Visit KOA’s Most Haunted House

Read about Tamela Rich’s spooky Creekside Manor experience at the Hagerstown/Antietam KOA.

Tucson/Lazydays KOA: A New Desert Oasis

See what to do in the Tucson area, while you pick your own citrus at KOA’s new desert oasis.

A Day in the Life of a KOA Campground Owner

What’s it really like to live and work on a campground? What draws people to it — and what’s it like for their families? Would owning a campground be right for you? Find out.

KOA hosts USA Bobsled and Skeleton team at Lake Placid / Whiteface Mountain KOA

Nearly 40 athletes from the USA Skeleton and Bobsled teams stopped by the Lake Placid/Whiteface Mountain KOA on Aug. 27 for a meet-and-greet with KOA campers and the general public.

Guest Blogger Post: BBQ Peach Cobbler from The Seaside Baker

Our first guest blogger post! Take a look for a delicious fruity treat

KOA Adds 14 New Great Places To Camp in 2014

Check out the 14 new KOA’s that have become a part of of ever-growing system! Is there one near you? Find out!

Family Fun: Recreation Offerings Are Stacking Up at KOAs

Ever wondered just how many things there are to do at KOA? Here’s a list of 16 ton-of-fun activities and where to find them.

Cape Hatteras KOA Debuts as Resort Campground

For many, vacationing in the Outer Banks of North Carolina is a peaceful respite. The beautiful coastline[…]

KOAs are Getting Into The Geocaching Craze

Looking for a fun, new and free outdoor activity that will appeal to your adventuresome side? Look no further.

Sunrise & Pancakes in Maine

KOA correspondents, Jennifer and Jeff Grambs, share their story of a fun-filled, ocean-side morning.

“What’s Behind the Yellow Sign?”

For all those people who still wonder what’s behind KOA’s bright yellow beacon of fun, there’s more than ever before to explore. Take a look!

Exploring The Riches of California Wine Country

Author (and KOA enthusiast) Chris Epting recently took a trip to the Bay Area, discovering an intimate experience in a place overflowing with history.