- Entrance Gate
- Gem Mining
- Jumping PIllow
- Laser Tag
- Lil' Orbit Mini Donut Machine
- Military Clubs
- Motorcycle Clubs
- Planned Activities Available
- RV Clubs & Rallies
Themed weekends are planned every weekend from April 25th thru October 15th. Wine and Cheese tasting from Memorial Day until Labor Day. Activities during the week are from June 15th to August 15th. Check our web shelbymansfieldkoa.com for indepth activity schedules.
New for 2013 " Jumping Pillow"
A big yellow jumping pillow will open in 2013. What great fun for the entire family.
New for 2013 Slacker Zip Line for young children
A Zip Line for kids 10 and under. Wtch for this activity listed on our event page.
Laser Tag new in 2012
Laser Tag is an entertainment game for the young and young at heart. It is perfect for birthday parties, team parties, day camps outings, as well as corporate events, teambuilding.
Laser Tag is a fast paced game for ages 5 to 85 – a high tech combination of tag and hide and seek. With the world’s most advanced laser tag equipment available, Laser Tag is played in a large area. Players, whether individually or on teams, use their lasers to tag their opponents’ sensors, and score as many points as possible.
Lil Orbit Mini-Donuts (new 2012)
Fresh, Hot Mini-Donuts have always been a popular food item at carnivals, festivals, fairs and many other outdoor seasonal events. New in 2012 we will have our customers reminiscing about eating mini-donuts at our Kafe.
You won't want to miss all the fun of finding gems at our mining sluice. Fun for all ages.
ARVC Medium Size Park of the Year Award
Shelby/Mansfield KOA Resort received the Medium Size Park of the Year Award for 2013/2014 at the arvc convention held in Knoxville, TN on Nov 7th. This is the fourth time the campground has received the coveted award.
Meet Your Hosts
"We just love keeping the campers happy, and making sure that they enjoy their camping experience with us. Come and join our fun filled activities or enjoy one of our deluxe cabins."
The Shelby/Mansfield KOA is a Cole family tradition.
Garry and Vicki Cole purchased the campground in 1991 from Garry's family.
"We really wanted to keep the campground in the family," said Vicki. "We just love keeping the campers happy, and making sure that they enjoy their camping experience with us."
Before they became campground owners, Garry was a wastewater management consulting engineer, and Vicki taught band and choral music for 30 years.
When they aren't on the campground, the Coles will likely be attending sporting events, or spoiling their granddaughters.