Check-In (RV sites): Noon.
Check-Out (RV sites): 11 AM.
Check-In (Deluxe Cabins and Condos): 3:00 PM.
Check-Out (Deluxe Cabins and Condos): 11:00 AM.
For a complete list of fire safety rules, please click here.
Please do not change your assigned site before checking with the office.
Reservations may be made up to one year in advance. Guests who wish to return the same time next year, and who would like to request the same site, should make their reservations on arrival.
Please park vehicles only at your assigned site. Sites which appear to be vacant may have a reservation and should not be used as parking. If additional parking is needed, check with our office regarding overflow areas and options.
If you wish to use the campground WiFi for your computer, please get the password from our office. Our system is designed for you to get your emails and browse sites. Our system is not designed to perform tasks that needs more bandwidth (such as Skype, movie downloads, streaming video, etc.). If you have trouble getting online, come to our campground office and we will be happy to assist you.
10:00 PM to 7:00 AM
Please respect your neighbors by keeping conversation, radio, television, and musical instrument volume to a minimum. The running of generators is not permitted.
Open 9 AM to 10 PM.
Children under 14 must be with an adult. No lifeguard. No glass allowed. No children under 13 allowed in the hot tub.
Pets should be kept leashed and under control. Pets that display aggressive behavior will be asked to leave. Please clean up after your pet. Pets are not allowed in buildings or in pool area. Pets should not be left unattended. Some of our cabins are pet friendly. If interested in a pet friendly cabin, please book early. There is a fee of $25 per pet for cabin stay. This fee is paid at time of registration.
A dumpster is located near the waterfront deluxe cabin parking area, but we will gladly pick up trash at your site. Please bag, tie, and put at curb before 2:00 PM. Please do not put trash out at night. Please maintain and leave a clean RV site.
Speed limit is 10 MPH. Please watch for children. No clotheslines, ropes, or wires. No weapons, firearms, or fireworks of any kind permitted. No ground fires. Grills and self-contained fire pits with lids are allowed but should not be left unattended.
Weather may change quickly, so be prepared for sudden gusty winds by ensuring that awnings and other items are properly secured at all times. Should a hurricane evacuation become necessary, all guests and all belongings must leave the property promptly when instructed by management to do so.
Please check your campground site map for more guidelines to follow. All of these rules were made for your safety and comfort and to ensure the enjoyment of all of our guests.
Welcome to our island, a great place to stay and play!For over 20 years, Tom and Stacie Brooks have been enjoying a wonderful ride with Kampgrounds of America and all that the organization has to offer.
These high school sweethearts from north Georgia began their careers in the outdoor hospitality industry entertaining vacationers on cruise ships. They tried "real life" (computer jobs, etc.) briefly, but knew they wanted to continue working together in the business of fun. "We saw an ad in the Orlando paper about manager trainee opportunities at KOA, and the rest is history!" says Stacie.
Tom and Stacie have been on the move managing KOA Kampgrounds from the Pacific to the Atlantic and from New England to the Florida Keys, with a few stops in between. The Brooks' currently manage the South Padre Island KOA. "We remember that first and foremost the camper is here to have fun," says Tom. "We do whatever we can to ease their worries and provide relaxation and enjoyment."
Campers notice the efforts of Tom, Stacie and their staff. A recent comment card read, "We wanted to let you know what a fine job this park and the staff do for us. We are here for our third winter because of the cleanliness of the facilities, the many kindnesses of the staff, and the great activities."
When not putting their time and energy into the campground, Tom and Stacie love to travel and have visited more than 50 countries. Tom is a certified Zumba Instructor (ZIN) and he rocks the house with weekly Zumba classes at the KOA. Tom also likes to play the guitar. Stacie is also a Zumba fanatic, a ventriloquist, and a TIVO Master.