General Campground Information
Remember When Diner
Check in for cabins and lodges is 1:00 pm Check out is 11:00 am
Please do not bring outside firewood due to the Emerald Ash Boer beetle
Visitors MUST register before going to your site, you may pre-register them when you check in
Cancellation Policy for 2020
4 legged family member policy
Check In check out times 2020
Check out times for sites lodges and cabin 11:00 a.m.,
Visitor hours are 10:00 am until 9:00 pm
Open Memorial Day Weekend until the weekend after Labor Day. Children under 14 must be with an adult 18 or older. No glass or alcohol in pool area. NO SMOKING ZONE.
Children must be at their site and not on the playground during these times
Meet Your Hosts
There is a peace when sitting on the creek and watching the ducks or fishing
Before the camping business, John and Judi Durham owned a restaurant; something Judi said helped mold them into great service-oriented people. The camping business is all about people, and John and Judi love the ability to get up each morning and meet others. "We wake up every day and don't know what is going to happen," Judi said. "Every day is different and exciting."
We have brought that same restaurant enthusiasm to the KOA, check out or Remember When Diner with all its memorabilia! As featured in Motorhome Magazine.
John and Judi say campers love the serenity their campground offers. "There is a peace when sitting on the creek and watching the ducks or fishing," added Judi. The repeat business they have collected over the years is a good way of reconnecting with their campers. The family-oriented park is a great getaway in a very scenic area. When a camper drives the curving road to the KOA, they encounter nature at its best. The roads twists alongside the creek and the over-hanging trees provide an unusual, relaxed atmosphere. "We camped with our daughter at this very campground when she was one year old. We bought the campground when she was 5," said Judi recalling their 1988 purchase. The pool, outdoor theater, miniature golf course, and scheduled activities keep campers busy for as long as they would like to stay. According to Judi, the creek is wide and is a fun place to canoe or fish. "Thirteen sites line the creek and we have many return campers who have their favorite sites out there," added Judi.
In October at the Hagerstown KOA is the house next door to the campground. The home took the name, "The Terror of Creekside Manor" and it is a fun Halloween activity. "We discovered the haunted nature of the house and decided to turn it into an actual haunted house," said Judi. "It is open for five full weeks in October and is open to campers and the public. We love it."