Date of Stay: December, 2015 - $38.00
The campground has a country feel but very convenient to Rte 81. Nice and quiet at night, though. Large new dog park. Nice views. Seems to be quite a few kids activities on the campground for the summer months.
The manager helped us with some systems problems we had on the coach's maiden voyage. Very nice and friendly, willing to take the time to help us find the source of the problems. A lifesaver, really. We were very apprehensive that something was very wrong with the water pump but he found a loose filter and tightening that did the trick.
As usual, KOA very organized with the reservations and sending you an email receipt, which is a help rather than having a lot of loose slips of paper to deal with.
We will stay here again when we are on our way back from Florida. We camped at Wytheville KOA in a Motorhome.
Spent one night at this campground. We were assigned a site, but could not get 50 amp power to our unit. The staff immediately move us to another site while they repaired the power pedestal. Another unit moved in to that site within an hour and didn't appear to have any problems. The campground is off the interstate, but traffic noise is not a problem. Facilities were typical KOA and appeared clean and adequate. Our kids enjoyed the pool, which had a slide. We would camp here again. We camped at Wytheville KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $36.00
This is a fairly small KOA but it has many amenities for kids and families. Our stay was a little before prime season so the park was fairly empty. You go through a residential area with narrow streets before reaching the park, but the park streets are wide and easy to maneuver.
The streets and the pads are gravel. Even though it is easy access from I-81/I-77, you do not hear any road noise. The WiFi worked reasonably well. We will consider staying here again if in the area. We camped at Wytheville KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $45.00
What to say, first we reserved two sites next to each other so we could camp awning to awning. We were given site numbers with our reservations. When we got there, the campground had four units in it but our site was given away. So they stuck us in two tight sites that were all dirt. WiFi dropped out all the time and some of the staff was rude and others were great. Luck of the draw depending on your need. Playground for the grand kids was just OK. They did like the sluice but that is 7-10 dollars a bag so keep on adding is in place again. The arcade was nice since it rained all weekend and we had the only kids. The batting cage was a value the rest the normal ripoff. Will not stay there again but it is a fine place for an overnight if you are traveling thru. We camped at Wytheville KOA in a Motorhome.
They are apparently under new ownership as evidenced by all their PR materials. This place has fallen considerably since the last time we stayed here 2 years ago. Then the grounds were immaculate and the bathrooms spotless. This year, there was bare ground where beautiful landscaping/flowers once were. The bathrooms and showers were absolutely filthy. Granted we stayed here on 7/6, the Saturday after the 4th, so it was very busy. You had your typical "holiday" campers in the park with little to no respect for other people's sites. We never hold that against a campground as they can't control people's manners/etc. What we do hold campground's accountable for is cleanliness. When we checked in I counted 4 staff members sitting around a desk off to the side eating while a young male sat next to the check-in counter eating out of a styrofoam take out container using a cooler or something as a table. The young lady checked us in quickly and was nice enough. I remarked to my wife that there was plenty of help in the park, maybe for the holiday occupancy pressure. Throughout the evening we watched them ride around on golf carts and a John Deere Gator, assuming they were really taking care of the facilities. That was until we walked into the bathrooms. The upper bathhouse was deplorable according to my wife as she took our daughter up there. We assumed that it was because of it being near the tents and there being a LARGE group of kids (probably late teens/early 20's) sleeping in tents operating out of a box trailer and it being nearly impossible to keep on top of it. The next morning, however, we went to the bathhouse connected to the office. It was deplorable as well. Cigarette butts on the floor, toilet paper on the floor, the trashcan overflowing and used washrags left on the floor of the shower stalls. They also apparently maintain their once a day cleaning schedule. This obviously works in the off season, but when you have pressure of a holiday weekend, you need to clean more often. They had plenty of people in KOA uniforms standing/riding around; apparently none of them were the cleaning staff. We will not stay here again. We camped at Wytheville KOA in a Motorhome.
This park is off the highway so it is nice and quiet. The sites are gravel with full hookups, a picnic table and cable TV. There is a pool and a Family Run Center for kids. The office building includes a store, TV room, a laundry room and a bath house. The park is an older KOA so for the $40 rate including tax and using our KOA Camp Card for a 30 amp site it is a little overpriced. We camped at Wytheville KOA in a Motorhome.
Used for an overnight on our way home. Very friendly staff. A lot of rain prior to our arrival, so area was really wet. Sites were gravel and not as level as they could have been. Manager apologized in advance for this, but we were able to level up with jack pads. Would stay here again under similar circumstances. We camped at Wytheville KOA in a Motorhome.
Do NOT follow your GPS to Hummingbird Lane, turn at Blue Sky road. Roads and sites are gravel. I just got my 37 foot m/h in, width OK. Park is clean. Water, power, and cell (AT&T) were good. We camped at Wytheville KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $35.00
We've stayed here several times before and it remains one of my favorite overnight stops in the US for price, convenience, maintenance, and overall friendliness. This time we arrived just after a torrential downpour but were met at our assigned site by a employee that immediately directed us to a dryer venue. Can't comment on longer stay potential. The pool looks first class, however. East/West or North/South layover point - this campsite is the one. We camped at Wytheville KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Very well located campground. Clean park with a big pet area. My dogs loved to run around off leash here. Some of the sites are a little bit close together but there is still enough room for slide-outs on both sides. Free WiFi. Lots of trees and grass areas. I would camp here again. We camped at Wytheville KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a great site for the kids. They have a water slide at the pool, mini golf, batting cages and an arcade. They did a flashlight candy hunt at dark and they also hosted karaoke, which was fun. The sites were level and shady. It was a good location, right off of the freeway, but not close enough to hear it. We used this as a stop on our way from TN through VA. We stopped at the Natural Bridges on our way out, only 2 hours away, which was worth the stop and nicely located near the park. I would stay here again. We camped at Wytheville KOA in a Motorhome.
Typical KOA, sites were a little cramped, all utilities worked fine, the campground was well maintained. The kids playground was a miss match of old Playschool slides and a metal swing set. This area could really use improvement. Restrooms were not the cleanest, spider webs, etc. We camped at Wytheville KOA in a Travel Trailer.