Sweetwater KOA Holiday

Monday, May 1,2023

This KOA is a short jaunt off I75. The campground is far enough from the interstate that you don’t hear traffic noise. This KOA has 74 sites. Hubby is complaining a little about the noise in the park. Dogs barking, neighbors making noise. It’s not quiet time yet.

The staff here is the most friendly I’ve ever seen at a KOA. They made me feel so welcome. Yes, I said me. Hubby has only gone into a reservation office once since we started our full-time journey. I love parks that escort you to your site. We had an escort to our site.

It took us five hours to get here from Pine Mountain. There was a bridge out back in Pine Mountain and I spent an hour finding an alternate route. Guess what? We missed the alternate route that I picked out. The alternate route we needed to take was Route 18 to I-185. We passed Route 18 and I told Hubby to turn around. Hubby kept saying he knew Route 18 was further down the road. We kept driving and it was not Route 18 he saw the previous day, It was Route 118. I quickly got on my phone and found another alternate route that would take us to I-185. Unfortunately, that route took us 40 minutes out of the way.

We pulled in at 3 pm; our site is concrete and 100 feet long. The roads inside of the park are blacktop. Our site is pretty much level. Level enough for us to stay hitched. The wifi and cable TV were excellent. See the WIFI speed test below:

They serve food here and deliver it right to your campsite. The camp store is filled with souvenirs, RV needs, food, and other goodies.

There are plenty of large trees in this park.

As you can see, this site #43 is 100 feet long. It might be a buddy site because it has two sets of hookups.

We do not have children, but if we did, there is a ton of amenities for kids.

The pool area is nice. I like the idea of the pavilion and all through the park, there are swings for relaxing. The cabins look very appealing for people that want to camp but do not have an RV.

I would come back.

God Bless, Stay Safe, and Be Kind to Every Kind

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