This is definitely a campground, not a fancy RV park. It was nice, well maintained, supervised, and clean. It is not modern, but they have retrofitted many campsites with paved pads. If you are looking for a place to sit in your big rig and watch TV, I wouldn't recommend it, but if you just want to camp, pull in the trailer, have a campfire, roast marshmallows, play on the beach, watch the chipmunks, all the things we did as kids when we camped, then this is a good place for that.
Park was shady and level. WiFi worked only in select spots. Sites are close together, our neighbors sewer hookup was under our picnic table. This is an RV Parking lot with trees. They charged us $2 each for our two adult visitors who came by for dinner. The Fourth of July was Tuesday, and we left the Saturday before, but ended up paying holiday rates for Thursday and Friday night, an extra $2 a night. I guess it would be an OK place to stay if you are going to the races, but I don't see us ever staying there again.
This campground is shady, with well established trees. It is definitely a campground, not an RV parking lot. Sites are close together, but have enough room for a picnic table and a fire ring. Showers are awkward, as they are set up for the pool more than anything else. They are clean, but there is no room to dress. You step out of the shower into a common area. Management was incredibly helpful and accommodating. Although they do not advertise WiFi, the owner beams a signal in for his own use, and allows campers to use it. This is an alcohol free, family oriented campground. Clean, quiet, friendly, they even have a church service on Sunday morning if you are so inclined. We would camp here again.
This campground is small, but was a hidden treasure. We pulled in late at night, after having some trouble that put us behind a few hours. It was raining, and as we stood in the rain, at 2:00 in the morning, trying to read the late check in instructions, the Manager/Host came out from her trailer, and escorted us back to a level spot. She said to sleep in, as it was late, and then to come in when we woke up, when it was light and dry to register and pay. We didn't even have to put any boards down, we were completely level. We paid $18 for water and electric, and would have paid $2 more if we needed sewer. Although they did not advertise WiFi, when we turned on the computer, we had a very strong signal. The place was not fancy, but the restrooms were clean, and the people were great. Sometimes that's enough!
The Campground was great, but what made this a truly remarkable experience was the people! Of course, clean restrooms, level sites, grass, shade, all those things help, but the management here was absolutely incredible. They met us at the truck when we pulled in, and by the time we got out and walked into the office they had started the check-in process. They went out of their way to accommodate our needs, including finding a us spot with strong Wi-Fi, and even going so far as to choosing one with trees placed strategically to give us shade later in the day, as they knew we would be checking out late. We were escorted to our spot, and the manager helped me get my trailer situated and level. He was free with information about the area, and local tourist attractions. This was our first KOA experience, we have avoided them to date as they are a bit pricey. If they are all like this one, the extra money is well worth it. We will definitely stay here again.
This is right in the middle of town, steep driveway, we dragged our bumper going in and out. We were only seven spots away from the office but could only get WiFi for a few minutes in the morning before we checked out. The manager told us most people come down to the laundry room to use the WiFi. The showers are pay showers, .25 for 3 minutes, and the laundry was $1.50 for a washer and $1.50 for a dryer. The Maverick gas station next door has good coffee though. There is a grocery store right across the street. We like to camp, not just park. This is definitely just a parking lot with trees and hookups. They charged us a dollar a night more than the price on their web site, and they charge for AC or Heater use. Children are welcome but they will cost you per head. This is one of those nickel and dime places that knows they are the only show in town so can add on all sorts of charges. We won't stay here again.
After so many unhappy experiences with WiFi, we called this park and told them WiFi was critical. We arrived to find we were right next to the office, with 3 different Wifi options. The park management was very nice, even shared some of their home garden with us. Park was simple, but clean, level, and everything worked. It is within the city limits, so no campfires are allowed.