Nicely paved interior road. Level gravel (river rock) sites. Clean 50 amp power. Adequate but not terrific water pressure (measured 35 psi). Owner is very friendly. We'll be here 7.5 months, so I may update this review.
Although I was promised a level site months before I arrived I found that my site sloped down so that I could not get the coach level. The gravel interior roads were full of holes. We left within 45 minutes of arrival.
This is a 37 year old campground that has been and continues to be renovated. New ownership began in 2006. There are currently 18 big rig pull-through sites. More are on the way. While there are no sewer connections, there are 2 dump stations. The front dump station is sized for smaller rigs (32' and less) in my opinion. The rear dump station offers an easy in and out for even the biggest rigs. If your stay is extended you may want to order up their honey wagon service. Our 50 amp power was steady and hovered around 120 volts, even when the park was full. Water pressure - well pumped - was sufficient and tasted as good as spring water. On Saturday we enjoyed a $6 "all you can eat pancakes" breakfast that included sausage, juice, milk and coffee. If you are traveling on I-80 near exit 309, just west of the New Jersey border, this KOA should be your last stop of the day.