Date of Stay: November, 2011
A very cramped park with the standard KOA facilities. Interestingly, the sites with the least elbow room are the most expensive "premium" spaces with the paved patio. Also, these sites lack any shade. Many of the pull-through sites were far from level. (we noted several class As with their front wheels several inches off the ground.) The cable TV did not work and although it was brought to the staff's attention twice, it was never repaired.
Date of Stay: October, 2011
The staff was friendly, but this KOA is more accurately a parking lot than a campground. Most of the sites have little if any space. In our case, there was barely room for two folding chairs between our unit and our neighbors. Additionally, the site lacked a fire-ring and the hook-ups were awkwardly situated. Further, the highway noise is so overwhelming that outdoor conversation is difficult. As a final note, this is not a safe park for families with young children; the park employees race around the park after dark in golf carts with no lights well above the posted speed limits. Even as an "over night" this park is overpriced for what it offers.