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Reviewed 13 June 2016 via mobile

My large family (25 people) booked the cabins, the RV-rental site, and my parents had a RV-site. The cabins were perfect for our multiple family groups. The cabins had awesome porch swings that were perfect for early morning or late night chats. We were able to have camp fires all together. The pool was nice and clean. The grounds were great to allow the 14 kids (ages 6-16) roam and enjoy the natural walking paths in the path. The roads were packed rock which did lead to a few bike "wipeouts" for a few of the kids.

Some of the best features of this campground were its friendly workers/accommodating staff and the cleanliness of the facilities. The staff was great in offering history of the area, explaining the local attractions, and very patient unlocking the cabins as the kids continually managed to lock the cabin keys inside the cabins. The bath rooms were always staffed with the necessities and CLEAN at all times of day and night.

This campground is more "rustic" than some of the other KOAs we have stayed in the attractions it offered (e.g., no water slides or large commissary), but for people looking to enjoy a more natural camp experience this is a great place to stay, especially given the kind staff.

Stayed: June 2016, travelled with family
Thank Kim T
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Reviewed 18 October 2015 via mobile

We stayed 2 nights in a 40 ft 5th wheel. How this passes the quality check by KOA I will never know. First this place in the middle of no where. 15 miles from I-71 if coming from the north. All their drives are loose gravel. All big rig sites are on the side of a hill and are fairly level but also are fairly short for a pull thru. The gravel road up to the hill is only wide enough for 1 vehicle with a large ditch close to the road and this is also the exit road at the same time. No where to go if you meet an on coming vehicle. There is very little room to make the turn out of the site when leaving without turning into a tree or driving over the neighbors site. Not recommended for big rigs! Won't be back!

Stayed: October 2015, travelled as a couple
1  Thank bluedog1400
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Reviewed 25 September 2015 via mobile

We stayed here two nights and it wasn't bad. Gravel spots on a hillside make it a little tough for bigger rigs like ours but the bathrooms were very clean and the campground was quiet. The wifi didn't really work, but that's not s huge deal for us. Overall it was an ok stay!

Stayed: September 2015, travelled as a couple
1  Thank AudreyW907
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Reviewed 3 September 2015

I loved this place its nice and secluded away from the city and the bustle of it but still close enough to town to run and get stuff. We were tent camping and we had site 12 it was set back into the woods a little bit and seemed like you could be camping in the wilderness expect fore the convenience of having a bathroom and little store near by and the site has a nice fire ring and picknick table. The site was very clean and level and shaded. The pond on site was nice because you didn't need a fishing licence there to fish. The little store they have connected to the office was nice and convenient of a little over priced but they have coffee and a keurig for in the morning which I appreciated. A great little get away spot for any couple or family.

  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank Erin F
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Reviewed 21 July 2015 via mobile

This was a quick get away for us, and confirmed we will not be back. The location isn't ideal, down a skinny back road about 15 minutes to town. The sites were unleveled and wet and yes, it has been a rainy summer but we were on a site on top of a hill that still had standing water. The absolute worst is the sewers are located uphill. Even parked as close as possible sewer will not drain uphill. We tried every trick and finally gave up. The pool has a yellow/brown water color. There is no working wifi as advertised. The camp "store" is a bit of a joke. And the price once we got there was higher than the online because they charge per child!! (There were only a total of 4 of us on one site!) The best part of the trip was visiting some other campgrounds that are closer to the attractions, located off main roads with way better prices, sites and amenities that we will be sure to visit in the next month or so. This is not KOA quality!

Stayed: July 2015, travelled with family
Thank CraftKC
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