Not really worth to stay there! Campground manager is kind of double-dealing and disrespectful.
Nice park but best be prepared for a lot of narrow winding roads
We have a boxer / pitt mix dog and are well aware of breed restrictions and understand that they are not allowed in certain parks due to insurance reasons and owner preferences, as such, we ALWAYS make double sure that we can take him. Very rude hosts. My wife called several times to inquire if we could bring him, she left several messages asking for a call back. Never received a callback. We checked the site several times to look for the pet policy, and could not see any mention of breed restrictions. At check in, when registering, as my wife stated that he was a boxer/pitt they were very very rude about them not being allowed. We made arrangements to have our daughter come get the dog. After they did us a huge favor and made it very well known how special they were treating us, by letting him in our vehicle while on the property. They followed us to our site, and when I asked if I could take him out to pee, the host was acting holier than thou. And hmmed and hawed about it, several radio conversations later, we could let him out to pee, Camp sites are not level, not many activities. For a KOA, the sites are bigger than most, or it could have been because the place was almost empty. I hope they go out of business, as that type of attitude towards guests is totally uncalled for.