July 11, 2022 - reviewed by Traveling Texans
No Longer a KOA
This campground isn’t longer a KOA Campground, but is called Nature’s Way RV Park (https://natureswayrvpark.co).
We stayed one night on the Fourth of July and I think that is the longest I would stay. It’s not a horrible campground, but it needs some TLC. The sites badly needed gravel as there was weeds growing among the rocks. My sewer line was cracked/chipped and wouldn’t hold the hose by itself. I had to hold it when draining the tanks. We didn’t get on wifi as they monitor your usage. If you plan to stream, plan on them cutting your internet.
The shower was clean, but it was basically three shower heads in three toilet-sized stalls. If you are over 6ft, you’d be able to see your neighbor. Not appealing.
All in all it was functional for our purpose of one night.
September 23, 2021 - reviewed by Larry D
Great Stop/ Friendly Folks
Stopped for the evening and found this place to be perfect for our overnight stay. We had time for the 15 minutes drive to Starved Rock SP to see some of that area. Great little KOA not far from I-80 but far enough so no highway noise. Nothing fancy but perfect for us. No complaints here.
September 22, 2021 - reviewed by Bib Maager
Made reservations, had to change them twice. No problem at all and no additional charges. Camp ground hosts are very friendly and helpful. The park is very quiet. The only drawback is the dump station is on the right side if the park when you leave , not the left. They do provide a long house if needed. Will stay there again.
May 10, 2019 - reviewed by Jennifer
Small quaint campground. Stayed a 2nd night because it was so beautiful, clean and relaxing!
September 27, 2018 - reviewed by Rita
Full hookup plus WiFi. More than we usually pay to camp $40.00 but was worth it. Nice grounds to roam or run. Surrounded by corn and soybean fields.
August 25, 2018 - reviewed by Dinoc
This is an old koa from the seventies. Well maintained but small. Mostly tent and water-electric sites but some long pull thru full hook ups. Far enough from the interstates to be quiet, but very conveniently close.