General Campground Information


Visitors must register in-person at Kampstore with registered camper. Additional fees posted at kampstore. Visitors will receive Kampground rules. Visitor passes expire at 10:00 PM.


Allowed only in fire rings. Do not leave fires unattended. All fires must be extinguished by midnight. No Outside Firewood: Due to the risk of disease and invasive insects.

Store Hours

Open All Year

Winter Hours November 1 to March 31
Sunday - Thursday          9:30 AM to 6 PM
Friday and Saturday        9:30 AM to 6 PM

Summer Hours April 1 to October 31
Sunday - Thursday          9:00 AM to 6 PM
Friday and Saturday        9:00 AM to 8 PM


Speed limit is 7 MPH. Please watch for children. No clotheslines.


Weather may change quickly, so be prepared for sudden gusty winds by ensuring that awnings and other items are properly secured at all times.


The laundry facility is located at the bath house . Quarters are required. Quarters are available at the office. Please do not hang clotheslines at Site. Laundry facility is 24 hrs.


Check-In (RV sites): 1:00. Check-Out (RV sites): 11 AM.


Check-In ( Tiny House and Cabins): 2:00 PM. Check-Out ( Tiny House and Cabins): 11:00 AM.


Please do not change your assigned site before checking with the office.


Reservations may be made up to one year in advance. Guests who wish to return the same time next year, and who would like to request the same site, should make their reservations on arrival.


Please park vehicles only at your assigned site. Sites which appear to be vacant may have a reservation and should not be used as parking. If additional parking is needed, check with our office regarding overflow areas and options. Please do not park on the grass.


If you wish to use the campground WiFi for your computer, please get the password from our office. Our system is designed for you to get your emails and browse sites. Enhanced WiFi is available for an additional fee. $2.00 a day or $10.00 for 7 days. Stop in the office for additional information.


10:00 PM to 7:00 AM


A dumpster is located near the propane station, but we will gladly pick up trash at your site. Please bag, tie, and put at curb before 11:00 AM . Please do not put trash out at night. Please maintain and leave a clean RV site.


Open 10 AM to Dusk. Children under 14 must be with an adult. No lifeguard. No glass allowed


Pets should be kept leashed and under control. Pets that display aggressive behavior will be asked to leave. Please clean up after your pet. Pets are not allowed in buildings or in pool area. Pets should not be left unattended. Some of our cabins are pet friendly. If interested in a pet friendly cabin, please book early.

Meet Your Hosts

Karen and Bob Clouser, Steve Clouser

We want to welcome you to the family. Come join us here, while making your own memories.

Welcome to Baileyton KOA! We are Bob and Karen Clouser, owners and operators of Baileyton KOA since May of 2015. We pride ourselves on being a family run and family focused campground. We are proud to have our family working with us, Bob's brother Steve, and our son, Chris, are integral parts of our everyday operations and service to our guests. We are excited to meet new guests and help create moments and memories that we have found irreplaceable in our own lives.As children, our parents took us camping;  we have fond memories of sitting around the campfire roasting marshmallows and making smores. And as parents we took our children camping;  creating more memories. My two children still remember the year that we traveled from Pennsylvania to Salt Lake City, Utah. We stayed in KOA cabins our entire trip and we had a great time.  If you were to ask my children, they would tell you we walked through Arches National Park in the middle of a blazing desert in the summer, they refer to it as the ‘death march'. Of course to them, a five mile hike was a death sentence in itself but we all still remember our trip together and laugh about it now.  Bob and I both got tired of working in the corporate world.  We decided we had had enough. We always had intentions of being workampers and seeing the rest of the country. When the opportunity arose to workamp in Medina, New York, we jumped at the chance.  We had a great year as workampers but we wanted a place of our own. We wanted to share with other families what we had with our own family; lifelong and unforgettable memories. So once again, welcome to Baileyton KOA.  We want to welcome you to the family. Come join us here, while making your own memories.