1 Park near Charlottesville, Virginia
Sep 2015 - $42.00
As with many KOAs this one is older, crowded and just OK. It's a fairly small RV park with gravel sites that are sortof level. The sites are close together and pretty small overall.
We generally avoid KOAs as they are generally subpar overall in our opinion. But this KOA was the closest to Charlottesville.
Even though it's "closest" it's still a good 6 miles south of town. It's on a small twisty road with dozens of off-camber turns - fun in a sports car, no fun in a motor home.
You'd think in a city the size of Charlottesville you'd at least have good cell service - but not here. "No Service" with ATT and only 1 to 2 bars with Verizon. And since the KOA's Wifi was so unreliable and no cell broadband it was pretty internet unfriendly.
The final mark against this place is the Men's Bath/Shower. There is only one - it had 3 toilet stalls and 3 shower stalls. That's it. So, in a park full of maybe 120 people you have a men's rooms without even any urinals to accommodate more than 3 men at a time. This resulted in long lines at the bathroom every day.
I've stayed in worse KOA's but cannot call this one a bright spot in the KOA system. - Creativepart
Aug 2015 - $43.00
Cleanest restrooms/showers I've seen in a while. Sites are gravel, mostly level. Very courteous staff. Closest to Monticello and very close to at least 6 wineries. Made me reevaluate my usual dislike for KOAs. - Casper2011
Aug 2015 - $52.00
This campground is off a narrow winding road. We were not shown to the campsite, just pointed in the right direction. The swimming pool is very clean. The restooms and showers are also very clean. The sewen, electric, and water are fine. The Cable TV has limited stations and some wavy lines on some stations. The Wifi is non-existent. The sites and roads are crushed stone and fairly level. Some of the larger motorhomes would have difficulty. This is an okay place for overnight. It is over priced. - Alabama Jim