Nice KOA with lots for everyone to do. Good enough location to see the ponies (you need to take a shuttle at OMG am), but was tidy and well painted… BUT, the first site we were assigned ,110, the next one over was plugged in (109). They stated their power didn’t work, and hadn’t for days. They were surprised they gave 110 to someone, since the KOA told them to plug in to that (4 spots share one “post” with the elect hook ups). So, after being snotty a bit, I got a new site! 115. Same issue. Finally, was moved to 118. Great. After that, it went well. Last day we were there, it rained really really hard. I mean, deluge. The place, being sandy mostly, did take the rain well. BUT, whilst walking my dog, I saw that site 110 (the site I was first assigned) was under 3-6” of water! I mean THE WHOLE SITE. It was a lake. Had I been there, I would have been a very very unhappy camper. Trying to disconnect tanks, dry out my awning carpet, etc… that would have been a nightmare. Now add to this that we paid the “special event rate” of $76 per night, I walk away with mixed feelings. The bathrooms were very nice, the staff very helpful, the pool nice, but full of kids. OH, one thing, HUGE BEEF: kids driving golf carts. 10 year old kids, with carts full of their friends, were racing around the place! I’ve never seen that before. One girl (probably 14) put hers in into the hitch of their motor home, knocking it off it’s blocks. NOT SAFE. That loses another star. Would be one thing if it was just one incident, but I saw at LEAST 5 golf carts being piloted by kids under 15; and a two that the kid had to stand because their feet wouldn’t reach the pedals otherwise! OH AND, they came around with a mosquito fogger in the middle of dinner time, causing me to grab our tray and dash inside with it. Now that I think of it, not my favorite place to stay...
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- For camping closest to the beach, the salty charms of the bay will delight guests to our new KOA, an island campground with more than 400 RV Sites, Deluxe Cabins and Tent Sites spread across 200 shaded acres with views of the lighthouse on Assateague Island. On our campground, you can check out our themed weekends and family activities, chill out at the Soggy Dollar Tiki Bar, relax the day away at our pool, and connect with free Wi-Fi. ... more less
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