General Campground Information
Hey Campers! Here are some things you need to know.
Cabins anytime after 2pm.
*Checkout: 11am for all.
* Quiet times are from 9pm-8am. Please obey as we all need a good rest! .
*Visitors are welcome. The total limit per site is 7 people. Visitors staying longer than 1 hour are $8/person. All visitors must be gone by 8pm.
*Short term storage is available at $10/day, no hook-ups.
*Sorry, but no ground fires or campfires are allowed in this county. It is illegal to transport firewood across state lines.
* Sorry, no streaming video, watching TV, or gaming is allowed on our Wi-Fi as it is very limited. We do not have unlimited data. Free Wi- Fi is for one unit per paid site for those paying the daily rate only.
Special dates and their cancellation policy:
June 30,July 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
August 17,18,19 and 30,31
These dates all require a 7 day cancellation period.
Pool 10 am- dusk daily (Memorial Day - Labor Day) weather permitting
We love our campers! Hope to see you soon. Thank you, hope you have a Great Day!
KOA Granite City
Rv/Tent Sites 12pm CST
Pool hours 9am to dusk Memorial Day through Labor Day
Visitors must stop at the office and let us know who they are here to see an leave the park by 9pm nightly. Visitors must register to use amenities.
Quiet Hours are 9pm to 9am daily.
Meet Your Hosts
Come visit us on historic Rt. 66, see St Louis and its many free sites like the Zoo & Science Center.
They call him "Mr. KOA," and to John Cuvar, it is quite a compliment. The Granite City KOA owner said he can be found 99 percent of the time in his campground. "What I do is to do KOA," he said. "I don't know why I need a home. To me, KOA is my home. I live out there."
John and his wife, Thelma, bought the KOA in 1982 at an auction. Back then the campground was really run down, and the Cuvars worked hard for years to bring it back up to KOA standards. "We didn't know what we were getting into, but we thought it was a good investment," John said. "We rebuilt the whole campground to get it an 'A' rating. It took a long time and a lot of work."
The Cuvars say they "lean over backwards for their campers" and do little things like personally take them to their site. When they are not working, the Cuvars like to go to Florida and associate with the retired people there or to spend time on a gambling boat.