Park Features & Amenities
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Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Great winter getaway
My husband and I are new to the RV lifestyle so we were pleasantly surprised to find such a clean facility with amazing amenities.... If you have children.
We didn't so it worked out well, since we had amazing privacy with a private hot tub?! Well we didn't get it warmed in time but not because lack of effort. Great service, we wouldn't mind coming back but probably not in the busy season. But busy people will live this place!
This is a KOA award winning campground and is a destination for many families. This KOA has the feel of an old fashioned summer camp. There are activities galore including a game room, water park, swimming pool, fisbee golf, petting zoo, mini golf, fishing hole, and hiking trails. We came for the Skunk train which stops here to pick up passengers. A nice couple even donated money to build a small platform.
The sites are very wide with full and partial hook up options. If you are in a partial, honey wagon service is available for a fee. There are also tent sites and Kamping Kabins. There are 3 premium sites which each have a hot tub...but no shade and have a premium rate to go with them. Noise from on Hwy 20 is constant, but bearable.
This is an EXTREMELY popular park. We picked a site that had plenty of shade and was away from the action. It backed up to the railroad tracks. The train runs W-Sun. We camped here in the middle of the week, so it wasn't as busy as it was when we scouted it on a weekend. We were told by the Chamber of Commerce that the community members can purchase day use passes. This just adds to the crowds.
This park is well patrolled by the staff. The downside of that is that the security golf carts kick up a lot of dust, even though the roads and sites are graveled. Campers must wear a wristband at all times for identification purposes. My husband was taking photos and was nearly challenged by a security member until they saw his wristband.
All staff was friendly and outgoing. They acted as camp counselors and had organized actives posted.
For families, this campground is probably a 10. For my husband and I this campground is too dusty and crowded for us. If it hadn't been for the train, we would pass this campground right on by. But, this KOA has no competition to speak of in the area. It's really the best option in the Willits area.
If you have a family, want to go to summer camp again, or jump on the Skunk, this campground is for you! All aboard!
If you're looking for the KOA experience with lots of kid-friendly activities, you'll probably love this park. It's clean and appears to be well-maintained, there are plenty of trees and both wifi and cable are included in the price. However. . . . .
It's not such a great deal for those of us just looking for a relaxing place to spend the night. (I'm not interested in the ice-cream social and there's no way I'd go near the pool after all those kids have been in there all day!) Even after a 10% discount I paid $45 for a partial hookup (30 amp & water) on an uneven dirt and gravel site. Unfortunately, the Willits area doesn't seem to have anything else to offer. . .