This campground is old and tight with many lower class permanent residents and is grossly overpriced as are many KOA's. Advertised wide grassy sites were nothing but pickers and dead leaves, which we had to spend hours combing out of our dogs. Staff was okay and had to come and roust out a car parked in our spot which wouldn't have been necessary if there was an escort to your site. Will not stay here again, would rather stay at a Wal-Mart for free!
Grossly overpriced, tight, nothing but dirt, no patio, inadequate and dirty laundry facilities, no one to show you to your site. Just awful and would NEVER stay there again. Woodall's rating hugely overstated and park must have been "Campground of the year" at least 100 years ago.
Stayed based on information that they had pet breed restrictions, parked close to pit bulls, could not walk our little dogs, complained to useless manager who said anything goes as long as owners sign a waiver so no breed restrictions. Drive in through a dump of a lumber yard into park so tight we had to disconnect car to maneuver in. Only good feature was the maintenance fellow who tried to be helpful. Heard from other campers that manager was always unresponsive to the many complaints about the park and very apologetic.
Absolutely filthy! Would value this park at about $15.00. Filed complaint with KOA and received their canned letter in response. KOA is not a good choice, even for just overnight. Check in staff just awful, seemed a little slow...
Not as advertised, when asked for a more suitable site, told to go elsewhere. Looks like a haven for very low class, permanent residents. Someone tried to enter our neighbor's motorhome during night, they left and so did we. What a dump!