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Date of Stay: April, 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. We camped at Dayton KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $54.00
Big rigs beware! This park was not designed for nor has it been modified for big rigs. The paths within the park are extremely narrow and the turns are ridiculously tight. The party who checked in after us drove a large motorhome with a tow and they tore out the sides of four storage doors from decorative boulders that are place throughout the park while trying to make one of the tight turns to their site. They were led to their site by a young female employee. My husband was a truck driver and had he not had that experience, we too would have damaged our motorhome. There are a lot of mature trees that need to be removed to allow motorhomes to maneuver around the park easier. We would never stay here again and would strongly recommend that rigs over 40 feet avoid this park. With that being said, it is a very pretty park and well maintained. It appears to offer activities for the kids. Camping here in a tent, cabin, or a small trailer is probably just fine but this is not a "big rig" friendly park whatsoever. It was also quite expensive at $54 a night. The Wi-Fi was very fast. The biggest positive about this park is that is a quiet park. We camped at Dayton KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $48.00
Great place. Best KOA ever. The only reason I rated this a 9 and not 10 was due to difficulty of getting a satellite signal due to trees. That and the acorn tree that dropped nuts all night long on the RV. Still, an A1 campground. The bathrooms are absolutely gorgeous. They are very new, clean and inviting. Even the building and landscaping is top notch. Although we didn't have children with us it looks they would be very entertained here. There is a small train ride they can enjoy, a sluice for mining gems, and a great pool. We camped at Dayton KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $38.00
Very nice RV Park, Lots for kids to do. Very friendly staff, escort to site. Sites are level. nice patio, Utilities worked as they should. New bathhouse. Lots of shade but not in the middle, ask for shade if you want it. We would stay here again. We camped at Dayton KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $53.00
This is an exceptionally nice park. They have it all. Staff are great and they do their jobs very well. What ever type of site you want is available here. Lovely landscaping, trees, stream and pond. Fun to walk trough the campground. Lots of activities for the kids, pool is NICE. The bath houses are very clean. A little bit of road noise but not enough to worry about. Pet friendly so if you don't like dogs,go elsewhere. We will go back again and again. Nice folks. We camped at Dayton KOA in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $35.00
Very nice and friendly staff and activities for children. Small fenced in pet run but has nice walk area in front of campground. Level gravel sites. Free WiFi with excellent coverage through campground. We camped at Dayton KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $50.00
Very nice, but very busy campground. I only over nighted here, but the night I was there they had a live band going and the place was packed. It is close to the interstate, but it was screened by some woods so not real loud. They had a new bath house that was amazing, it even had TV's in it. Very clean, friendly staff, nice store and pool, a top notch campground. We camped at Dayton KOA in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $52.00
Awesome staff, efficient during the mad rush at 5pm or so – full staff on board to assist those arriving. Best WIFI we have seen in long time at any campground. Cable TV not the best (very fuzzy) but suitable. Bath house very clean. We will return without hesitation. We camped at Dayton KOA in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $65.00
Typical KOA with small sites. We did have enough room to use the fire pit, but we had to move our TT after initial set up because we realized our slide was on top of our neighbor's fire pit. Lots of road noise. The "lake side" sites are really just over looking the retention pond. We camped at Dayton KOA in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $47.00
Excellent park, excellent service. Our assigned site was in the trees, so no satellite. Staff readily agreed to move us elsewhere, and gave us a choice of five other sites with fewer trees. This is a beautiful, well-maintained site. Had no problem maneuvering my 39' coach with toad to the sites. We camped at Dayton KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $44.00
A very nice KOA and extremely well kept with paved roads. This was an overnight stay for us in a pull through site with full hook ups. A little tight maneuvering around trees in with our 45' RV with tow vehicle attached. Will stop again when in the area. We camped at Dayton KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $42.00
This was a very nice Resort Type campground. There were many activities that children would enjoy. We were only stopping for one night so did not experience the numerous amenities. The Internet did not work well - I was able to upload blog narrative but no photos, the cable TV worked fine. Sprint cell phone worked well. Since our Sprinter is shorter than many of the long motor homes we were assigned to an area that was very quiet and shady. There was a short walk to the restrooms. If camping with children this would be a great location. We felt it was a little expensive since we really were not interested in all the extras. Friendly staff. We camped at Dayton KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $49.00
I swore I would NEVER stay at this place again but sometimes you have to do what you have to do. We have family in Huber Heights and this was the closest we could find. At $49 it is probably a usual KOA price but still way overpriced for what I got. Tight space with roads with rocks and trees fairly close so with a fifth wheel it was a tight turn at times. When I got to the site, the location of the electric hookup (the middle of the trailer) didn't allow me to stay back on the site with the tow out of the road. The teenagers running the place could care less about the guests. Fuzzy cable TV ( Direct off a dish I guess ); I finally used the antenna to get a decent picture. Wi-Fi that was slow to nonexistent. They charge guests $5 to come see you, and they have to park out in the north 40 with a dark walk back to their car in the evening. The sewer cap was so tight I couldn't get it loose and had to call for maintenance to come remove it, which they did at their leisure. I swear I will NEVER stay there again. It would be tolerable at a Passport America rate of maybe $25. We camped at Dayton KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $49.00
In the interest of full disclosure, we are new to camping and this was only our second campground. Check-in was easy and we were escorted to our site. For us, it was a wee bit tight, but I am sure that is us and not the site. Gravel roads, and cement patios. The bathhouse is brand-new and all ceramic tile - felt like a Caribbean resort! It was spotless every time I went in - which wasn't often. WiFi was slow at times but reliable. Lots for kiddies to do, but we didn't have any with us. We were here 4 nights, which was 3 longer than planned due to some truck troubles. They have a nice ice cream bar on-site. We were disappointed that on Saturday we were told they closed at 10 - but when we went at 9:15 on Sunday, we were told they closed at 9:00. On Monday, we got there at 8;15 and it was closed - it closed at 8:00 pm. The "pet area" is maybe 10x20, enough for a dog to do his business, but no room to run or play. We took our dogs off-leash in the grassy visitor parking area at the back of the resort to throw a ball around , lots of room and nobody to annoy. A very nice park. We will stay here again as Dayton is well situated for a first-stop for us. We camped at Dayton KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $58.00
We stayed here during a Ham radio convention and the place was packed for a few days. Our site was too tight for a big rig and there are very few sites available that allow for satellite. When we booked the reservation we were told we would have 50 amp with satellite availability. When we arrived we were put in a tight site with 30 amp and trees which touched the coach. Overall this campground is too expensive and too narrow for big rigs. We will find another option when visiting Dayton. We camped at Dayton KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
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