Date of Stay: July, 2009
A nice campground with a friendly staff. Our site was a decent size with blue stone covering. One of the best set of seasonal campers we've meet-they were not snotty or sloppy like other seasonal campgrounds. Our only complaint-and this really doesn't have to do with the campground-is that we lacked any cell phone reception. The cell tower was too far away for our Verizon phone. Campers should be warned about this in case they are expecting an important call during their visit. Otherwise-great place to stay!
Date of Stay: May, 2009
This campground gets triple A's! The staff is friendly and helpful. The site was freshly raked (they clean the fire pits after each visitor)and everything was in working order. They offer more amenities than any other campground we have stayed at in the past (even cable tv had an abundance of channels-not just 10). There is so much to do at this campground that there is no reason to leave it. We will be returning again!
Date of Stay: September, 2008
Thumbs up for Elizabethtown KOA! Upon arrival we were greeted by friendly host who explained everything to us and escorted us to our site to be sure all was fine. The camp sites are roomy and our fellow campers were friendly and courteous. The pool was being worked on but it was a bit too chilly to swim anyway. They have an “All you can eat breakfast” on Friday and Saturday for a reasonable price. Even though we were a distance from the office the Wi-Fi worked well at our site. We look forward to staying here again when we are in the area!
Date of Stay: August, 2008
This is a great place to camp and relax. The rangers are friendly and keep a constant eye on the campground and any visitors. The sites are one of the largest we have been in! The water is located a distance from the other utilities. The lake is stocked with plenty of fish and there are numorous hiking and biking trails. The only fault is that tents can occupy any site leaving travel trailers without a site to occupy because they cannot fit in a tent site.
Date of Stay: August, 2008
Upon checking in the staff was very kind and emphazied quiet hours between 11 pm and 6 am it was just too bad they don't enforce it. We were nestled between a loud group of campers playing music over a loud speaker and a family of 15 hispanics playing their music till late in the evening. During the day the campers next to us had 5 children under the age of 2 who continued to cry and whine. We left one night early. The pool had no available chairs with just towels placed on the empty ones to reserve a space. Go carts were continuelly driven all day by seasonal campers at high rates of speed over dirt roads. My camper needed a bath by the time we got home. Enforcement of letting seasonal camper's dogs get off of go karts and do their business on empty transit sites was seen more than once. This is not a peaceful place to go.