How To Stay at KOA

Summertime; the warmer weather brings out the camper in all us. It is time to gather the family, pack the tent, trailer, or RV and head out for a stay at a KOA campground. There is a KOA campground in every state across America, and Canada. You do not have to camp out in a tent at a KOA; they have cabins, lodges, and trailers for rent.

The KOA cabins come in one or two bedrooms.  The one-bedroom is 144 square feet, and can accommodate up to four people.  The KOA two-bedroom cabins are 232 square feet, and accommodate up to 6 people. Some one- and two-bedroom cabin homes do have the amenity of heat and air conditioning, but this will depend on the location of your cabin.

The KOA lodge is up to 400 sq ft. and can accommodate up to 6 people. The lodge is charming and rustic, and is equipped with a full service kitchen, a separate bedroom, and a bathroom. Although the lodges are rustic, they are equipped with heat and air conditioning.

The KOA cottages come in two sizes: the standard cottage, and the deluxe. The standard cottage is 230 square feet, with a bathroom, heat and air conditioning. The deluxe model is slightly larger at 280 square feet, full service kitchen, bathroom, separate bedroom, heat and air conditioning. Both cottage models offered by KOA accommodate up to four people.

KOA campgrounds offer trailer rental for people who do not own a trailer and want to camp, just not in a tent. Renting a trailer at a KOA allows you all the amenities of home, with the great outdoor excitement of camping at your trailer steps.

KOA campground spaces are also offered to campers who prefer to camp out in a tent with clean restrooms, hot showers, picnic areas, water fountains; some KOA sites do offer wireless Internet for the people who just cannot keep off the computer for a week, or need to do some last minute business.

The KOA campgrounds are very accommodating for KOA's guests and their families. KOA campgrounds are conveniently located in places where outdoor activities are never far away. Relax with your children while fishing at the nearby lake, or take your family hiking or horseback riding through nature trails.

KOA campgrounds are the best place to take your family camping. There are people just like you with families to share good food and fun with near the campfire. There is a KOA waiting for your family to join the other campers in some outdoor fun. Booking can be done through KOA's website.  Reservations are strongly recommended, especially during the summer months.  Book your tent, trailer, or cottage, start packing that cooler and your suitcases, head out, and enjoy your stay at a KOA!


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