Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $50.00
Mostly a seasonal campground. Transient sites are small, narrow and difficult to access with anything larger than a tent trailer. No full hookups or 30 amp service on non seasonal sites as far as we could tell. Dogs everywhere with the copius mounds of dog excrement to prove it. Pool was fairly clean but other than that, not at all what we expect from the KOA brand. It feels more like jim bob's private camp for four wheeling and boozing. Nothing wrong with that, but not what one expects when staying at a KOA. We camped at Marmora KOA in a Travel Trailer.
This was our first time camping here & we just LOVED it! There's so much for the kids to do & there's also ATV trails so if you have an ATV, bring it! The people here are very friendly and offer nightly tractor rides around the park. There's an indoor & outdoor pool & they're maintained very well! The only thing I'd like to see is the indoor pool needs some work on the cement because it gets very slippery. Overall, a GREAT campground! We camped at Marmora KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Initially stayed here due to having family nearby; however we would recommend this campground for those who wish to get out in the country for peace and quiet. Staff was courteous and helpful while we were there. Yes, there are friendly long-term campers, both friendly and helpful - we returned to camp one night to see our awning taken down as the neighbors were concerned about the wind blowing too hard while we were gone. Interior roads are a bit rough in back of the pool area. Mini-golf, large areas to play games, nice pool, playground make for a great family campground. Not sure I would take a motorhome into this campground. We camped at Marmora KOA in a Travel Trailer.
This park appeared to be primarily for season long campers. There seemed to be a limited number of daily sites. The sites were very close together. WiFi was just activated in the office area and sites close by that could pick up the signal from the office router. The park was much further away from the major east/west highway 401 we were traveling than we realized. Lake Ontario was about one hour south. We camped at Marmora KOA in a Motorhome.