Date of Stay: September, 2011
Five stars. This is what a campground should be. The person who registered us was friendly and helpful. The sites were spacious and private, quiet, and clean. Great transportation into the city using the bus and Metro. Facilities are first class. I stayed here twice when visiting D.C. and will again next time I visit. Since I use a 3G ATT Mifi, I had five bars and fast Internet any time I wanted. Perfect campground in every way.
Date of Stay: August, 2011
The first thing you see is a dump truck driving into the park. The owner-wife talked on the phone and ignored us for 10 minutes when we walked onto the office to register. Her husband then came in without saying a word and flipped on the TV. After paying the fees we went to the site, which was narrowly between two trees behind a mud hole. We changed sites, and found the full hookups were not possible to use at the same time as the electric and water were at the very front of the site and the waste pipe 30' at the rear. Park sites were not in good shape as was the park itself. Apparently there is gun range not far away as gunshots could be heard all afternoon and evening which proved to be so close as to be unsettling. The requisite KOA store closed early and you had to use a walk-talkie to get someone to come to the office. And KOA says this camp received a president's award in 2010. From this experience I decided to not stay at a KOA in the future if I have a choice. I would never stay in this mosquito infested place again.