Tent Reviews

Aug 15, 2022
The location is great but the facilities were not kept up very well. Bathrooms were dirty, trash not attended to, and not enough staff to operate facilities in a timely manner.
Aug 15, 2022
Our family really enjoyed out stay at the Harpers Ferry/ Civil War Battlefields KOA. The tent site was a decent size and there were lots of activities for our children. The 2 negatives we experienced while at the camp were the arcade which had multiple broken games, and the men's bathroom which was not tended too nearly enough.
Aug 15, 2022
We always have a great time when we stay. We love the campground and staff. There is always fun activities and events for the kids to do. Definitely fun for the whole family.
Aug 09, 2022
May 29, 2023
Very fun weekend! We took three teenagers and they had a great time at basketball, volleyball and the arcade. There's a lot for kids to do. We did rafting at River Riders--there is a walking path there from the campground. The only negative is the lack of knowledge of the employees at registration. I called ahead to find out what was there, and they didn't know much. As a result, we brought lots of unnecessary stuff. When checking in, they sent us to the wrong cabin (in a completely different area). Here's some info in case it can help someone be more informed than we were: The camp store is well-stocked. They have all the basics, plus beer and wine. Wood is $7 per bundle and they will deliver to your site. Coffee is available at Grapes and Grinds. The lady that worked there is very knowledgeable--go to her with questions about the area. There are a couple of restaurants that deliver to the campground. Those were advertised on the map we got at registration. The pavilion sells pancakes, bacon, eggs, sausage and coffee during the summer season 8-11am. We stayed in cabin KL05. KL01-KL07 are lodges with bathrooms. Don't confuse them with K101, etc. I don't know why they don't change the numbers...the staff can't even keep it straight. Anyway, the ones that start with KL are lodges (L for lodge). Ours was nice, clean and had the most comfortable queen mattress we've found in a campground cabin. Here's what's in the lodge, so maybe you won't have to pack so much: The queen bed is made with clean linens and pillows. There's a set of linens and pillows for the twin beds. All were fresh and clean. We only needed a fitted full sheet to cover the futon. There was a coverlet and pillow for that, but we didn't see any sheets. There is a hairdryer in the bathroom. There are also hotel style shampoos and bar soaps. Bath towels, hand towels and wash cloths are provided. In the kitchen, there is a full-sized refrigerator with top freezer. There's a microwave and two-burner stove. No oven. There's a Kuerig with four pods of various flavors. There are pots and pans, eating and cooking utensils, bowls, a cutting board, cups and glasses, and measuring cups and spoons. There's dish detergent and a clean towel. There are paper towels, toilet paper and two trash bags. Outside there is a fire ring with picnic table. The fire ring has the big grill that flips so it can be over the fire. If you are going to use that, you will probably need a grill brush to clean it. Hope this helps someone pack. Have a great time!
- T on Google
May 21, 2023
Second year in a row staying here, very nice place! Staff are friendly, amenities are great.
- Chellc Clayton on Google
May 19, 2023
Hands down the best KOA we've ever stayed at. I will say that if you're camping with children this is hands down your best place I've seen in a long time with lots of activities, playgrounds, arcade, and a pool if you're here at the right time of year. The campsites are relatively small which is what I expect from a commercial campground. We did look at a couple of the comfort stations in the bathroom showers are clean and have been updated very well. The camp store is also outstanding and they have an attached theater for kids movies that they show in the evenings. Also during the peak part of the summer they have plenty of help with lots of that planned activities for children and some for adults. One last thing the roads are fairly tight and most spots are back-in so you better be good at maneuvering your trailer.
- Rick Adkins on Google