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From classic comforts to fully-equipped patio sites, we've got you covered. Plus, our RV parks offer pull-thrus, back-ins, 30- and 50-amp service and full sewer hookups.

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KOA, Your Home Away from Home

How do you like to camp with your RV? Do you like to settle in for a while with a full-hookup, pull-through site? Or maybe your favorite KOA stays include finding great base camps for your nearby adventures. No matter how you take to the road in your RV, we’ve got the perfect place to go.

We understand that RVing isn’t just something you do . . . it’s your passion. That’s why we work hard to give you lots of ways to stay at more than 500 KOA locations in the U.S. and Canada. It’s also why you’ll see KOA Journey, KOA Holiday and KOA Resort campgrounds that each offer you different – yet consistent – great camping experiences.

Whether your RVing passion involves a tent camper or a luxury motor coach, your search is over. We’ve got just what you’re looking for.

Unbeatable Amenities & Customer Service

When you pull your rig into a KOA, you know you can always count on a friendly greeting, great amenities and consistent high quality accommodations. With over 500 locations, we're always near where you want to go.

Enjoy RV sites with numerous amenities at most locations, such as:

  • Clean & Level Sites
  • Pull-Thru and Back-In Spots
  • Full Hookups with 30- or 50-Amp Service
  • Patio Sites
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Kamp K9TM

RV Campgrounds

KOA Facilities for RVers

It all started with the RV back in 1962 at the Billings KOA. When KOA's founder, Dave Drum, saw campers traveling to the world's fair in need of a place to stay during their travels. While we have come a long way since our first campgrounds, we still apply that same diligence of continuous improvement by listening to your ideas and incorporating them into the RV experience at KOA. Our clean, level sites and full hookups let you easily set up camp so you can enjoy the fun activities and quality amenities that come standard behind every yellow sign.

Have you been to a KOA lately? That yellow sign still represents the best in customer service and campgrounds you can count on. With more than 500 locations, you can always expect variety, but some things at KOA always come standard, like the expertise and friendly customer service that comes with every dedicated employee wearing a yellow shirt. Other things you'll find at all locations include clean bathrooms and hot showers, KOA convenience stores and self-service laundry.

All of our locations are pet-friendly, so you can always travel with Fido. We make our furry guests feel right at home with our Kamp K9TM pet parks at select KOA locations. Let your pet run and play in a safe and secure environment. It's only fair that they get to have a little fun, too.

Beyond the standard essentials, you'll find a number of extras at many KOA locations. Get physical with hiking trails, bike rentals, water sports, land sports and swimming pools. Keep the kids or grandkids entertained with mini golf, game rooms, gem mining, horseback riding and fishing. Many locations also host themed weekends and special events, such as movie nights and pancake breakfasts, to keep you busy. Since all amenities differ based on location, make sure to reach out to your desired KOA campground to learn what they have to offer!

With so many different amenities and activity options, it's like a whole new experience every time you stay with KOA. Scope out the details of your selected location ahead of time to make sure you don't miss any of the fun.

Popular Sites and Attractions

Your RV is the perfect way to travel around North America, crossing off all those must-see attractions from your list. Pick one of your favorite attractions, and you're likely to find a KOA location in the area. The campground setting gives you a relaxing home base between all of your activities.

Not sure what type of attractions to look for or where KOA Campgrounds are located? Check out these options - you'll find KOA Campgrounds near them all:

1. National, State or Provincial Park Tours

Do you have a goal of seeing lots of different U.S. National Parks? KOA is the solution to your accommodation needs as you check off national park after national park.

Drive your RV through California with stops at Joshua Tree National Park, Sequoia National Forest, Yosemite National Park and a host of other national forests. You'll find KOA locations near all of them, plus other national parks throughout the country, including Yellowstone, Badlands, Everglades and Hot Springs National Parks.

2. Shores, Peaks and Trees

National parks aren't the only natural areas with a KOA location nearby. Plan a trip to the west coast and explore the beautiful beaches of California, Oregon, or Washington. Or if you're interested in seeing what the east coast beaches have to offer, stop by a KOA in Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia or Florida. You can stay close to the sandy beaches without the high cost of a beach rental.

National Parks aren't the only natural areas with a KOA location nearby. Plan a trip to the west coast and explore the beautiful beaches of California, Oregon, or Washington

National Parks aren't the only natural areas with a KOA Location nearby.

Plan a trip to the west coast and explore the beautiful beaches of California, Oregon, or Washington.

 

Prefer the mountains? We're there, too. Whether you're interested in seeing the Rocky Mountains, Appalachian Mountains, Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, or any other mountain in between you can count on KOA being nearby to accommodate you. If you like to lose yourself in the beauty of forests, many of our KOA locations feature wooded surroundings.

3. City Lights

Want access to cities without the 24/7 chaos? Search for a KOA location near your favorite big city. When you've had enough of the hustle and bustle, retreat to your peaceful RV camping site.

We have locations near many cities, including Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Washington D.C., Austin, Denver and Seattle, just to name a few.

4. Popular Snowbird Destinations

Ready to get out of the snow and cold for the winter? KOA locations in sunny, warm destinations let you live the snowbird life in the comforts of your RV. We have locations throughout the southern states, any of which would be perfect for your winter getaway.

Ready to get out of the snow and cold for the winter? KOA locations in sunny, warm destinations let you live the snowbird life in the comforts of your RV

Ready to get out of the snow and cold for the winter? KOA Locations in sunny, warm destinations let you live the snowbird life in the comforts of your RV.

 

Spend winter days exploring the Grand Canyon's South Rim in Arizona. Or if you're looking for a little southern comfort, migrate down to the Southeastern United States and enjoy all that our Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, South Carolina, and Georgia locations have to offer.

5. Popular Winter Texan Destinations

Ready to pack your bags, load up your RV and migrate to Texas for the winter? KOA has plenty of sunny and warm Texas destinations to accommodate every Winter Texan. All of our KOA Texas destinations are Winter Texan friendly and have a variety of high-quality amenities and services to keep you entertained and comfortable throughout your extended stay.

Whether you want to spend your winter relaxing on the southern coast of Texas, enjoy some time camping deep in the heart of Texas, or if you'd rather relax by the lake and enjoy the pool, we have a KOA Texas location to accommodate your needs.

6. Upcoming Events

Let those wedding invitations, class reunions, music festivals and sporting events be your guide in choosing a KOA location. Look under "Local Attractions" to find events and attractions around each KOA location. Instead of staying in a hotel, load up your RV and head to those upcoming events.

Let those wedding invitations class reunions music festivals and sporting events be your guide in choosing a KOA location

Let those wedding invitations, class reunions, music festivals and sporting events be your guide in choosing a KOA Location.

 

Check out Jazz Fest during a stay at one of our Louisiana KOAs, or RV your way to Texas for South by Southwest. Whether you prefer music, culture, sports or something else, traveling in your RV to your favorite events gives you the perfect reason to reserve a spot at a nearby KOA.

7. Local Spots

Need a break from your day-to-day routine but don't have the time to RV across the country? Reserve a spot at a local KOA with RV campsites.

Did you know 70% of campers camp within 200 miles of home? Make a quick getaway to a local KOA campground for camping fun close to home.

The KOA Difference

RV Site Amenities

What about the sites themselves?

General RV campgrounds vary significantly. Rest assured, KOA keeps your special needs as an RV camper in mind - with a focus on quality and convenient accommodations for rigs of varying sizes and styles.

Level ground makes it easy to set up your camper. Full hookups offer convenience, whether you stay a few days or several weeks. Choose from 30- and 50-amp service to match the needs of your RV.

Some locations even include patios for outdoor activities, dining and socializing. The patio sites add to the home-away-from home feeling that comes with RV camping. Gather your camping companions on the patio, or use it as a way to meet new friends among your fellow KOA campers.

Check out the types of RV campsites available at specific KOA campgrounds by going to the “RV Camping Sites” section under the “Ways to Stay” section on the campground’s page.

KOA Service and Assistance

New to RV camping? Seek out a friendly staff member in the easy-to-spot yellow shirt for help. Our staff are experts on all things outdoors and camping, and they're always ready to help to ensure your stay is amazing.

If you're having trouble with your RV, a KOA staffer can provide assistance or help you find a local mechanic or service shop. Rest assured, we'll find a way to help you get the assistance you need.

Our staff is just as helpful when things are going well. Ask them about special activities, rentals or amenities at the campground. If you're looking for an adventure beyond the campground, our staff can provide suggestions for local attractions, dining spots and activities. It's like having a personal travel agent any time you need one.

RV Hookups & Compatibility

RV Hookup Types

Sure, your RV is designed to let you go off the grid, but why give up the conveniences of home? Full hookups keep you connected for a more enjoyable experience. If you're new to RV camping, you may wonder what full hookup campgrounds are. Sites with full hookups give you the option to directly connect your RV to electricity, water and sewer.

Full Hookups

Why are full hookups important? They give you a convenient way to camp in your RV with a steady supply of water, which comes in handy in your camper bathroom and for cooking purposes. Sewer hookups offer easy waste disposal without having to dump your tank at the end of the trip. The electrical connection provides enough electricity to power everything inside your camper, including the air conditioning and heating system. It makes your RV feel even more like home.

KOA offers both 30- and 50-amp service in our parks. This lets you connect to the service that matches your camper's system. When given the option, it's always best to connect your 50-amp RV to 50-amp service. It protects the electrical system and appliances in your RV. You're also less likely to cause a blackout in the campground when you connect to the higher power source.

Electric/Water Hookups

Hookups offering water and electricity provide you with a source of power for your RV and a supply of clean, fresh water. Sometimes also referred to as “partial hookups,” these are often great for pop-up campers and smaller RVs.

Dry Hookups

Dry hookups offer a power source for your RV, but no hookup for water. If you choose a dry hookup campsite, don’t worry, KOA campgrounds offer clean bathrooms with fresh water and hot showers.

Types of RV Campsite Styles

Whether you prefer pull-thru or back-in sites, KOA has you covered. We offer well-planned RV sites designed for ease of setting up your rig.

Back-In RV Sites

Our back-in sites feature a 60-degree slant with wide clearance to back your RV into position. Once backed in place, you can easily connect to our full hook-ups to get your rig up and running.

Pull-Thru RV Sites

Not a fan of backing up in a large RV? Reserve one of pull-thru RV sites. You get the same 60-degree slant with the ease of driving straight through the spot into the perfect position.

Patio RV Sites

KOA patio RV sites are available as back-in or pull-thru sites and offer a patio and additional amenities that may include patio furniture, picnic tables, additional seating, charcoal BBQ pits, fire pits, and more! Contact specific KOA campgrounds for site amenities available at specific KOA locations and RV campsites.

No matter what type you choose, you'll appreciate the level sites at KOA campgrounds. You want your RV level for proper operation of appliances and for stability. You can use leveling blocks or ramps, but why deal with the hassle? When you park your RV on a level spot to begin with, you don't have to deal with extensive leveling, so you can get to the business of camping much faster.

Concerned about the length of your RV? Travel trailers and 5th wheel trailers range anywhere from 10 feet to 45 feet. Motorhomes come in anywhere from 17 feet to 40 feet. Check the exact length of your camper to ensure you get a site that fits. KOA RV sites are designed to accommodate a wide range of trailers and RVs, but it's always a good idea to check the exact length of the site compared to the exact length of your RV - and your tow vehicle if you have a trailer-style camper - to make sure it's a match made in camping heaven.

Caring for Our Communities KOA is committed to giving back within our local communities. Care Camps offer children with cancer a chance to relax with friends and have fun. We also offer Scout programs, environmental initiatives and work/camp opportunities.
Care Camps
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Work Kamper

Why Choose RV Camping

RV Camping 101

RV camping comes with many questions, especially if you're new to the activity. Let's start by defining RVs. A recreational vehicle is a vehicle used for recreational purposes that includes living space. The setup varies based on the specific type, from a basic camper van to a huge motorhome with slide-outs. RVs go by many names, including recreational vehicles, motorhomes, travel trailers, 5th wheel trailers, camper trailers and camper vans.

RVs fall into two categories: motorized and towable. Motorized campers include a cab integrated into the vehicle, so you don't need a separate towing vehicle. Towable campers require a truck or other large vehicle powerful enough to two the unit. The camper attaches to the hitch on the vehicle. Once you arrive, you detach your vehicle, so you can have a separate vehicle to drive to local attractions.

Why Choose RV Camping?

With so many ways to stay while on vacation, why is RV camping a good option? Here are a few reasons to hook up you rig and head to KOA:

  • Familiar accommodations: Your RV is a comfortable and familiar place. It's your home away from home. Having those familiar surroundings puts you at ease even more while you camp. You know how everything works inside. You know where everything is stored. It's your own personal space you can take along wherever you go.
  • Safety and protection: A camper gives you a safe place to sleep with more protection from cold and weather elements than you get in a tent. Many people feel safer inside a camper as well.
  • Comfort: Not excited about sleeping on the ground in a tent? An RV gives you a comfortable spot to sleep with various types of beds integrated into the design. Most units also have heating and cooling systems to keep the temperature comfortable, no matter the weather.
  • Extended camping season: When you camp in your RV, you extend your camping season even longer. The RV heater lets you start your camping season earlier in the year and stay longer into the fall.
Extended camping season - when you camp in your RV you extend your camping season even longer. The RV heater lets you start your camping season earlier in the year and stay longer into the fall

Extended Camping Season

When you camp in your RV, you extend your camping season even longer. The RV heater lets you start your camping season earlier in the year and stay longer into the fall.

  • Amenities: Depending on your camper layout and style, you may have your own kitchen area, bathroom, dining space and living area in your RV. It's like taking a mini version of your home with you with the privacy of having your own bathroom.
  • Easy camping prep: Once you prep your RV for the camping season, you can pack up and go for easy camping. You don't have to load and unload every single piece of camping gear each time you head out like you would with a tent.
  • Extended camping option: An RV is a comfortable option for extended camping trips. Park your RV, and stay for a few weeks or even a few months. RV camping at a KOA location is an affordable way to become a snowbird if you're considering heading south for the winter. Don't worry Snowbirds - we have plenty of southern locations perfect for your escape from the cold and snow.
  • Pet friendly: Camping in your RV is a sure way to be able to bring along your furry family member. Some campgrounds may restrict pets in cabins, but your RV is a pet-friendly zone. KOA Campgrounds are pet friendly, although some locations may designate only certain spots for pets. They even have Kamp K9TM dog parks when your dog needs to stretch his legs outside the camper. Check on the pet policies at the location you select to find out any restrictions or extra requirements.
Pet Friendly - Camping in your RV is a sure way to be able to bring along your furry family member. Some campgrounds may restrict pets in cabins, but your RV is a pet-friendly zone. KOA Campgrounds are pet friendly

Pet Friendly

Pet Friendly - Camping in your RV is a sure way to be able to bring along your furry family member. Some campgrounds may restrict pets in cabins, but your RV is a pet-friendly zone. KOA Campgrounds are pet friendly.

  • Affordability: Traveling in your RV can be an affordable way to see the country. You save money by eliminating airline tickets and expensive hotel stays. Get out and explore the country. We have plenty of locations to accommodate all of your bucket list destinations.

How To choose The Right RV Park For Your Vacation

Choosing a Location

Where do you want to explore? With your RV in tow, you can go virtually anywhere. Don't worry, you'll find a KOA nearby. Start by making a list of places you want to visit. Search for campground locations online or by using the KOA app to find your options. The campground description gives you all the details about the amenities and types of RV spots available at each location.

If you're planning an RV road trip, use the KOA Trip Planner to find stops along the way. Our KOA Journey Campgrounds feature convenient pull-through sites with locations near major roadways for easy access while road tripping. Well-lit, after-hours check-in means you can roll in when it fits your road trip timetable.

If you are a Snowbird or Winter Texan looking to escape to the winter weather, consider planning an extended stay at one of our quality southern, warm locations. With locations close to popular attractions and access to nature, you are sure to be able to plan the perfect winter getaway!

What You Should Know Before Reserving Your Spot at an RV Park

You have your RV dusted off and are ready for the camping season. You're ready to choose an RV park. What's next? Comparing the quality, amenities and customer service of potential campgrounds helps you narrow down your options to ensure you have a great time while camping.

What to Look for in an RV Spot

If you've spent much time RV camping you know not all rv camping sites are created equally.

If you've spent much time RV camping you know not all rv camping sites are created equally.

 

If you've spent much time RV camping, you know not all RV camping sites are created equally. So what do you need to look for when comparing RV parks? Here are a few features that top the list:

  • Ground: Is the ground flat or uneven? Rolling hills are beautiful to look at, but setting up a camper on uneven ground is no fun. KOA takes the slant out of RV setup with our clean, level sites.
  • Size: RVs come in all different sizes, as do camper sites. Make sure your rig fits comfortably onto the campsite. When making a reservation online, enter your RV length and we will match you up with a site that fits your rig. If you can't find the length of the RV spot, call the campground to get a measurement.
  • Site Style: RV spots come in two styles: back-in or pull-thru. This is more of a personal preference, but pull-thru spots generally make it easier to get your camper into the spot straight. If you get nervous when backing your RV, look for an RV campground with pull-thru sites. Many KOA locations have both styles for your convenience.
  • Hookups: RV sites come with a range of hookups, from primitive sites to full hookups. We already discussed the advantages of full hookups. Some campgrounds offer only electric, only water or both without the sewer connection. Make sure you know what type of hookup you're getting with your reservation. Our RV sites offer full hookups for your convenience.
  • Location: The location within the campground is another factor in choosing a spot. Decide if you want a wooded spot, a view of the lake or a spot near specific facilities. Many campgrounds take requests for site location ahead of time, although you cannot always get a guaranteed spot reservation.
  • Extras: Can you get Wi-Fi from your spot? Are you close to activities and amenities at the campground? The little things often make the difference in your experience. These extras can tip the scales toward KOA, since we offer a full range of amenities.

Reserving an RV Site

Reserving an RV Site - With over 60000 at our campgrounds youre sure to find an RV spot perfect for your upcoming getaway reservations are easy

Reserving an RV Site

With over 60000 at our campgrounds youre sure to find an RV spot perfect for your upcoming getaway reservations are easy.

 

With over 60,000 sites at our campgrounds, you're sure to find an RV spot perfect for your upcoming getaway. Reservations are easy. Head to our website, find your location and search for availability on your preferred dates. When you find what you want, you can complete the reservation process right online, through our app or by calling the local campground.

If you're already on the road, check out the KOA App. Search for locations right from your smartphone or tablet. Filter the options based on your preferred amenities, mark certain locations as favorites and complete your reservation, all from the app.

The final options are to go directly to the source and call the location itself, where you will reach a friendly staff member ready to answer your questions and complete your reservation. Or if you're in a bit of a hurry, walk-in reservations are also welcome, so feel free to stop in on your way through and reserve a campsite for the night or even longer if you like.

The specific reservation process varies somewhat by location, but you can expect to pay a deposit to hold the reservation. The deposit typically equals the cost for one night of the RV site. We understand things come up sometimes, so it's a good idea to review the cancellation policy for special requirements of the campground location you choose. The standard cancellation deadline is at least 48 hours before your reservation or by 4 p.m. at least two days prior to your scheduled arrival date.

What To Bring

What to bring - Packing up for an RV trip takes some planning to ensure you bring everything you need. Our on-site convenience stores offer basic camping supplies

What to bring

Packing up for an RV trip takes some planning to ensure you bring everything you need. Our on-site convenience stores offer basic camping supplies.

 

Packing up for an RV trip takes some planning to ensure you bring everything you need. Our on-site convenience stores offer basic camping supplies. Many of our stores even sell parts and accessories geared toward RV campers, but it's always best to show up prepared.

Check these items off your list as you pack:

  • Setup gear: Verify you have all of the gear you need to safely set up your camper once you arrive. This includes stabilizing jacks to ensure your camper stays nice and level. You'll also need your hoses and cords to connect your RV to the utilities on the campsite.
  • Food & Cooking supplies: Check your RV cupboards for pans, utensils and other cooking gear. Some RV campers also bring portable camp stoves or grills. You know your camp cooking style better than anyone, so pack what you feel comfortable using. Always make sure to pack a few non-perishable items that you can take with you as a snack for any of your daytime nature adventures.
  • Outdoor items: Pack up any special chairs, clotheslines, screen tents and other outdoor items you want to use during your stay.
  • Personal items: The items on this list vary significantly from one camper to the next, but they generally include clothes, toiletries, medications and any other personal items you want.
  • Towels and linens: Bring plenty of towels and linens to keep you comfortable. Blankets always come in handy, even during the summer.

Tips for RV Camping

KOA makes RV camping stress free. Want to make the trip even more enjoyable? Follow these RV camping tips:

  • Perform regular maintenance: Basic maintenance tasks such as cleaning, inspecting, replacing filters, lubricating and servicing the engine keep your RV running well. Winterizing your RV or the off-season is also important in keeping it in good condition. If you notice a problem, fix it right away, even if it seems minor. Those small issues can quickly grow into major issues.
  • Check air pressure before every trip: In addition to regular maintenance, checking tire pressure before every trip is important. Low tire pressure is a major safety risk.
  • Know the size: You need to know both the length and the height of your camper. This helps you determine if it can fit into particular areas.
Know the size - You need to know both the length and the height of your camper. This helps you determine if it can fit into particular areas

Know the size: You need to know both the length and the height of your camper. This helps you determine if it can fit into particular areas.

  • Prep for the weather: Don't forget to check the weather report for your destination. Pack the right type of gear and clothing to match those conditions.
  • Know your rig: Knowing what to expect from your RV and having experience handling it makes your trip to KOA easier. If you're new to RV camping, take your vehicle out for some practice runs before the big camping trip.
  • Don't over pack: While you don't want to forget the essentials, you don't want to go overboard in your packing. RVs generally have limited storage space, so make the best use of that space by focusing on the necessities.
Dont over pack: While you don't want to forget the essentials, you don't want to go overboard on your packing

Dont over pack: While you don't want to forget the essentials, you don't want to go overboard on your packing.

  • Balance: On a related note, it's important to balance the load inside the camper for easier and safer transport.

Visit our KOA RV Services page for more tips on RV maintenance, RV travel and important reminders about RV and auto safety. Or visit our blog for more tips on RV travel and camping.  

Where will your next RV adventure take you? Reserve your RV spot at a nearby KOA today!

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