General Campground Information
General Information for our Campground
Check in time is after 2 pm and check out time is 11 am. Our cabin registration times vary slightly to check in after 3 pm and check out time of 11 am.
We always encourage a campfire while staying at our park, it's just part of camping. We are restricted by the Department of Environmental Protection and the Forestry Department from the transportation of firewood across state lines, so we do ask that you not bring your own firewood from other states. Firewood is for sale at the camp store for $5 per bundle. There are a couple of retailers in town that sell firewood, but you have to go get it.
Visitors of our camping guests are always welcome, however, there is a $7.50 charge for all visitors who utilize the campground facilities. Visitors must check into the campground office and obtain a parking pass and determine where the appropriate parking is located.
Enjoyment of camping for all guests is required, please respect your neighbors by keeping any noise and volume to a minimum. Official Quiet hours are enforced between 10 pm and 8am. Bicycle riding is prohibited after dark for everyone's safety! Likewise, children must be on their respective campsite during quiet hours.
We are proud to offer a very clean and refreshing swim lake with sandy beach. While the beach and swim lake is a natural body of water, the fun comes with rules. ALL swimmers, regardless of age or ability, must sign a waiver of liability. Children must be signed in by a parent or guardian. Once the waiver of liability is signed an armband is issued to each swimmer. Life jackets are provided in all sizes for any swimmer that goes past the shallow markers. The large inflatable "toys" are located in the deep end of the lake and require life jackets to enjoy. This year we will have the water trampoline again, the jungle jim and the rocket for guest enjoyment.
Guest Service Guide
Meet Your Hosts
It's not work if your having fun!The Andrews family has taken the "Life is Good" motto to heart. They resigned from their corporate jobs as a banker and engineer, sold their house, and bought a diamond-in-the-rough campground. Since purchasing the park in 2007, the owners have put alot of blood, sweat, and tears (and money) into the park to restore its natural beauty and wonder.
Southern hospitality is the name of the game for the Andrews family. They couldn't imagine running a business any other way. With all the friends they've made, every year gets better and better. "We don't call our campers 'customers', because they are our guests. We make guest service our number one priority!"
We invite you to come out and camp with us at Huntington KOA. Be sure to stop in and say hi, we would enjoy meeting you and your family. We'll have a sweet tea or ice cream on the front porch. See you soon!