Elkhart Co. / Middlebury KOA General Information

General Campground Information

Quiet Please!

We appreciate the fact that our guests want to enjoy the great outdoors and strictly enforce our Quiet Hours of 10pm. We will frequently walk or drive the campground after quiet hours to make sure that ALL music is turned off and remind children it's time to return to their sites and spend some quiet time with their family. It is important that all our guests enjoy thier time here while being respectful of the others around them. Thanks for understanding!

No Outside Firewood Allowed!

In order to preserve our trees we are preventing any outside firewood coming into the campground! We have multiple offers for firewood including small bundles (a 1 time fire) for $ 6 & Golf Cart loads of firewood for $22.50 (including tax).If you call us and pre-pay for your golf cart of wood there's a $5 discount! We could have it at your site when you arrive (if it's not raining). We are doing our part to protect the natural environment at our campground -thank you for helping us to do the same!

Visitor's Fee

We have a $5 fee for each adult visitor during your stay with us. Visitors MUST register at the front desk to receive a Visitor Hang Tag for their vehicle and to be directed to the parking area closest to your campsite. There is ONLY room for one vehicle per campsite allowed at the site to prevent damage to our grass and blocking of the roadways.

No mats allowed!

We have worked hard over the years to create a nice green healthy outside environment for our guests. In doing so we have planted new grass in many of our sites and have improved the yards them as well. In an effort to maintain the new grass we are no longer allowing mats of ANY kind (including the grass-saving style) on the campground. Thank you for understanding and for helping us create the best camping experience for you, our guest! PLEASE help us keep our grass alive and do NOT put down mats of any kind during your stay!

Store hours, check-ins & visitor policy

Our store, gift shop and registration desk is open Monday-Saturday 8am-8pm & Sunday 8am-6pm (May-Sept) April & October store is open 8:30am-6pm daily. Our check out time is 1pm daily, if site is open you are welcome to have a late departure for a fee of $5/hr - if you stay after 4pm it is a full night's stay. We welcome your visitors while you are with us, however - they MUST register, pay a visitor's fee of $5/person, and park up front in visitor's parking! If you have a visitor that cannot walk back to your site we would be happy to bring them to you on a golf cart.

ONE vehicle per site!

Due to a plethora of campers insisting on bringing more then one vehicle to camp, our grass on our campsites has been dying. Therefore we will INSIST on one vehicle ONLY on each campsite - Pulling vehicle for campers with trailers and fifth wheels & towing vehicles for campers with motor homes. We have parking areas should you come with extra vehicles. PLEASE help us save our grass and make your site a pleasant one! You will have more room in your yard and less dirt to deal with in the long run! THANK YOU!

Early Arrivals

PLEASE call if you will be arriving prior to 1pm so that we can check if your site is vacant. Our checkout time is 1pm and we don't expect our guests to leave until that time, we have limited 'staging' parking for early arrivals to wait in, so it's best if you call in the morning to see if your site is vacant.

Meet Your Hosts

Hope Perkins & Nick Harrison

Guest Services is our specialty! From Welcome to Farewell, we are at your service and hope to meet all your needs during your stay! We specialize in assisting new RVer's all the ropes to running their units the best possible way.

Expect to be treated like family and be greeted with a smile when you arrive at the Elkhart Co./Middlebury KOA! The Perkins originally are from the Boston area of the East Coast and are former ardent campers. "We give our guests the kind of service we would expect from a campground," Hope says.

Owner Hope Perkins (with her late husband Peter) purchased the campground in 2002. Previously, Hope worked for an ophthalmologist as an assistant, but both were ready for a lifestyle change and wanted to interact with people who were traveling. Hope throws her all into the campground and is proud of the many upgrades and changes they have made since purchasing in 2002.

Hope's son, Nick, known as "Boston," brings new life to the campground with his youth, energy, love of the outdoors and interest in today's ever-changing technologies. Nick can be seen darting all over the campground chasing a lawn mower or working on the latest projects. He is also in charge of our recently upgraded pool and all that goes with keeping it clean for our guests.

Hope and Nick are particularly proud of their extensive store that offers everything from RV supplies to great local souvenirs.

When the family is not traveling, they enjoy visiting with their guests, listening to music, reading, watching movies and scrap booking.