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10/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
We were one of their 1st campers. All sites have 50/30/20 amp electrical, water, sewer and cable coming soon. WiFi is also promised in the near future. Campground is set on a rolling, golf course like setting. There are two ponds and lots of grass. There are no trees yet, but they are installing shelters to keep you out of the weather. The streets are even paved with granite. It is located just outside the nice tourist town of Mount Airy where Andy Griffith grew up and based the TV town of "Mayberry".
10/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is a very nice park, which is located in a beautiful valley surrounded by trees. All hookups are 1st class and it is easy to navigate a big rig around the park. It is a very noisy park with ATVs running all over the place and thorough empty sites. There is no speed limit in the park and no Yellow-Shirts were present to supervise kids on bikes. The road to the park is very narrow with many places where two rigs would not be able to pass. If you are not there to ATV the great trails that surround the park, you may not enjoy the stay.
05/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a nice, well-kept, friendly campground. Bathrooms are nice and new. RV spaces are mostly shaded and feel open. Continuous highway noise is the only drawback to this overnight campground.
02/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
Nice family oriented campground. It has improved over the last couple of years due to the new owners. Trains can be heard, but are 1/2 mile away. The staff is friendly and the park is pet friendly with an off-the-leash dog run. There are lots of shade trees and grass.
10/2006
rating [ 6/10 ]
This campground is now a KOA, but don't expect to find the typical KOA family campground. Some sites are wide and some are barely fit the slideouts. All are long enough for the biggest rigs. There are no picnic tables, campfire pits, informational maps, mini-golf or swimming pools in the campground. Everything is designed to get you across the street to the indian casino. Wintering here is nice, but there are no shade trees for summer heat. You also have the option to park across the street in their dry camping area for free. This area is just a dirt lot with no security and full of trash. Electric, Water and Sewer are $18/night before using your value card. Weekly rates are less then $90. This is not your typical family KOA.
10/2006
rating [ 10/10 ]
This campground has all the amenities that you would expect from a KOA plus a few more. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. The laundry has five of the latest front loading washing machines and six dryers. They have an indoor pool and two spas of different temperatures. The sites are gravel, almost level and mostly in the trees giving park a family feel.
10/2006
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a very nice park and has all the amenities that you would expect at a KOA. The staff is very friendly and work to make your stay enjoyable. The pancake breakfast is great and they will also cook-up a steak for you in the evening. There is lots of natural beauty to see in the area and they also provide you a tour map upon arrival. I'll be back when in the area.
10/2006
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a very nice stop-over RV park. Gravel& level sites have all the basics, low price, and a desert view. There is no sign at the frontage road, but you can just follow the signs for the American RV Park which is next door. The sign in front of the park is small so that people will think it is American RV and pull in and find out they can stay here for half the price. They have three, enclosed, dog runs, but nothing to keep kids entertained.
10/2006
rating [ 8/10 ]
Very nice campground that has all the amenities that you would expect at a KOA. The owners are very friendly and make us feel at home during a wet & cold couple of days. It's just off the freeway, but the traffic noise is minimal. We marked this campground on our GPS and will camp here again on our way across Kansas on 70.
10/2006
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is a nice park with all of the amenities that you would expect at a KOA. The owners are very friendly and go the extra mile to make your stay enjoyable. They even use a two ply toilet tissue instead of the cheap stuff. The park has many shade trees and a large pond. To me, the park is like an oasis in the middle of a corn field. We will definitely stop here again when in the area.
09/2006
rating [ 10/10 ]
This was a nice campground with all the amenities that you expect at a KOA. The campground is family owned and operated. Overall, the campground is beautiful with lots of grass and trees. The trees are close to the road, but only to a point of slowing down traffic. There was more trash throughout the park then I would expect, but that is probably due to the teenage help not being as aware as adult help. When we were shown to our site, the teenager went past a bag of trash on our picnic table that was left by the previous occupant. We will return to this park again when in the area.
09/2006
rating [ 8/10 ]
This was a nice campground with all the amenities that you expect at a KOA. The owners were very friendly. The campground is on a hill which allows scenic views over the top of you neighbor's RV. Tents have their own section of the park as do the monthly campers. Will return when in the area.
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