This KOA is clean and beautiful, but it?s not the best for big rigs towing. As you come in the driveway, it has planters in the middle of the driveway, which you will have to thread the needle thru, Then, there?s big boulders at every turn including coming out of your site, making it difficult to get your tow vehicle/trailer out. We did it, but had to get help from a good neighbor. If you?re not towing it?s fine. Sadly, we won?t be back.
The staff is super nice. The site we were in was long and gravel. The weather was horrible-it rained all night, so we were concerned about getting stuck in the mud at the end of the row, but we made it out just fine. Has a dog park, but we didn?t use it: too much rain.
This place is quiet and the people are really nice. Would have liked a grassy area for my dog, but the park is surrounded by fields. No off leash, but doable. We would stay here again. No long pages of rules - just the quiet.
This is our third time staying here. First time was good. Second time we had one small problem with an overzealous security person. This, the third time, it appears the zealots have taken over the place. Mind you, we have a very nice diesel pusher and we were treated like riffraff. Ruined this part of our trip. Recommend you stay somewhere else. We will.
This park is great. Lots of grass, lots of trees and clean. The trees are trimmed high, so no worries about roof scrapes. The dogs love it! Has a great off leash park and a dog walk along the river.
Your GPS may tell you to make a U-Turn to get to the entrance, but keep on eye on your left and you will see an entrance sign on a corner just before the park. Easy.