I agree with the posting dated Oct. 2005. After 5 months on the road and staying at several RV campgrounds and State Parks, in retrospect, the wife and I voted this RV Park the most undesirable park we stayed in during our entire venture. This was our 3rd overnight stop on our way to South Carolina and we did not arrive until the early evening hours. After pulling into our space, we elected to open only the bedroom slide of our fifth-wheel and did not bother connecting to the available hook-ups. This park caterers to what one would consider “white trailer trash” and can hardly be considered a good “over night stop”. Do as we did: keep the 9MM handy and leave as early in the morning as you can.
Having read the ratings for this park on RV Parks Review web site, we decided to give this park a try for our 4 day Thanksgiving Day getaway. We found management to be very friendly but were very disappointed in the CG in general. Very few trees, lots of dirt and gravel with most all "choice spots" occupied by permanent residents. On the way to our site we felt as though we were passing through a “bone yard” of recycled RV’s. In actuality, it was the RV storage area. This CG was a total disappointment and we would not stay here again nor would we recommend it to friends.
This is one of those camp sites that appeared to be somewhat cramped and I stress the word "appeared." Our stay was for two nights in the off season and we pretty much had the entire camp to ourselves but on our walk about, we noticed that most of the sites were quite close to one another. The owners were very friendly and made us feel quite welcome. We would definitely stay here again.
As a “Newbe” to the world of RV camping (a real veteran of tent camping), I had always perceived KOA Kamp Grounds as a less desirable place to stay and should only be used when a overnight stay was required when getting from point A to B. The folks at Hixton/Alma Center KOA certainly changed my mind on that score. Their facility is conveniently located 3 miles off the interstate and is situated in a woodsy area that provides the feeling of being in touch with nature. After reviewing some before and after photos of this camp facility, it’s very obvious that these folks have put a lot of hard work to make this a wonderful place to stay.