|In Season||Mar 23 - Nov 30, 2015||$35.00 - $75.00|
|Daily||$55.00 - $55.00|
Be sure to read the access directions! We followed our Trucker/RV GPS and found ourselves unable to turn around and barely made the turn off a one-lane bridge into the park! The park is decent but over priced even for a KOA. The pool was closed for the season. The access road is narrow, rough, and dusty. The sites were level, reasonably spaced, and utilities were well placed.
We stopped here for the night on our way southwestwards. It is a nice family campground on the banks of a creek. Friendly staff, quiet place. Big rig friendly. Good Wi-Fi. Small petting zoo with a cute black mini piggy and several lambs. There is a diner/restaurant on site and they make pizza and wings. It is a bit muddy as it is a river flood plain, so if you have dogs, a site closer to the office is better. Very pretty garden!
Aside from the smell of the cows, and the late party that only broke up because the late night racing was drowning them out so they couldn't hear themselves party, it's a nice looking place.
At this KOA, you can take a lazy canoe ride under a bright canopy of leaves. There's great fishing in the creek too! Meander along winding paths through extensive, lush rock gardens. Relax in the gazebo surrounded by flowers and herbs. Enjoy mini golf, a playground, an outdoor theater, game room, swimming pool and oversized chess and checkers. Participate in theme weekends during the summer. Check out the Haunted House in October, a chilling experience. On weekends, stop by KOA's nostalgic Remember When Diner. Enjoy hamburgers and fries, pizza or a crab cake dinner, as well as a full breakfast menu. Indulge in the soda fountain's old-fashioned malts, shakes and floats. With this KOA as your home base, visit Antietam, Gettysburg and Harpers Ferry battlegrounds. It's a great place for Scouts, church groups and family reunions.