Date of Stay: February, 2010
We decided to escape the cold VA weather and two hours later were on the road to Disney. Fort Wilderness is an amazing campground! There's so much to do without even going into the parks. Bath houses were very clean along with the entire campground. Only reason for giving the park a 9 was because of the internet. It's $10 per day and you have to go to certain Wi-Fi locations to get service. Seems VERY steep to me. Also had to add $5 per day because we had a pet. Nightly rate does not include those add-ons. We brought our bikes, so there was no need for the golf cart. Stayed in the 1000 loop which was very convenient to the nightly campfire and big pool, but the spaces were very close together, compared to how spacious others were. All-in-all, had an amazing time and can't wait to go back!
Date of Stay: January, 2010
Just returned home from our first camping trip at the Charlotte KOA. We thought the campground was pretty good. Pros: friendly staff, great playground with jumping pillow for the kids, Wi-Fi worked well from the campsite, cable hookup, dog walk area. Cons: price seemed a little high, gravel/dirt sites made for a muddy mess in the RV due to the rain. Didn't make use of the bath houses, laundry facilities, or swimming pool, so I can't offer a comment on those features. Enjoyed our weekend a lot and would stay there again!