Rock Island / Quad Cities KOA General Information

General Campground Information


Rock Island KOA supports state and federal laws that prohibit the movement of all firewood that has not been kiln dried. Kiln dried wood is free from disease and infestation and is safe to transport. Rock Island KOA sells only kiln dried wood and allows campers to bring only certified kiln dried wood into the park or purchase it at the park.

Pool Hours

During the pool season our pool is available for use from 10am to 9pm daily with the exception of closures for weather, mechanical issues or special events.

Check-in and Check-out Times

Check-in for all RV and tent sites is 2pm and 3pm for all cabins. Check-in for Deluxe Cabins are not available after store hours (6 P.M. winter and 7 P.M. summer) Check-out time for all sites is 11 AM.

Visitor Policy

Rock Island KOA charges a fee of $6 per person for all visitors entering the park. Refund is provided if the stay is under 30 minutes. With the visitor fee the guest may use the facilities like a registered guest for the entire day. Visitors are requested to leave the park by 11pm.

Store Hours

As we are a campground opened year round, our hours change with the seasons. In season from mid May to mid Sept we are opened from 8am - 9pm daily. Our shoulder seasons vary so please call. Our off season hours November - March we are open Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm and Sunday 12pm - 5pm.

Quiet Hours

Quiet hours are from 11pm to 7am. Quiet does not mean absolute silence but does require that the sound level not disturb others in the park.

Meet Your Hosts

John and Carole Downing

The campground is loaded with children playing, and the KOA caters to them with activities and outdoor recreational attractions.

After nineteen seasons the Rock Island KOA just continues to add improvements that campers enjoy.

"We are always looking for ways to improve the park and create an environment that allows our guests to fully enjoy the camping experience” John said. "Our local guests are the first to comment on the many changes that have occurred during our years of ownership."

People in the area commend them for their improvements, while the city identified their campground as an asset. When they bought their business, they were just looking to get into the campground market and thought a KOA franchise would be the best option.

The Downings enjoy seeing the many families that stay in their park and take advantage of all the great activities. "This is a total turnaround from before," John said. Today the campground is loaded with children playing, and the KOA caters to them with activities and outdoor recreational attractions as well as many local attractions.

John and Carole have three grandsons and one granddaughter (ages 31, 19, 11, and 2) who help contribute many great ideas and some "interesting" ideas such as free cake for everyone, everyday! We will let you guess which grandchild suggested that one...

"We look for appropriate ways to enhance our guest experience as we feel it is up to us to facilitate a great camping experience."

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