In the off season this is a great place to stop for an overnight when traveling on I-95. It is a full service campground with showers, laundry, full hookups and a nice store. The price was around $30.
I would expect that the place is very busy and more expensive when the amusement park is open. Yet I would think it is still very nice for families if you are there for the park.
Posted Mar 02, 2019 by Jim Black from SE PA. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
Lovely KOA campground and super clean. We were so impressed by this KOA. Not only that but the prices are so reasonable. Will definitely return!
Posted Jan 02, 2019 by TravellinVinnie from Northeast. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
Checked in and it was pouring. Easy set up. Bathhouse is clean and large. Frequent shuttle to King’s Dominion. We went for the Halloween activities.y kids really enjoyed painting pumpkins and rocks. The playground was a hit.
Posted Oct 28, 2018 by Tricia from Fredericksburg VA. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
Steelers Fan 36
This was our first stay at this KOA and I would have to say we were impressed with everything except for our site. We were in 219 and the only one that was worse was 220. Dirt sites with no grass and muddy when it rained. We also had a stump sticking up just high enough to catch your tire on.
As for the good stuff...shower facilities were really clean and well kept. They looked newly renovated. The pool and playground were both nice. The shuttles to Kings Dominion were quick, the drivers were polite and the shuttles are free ($15 to park your own car at KD). The reception desk/camp store staff was very helpful. We wanted a pizza one night and they ordered it to be delivered at a specific time, it was only about $15 and it was delivered to our campsite.
Overall a good experience just avoid sites 219 & 220.
Posted Jun 25, 2017 by Steelers Fan 36 from Raleigh, NC. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.
Just spent the weekend which was our first visit. Hope this helps anyone planning on staying there. The facility is nice but poorly run. Lots of teenagers working who did not seem to have answers or authority for much of anything. Think Kings Dominion employees who work a camp ground. Everyone was nice but seemed like a lot of disorganization. There are two portions of this facility so if this is important for you please take note. There is NO cable hook up in the non paved areas and they don't tell you that when you book. When you call to make a reservation note that you are not calling the facility but some off site booking company. They do not assign you a space when you book, so you won't know where you will be until you get there. We own a 40 food diesel pusher so I requested a space with easy access to get in and out. They put me all by myself in the old section where no one stayed. The old section you are literally parking on ground. No gravel. Literally pulling in between trees. Lots of tree debris all over the roof of coach and awnings. We were told there were no pull thrus available yet when we got there there were plenty all weekend long, so clearly no one knows what they are doing. We witnessed several people asking to be moved once they saw their assigned space. The facility itself is very nice, clean and attractive. They just need better management. The cabins are awesome if you need one or don't have an RV. There is a shuttle to take you to the theme park 2 blocks away. Lots for kids to do. We will stay there again but be better prepared next time we book.
Posted Mar 28, 2016 by Mac Richardson from Virginia. This is the subjective opinion of a traveler and not of AllStays LLC.