We love this park. Recent interior roadway paving has made it even better. It's close to Colonial Williamsburg and lots of shops and places to eat. If they would cut a few more trees that are too close to tight turns and have some limbs too low, I would rate it a 10.
Although a lot of improvements have been made to this park, for the price, I expect more. I can stay at a Good Sam 10/10/10 rated RV park in Williamsburg for less cost and get a concrete pad and patio with brand new asphalt roadways. At this KOA, most of the sites are gravel and the asphalt roadways need repair. Also, I reported a problem with a loose sewer connection the first day we were here and it was never taken care of. They need a better system for tracking maintenance requirements. Overall the park is still good and we would stay here again, but it's not our first choice anymore.
This is a very nice park! I would have rated it a 10, except the roads are a little narrow and it is tight getting a 40ft 5th wheel and long-bed tow vehicle straight onto the site without pulling through and backing up. Otherwise everything here is exceptional! Highly recommended.
Rate reflects Passport America rate. We intended to just stay here overnight on our way further south, but our traveling companion's tow vehicle had a major mechanical problem and we ended up being here for five nights. The owners were extremely helpful and gave our friends the Passport rate, also. I would rate the campground higher if it had concrete pads, pool, etc. Not a real pretty campground, but has the basics. Not a resort destination, but is a great stop-in during travel spot.
What a hidden jewel! We attended an owner's club rally here and were pleasantly surprised by the facilities and site locations. The grounds were well maintained and the sites backing to the lake were very nice (although not real level). I would have rated this place a 10 if the sites were a little more level and if the water hookups weren't so far apart (fortunately, we have a long hose). Best county park I've seen.
Park is actually in Redfield, about 15 miles north of Pine Bluff. We had to delay getting in by a day and a call to the campground connected us to a very pleasant host who changed our reservation/arrival date. Well maintained Corps of Engineers park with nice sites right on the Arkansas River. Our site was a little tight to get into with a 40 foot fifth wheel, but not terribly difficult. Great riverfront location, very quiet and peaceful. Sites are paved/concrete, with a covered picnic table, fire ring/grille, and movable post for hanging a light or trashbag at every site. No sewer, but there was a dumpsite on the way out - probably too tight for us to get into, so we didn't try. Only real negative was the horseflies - big guys that were out primarily in the early mornings.
What a gem! Lovely, small park. Hosts were super helpful and friendly. Escorted us to our pull through site, helped us get in, and stayed to make sure everything was working correctly. Site was beautifully manicured, level, and long. Nice dog walk. Paved roadways, all interior lights were working - just overall extremely nice. When we left the next morning, the host checked the exit roadway to make sure no traffic was coming around the corner. Five-star service in my opinion. Only negative (if it's a negative) was that the campground is on a hill, so if you're out for a walk, you will have to go uphill some. We would definitely stay here again.
Good place if you need a base of operations for things you are doing in the area. Not a resort/destination type of RV park. No pool or picnic tables, and the sites in the older section are small, but they are putting in a new section with larger, long pull-through sites. Although there were a lot of semi-permanent workers, it was quiet and the other campers are very friendly. Nice, friendly staff. We would stay here again.
This is our favorite park in Virginia. We always stay in the SuperSite area - large, long concrete pull throughs - beautifully landscaped. This is a large, extremely popular campground. Four nice pools, two camp stores, friendly staff, well maintained. They also have a private parking lot one block off the boardwalk in Virginia Beach. We stay here two or three times a year. The only drawback is the jet noise from nearby Oceana Naval Air Station, but as a retired military, I appreciate the "sound of freedom".
We stayed here as part of a large group. We were in an area almost one mile from the office, so we rented a golf cart to get around. Site was a large pull-through, but was not very level side to side. Even with an auto-leveling system, I had to move twice to get to where we could get level and even then my door-side wheels were off the ground. I still rated the park an 8 because of the nice amenities, friendly staff, and great location.
This was a clean, typical, older KOA. Interior roadways were very tight, and sites were small (we just fit on our back in). We had to wait on a motorhome on the site across from us to leave the next morning before we could get out of our site. Staff were friendly and helpful. We didn't use the pool, but it looked clean and refreshing.
Good place for just an overnight stay. Takes only cash (preferred) or checks. I called ahead for a reservation but was told I didn't need one. Very convenient to I-81. Park is clean, sites are level. Mostly "full-timers" there, but they are friendly, and the park was clean and neat. No real office. Owner met us on the way in and showed us where we could pick out a site. Only a few of the "full-time" sites actually have cable TV.