Charlotte / Fort Mill KOA General Information

General Campground Information

Cabin guests

Please make sure you bring your linens and pillows. You must arrive before close of business on the day of arrival. Sunday 10pm, Monday-Thursday 11pm, Friday and Saturday 12midnight.

$10 early check-in fee

Check-in Time is 3 p.m. You can check-in early for an extra $10 if a site is available.

Propane service is now available.

Our propane service is now available

Deluxe cabin requires $100 credit card hold

Effective March 1, 2018, we will place a refundable $100 on your credit card for your stay in the deluxe cabin. Refundable after inspection of cabin.

Campfires allowed

You can have a campfire on the ground. No fire rings required. Firewood for sale at the Valero Gas station convenient store.

Maximum stay on tent and cabin sites

Maximum stay of 7 days on tent and cabin sites with a 30 day waiting period on our next visit.

Campfire policy

Our campground has no fire rings. However, you are allowed to have a small campfire in the gravel or dirt area of your site.

Quiet Hours

Our campground enforces quiet hours between 10pm to 8am.

Credit card and ID required

Upon your arrival, the same person that made the reservation will be asked for the same credit card and their ID. This is a security measure to protect you and the campground from fraud.

Store Hours and check-in location

Check-in at the new registration building: right next to registration parking. Early or late arrivals can check-in at the Valero gas station convenience store. Registration parking area is across from the Pavilion. The convenient store hours are Monday - Thursday from 7am to        11 pm, Friday and Saturday 7am to midnight and Sunday 7am to 10 pm.

Pool Hours

Pool hours; 10am to 9pm.

Meet Your Hosts

John Trigg

There is always something new here, always improvement!

John Trigg, the owner of Charlotte/Fort Mill KOA, has been in the campground/RV industry for over 30 years. Before owning the campground, Mr. Trigg owned and operated one of the largest RV dealerships in the Charlotte area. When the opportunity arose for John to become a campground owner in the mid-1980's, there was no hesitation. When approached by KOA in 2000 to convert to the KOA brand, he jumped at the chance. “In the campground industry, KOA is the gold standard by which all other campgrounds are judged. Not only was it an honor to have met that standard, but to be part of such a great organization keeps us reaching for that quality standard that KOA campers expect,” says John.
Mr. Trigg, aided by a professional support staff, currently handles the day-to-day management of the park. John likes to concentrate his efforts on large annual projects, such as: picnic shelters, lounge expansion, a pool cabana snack shack, and even a brand new camper registration building.   “Almost every year since becoming a KOA, we've made incremental changes in the layout and amenities that we are able to provide our guests,” says John. “There is always something new here, always improvement!”

“KOA customers expect the best,” he continues, “We aim to provide them the best! Being RV campers ourselves, we also provide camper convenience by having a gas station right on premises (including diesel), so rigs can fill up on their way out of the park. Our fuel prices are often less-expensive than what our campers may be used to paying in their home state. We also offer propane fill-ups on premises, as well as a full service convenience store, and even fresh-baked pizza. Also, John's Place Bar and Lounge offers live music, karaoke, and weekly poker tournaments, depending on which evening it is.”

Having raised several children, John is sensitive of their offerings for families. “Whether it's a quick dip in the pool or a few rounds of mini-golf, we know that kids are at their best when they are busy and having fun!” he says. “We try to make sure that the activities available on our campground are engaging as well as physically challenging to kids."

“We are proud of our campground, both for our constant improvements and our convenient location to just about anywhere in the Charlotte area,” says John, “What we are most proud of are our excellent staff members, without whom none of this could be possible.”

We do apologize and regret our cable service is no longer available. We have plenty of HD Antenna channels available.

In closing, Mr. Trigg welcomes you to the Charlotte/Fort Mill KOA, just below the heart of Charlotte - your home away from home.

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