We've stayed in many KOAs, and generally love them -- the cabins are perfect for our family of 5 and dog when we are road-tripping. Wish I could say the same of this KOA, but we will not be staying here again. They do not allow dogs in the deluxe cabins (most KOAs do), so we had a very small, basic cabin with no bathroom. We knew this going in, and have stayed in those cabins before...we prefer the bigger ones with bathroom, but wanted to get further down the road than Gretna, where we usually stay. It's a tight squeeze with all of us and the dog! Pool was shaded by large trees -- so it was cold! -- kids braved it anyway. No food or drink allowed by the pool, so parents can forget about relaxing with a cold one (can would have been fine) after a long day on the road. We got the dinner from the "chuck wagon" -- $10 gets you a steak or piece of chicken, baked potato, green beans that looked as if they'd been cooking since last week, and a salad of iceberg lettuce and a couple of carrot shreds. Chicken was small and bland; steak was overcooked. Kids got hot dogs and fries, which were fine. One kid got mac and cheese -- $3 gets you a little styrofoam bowl with about 3/4 cup of mac and cheese. I asked for more and was told I would need to pay another $3 for another serving if I wanted more. So we just supplemented from our road trip food supply. Dinner took a good 45 minutes...there were only two people working the chuck wagon. I felt a bit sorry for them, but if they're going to charge that much for food, maybe they should consider adding some more staff. There are few amenities to this campground...my kids missed the fun stuff like bouncy pillow, zip line, etc, that Gretna has. Someone was shooting off firecrackers until at least 11 PM, and I don't know if the staff did something about it finally or if they just stopped...either way, it should have been stopped by 10, as that was supposed to be when quiet hours are enforced. We were up and out as early as possible in the morning. If you have to stay in Grand Island, I would say go for a chain hotel and a chain restaurant...you'd get more for your money.