Owner updating entire camp from mostly tents to mostly RVs. Pull throughs reconfigured for 50 amp and big rigs and can use some leveling. Overall, nice people and quite campground. Convenient to city. Power, WiFi and water all good.
Large park. Sites side by side. Bigger than most. Every rig had to block wheels and jacks. Walking around is fun to see who used the most blocks. Sites are "almost" level, but not close enough to just level with the jacks. It looks like some are flatter to the NE corner of the area. The SE corner is a small hill.
This is one of the best overnight parks in the country. I would give it a 10 if they had a hot tub for my back. Staff is very friendly. They had a treat for my dog and my cat. Good clean fenced grass dog play area. Petie got some good exercise. The whole park is spotless. The sites are very large with level gravel to park on and large grass areas outside your door. The "patio" sites have concrete patios with kiva fire places. They have good power, water, cable TV and free WIFI. We would stay here again.
Sites are large enough with a small concrete patio. Water pressure good at 55PSI. Power good at 124V. Cable TV is included. WIFI available for a fee. Restrooms and showers are fairly new and clean. Very good park off the interstate so it is quiet. Great overnight or for a few days. We would stay here again.
This campground is a bunch of sites scattered in the woods on sand and mud. The sites are fairly level by luck not by design. The hookups are a long way from where they need to be if you don't want to unhook your tow car. It took me 35' of water hose to connect. The sewer was impossible. The bathrooms may be clean but are very old and used. The swimming pool was empty. This was also very very old. The dog walk was mud and puddles. This is another old, overpriced KOA. They should lower the prices and forget the afternoon tea.
This is simple, clean campground. It is 1/2 mile off of the interstate so is fairly quiet. This is a good place to stop for a night or to explore Mobile since it is only 10 miles to downtown. We would stay here again.
The poor rating is based on the cost, the noise and the small sites. The $40 was after my 15% KOA Gold discount and did not include the cable which was an additional $3 per night. The roads are old and very narrow. Getting in and out with a dingy attached can be done, but the isn't much room to spare. The noise from I-10 is VERY loud. The restrooms were old, adaquate and clean, but very far from most sites. We had to move a table to our site. The sewer hookup was at the very back of the site. The only way you could hook up the sewer was to unhook the car and park at the very back of the site and then I would have had to use my extension. One 10' hose would not reach. Water pressure is high, over 60PSI, so use a regulator. Voltage is high, 130VAC on both legs. This place is worth no more the $20. Next time thru I'm just staying at Wal-Mart. I try to use campgrounds when I can because they deserve to make a living, but places like this drive one to Wal-Marts.
I read old posts and was reluctant to come here, but I needed a KOA near Sacramento. Well, you can forget the old posts. There is new management. 11 sites have been upgraded to 50amp. One of the bathhouses is brand new, inside and out, and spotless. The other has been completely redone, and is also spotless but not new. As we got here they were painting, and planting flowers. The only complaints are that the site water pressure measured only 35PSI and there is considerable road noise, but it didn't keep us awake. Starbucks, Subway and Denny's is within walking distance. We will definitely stay here again.