Big rig friendly; our 39' FH did not have a problem. Had a moderately long pull through with a level concrete pad. No escort to the site, but it was not needed. WiFi worked great. Sites were a little close together but better than most KOAs. Price was a little high but typical for a KOA. Would stay here again.
Big rig friendly: our 39' FH had no problems. Had a long pull through with a level concrete pad. The WiFi was slow and almost unusable during evening hours, but a WiFi upgrade is planned. Noticed several golf carts being driven by children during the holiday weekend. Will stay here again when we return.
Easy public road access getting into and out of the campground. There is no campground supplied free WIFI. There is a camp resident that can provide WIFI for a fee. Our AT&T hotspot worked fine. The overnight pull through sites are big rig friendly (39' fifth wheel). The concrete pads are almost level side to side. Most of the back in sites are long term residents, but they were friendly and quiet. Paid $29 plus tax with GS discount.
This was the second time that we have stayed here for a one night stop over. There is no turn lane on Main St to turn onto the campground access road, but access was not too hard. Campground interior roads were adequate for a big rig. Campsite was gravel, but it was long and level. WI-FI worked great. Nice quiet campground.
Park was immaculate and well set up. The only down side was the WI-FI. It was the middle of the week and the park was only about 25% full at the most and the WI-FI was near impossible to use for email. However, our ATT hotspot worked fine.