Spent one night en-route to Virginia from Georgia. Selected the campground, because it was convenient to I-95. Apparently the campground is up for sale. Our site was not level and a mix of sand/gravel. Staff was friendly, but we were not escorted to our site. Restrooms/ showers were clean. It was ok for an overnight stop, but would look for other campgrounds before using this KOA. We camped at Enfield / Rocky Mount KOA in a Motorhome.
Grounds level and clean for most part. Asked to be put in quiet site. We were given site next to what looked like a permanent resident ( had 3 large trash cans next to their trailer) with 2 small children, plus at dinner time 2 pickup trucks and car arrived to have dinner and drinking. Anything but quiet..kids riding bikes, yelling around out site. Wi-Fi was non existent, extremely slow. They only give you code for 1 device. Never had this at a KOA before. If you wanted more..you had to walk up to office, pay and they would give you a code. Over the air TV was non existent also. No major tv stations would come in. Tried to reloading 4 times and moving antenna, didn't work. Very disappointed in this KOA. Man who checked us in was condescending. We camped at Enfield / Rocky Mount KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $37.00
This is an older and dated KOA. The sites are so close that your awning opens over the neighboring site sewer connection. Fortunately, no one was there. The campsites are dirt/grass so it it rains be prepared for mud. Our Verizon service worked well.The best thing about this campground is its proximity to I 95. We wanted an easy on and off and this fit the bill. There are no restaurants, convenience stores at the exit or near the campground. Office staff was friendly and helpful. We would use it again for an overnight. We camped at Enfield / Rocky Mount KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $37.00
Nice little reasonably priced KOA right off of I-95, very convenient. Grass and gravel sites in a shaded, wooded area. Staff was friendly and efficient at check in. Pool was newer looking but, when we arrived in the evening, was in need of cleaning. Bathrooms were clean and showers were also, even in the evening. Camp store was well stocked. Very quiet location. Would stay here again. We camped at Enfield / Rocky Mount KOA in a Motorhome.
We were in B4, which was a long pull-through. Site was level but could have used some added crushed rock. Satellite and Verizon worked well. Grandsons dropped a few dollars in the game room. Nice pool. Camp store was lightly stocked. Drove 30 minutes to the Sylvan Heights Bird Park, which was very worthwhile. We would stay here again if we were in this area. We camped at Enfield / Rocky Mount KOA in a Motorhome.
This park is easy access off I-95. I found the staff friendly. Wife used the laundry and was pleased with everything. The bath house was clean, while a little dated in layout and needing some updates. Interior roads need gravel as do the parking sites. The parking area look as they had not seen work in several years. We camped at Enfield / Rocky Mount KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $40.00
Excellent choice for overnight stop when traveling along I-95. Easy off and on, about a mile from the interstate. Very quiet campground. Campground is older but everything worked as advertised. Campground is for sale but that should not have any impact on services. We will camp here again. We camped at Enfield / Rocky Mount KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $32.00
Stopped for one night on our way south. Didn't get to experience the totality of the campground, but what we saw was good. Quiet with spacious sites. Gravel with puddles because there had been some heavy rain. No trouble maneuvering with the car in tow. Couldn't rinse off the vehicles because campground is on a well, but pressure was fine and water was good. Meeting the owner was a pleasant experience. Colorful guy. This campground is on our list for next time we travel the I-95 corridor. We camped at Enfield / Rocky Mount KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $34.00
Typical KOA thruway park, but just far enough away from the highway (I-95) that noise was not an issue. We like to think of KOAs as 'the best surprise is no surprise' and this one was no exception. Everything worked. Staff were pleasant. WIFI facility was a bit weird, but no problem. Great overnight stopping place while en route, but nothing to hand around for. We camped at Enfield / Rocky Mount KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $35.00
The owners were gone for a week and were replaced by work campers from Florida. Very nice couple, interested in our knowing about the campground. This is not a destination CG but rather a way stop on trip up or down I-95. The husband worker helped remove and install my 40lb. LP tank. We camped at Enfield / Rocky Mount KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: December, 2011 - $39.00
I only give this KOA a 6 because there weren't many campers there and they said they had internet but it didn't work well and we had to pay for it and they don't have cable, we could get channels on the antenna but not great. The owners were very nice and pleasant! they have a dog run so we could let the dogs run around free in a confined area which I love and more campgrounds are getting them. We were traveling through from up north and called them and they were very friendly to just come on in to stay! We camped at Enfield / Rocky Mount KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $34.00
A decent spot for an overnight stop, and it's quiet enough to make it inviting to stay for a few days. With no cable TV or wi-fi, we were a little lost after two weeks at a grand "RV resort" in SC. But road-weary as we were, the quiet of the place was very welcome. There is very little lighting in this park, at least in the "A" section where most overnighters stay. Those concerned about "security" may find this disconcerting, but we thought it was great to have it dark at night, instead of fighting bright street lights. Unpaved sites with pine needles were a welcome respite after ten days on a concrete pad. This park may just become our midway stop on the drive from Baltimore to Myrtle Beach. We camped at Enfield / Rocky Mount KOA in a Motorhome.