Date of Stay: August, 2011
We camped here for free for 2 nights in return for a sales pitch. Dusty sites, and you're either in total darkness or in the parking lot. The cabins look like they belong in the 6o's and for $50 it's expensive. Our biggest complaint is about the sales staff. When we told them we decided against purchasing (after the sales pitch), we didn't only not get the "gifts" we were promised ($50 gas card and some other stuff) but got the cold shoulder and were not feeling very welcome. We left as soon as we could. The facilities are just OK, a bit too strict on the kids and the kids club was not in great shape. Not a 5 star, KOA's will give you better value for the dollar.
Date of Stay: July, 2011
After being washed out of a WA state park with our water pump and heater not working, this KOA was a very welcome retreat. The staff was excellent and the facilities clean. Could use some updating, but all the promises in the guide were fulfilled. We'll be back!