Stayed here for the beet harvest, so the site was free while we worked the harvest. First impression was "What did we get into?!" This place is run down and in serious need of repairs. Most sites are so small there is no room to park even one vehicle. When I stepped out my door I could actually touch my neighbors rig! Got 2 inches of rain 2 days before we were going to leave and had to stay an additional 2 days just so the ground dried up enough to get out of our site. Nothing but a big mud hole. Had electric issues (our whole row lost power) and when I notified the owner she acted like I should fix the problem, which I thought was really funny and told her that is not going to happen. I will stay in a rest area before I would stay here again.
Campground appears to cater to families, yet they do very little to stop people from partying late at night. Sites are very small and difficult to get in and out of...even the pull through sites. You do not want to be here if it rains, as the whole campground turns into a muddy mess. Sites are just dirt and pine needles. No TV reception at all. Very overpriced for what you get and they charge for any extra activities. We will go out of our way to not stay here again.
This is one of the best KOA's, campgrounds we have ever stayed at and we have camped for over 30 years! Very friendly owners, all sites are LEVEL, wide and nicely paved roads, many of the buildings are newly remodeled or updated, very quite at night. Nice pet area.
We stayed here for a month and will never stay here again. Very limited shade, poor park roads, showers are run down, a lot of noise from the Interstate and the railroad, and the sand burrs are horrible, cats running all over the park. I wonder how this park gets a 5 star rating from Good Samaritan? I give it 5 out of 10 only because the laundry room is nice and their rate is cheap.