Check-out for all sites is 12:00 p.m.
All dogs are required to be under control and within visual observation of their owner at all times. A six foot leash rule is in effect whenever the animal is outside the owner's camping trailer, vehicle, cabin or motorhome. No dog should be left tied up and unattended outside the owner's camping equipment. Allowing your pet to bark uncontrollably day or night will not be permitted and you may be asked to leave if you are not able to control your pet's barking behavior. While we do not have any specific breed restrictions, all aggressive animals will be asked to leave the park for the safety of our guests and their furry family members.
Customer service and making our guests feel like they are visiting our home is our main goal.KOA is fortunate to welcome Denise to Door County! Denise boasts plenty of experience and love for the outdoors. She began her career with KOA in 2013 as a front desk clerk in the Outerbanks. After developing a solid understanding of KOA camping, she was transferred to an operations manager position for Okeechobee KOA Resort in Florida. She went on to spend three and a half years with Okeechobee before taking the role of manager at Albuquerque KOA Journey.
Denise enjoys anything outdoors; especially concerts and festivals, and would drop everything if Maryland Blue Crabs are on the table. You may catch a glimpse of her two adorable dogs Cubby and Scooby while visiting the campground. When Denise isn't busy with KOA, she loves spending time with her daughters Chelsea and Lyndsay .
Denise loves this job and the people she has had the pleasure of meeting along the way, she looks forward to meeting you in Door county and hopes you feel right at home.
That doesn't mean this area has to always be empty. When you start reviewing camping options, your history will display here to help compare sites and find the best stay. You will be able to share your stay information with friends or family and save it for a later time if you have a KOA.com Account.