With several exceptional Campgrounds in the Petoskey area I feel my choice of the KOA was a good one. From a courtesy phone call the day we were scheduled to check in, to a very helpful staff who assisted us with some email and fax issues, we felt totally at home. As has been said by others, this is the nicest KOA we have camped in. Highly recommended.
Great location-near I-285 and I-75 so easy access to downtown Atlanta. A bit difficult to find but accessible when you do. Found the staff to be quite accommodating when we decided to stay an extra night: even though they were full. Level sites with good Wi-Fi access.
We have been looking for a local Cincinnati campground for a few years as our daughter attends a local University. I have seen Winton Woods listed with medium reviews until recently, as the County has added large pull-through concrete pads with water and 50amp service. The campground is lovely with a large lake, walking trails and both wooded and open sites. The only reason I do not give this campground a '10' is under no circumstances should you drive on Winton Rd from I-75 as our GPS recommended. There is 6 miles of POOR roads: and I mean teeth rattling roads. I feel the Campground staff should have informed us when we called to reserve the site earlier that day.
This park is easy access to Atlanta. Attentive staff. Nice mix of older and upgraded sites on the lake. We had a pull thru without sewer. First 2 nights only had one leg of our 50amp service. They were unable to fix and we moved and given a free night. Only issue is the loud train whistles much of the day and night.
Last minute trip to Universal and looking for something close to the theme park. Turkey Lake Park is only 5 minutes away. Staff is very friendly. All back in sites. The main road is a bit narrow in a MH but not the worst I've seen-just take your time. Only a few full hook up sites but the dump station is on the way out and very convenient. Concrete pads were a nice surprise for this type of park. Worth twice the $15 spent. I did not notice any road noise from the nearby Turnpike. I would stay here again.
This is our 2nd trip to Boyd’s. We spent Christmas at the campground as well with our 2 daughters (20 and 23yrs). Nice family campground with a mix of RV's and 5th wheels. Beautiful small tent sites on the peninsula. A few perms but overall daily’s or weekly’s. The staff is very friendly and keep the park maintained. The pool has shade and a tiki hut for those not inclined to sun. The campground is at the beginning (mm7)of Key West but there is a bus downtown. The only reason I did not rate higher is age and location. If you are going to the keys and want REAL luxury for a big rig, stay at Bluewater Key at MM14.
Older park set among the trees. Owned by Melton so changing name and starting to upgrade. Most sites appear to be perms but we were just passing through so worked out fine. Pull thru at the back with no view except RV storage. 3 1/2 miles off I75 on the way to Marco Island. If you are looking for a quick in and out this fits the bill.
If you are going to the keys and want REAL luxury for a big rig and your tow, stay at Bluewater Key at MM14. This is the ultimate luxury waterfront campground in South Florida. All sites are privately owned and all have a small tiki hut. We stayed at Site 39-which was HUGE-and had a hut with bar that you can entertain 30 people! Clean beyond description and constant maintenance. Thank goodness we were on the leeward side (canal) as the winds were blowing up to 30 mph which kept our friends across the way up for much of the nite. Looking forward to going back in June