We have stayed here several times and we will again. As KOA members we have a discounted rate. It is one of the nicest KOAs in the country. It's rustic and rural, extremely well maintained with landscaping providing privacy between sites. Site slightly off-level, but nothing not easily remedied. Beautiful grounds. Restrooms immaculate. Don't know about Wi-Fi because we use our phone to connect. Didn't use the pool but it is beautifully clean and large.
You do not expect a lot of space when you come to a resort/vacation area like Garden of the Gods, but this park makes the best use of what it has. It is extremely clean, neat, well-shaded. Facilities are pristine and excellent from laundry to bathhouse. The park has been completely redone since we were here last nearly a decade or so ago and I hardly recognized it. The staff is very accommodating, helpful and friendly and one even went out of her way to help me find the 2nd laundry room I didn't know existed when the main one was all in use. This truly is the nicest park in the area and we will be back!
We did not bring family here, but it would be a nice place to do so. Playground, pool (very clean), putt-putt golf. Very clean area. Nice bathrooms and laundry. Only drawback is that the sites are very close together. Would definitely go back for a short stay. There are a lot of campers who are full time and working on the pipeline. In contrast to many parks where there are long-term residents, this one was clean and nice, not trashy looking like so many get to be.
Do not expect this to look like a campground. If I expected that, my rating would be a 2. I give it a 5 because it provides a clean and tidy place to stay if you're site seeking or short duration business trip. Sites are nearly on top of one another--neighbor's sewer line is right next to our picnic/grill spot, and actually on our space. There is hardly room for vehicles and the layout makes for some interesting maneuvering to get around vehicles. Their awning is over top of their neighbor's on the other side. The park however, is clean, restrooms adequate, and the proprietor is helpful and accommodating. Most sites seem to have cement pads for the table. And the area is pretty well shaded with nice trees.
Only spent one night as a stopover for a long trip, so this review reflects only that a) men's room was unavailable the entire evening, night, and morning. b) pull-through sites are extremely tight side-to-side--neighbor's picnic table nearly touched our slideout, and there was no place for them to have moved it closer to their own site. c) entrance has a wooden fence make the necessary very wide turns for large rigs, esp. Fifth wheels with large truck and long camper, very difficult. Pushed us nearly to the ditch on the other side of the road while exiting. Otherwise, this does appear to be a very nice place, particularly accommodating for longer stays, seasonals, families with children.
Rate = monthly. Stayed here for proximity to family living in metro area. Most campers are seasonal or permanent residents as evidenced by personal decks, gardens, lawn furniture, etc. If you want a really nice site, you have to book in January, I'm told! Positives: spacious sites, lots of trees around, though not many in Z section where we stayed this time. Very scenic with the lakes, swans and geese. Good laundry facilities. Restroom clean. It's a huge campground and groundskeepers work continuously. Couple of nice sandy beaches and swimming areas, and some playgrounds and large grassy areas where camping groups may play games such as volleyball if they have the equipment. Negatives: Our site in Z section poorly paved and not level with very large stones (torn up asphalt)/gravel making it difficult and dangerous to walk over. Could easily turn an ankle. Reported to office clerk who said she hadn't heard of this issue but said someone would check it out. No one has so far, but we're staying several more weeks. Dirt roads to enter grounds and throughout grounds so it's pretty messy when it has recently rained. Road to the campground has lots of potholes.
Weekly rate. Site was a tad small side-to-side and a bit unlevel with mud ruts from spring rains before us. Most sites where we were are permanent /seasonals. Not sure about the other half of the property. Family-owned and run, and they are working like crazy on improvements. It's a beautiful spot. Restrooms are excellent. For families, there is a nice playground and swimming hole separate from the lake which is for fishing, and we enjoyed a little kayaking there. Definitely a place to return to.
Cleanest restrooms I've ever seen in a campground! Have stayed here before and there have been great improvements in the look of the area with young trees now coming up. Good pull-through sites available. Sites are quite spacious, although I would not want neighbors on our left to use the fire pit. It's too close. They say there is WiFi, but it was too weak to accommodate us although we were only a short ways from the office. There is also a pool but it is not yet open. Nice playground for kids.
Only stayed one night, passing through, but it's a very pleasant, clean, quiet park we'd stay in again. Appears to have many seasonal long-term sites, notably well-maintained, no "trailer-trash" here like we've seen in so many other places!
We were not warmly welcomed in the office on arrival, but next day there were only temporary staff because regulars were out sick, so perhaps that was the reason for what felt like a cool reception. Nice wooded surroundings, but sites are very close with alternating hookups such that for us, the hookups were on the door side. Two fire-pits on one side because of this awkward staggered arrangement. Had to park the truck elsewhere as no room on our site. It's off season so it was raining, making the sites and roads very muddy as they were inadequately graveled. Our whole site was flooded for two days. Small laundry was clean, but expensive. $2 for small washer tub (no large ones), $3 to dry a load of towels. Excepting those points, and some trashy-looking permanent units, it looks like it would be an okay place in season with its pool and playground for the kids. Would have rated it higher if sites were well graveled.
Only stayed here two nights to re-provision and visit a friend while passing through after an overseas trip. Site was adequate, though a bit small as older parks tend to be. The new owner immediately took care of a slight problem with the electric box. Clearly, improvements to the grounds are being made and it is looking very nice. Staff cheery, friendly and accommodating. Bathrooms/showers very nice and clean. Laundry facility, though small, was one of the best I've seen and not overly priced like most!
Three nights to visit and explore Williamsburg. Sites butt right up to the railroad tracks, literally not more than 30 feet away which was interesting. They do run around the clock, but didn't disturb our sleep as we had "white noise" on at night. Sites are small. Fire pit was situated where our RV door opens so I moved it. Could enjoy a campfire OR have awning down, but not both, as sites are too close together. Watch out for poison ivy around sites. Presumably people visit here to explore the town as did we, not for camping, and for this purpose it is just fine.
We only spent a total of 3 nights here and only to prepare for an overseas trip,and sleep upon our return. All staff were very efficient, helpful and professional. All our needs were met. Our site was adequate size for us though not spacious. This older campground generally was clean, well-maintained, in a pretty wooded area. We also stored our RV and truck in the gated/locked facility during our overseas trip and were very impressed with the care taken to ensure security. Most impressive was the extra care taken by staff who saw to multiple small needs making us feel totally welcome and comfortable, including shuttling us to and from the airport. This service was well worth the small fee as overseas travel can be stressful. Thank you! We'd certainly consider this campground for a future stay should we wish to explore the Atlanta area in future.