The sites are really open with no privacy. Not like the pictures show.
Picture of the water park is untrue-there isnt one at the campsite.
We only stayed one night and arrived after hours in the dark. They had also shut the water off at the site (we knew this coming in) as it was the end of November, but we were able to fill our tank when entering. Power and Sewer were fine. Kevin did stop by while I was filling my tank and offered to help. We chanted a few minutes, and told Kevin I was Okay. That was nice of him. Since we arrived in the dark (and I’m posting this before we go), I didn’t get to see the campground. But Kevin did say they are kid friendly and had lot’s or activities for kids. After all this is a KOA. The pull-thru site was gravel, but not very level. It was wide and long enough for my 39” 5th wheel RV. There is a nice fire ring and a picnic table too with some grass. I did find the Wi-Fi slow, and there were only a few RV'rs here. Also, you can't Accept the Wi-Fi T's&C's with Chrome, it must be Explorer (that was frustrating). I would stay again.
When you stay at campgrounds/rv resorts it is what YOU make it. If the staff was unpleasant to you, just maybe you were just as unpleasant to them. The grounds are well groomed and what you would expect from a KOA. The campsite is average to most(not exceptionally small or large)and as far as privacy -it s a campground My dogs were very welcome. No worries here we enjoyed it