This is a good overnight stop. Sites were reasonable level and facilities were clean. The local TV signals are poor and there is no satellite or cable available. We used our DVD player and watched a movie to unwind after a full days drive. The WiFi signal was good.
Stayed overnight enroute from Arizona. Overall, the campground is a good overnight stop. Our disappointment was the WiFi Internet access. During the evening, the signal was strong but access was impossible. It would appear that there is not enough bandwidth to accommodate the number of campers. The park looked like it was perhaps 30% full. We finally got through at 5:00AM to send one email.
What a disappointment for a KOA! Talk about over-priced! Wow! The price of $36.92 a night only included electricity. No water or sewer hookups and no WiFi. There also was no cable or satellite TV available. Imagine that - all of nothing for that price. It felt like "highway robbery". I have this one on my "do not return" list.
I have stayed at this park at least 4 times over the last two years. Each time, the sites are muddy, uneven and the WiFi advertised is never available. I believe the modem or router is disconnected since bringing the laptop to the main building provided no change to the signal. There is "no signal". It appears that the property has changed management or ownership. However, signage on I-69 exit signs identifies it as a KOA. If an option was available at the time of the year I am returning from the South, I would avoid this stop.