If you are a camper, try to get a site away from the cabins if possible. Sites are small and over priced, we stayed here before the renovations, but went to check it out this year now that they changed it up, but they put even more cabins in. Last time we there we were directly across from a cabin that had about 20 people coming and going all day walking through our site and every other one that was in their way, even after saying something to the kids, parents and staff this continued to be a problem. Staff made a token attempt to figure out why there were so many cars at this cabin but never did do anything about it. Cabin occupants just don't respect the regular camp sites most of the time.
I would assume the newer bathrooms are nicer now, they look a little better on the outside, but they were not well kept when I was there and with the increased number of cabins I can only imagine they are worse if not cleaned regularly. The new office/store is nicer and well stocked. The pool and activities are a bright spot here, but appeared very crowded at times. For the cost I'd expect better. Like most KOA's these days they seem to be focusing on the cabins and not the RV's even the premium sites with pads and nicer tables were not very nice.
- Also Known As:
- Cape Hatteras Koa Hotel Rodanthe