Originally Posted by davel1971
I've been to a few Jellystones and loved them all. I hear the same kind of stories about KOAs though. Some people love them, some can't find a good one.
Generally have felt the same about KOAs, but one of our favorite rustic private campgrounds became a KOA this year... Thought it would be bad, but we stayed this fall to find it even better with the old bath house demolished and a brand new one in its place, more riverfront sites constructed along the maturely wooded bank, new electrical cabling and boxes, and the roads now free of divots and potholes!
I don't know if this instance would change my opinion of poor experiences over many years, but maybe it's a sign that KOA is changing how it operates. I can tell you that my hometown has a Jellystone, and it's just not our thing even when I take my four godchildren camping.