Our family-friendly campground provides the perfect setting for you to relax at your campsite, enjoy resort-style amenities, take a walk around the park enjoying nature, meet new friends. Planned activities and themed weekends are scheduled throughout the camping season.
Enjoy swimming in our heated pool or relaxing in the hot tub. These luxuries are truly one of the biggest reasons that make your time with us not just a camping weekend, but a KOA weekend!
Join us every Friday night during the summer (Memorial Day - Labor Day) for an Ice Cream Social where you can meet fellow campers and the owners. The activity is held at the General Store and all proceeds go to support KOA Care Camps.
KOA Care Kamps is a 501c3 organization that provides kids with cancer with a memorable camping experience. Finding the cure is important, but letting kids with cancer be kids is something we care deeply about! Come support this great cause!
There is nothing quite like taking off your shoes and climbing to the top of our big bouncer. Except of course actually bouncing on it and trying to touch the sky! How high can you jump?
Once you learn, you never forget right? Unless of course you try steering our awesome banana bikes for the first time. These fantastic rentals will let you 'peel' out in style and cruise the campground.
Not everyone possesses the same level of skill as Tiger Woods. For those people, there is miniature golf. Here at the Coloma / St Joseph KOA you can enjoy this treasured sport with all your friends.
Is it possible to go camping without playing horseshoes? The short answer is yes but why would you want too? Challenge your friends to an exciting game on your next visit to the Coloma / St Joseph KOA.
You've heard people say there is a kid in all of us right? There is no doubt your children will have a blast on our playground but, unfortunately, our playground equipment only comes in one size. Sorry parents.
All Aboard!!! Barrel train rides are given to children, and those who are children at heart, each weekend in the summer (usually Saturday evenings). Rides are free and start in front of the General Store.
In this competitive game, two players arrange their "ppol" balls within arms reach of their end. A cue ball is then rolled in an attempt to knock the other players balls into the tray.Once the first player has knocked all of the other player's balls into the tray the second player has one more role to try to knock the remaining balls of player one into the tray (this is known as the mercy roll). If the player two is successful, then one less ball is placed on the each end and the game repeated. The cycle is repeated until a winner is determined.