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Are KOa RV Parks worth staying at?
A complete guide to RV camping at the KOA campgrounds chain.
KOA Rewards is a loyalty program for RV campers. KOA rewards members receive a 10% discount on nightly rates at KOA campgrounds
A KOA Rewards membership costs $33 per year. A membership will pay for itself within 3 to 6 nights of camping.
Not all KOA campgrounds are created equal. Here are our favorite locations, you should definitely add to your camping bucket list!
Mackinac Island KOA Holiday
The best campground to stay at for day trips to Mackinac Island, the KOA even offers free shuttle service to the ferry.
Monterey Bay KOA Holiday
This KOA Holiday is a great family-friendly luxury RV resort in California with a pool, hot tub and movie theater.
Hartwell Lakeside KOA Holiday
Another fabulous KOA campground, the Hartwell Lakeside KOA Holiday is located in northeast Georgia on the Lake Hartwell Reservoir.
St. Augustine Beach Holiday KOA
The campground is located on Anastasia Island and is less than a one mile walk or bike ride from the Atlantic Ocean.
Colorado Springs KOA
An extra dog friendly KOA RV park, the holiday resort in Colorado Springs offers RV sites with private Paw Pens.
Tucson / Lazydays KOA
The Tucson KOA Resort offers many luxury amenities including, a resort style pool with food and bar service!
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