It is a shame that such a clean and conveniently located campground must be given such a terrible rating.
The more expensive cabins were beautiful. Very clean.
Our "rustic" cabin was very clean and still very nice.
My husband and I visited this campground with my church-going aunt and uncle and their two incredibly well-behaved children. The harassment we had to endure was completely unnecessary and ruined our stay. A woman by the name of Debbie continuously harassed us in a golf cart as we walked around our campsite with our silly and well-behaved husky. We were told that we were not permitted to have our dog at the more expensive sites, only at the rustic site. As we were walking from our rustic site to the dog park that is available through KOA, Debbie came rushing around the corner on a golf cart. I waved and said hello, unaware of the woman's intentions. Upon seeing my family and I, she threw her hands up in the air and ran towards us, yelling. My uncle, the gentleman that he is, offered his hand to show no harm was meant. This woman's unjustified anger and irrational ranting went on for several minutes as I took the children and dog, and walked away so they did not have to endure this confusion and stress.
Another incident occurred when my cousin, uncle and I were browsing the general store. The three of us were the only customers in the store. We brought our purchases to the front counter where the woman told us we would "have to wait". We waited over a half an hour for this-what we could only guess to be intentionally-slow woman to complete a phone call for reservations. Our ice cream melted through by the time she rang up our order.
Lastly, while my family and I were in the game room (which was, of course, under watch from the moment we walked in), my young cousins went to the general store to request quarters for the billiard pool table and was told by the woman at the counter "we don't have enough for you". The woman was quickly interjected by an elderly male worker, and told her "Yes, we do have enough". (Thank goodness for this man, the only kind worker at KOA.)
There were also numerous signs giving incredibly detailed instructions about every little aspect of their campground. If they were not followed, you were asked to leave. I continuously asked myself how anyone could relax under these conditions. If we, a calm and well-meaning family, were treated like this, how are the more adventurous families treated?
I do not know if there was a reason my family was targeted. I do not know why our vacation was ruined. We are good people, with well-behaved children. We are hard-working Americans. Some questions will just never have answers.