Date of Stay: August, 2012
Pulled in Friday night a bit before 10pm. We checked in and were assisted in taking our tow dolly to a parking location with their gator (great service since the dolly would not fit at our site). Next we were escorted to our site and assisted in backing in the RV. Great service!! They have a pancake breakfast, coffee and wine shop, impressive store with RV amenities, groceries, and gifts. There are plenty of activities at the KOA and outside the grounds with river rafting and Harpers Ferry itself. The shuttle to Harper's Ferry is a short 2 minute drive from the KOA. Only downside is the Wi-Fi was not connecting at the pool for some reason. Impressing grounds and staff. We will be back for sure as we already booked our second stay.
Date of Stay: May, 2012
Stayed for 4 nights and loved it. We had the ocean front premier sites which are level and paved! Nice campground with a family atmosphere. The pool and clubhouse were clean and well utilized. We were a short walk to the beach, which made our stay even better. You can hear the ocean all night from your RV. There are plenty of activities planned by the camp to keep people busy. They have a nice game room, tennis, basketball and mini-golf. The indoor and outdoor pools were nice and clean. They recently renovated the clubhouse after Katrina, very well done. The staff was friendly, nice, and was able to answer all our questions. Couple down sides, WiFi was terrible except in the clubhouse and the water was salty and cloudy even with a filter. We tend to use bottled water anyways so was not a huge deal. Pets and cable are extra, but gotta deal with it to have a great OBX experience. There are a couple gas stations in Rodanthe along with a couple places to get food/groceries. Head down to Avon for a Food Lion and eat at Catch 55 (awesome!). Don't miss Camp Hatteras when heading to OBX! We will come back for sure!
Date of Stay: May, 2012
We stayed here overnight on our way to another place . Pulled in after hours and the map with our campsite number was nicely label on the front door of the office. We made our way to the site, slowly but surely as the road names are hard to see at night. The site was nice and clean, I think we were E45. Looks like a great place to spend a few days when visiting Williamsburg as it is just a few miles down the road. Wifi was decent, site was dirt and level (not sure if they have paved sites). We will be back for sure!
Date of Stay: July, 2008
What a great place to get away to!! We arrived around 10:30pm and Erich was still up and escorted us to our site. Woke up in the morning to birds chirping and a great view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Resort was full for the Holiday weekend but everyone was respectful. The owners are great, polite, accommodating and run a tight resort making sure that everyone is happy and the campers are all following the rule. One side is surrounded by a nice corn field the other side has a magnificent view of the rolling hill side, mountains and a field of sheep. Wi-Fi was decent, dropped out a few times only do to the thunderstorms that were rolling though. Had a gentleman playing a guitar and singing on Sat night, also they have a huge Yurt that they use for various entertainment (if weather is bad and cannot be done outside). I would recommend this resort to anyone that is looking for a great getaway. Cannot say enough about this place. We will be back numerous times (already booked).
Date of Stay: June, 2008
Stayed here on the way to Myrtle Beach, pulled in around 11:30pm. The map was ready and waiting for us to find our site, well lit campground. Pull though sites were perfect for our 30' and toad. Well groomed grounds, clean and quiet. There is even a fenced off leash dog play area. I was impressed that it was so close to I-95 as some places claim to be close and are not. We would definitely stay here again.
Date of Stay: June, 2008
Great place to take the family! Clean, comfortable and close to both the main Myrtle Beach attractions and shopping (Walmart, Lowes etc). Golf carts a plenty here, but all were respectful and polite with their driving. At night the carts (with both familes and just teens) "cruise" with music playing (not obnoxiously though) and lights on the carts. Plenty of the resort patrol around to ensure things don't get out of hand. Quiet time is at 11pm and the park is quiet as can be, very enjoyable. Great area of beach too.
Date of Stay: May, 2008
This was our first experience at this resort and we were very impressed. Huge sites, full concrete pads and each site had a great view. Only a minute or two to walk to the ocean and 20 minutes from the tourist VA Beach area. Owners of other sites were extremely friendly and helpful. Booked for August already and plan on going back numerous times.