Date of Stay: May, 2016
This is a very old and run down KOA. The entrance is located on a blind curve. If you miss it there is no place to turn around for several miles. Spaces are unlevel and full of weeds. It took three attempts to get level in our space. Permanent residents are noisy. Our neighbor, whose truck did not have a muffler, left for work at 5:30 every morning. Very annoying. No satellite service. Too many trees. The office staff is nice and very helpful. We would NOT stay here again.
Date of Stay: June, 2014
Don't be fooled by the pretty pictures on their web site. This place is run down and badly in need of repair. Our concrete pad was unlevel, cracked, and uneven. It was difficult to level our big rig. Some of the asphalt pads were in the same condition. The roads are worn out and there are many pot holes. Also, the roads are very narrow, making access to the site difficult. There are no level places to connect or disconnect your toad. The grass is dead and brown. A rip-off for fifty dollars a night.
Date of Stay: August, 2013
This campground has a NO REFUND policy. In my opinion, this is because once you pay and drive in, you will want to leave. It has been said that the roads are dirt and gravel. Well, they're 99% dirt. Dust everywhere. The permanent section is a dump, with trashy trailers and motorhomes. The first night we were there, five sheriff's deputies took away our neighbor. The front office personnel are rude and impolite. We had to leave three days early because of a family emergency. They refused to refund the difference and said the manager was unavailable. We will never go back.
Date of Stay: July, 2013
I would have rated this park higher if not for one thing: The homeless encampment on the east side, next to space 7. Tents, broken down cars, and trashy trailers. Otherwise, this is a very nice park. Large spaces, grass, cement pads. Just stay away from site #7.