This is a work in progress. The campground has an excellent layout, long pull-throughs with plenty of space between sites. Most of the sewer hook-ups are at the front of the pull-throughs and need to have a second hook-up placed in the middle or rear of the site where RVs can hook up without needing long sewer hose extensions. The owners are very friendly and helpful, and have great plans for the full development of the campground.
Beautiful sites in woods which provide lots of shade. Most sites large with plenty of room. Park is very well maintained. Hosts were very friendly and helpful. Bathroom stalls are small and a bit cramped, shower was large. Wi-Fi is very limited. Cable TV excellent. Due to trees, very limited satellite TV reception. We'll stay here again.
This park is laid out on a circular ridge line in a pine forest. Most sites appeared to be level, while some had a noticeable incline. Lots of trees, some very close to the camping sites and road through the park, requiring careful driving in and out of sites. Cable TV is via DirecTV, with a central dish routed through a multiplexer and cables to each site. A limited number of DirecTV receivers are available. WiFi was very weak on the site we had, which was the most distant one from the CG office. Staff was very friendly and helpful.
This may be the best campground in the KOA chain. Well developed and exceptionally well maintained. Friendly and helpful staff. Well located for visiting Wilmington, UNC Wilmington, and Wrightsville Beach. Excellent WiFi. This is the only RV park in Wilmington. Unfortunately, the owners have established camping rates that are more in line with their monopoly, than the services provided.
This campground is a real jewel out in the middle of nowhere. Well laid out roads, easy back-in sites ringing a very nice lake. If you like peace and quiet, this is the place for you. It is an easy drive to Kitty Hawk and the outer banks. Excellent cable TV and WiFi. Very friendly and helpful staff.
Huge pull through sites well situated in a tall pine grove. Lots of places to walk pets. DirecTV reception good on southwest side of park. Access to I-95 was easy, but Interstate road noise was minimal. We'll use this park again.
We stayed here for a month at a rate of $525 per month, plus electricity. The campground staff is very friendly and helpful. Everything is well maintained. A variety of activities are planned throughout the month for those who wish to participate. Wi-Fi is excellent; we did not use the cable TV. Hiking trails and a small golf course on site. Excellent biking trails and paddling streams nearby. We hope to use this campground again someday.
Nice small campground in a beautiful country setting. Sites are long and wide. Easy maneuvering on interior roads. Staff very friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi is OK when only a couple of sites are using it, but comes to a virtual standstill when more than five sites are on-line. We would certainly stop here again.
This is still the best campground in the greater Anchorage area. Owner had to terminate free WiFi because of the cost. WiFi is now available by daily subscription at a cost of $10 a day. Ouch! Free WiFi available in Palmer Library. For hikers, there are a few trail-heads nearby which provide access to nearby peaks in the Chugach Mountains.
Very nice campground, located on lake with lots of trees. Excellent restaurant. We were in site 8, which was long and mostly level. WiFi was weak, but usable. We would certainly return to this campground.
A small park located behind the hotel and adjacent to the Yukon River. Sites were ample. Fuel, groceries, restaurant and bar are located nearby. The park was not bad, but poorly managed. We were assigned a site that was already occupied. I asked for another site, and advised the after hours manager, who was also the bartender, of the sites that were open. These included all of the pull-throughs. He stated that they were full, and I told him they were empty. He became argumentative, so I took another empty site. One other RV came in later, and was also assigned an occupied site. I would stay here again, but would try to arrive early in the day when someone knew more about the sites.
Beautiful location, short rive to Seward. Camp sites were ample, but required a bit of leveling. We had problems with the 30 amp service at the site, so used the 20 amp outlet. Laundry washers were in good condition, but small. WiFi worked well.
Excellent camp site carved out of a spruce forest. Located near the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center. Easy access from the ferry terminal. One of the friendliest camp grounds we have ever used, both from the staff and from the folks who are residents there.
This is a paved parking lot with RV sites marked by white lines. Back of sites are on a waterway which connects the boat harbor with the ocean. Sea lions, harbor seals and dolphins swam through the channel during our visit, as well as the passage of colorful fishing boats and yachts. Downtown Sitka is a short walk away. We were able to get DirecTV reception from the park. While not the best campground as far as amenities go, the location more than makes up the difference.
Located near the Chugach Mountains in a rural setting. Access to Anchorage, 40 miles away, either by the old Glenn Highway or the new highway. Nice laundry, clean restrooms and showers. TV is over the air from Anchorage. Wi-Fi accessible in all sites.
Very friendly, helpful staff. Located near Mendenhall Glacier Lake and Visitor Center. Excellent Wi-Fi. There are a few sites that have an opening in the trees that enables DirecTV reception. Short drive from Alaska Ferry Terminal.
Sites are short, close together and uneven. Streets are narrow, not providing enough room to maneuver a big trailer into back-in sites. This is a resort only because of its proximity to Palm Springs. In any other location, it would be a campground, and not a very good one. WAY overpriced for the value received.
This is a small campground which provides an excellent place to stay while visiting Digby and the Digby Neck. Also, easy drive to the historic town of Annapolis Royal and the reconstruction of the Port Royal site. Digby is the scallop center of Nova Scotia, and there are several excellent seafood restaurants near the campground. The campground staff is friendly, and knowledgeable of the best places to visit while in the Digby area.
Downwind from large paper mill, this place stinks. Roads in the campground were in bad need of repair, as were the restrooms and showers. Mostly occupied by seasonal residents, the sites available for overnighters were on the back side of the campground and accessible on a narrow curvy road. The only thing this campground has going for it is its proximity to the PEI Ferry. If you can, pass this one by.
Huge back in and pull through sites. Located near Ann of Green Gables sites, and central location on PEI provides easy access to sites all over the Island. Very helpful and friendly staff. Excellent WiFi throughout campground. One of the best KOA Kampgrounds.
This "resort" has 425 sites, 420 occupied by seasonal residents. The remaining five look like sites that none of the seasonal residents wanted. The reservation number listed for this campground is to a central reservation site in Florida. The persons I talked to there did not have any idea of how the camp sites were laid out. The manager of the campground told me that reservations are faxed to them, and that mine did not arrive before I did even though I had called 10 hours before. Pass this one by unless you are desperate.
Easy access to this camp ground while travelling between USA and Canada. Sites are side-by-side, providing little space for rigs with slide-outs. Although this camp ground was virtually empty when we camped here, the staff put another rig in the site next to ours, causing the new arrival to have great difficulty in setting up their rig. Very poor decision by the management.