showers and laundry were nice. The views were lovely. The store had nothing but soft drinks and some souvenirs. We were told they didn't have enough money to buy picnic tables for all the sites but we could borrow one from an unoccupied site if we could find one. There's a lot of 'rustic' (rusty) old equipment and engines and parts sitting around that would be a safety concern for kids.
Nice staff. The park is right on a lake. There was apparently a youth camp underway across the lake and the speakers were quite loud with announcements and music - we didn't mind but if you're looking for silence that could be an issue. Lovely setting on the lake with nice pool and a few other recreational things. Also, a fairly nice store.
We enjoyed the pancake breakfasts. So much recreational activity available! Beautiful view of the mountains near Mt. Rushmore. Very helpful staff. Wi-Fi signal was sometimes weak - but camp was very crowded for the holiday week. Car rental service was convenient. Restaurant quality was not so great. Very clean, very nice. Expensive but it is in a tourist area and has so much to offer!
We thoroughly enjoyed the stay in our motorhome. The park was very clean and attractive with whimsical paintings in places (such as the bathroom). The space was great, very level, good satellite reception. We couldn't get the wi-fi to work on our first attempt and didn't try again. There were nice buildings for events and lovely flowers and a catch and release small lake. We would definitely stay here again.