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Luray KOA
3402 Kimball Rd  Luray, Virginia
38 CampedThere Reviews 6 Favorite Votes
The Blue Ridge Mountains seem to roll on forever from the vantage point of this wonderfully rural yet convenient campground, nested atop a high hill above the Shenandoah Valley. Cruise along the famed Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park, just a few miles away, or explore the park's countless hiking trails. Nearby outfitters rent canoes and tubes for floating the Shenandoah River. This new KOA is close to the magical subterranean world of Luray Caverns.
Mount Rushmore KOA
PO Box 295  Hill City, South Dakota
81 CampedThere Reviews 6 Favorite Votes
Bigger is better! Live large at the Mt. Rushmore/Hill City KOA and visit nearby majestic Mount Rushmore and impressive Crazy Horse Monument. At KOA, you'll keep busy Memorial Day to Labor Day with two heated pools, two spas, a waterslide, splash pad, gigantic Jumping Pillow and mini golf. Bike rentals, golf cart rentals, guided horseback rides and chuck wagon dinners also are available. Hayrides twice a week, nightly movies and live entertainment three nights a week round out the fun. Scavenger hunts, cartoons and crafts keep the kids entertained. Enjoy breakfast at the pancake tent, lunch at the snack bar and dinner at KOA's full-service restaurant. Hop on KOA's nightly shuttle to the lighting ceremony at Mount Rushmore. Explore the area on your own with visits to caves, gold mines, Custer State Park and Wild West towns. Rental cars and ATVs are available on-site.
Pigeon Forge / Gatlinburg KOA
3122 Veterans Blvd.  Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
82 CampedThere Reviews 6 Favorite Votes
Thank goodness for the comfortable campsites along the Little Pigeon River at this KOA. You'll need to rest up to see all this area has to offer! Start with Dollywood theme park (your hosts have discount tickets: two days for the price of one). Enjoy wild rides, a musical theater, the Dolly Parton Museum, local crafts, dozens of shops and wonderful restaurants. Then cross the road to Dollywood's Splash Country for a load of water fun. Leave your vehicle behind and take the city trolley right from KOA to the Dollywood entrance and also through the city. Clap along with lots of great musical shows in the neighborhood, including the Dixie Stampede. Lace up ice skates at the Ober Gatlinburg resort's indoor ice rink or put on hiking boots and set out into the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains.

Copake KOA
2236 County Route 7  Copake, New York
43 CampedThere Reviews 5 Favorite Votes
This destination KOA offers camping fun for the whole family! Our newly redesigned and renovated campground with upgraded electric, free WI-FI and Cable TV has spacious campsites for big rigs, tents and everything in between. Enjoy camping without "roughing it" in our cabins and deluxe cabins.( also called Lodges) All of our RV sites are Full-Hookup. Our Historic Hudson Valley location is a scenic 110 acre property originally developed by Henry Astor. We are located in Columbia County NY, in the foothills of the beautiful Berkshire Mountains bordering NY, MA and CT. The entire area is rich in history and fun with hundreds of attractions nearby. We have a variety of activities and theme weekends for the whole family to enjoy. Come for a night or two or stay the whole season. You're guaranteed to have a great time at Copake KOA! We are a security gated park. Our office hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. After hours, access to the park is controlled with a gate card which requires a $20 cash security deposit. We do have two full hookup campsites before the gates for after hour arrivals.
Jellystone Park Mears
8239 W. Hazel 145 Mears, Michigan
36 CampedThere Reviews 5 Favorite Votes
Lena KOA
10982 US Highway 20 West  Lena, Illinois
22 CampedThere Reviews 5 Favorite Votes
Visit and see why campers of all ages return! Just 35 miles east of historic Galena, this flower-landscaped campground includes wooded and grassy areas surrounded by farm fields and tourist attractions. Nearby, find hiking, fishing, championship golf courses, bike trails and antique shops. Enjoy the heated pool and double tube slide. Join in sand volleyball, horseshoes and basketball, or rent fun-bikes and pedal carts. Activities include bingo, pancake breakfasts, barbecues, ice cream socials, "hey" rides, live music, weekly movies and carnivals. Check website for full details. Camping Cabins surround a large outdoor Kamping Kitchen-great for groups/reunions. Deluxe Cabins with full amenities are perfect for winter weekend getaways. Deluxe Cabins and a limited number of winterized campsites are open November 1-March 31 with advance registration.
Wilmington KOA
7415 Market Street  Wilmington, North Carolina
37 CampedThere Reviews 5 Favorite Votes
The minute you set foot at Wilmington KOA, you’ll see for yourself why we won the prestigious Founder’s Award in 2009, a coveted honor that proves we’re leading the way in KOA. Our relaxing nature retreat is hidden in the heart of Wilmington’s city life, providing the perfect blend of solitude and entertainment. With sprawling Southern Pines shadowing our RV resort and luxurious kabins and lodges, you and your family will experience the fun of camping with all the comforts of home. There’s something for everyone – from a sparkling swimming pool and cozy game room to a stocked camping store and even a playground for your pets. And when you venture beyond the campground, our friendly staff will help point you in the direction of wherever you want to go – whether it be the exciting Battleship of North Carolina, a romantic riverboat cruise, or the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher, one of the region’s largest aquariums. Plus, you’ll find yourself only five miles from the sun-drenched sand and surf of Wrightsville Beach and mere minutes from the charming historic downtown shopping and dining district. You have to see it to believe it.
Woodstock KOA
1000 East Side Road  Woodstock, New Hampshire
28 CampedThere Reviews 5 Favorite Votes
Stay at the Woodstock KOA and you will soon discover unquestionably, one of New Hampshire's most popular attraction is the White Mountain Region. Its 800,000 acres is known for natural splendor, historical charm, cultural richness and stimulating recreation and that's only the beginning. Your visit to Woodstock KOA, an award-winning campground, will offer a top-notch family camping experience. Choose from a variety of sites and accommodations. Drive thru RV sites, large wilderness sites for tenting and don't forget our camping cabins for the individual that wants to "gently" rough it. Woodstock KOA is a pet friendly park. We are compassionate to your pet needs and understand that pets are family members too. We offer a kamp k-9 dog park, dog walk area, swimming pond and kennel space. We are a horse-friendly park too.

During your New Hampshire visit; hike on one of the Appalachian trails, bike (bicycle) on the Franconia Notch paved recreational trail, golf on one of many challenging golf courses, fish like you've never fished before (fly or cast), go on an educational moose guided tour, take a trip on the "Kanc" Scenic By-way with scenic pull-offs, hiking trails with waterfalls and imagine swimming in a mountain stream. All of this within a short distance of the Woodstock KOA.

We are anxious for you to stay at the Woodstock KOA, "Great People- Great Kamping!" We have made it easy to get here and you won't want to leave. Exit 31 off I-93, then only 2 miles south on Rt. 175. Easy to find, hard to leave.
Asheville East KOA
2708 Highway 70 East  Swannanoa, North Carolina
37 CampedThere Reviews 4 Favorite Votes
When the morning sun peeps through the tall trees in the heart of the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains, you'll have a tough time deciding how to spend your day. Head for city sights in historic Asheville, just 15 minutes away, where you can tour the castle-like Biltmore House. Cool yourself with the bracing mist from 404-foot Hickory Nut Falls in Chimney Rock Park. Hike the park's trails. Or just stay put at this KOA loaded with fun. Fish for bass steps from your campsite in two well-stocked lakes or reel in trout from the Swannanoa River, which winds its way through the middle of the resort. Your kids will love tubing and splashing in the gentle Swannanoa. The Asheville East KOA also keeps them giggling with flashlight treasure hunts and weekend pancake breakfasts.

Bay Center / Willapa Bay KOA
457 Bay Center Road  Bay Center, Washington
19 CampedThere Reviews 4 Favorite Votes
A scenic nature trail leads from the campground right to the beach, where you'll enjoy bird-watching and beach-combing. Your pets will love running on the beach too! Swim in the tidal bay, rake for delicious steamer clams (license required) and work up an appetite for the area's famous Willapa Bay oysters. You're close to lighthouses and the Pacific, just on the other side of the peninsula that shelters the bay. Take a ride on this KOA's three-wheel banana-peel bikes--they're a blast! Play a game of volleyball, basketball, badminton or horseshoes. Enjoy ice cream socials every weekend (Memorial Day through Labor Day). Then finish your perfect day with a beautiful sunset over the bay.

Please contact our campground for information regarding your group!

Bourne Scenic Park
370 Scenic Hwy  Bourne, Massachusetts
18 CampedThere Reviews 4 Favorite Votes
Cherry Hill Park
9800 Cherry Hill Rd  College Park, Maryland
10 CampedThere Reviews 4 Favorite Votes
As the closest RV park and campground to Washington, D.C., Cherry Hill Park is the perfect place to stay while camping and exploring our nation's capital. Transportation into the city is available from the campground multiple times daily, working around your vacation schedule. And when you return from a fun day of touring, relax and take advantage of our two swimming pools, hot tub, sauna, and other amenities. We look forward to being your home away from home while camping near Washington, DC. Come visit and have A Monumental Experience!
Covert / South Haven KOA
39397 M-140 Highway  Covert, Michigan
29 CampedThere Reviews 4 Favorite Votes
Warm beaches and beautiful sunsets await you at this KOA, located minutes from several of Lake Michigan's finest beaches, historic lighthouses and marinas. You can enjoy shopping, antiquing, golfing, wineries, u-pick farms, casinos and festivals. End your evening with live entertainment at the downtown theater or embark on an intimate sunset cruise on Lake Michigan aboard a tall ship. If action is what you crave, book a fishing trip, spend the evening at the speedway or bike the Kal-Haven Trail. Then relax at the campground in its quiet country setting with abundant wildlife and woods. Enjoy fun bikes, a jumping pillow, theme weekends, movie nights, pancake breakfasts, a coffee bar & snack shop with pizza delivered fresh and hot to your site and hand-dipped Shermans ice cream, hayrides, crafts, nature trails and KOA's own u-pick blueberry patch.

Please Note: In an effort to protect our trees from the Emerald Ash Borer, we will no longer permit any of our guests to bring their own firewood of any kind. The state of Michigan recommends no moving of firewood in the State and no outside wood brought into any campgrounds.
Delaware Water Gap / Pocono Mountain KOA
233 Hollow Road  East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
33 CampedThere Reviews 4 Favorite Votes
The Delaware Water Gap KOA campground offers the Pocono Mountains' finest family camping. With level pull-through sites as long as 85 feet available, our campground is truly “Big Rig Friendly!” No RV? No problem! Enjoy a comfortable stay in one of our cozy cabins or luxurious lodges. Our level tent sites offer grassy or wooded scenic surroundings for those who want to “rough it” in style.

Our KOA campground is a perfect base camp for all your outdoor recreation plans. The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area is a boon for canoeists, kayakers, rafters, hikers and scenery seekers. Spectacular Bushkill Falls, near a Native American museum, is worth the short hike. On weekends, visit the indoor flea market, then return to grassy, wooded and open campsites.

For more “urban” adventures, the Delaware Water Gap KOA campground is only 2 hours from Hershey PA, Philadelphia and New York City. Shop and sightsee to your heart’s content and return to relax in our quiet, comfortable camping area.

Open all year, our KOA offers easy access to the winter wonderland at Shawnee Mountain Ski Area, just half a mile down the road. Groups are welcome and can gather in the campground’s meeting pavilion. Enjoy pancake breakfasts on site at Mary T’s Country Kitchen, Saturday bingo in season, and hayrides and miniature train rides.

Fredericksburg, Texas KOA
5681 East US Highway 290  Fredericksburg, Texas
32 CampedThere Reviews 4 Favorite Votes
Located in the heart of the Hill Country, this beautiful KOA is within a few short miles of the area's best attractions. Exclusive shopping, art galleries, restaurants and weekend live music performances at Fredericksburg are only minutes away. Visit the acclaimed National Museum of the Pacific War on the edge of town. Settled by the Germans, the town has retained a rich cultural and architectural heritage and was voted one of the Best of the South small towns by readers of Southern Living magazine in 2006. Luckenbach, famous for its live country music, is 5 miles away. Just 2 miles away are Wildseed Farms and Trade Days, a 350-vendor flea market/collectibles shopping experience held monthly. And seven of the best vineyards, with tours and tasting rooms, are within 10 miles. After all the activity, return to your serene campsite, surrounded by grand old oak trees-and rest up for the next day's fun !

Gettysburg / Battlefield KOA
20 Knox Road  Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
59 CampedThere Reviews 4 Favorite Votes
Let the 2003 KOA Kampground of the Year be your host as you learn about one of the nation's most important Civil War battlefields. A nightly movie provides an overview of the town and battle. Bus tours depart from this KOA daily (in season) for the Gettysburg Battlefield or Washington, D.C. Explore on your own with a tape or CD, visiting such hallowed sites as Little Round Top, Devil's Den and Pickett's Charge. After a day of touring, relax at this quiet, naturally wooded campground. Enjoy the heated pool, nature trail, fun-bike rentals, shuffleboard, horseshoes, life-size games and mini golf. Weekend entertainment includes living history encampments, Civil War songs and stories, Civil War fashion show, ghost walks, wine tasting and pancake breakfasts. Gettysburg is centrally located to Hershey; Amish Country; Washington, D.C.; Antietam; and Baltimore.
Harpers Ferry / Civil War Battlefields KOA
343 Campground Road  Harpers Ferry, West Virginia
65 CampedThere Reviews 4 Favorite Votes
The Harpers Ferry/Civil War Battlefields KOA is a fantastic vacation destination spot that's perfect for the whole family. Thanks to you, this year we received the 2011 KOA  PRESIDENT'S AWARD. That means our campground facilities and Camper satisfaction scores are some of the best around. We are making things even better in 2012!  Our new Specialty Coffee and Wine Store, GRAPES & GRINDS, has been a popular place for morning specialty coffees and evening wine tastings and we added even more deluxe cabins that sleep 4 and offer a private bath and kitchenette.With new manager, Jessie Getman, comes a new twist on our special themed weekends and activities.

We still have all of the fun stuff you've come to love about our kampground, like Polly's Poolside Lookout, an awesome Giant Jumping Pillow,  Kamp K-9 Dog Park,  Civil War Living History Museum, our unbeatable cannon-firing and  hot-off-the-grill pancakes.. So make your plans now to come and make some history all your own. See you soon!
Jellystone Park North Java
5204 Youngers Rd. 105 North Java, New York
74 CampedThere Reviews 4 Favorite Votes
Jellystone Park Sturgeon Bay
3677 May Road 100 Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
14 CampedThere Reviews 4 Favorite Votes
Yogi Bear™, Boo Boo™, Cindy Bear™, and Ranger Smith™ invite you to camp at Jellystone Park™ in beautiful Door County - Where You Camp with Friends! Enjoy camping in Door County with facilities tailored for a wonderful family camping experience. Choose from campsites that can accommodate tents, travel trailers, and large motorhomes. For folks without camping equipment, please come and enjoy our furnished cabins, which provide an exceptional camping setting. Come and experience camping and activities and entertainment all within the confines of a family-safe facility.
KOA Eureka Springs
15020 Highway 187  Holiday Island, Arkansas
6 CampedThere Reviews 4 Favorite Votes