RV and tent sites: Check in and Check out time: 12:00 Noon Cabin and Deluxe Cabins: Check in time: 2:00 p.m. and Check out time: 12:00 Noon. We do offer an extended check out time until 5:00 p.m. This is based on site/cabin availability. The extended stay fee is $20 for RV/tent site and $30 for cabins. Please check with the office before Noon to see if your site/cabin is available. Thanks.
You will receive one internet code per person. If you need additional codes for more devices, there is a fee of $5 per day.
Check in Times: RV and tent sites 12:00 Noon; All cabins 2:00 pm Check out Times: 12:00 Noon
Most campers fail to understand why a park requires their visitors to pay a fee for entering and/or using the facilities. Due to the extra liability and utility expenses with the additional strain placed on the facilities, visitors are required to pay a fee.
For the enjoyment of all campers, we do limit the number of people on a site to 6 people. This includes all registered campers ages 6 and over and visitors. Only exception is a family who has more than 4 children of their own.
If you are planning to have visitors during your stay, please ask your visitors to leave their dogs at home. Thank you for your cooperation.
All visitors must register in the office upon their arrival. There is a $7 ($10 on holidays) per person per day fee for your visitors. Visitors are welcome from 12:00 Noon to 10:00 p.m. If they are staying later than 10:00 p.m., they are now an overnight guest and an additional overnight fee will apply. Visitor dogs are NOT ALLOWED. Please ask your visitor to leave their pets at home. Visitors who do not register in the office will be asked to leave immediately and so will the camper who they came to visit will also be asked to leave immediately.
We have great campers! We love to hear your camping stories and all about your adventures. Thank you for staying with us.
In 2001, they decided life was just too short not to enjoy what you do for a living, and they purchased the Wapakoneta KOA.
"Customer service is Number One with us," says Debbie. "We treat all of our customers like we would like to be treated - with a welcoming 'hello' and a smile."
In their "pre-KOA" lives, John was a universal grinder operator for 24 years, while Debbie worked as a secretarial supervisor for a law firm for 15 years.
Now, their lives center around getting to know their campers and making their camping experiences memorable.
"We are interested in their travels - where they come from and where they are heading," said Debbie. "Since we are located on a north/south route, we have a lot of overnight camping business. Regardless if you are just passing through, or come for a weekend, or become a seasonal, we want to build a friendship with each and every camper."
"We hope your travels take you through our area. We would love to see you!"