The site we were on had fine dirt and was close to the restrooms/sink station. Overall, nice and quiet. We didn't get a chance to see the playground. We heard the managers making the rounds after 10pm for campfires. The staff that greeted us was friendly. Looks like a popular site and would stay here again.
This was our first KOA experience. We are a family of 5 with 3 children. The facilities were nice (restroom and laundry); looked like they were getting some updating. We camped in 2 tents on a grassy, level site. The area was pretty quiet. We had to ask to have the sprinklers turned off as they were watering on the edge of our site and watering the electrical outlet. We had to insist. The front desk lady was not the friendliest and a bit brusque. The playground equipment is very outdated and not shaded at all. Overall, the site worked for a pitstop along the way. Other KOA sites are much nicer.
We camped here in 2 tents which ended up being very crowded with the water and electrical outlet in a "deluxe" tent site (#28). Our site was very unlevel and crowded for our 2 tents. Our table was on a plateau about 2 feet higher than area for our tent which was half dirt/mud and grass. Luckily, the adjacent tent sites were not occupied. The other tent sites on the other side of the campground had gravel/rocks so we opted for the uneven site (the staff was very accommodating in letting us pick the site and switch if needed). We had to park our car alongside the site and it was a steep incline. We were very close to the bathrooms/shower/laundry facility at the back of the campgrounds which was very nice (better than the front restrooms/showers). It was nice to be able to send our kids over for the restroom and tend laundry quickly. The RV sites looked nicer and more level. It was a quiet area, too.