1 Park near Brookville, Ohio
Jul 2015 - $35.00
This is a very nice park. Typical KOA. Adequate spaces but some can be tight in a 45ft motorhome. Staff was not clear on where to put us. Good wifi.
In a big rig I would recommend going to look at the sites before trying to get in one. - Tom Oelsner
Apr 2015 - $56.00
Very nice koa. The ground were well kept and facilities were very clean, though the restrooms by the office are a bit dated. There was access to a large field, where my two kids could throw the baseball/football and play soccer, this was very nice. Nice pretty lake with fishing, no license required.
Only downsides are typical KOA drawbacks. Sites are very close together, if you want more seclusion, select a site in the back (site 100 is right by the fields and a bit larger, we'll stay there next time if it's available). Turns are a little tight, if the park was crowded I could see larger rigs having some trouble on the turns. Of course, they have activities, but everything costs money, so bring your own entertainment. The playground is really for younger kids (maybe 3-6 years old). There is near constant noise from the interstate, not super loud, but definitely there.
Overall, we were very pleased with our stay and would stay here again. - pcshorter
Apr 2015 - $64.00
Somewhat disappointed with this stay. Our rate included $4 for 2 kids, $4 for 50 amp and $2.5o for our car. Now the 50 amp I can understand but we were penalized because our car was not on a tow dolly or on a tow bar. We have stayed in the past and were very happy. The good: Adequate room for our big rig (although the park was 1/2 empty, full might make a difference). The new bathhouse was very nice and the addition of cable made it better then the past. The BAD: charging $2.50 for our car because we didn't have it on the tow dolly or tow bar. Then they wanted us to park it clear across the park in the "visitor's lot." We refused and asked for accommodation or a longer site since the park was 1/2 empty. They instead told us we could wiggle it in the spot with the MH and make sure we were not in the roadway. The fire rings were packed full of leaves and needed cleaned, nobody was cleaning them but plenty of people were riding around on golf carts. We are KOA card holders and have always used them for short stays as we know what we are getting and we understood their add-ons. It seems that this was over the top. If I towed a TT in there, they would not charge me for an extra vehicle, but since my DW followed me in we were charged. Also I think that $2/kid is a little over the top when you are going to also charge them for everything they do. Again, I do not quibble about the $4 upcharge for 50A as we understand that our coach uses 95% electric and we should pay for it since we use more than the average camper might. This may be the last time we use this CG due to their fees being higher than what we experiences in other KOA's. - Godsey97