We have stayed at this park two years in a row on our way to and from Florida. It's a typical KOA but the sites don't seem as close together as other KOAs we have patronized. Friendly office staff and a nice dog park. Be sure to walk down to the Indian Cave by the river!
"Off the beaten path" does not begin to describe this park. It is way off Route 19 and you must take very curvy roads to get there. It is very easy to get lost and we did. Just try turning around a 31 foot motorhome in this area!! They advertise "pull thru" and we reserved one but were given a "pull in" that we had to back out of when leaving. The park appears to be mostly seasonals and offers boat docks. So, I suppose it is acceptable if you bring your boat and spend most of your time on it. However, I prefer no bugs, no old trees dropping brown stuff all over my motorhome and no mud. We were there for 2 nights and the site stayed wet the entire time. Luckily we were visiting relatives in the area and were only looking for a place to park the RV and sleep. The staff in the office was very nice, but, I will look elsewhere next time.
We used this campground as an overnight stop on our way from Chicago to Florida. When we arrived and plugged in on this very hot day, my meter noted low voltage. About 15 minutes later, the electric in our section of the park went out. Apparently a transformer blew. We quickly checked our IPhones to find another park. But, I must give the county credit, they arrived and changed the transformer in less than 1 hour. The voltage, while slightly higher, never did reach an acceptable level. Since it was hot, we used the air conditioning and hoped for the best. The showers were clean but very small. Overall, I would rate this park as average and suitable for an overnight stop.
This park provides the usual Jellystone Park fare. I would rate them average among Jellystone Parks. The "Ranger Station" and pool area have obviously been up-graded during the past two years making them a generally pleasant experience. The down-side to the inviting pool area is that they apparently sell passes to non-campers thus making the water playground and pool extremely crowded on hot days. It became so crowded during our holiday weekend stay, I became a little nervous about safety. There are no lifeguards, only employees stationed at the top of the slides on the water playground. I do not recommend the mini golf, however. A large sum of money was obviously spent on up-grading the pool area but not the mini golf course. It is pretty shabby and bug infested. Luckily, our camping fee included all activities. If they try to charge you for the golf, don't waste your money. I can't speak for all sites but the one we had on the main road was very wide and staggered so we were not right on top of neighboring campers. The only down-side to our site was that it is filled with shaved gravel and was not level. The soft gravel precluded us from using any type of leveling system. We ended up spending the weekend with the trailer listing slightly to the side. If you are looking for a 5 star resort then you should probably stay somewhere else. However,I would recommend this as a good get away for families with pre-teens and younger children.