2 Parks near Fort Mill, South Carolina
Nov 2015 - $40.00
Had a flat, level, pull-thru cement site w/good electric, water and sewer connections. Park was clean and appears to be well kept. Halloween party was noisy but not unexpected. Staff at check-in/check-out were pleasant, friendly, and know how to smile. Close to shopping and restaurants. Have stayed her before and will do so again. - porty pop
Aug 2015 - $42.00
I read all the "bad" reports about this KOA. I always like to check for my self. I am glad I did. It is a FINE KOA.
One grumbling camper stated it was difficult to find the entrance. Well! Duh! If you read well, the sign clearly states NEXT right. Where the sign located , is at the entrance to Publix Grocery store. And when you turn the corner and see the sign for the first time, read the whole sign and you will not have any trouble.
2nd grumble, the roads are bad... No they are not. They are fine for a campground, our site is level and clean, with a concrete pad. Nothing is run down. We were greeted in the small ( sort of like a trailer) office, by a very nice gentleman who walked with me to two different sites and let me choose which I'd like better. Everything was done efficiently and properly . We reserved a pull through, that's what we got, and the gentleman even helped us square up our rig. I am so glad we decided to ignore the nasty reviews this KOA got in the late spring.... Our host was dressed very smartly too in dress slacks and a bright Yellow KOA shirt. I highly recommend this KOA. By the way... The pool IS open too.. One last comment. We arrived 1 hour ago, and already we are pleased with everything. - Audrey Dunton
May 2015 - $42.00
Our family has enjoyed this campground for many years but no more as the campground quality has significantly declined over the last couple years. KOA should remove this campground from their system as it no meets the standards expected from a KOA. What once was a clean, well maintained, family friendly campground is no more. The jumping pillow and mini-golf have been removed. The playground was unavailable and the pool was closed for renovation but appears to have been "under construction" for quite some time now. Upon entering you are told to go to a new office but a sign there redirects you back across a parking lot to a store to register. An escort to your site is no longer provided. Our site was listed as a back-in site but due to the reconfiguration of the campground to intersect a number of sites in the front with a chain link fence, it would have been impossible to back my motorhome into the site if required. Fortunately no one was on the adjacent site and I was able to pull through (many of the sites are listed as pull-through but become back-in if campers are placed on both the front and rear of the site). The lack of another camper in the adjacent site was also fortunate since the water bib did not work at our site and I had to run an extra length of water hose across my site to use the water at the other site. The site was also littered with cigarette butts. My wife used the restrooms during a peak demand time in the motorhome and found them clean but also discovered that three of the five showers didn't work. Cable TV worked well but Time Warner is switching many of their channels to digital and you will soon need an adapter to view them. We didn't use much of the free Wi-Fi but performance was acceptable. Overall, we were very disappointed in our experience this time and will visit another nearby campground on our next visit to the area. - Wolfpacker
Fort Mill, South Carolina (map) | (803) 547-3500
Sites: 138 | Latest Rate: $34.00 | 24 Reviews
Jan 2016 - $34.00
This park is convenient to Charlotte, NC. The office staff is very friendly and helpful. I agree with the previous reviews, not much to add. I understand if you are here for several months, the office will give you a wi-fi modem which is very helpful in such a large park. - lateblumer
Dec 2015 - $39.00
We stayed here three nights to attend the Belk Bowl in Charlotte, NC. This was a convenient location for visiting Charlotte. Sites were asphalt. As happens with many asphalt sites, the sites were sloping across the site. For us that meant having to level by putting downslope wheels on about 4 inches of wooden blocks. Almost all the campers around us had to do the same. This is a nice campground, but most sites were occupied by long-term occupants. Our site was a pull-through, but we had to back out of it. There was no way to pull forward out of the site and make the turn on the camp road in front. It was too tight with trees in the way. We would camp here again if in the Charlotte area. - jwindham
Aug 2015 - $34.00
Stayed here 4 nights in a 40 foot MH, Friendly check in service, good 50 amp, water sewer, wifi very slow, could not get cable to work, BUT that was probably my fault, haven't used cable in years. Too many trees for Satellite dish. I was parked in site 42, long enough site for coach and car although it was a bit slanted. It appears that a lot of the sites are for seasonal or permanents, that's ok as they were all clean and pretty well kept. This place is in an area that is still being developed housing wise, lots of construction and lots of traffic, BUT the park was a quite place.
We would return. - walt66