In 10 years of camping in a TT, I have never stayed in a KOA. What makes them so special????
Nothing really special about them. There are good KOA campgrounds and bad KOA campgrounds just the same with any other campground. The only time I stay at them is for convenience while traveling due to the fact that they are generally located close to the thoroughfares that I travel. If there is a PPA park in the same general vicinity I stay there due to the 50% discounts. It is true that they are generally more expensive than other campgrounds but they generally have more amenities than an average campground as well as planned activities in season. You will see lots of KOA bashing on the Internet due to what many consider as being to expensive for what you get. I am retired and on a fixed income but I do not get all hung up on a one night fee. If it was that consequential in the grand scheme of costs associated with Rving then personally I can't afford to RV. YMMV though.
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