General Campground Information

CHECK IN / CHECK OUT DETAILS

Check-in:  Campsites: 2 PM 
                 Cabins:  3:00 pm
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Check-out:  Campsites: 1 PM
                   Cabins: 11 AM

 Early check-ins and late check-outs could be available for an additional fee.

Firewood Policy

Firewood is sold at the General Store.  It can be purchased in bundles that includes one fire starter.  There is also a "Special" where 3 bundles + one fire starter is available.
All firewood comes from local sources.

STORE HOURS

Sunday:  8:00-1:30
Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday:  10:00-5:30
Friday:  10:00-9:00 
Saturday:  8:00-7:00
Hours fluctuate with time of year and population in campground.

Visitor Policy

A visitor is anybody who is not registered on your reservation.
All visitors must be presented and registered at the Office/General Store.  There is a fee for any visitor who enters the campground.  All visitors vehicles must park outside of the gate.  If you have a visitor with a handicap pass, it is recommended that you park outside of the gate so your visitor is closer to your site.  
Day time fees are applicable between the hours of noon - 10:30 pm =  $8 per person.
If your visitor is in the campground after 10:30 pm, an overnight fee will be added to your reservation.  Check-out is 1 pm the following day.  = $18 per person
If your visitor is in the campground after 1 pm, another day pass will be added to your account.   = $8 per person
Visitors follow the same check in and check out rules as daily campers.  
If you only need to see your visitor for a short amount of time, it is recommended that you visit outside of the gate, so a fee is not added to the account.
All visitors must check in, pay applicable fees and get a car tag to park outside of the gate.  
If the campground is at capacity, visitors may not be allowed.

QUIET HOURS

10:30 PM until 8:00 AM
If your neighbor can hear your music, laughter or yelling, you will be asked to discontinue your activity.

Meet Your Hosts

Nance and John Glantz

"Come Stay and Play at Raystown Lake / Saxton KOA"

Camping has always been the thread that holds us together.  We both enjoy just being out there at our favorite camping spots.  Just us and our dogs (oh yeah, our cat camps as well).  It's almost like another world when we meet new people and hear their stories.  People who love to camp are so much fun to be around.
Over a dozen years ago, we decided to turn our love for camping into a second career.  We purchased this piece of property and turned it into a private campground.  Two years ago, we decided to take the labor of our love and turn it to something even better.  After a lot of improvements, we had ourselves a brand new KOA Holiday Campground. 
We have always tried to make the current year better than the year before.  Come and enjoy yourselves in our neck of the woods!
Come Stay and Play with us.  We look forward to seeing you soon!