This county park is a very nice, fully wooded, campground. It provides close and easy lake access for swimming, boating and fishing. We had a wonderful two night stay and didn't have any problems with our campsite, staff or other campers. I would highly recommend this campground to anyone.
This campground's best feature is its proximity to Charlotte, NC and all of the activities the city has to offer. The pool is older and in need of some TLC. When we were there a woman was swimming in the pool with her dog. The management did come out and kindly ask her to remove the dog and she complied. This is a great campground to stay at if you are visiting people in or around Charlotte but not a "destination" campground.
This should have been a great family vacation but it turned into a nightmare. We spent the previous nights at the KOA in Great Falls and had a fine experience but this place is run like a concentration camp. We were told be quiet BEFORE quiet hours began at 10PM. We were told to put out our small marshmallow campfire without an explanation. We were harassed by the managers and security from the start of the trip. When we voiced our concerns to the owner they responded with insults and threats to forcibly kick us out. PROS: We were not forced into involuntary slave labor CONS: Early forced bed times. Poor showers. Rude staff. We were not escorted to out assigned spot (typical KOA protocol). Threats from management $81/night fees If I were to go to W. Yellowstone again I would stay at one of the MANY other available campgrounds. If you are a glutton for punishment and do go to this KOA, good luck, and be sure to bring numbers of other campgrounds when you find out how rude they are for yourself!