Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Only give one star because 0 is not an option... park is small and tight to get an average size rig into without driving across others lots. We stayed two weeks, on day 2 the campground was aware we had a structural issue with our fifth wheel, the metal support frame welds broke along with the fresh water tank supports and straps. The tank was hanging below the belly when we stopped.
I found a company to come on site and fix it, but not until 3 days before we were leaving. The company shows up, and the managers stated they cannot weld on site... they knew over a week before I needed welding and said nothing. So we were forced to drive the rig, in an unsafe manner, with ratchet straps holding the frame and supports together, to a weld shop 20 miles away. Thanks for that, KOA is lucky there was no accident.
So we are frustrated about this, but as we are leaving, we notice campers being washed when there is clearly a sign stating you cannot wash campers on site. So they can bend the rules for a wash, but not for structural damages...? I would think KOA would be more concerned with safety of travelers than a clean camper. We will never come back here, and will avoid all KOA if priorities are set up this way.