The front desk at this KOA needs customer service/social skills training. We stayed upfront by the road, but it was surprisingly quiet. Walked the dog to the back area, it looks like it was really nice at one time, now it appears to have permanent campers. Pool and miniature golf looked alright. More than half the machines in the game room were out of order, and it had a very mildew smell. Not a destination campground, but not bad for a night of rest while traveling. We
camped at Hidden Acres Family Campground in a Fifth Wheel.