My family of 5, including two small children under the age of 5, arrived at KOA Union Friday July 13, 2012. Upon arriving everything looked great. Lots of trees, green grasses, clean building, great play ground, etc. However, our excitement ended there. When we were taken to our camp “site” (lot 99) my family and I became extremely disappointed. All camp sites were lined up in rows, hardly any trees and very little room between campers. Lot 100 was no more than 10 feet away from out camper, their sewer was 8 feet from my children’s window, and their electrical box was 6 feet from our camper. Their sewer was leaking and the smell was awful. The fire pit was 2 feet off the gravel road. There literally was zero room for playing or sitting outside our camper comfortably. We hated it! Within two hours of being at this place we asked for our money back and left a day earlier than planned. We will never stay at this KOA again and most likely will never stay at any KOA’s in the future.
- Also Known As:
- Chicago Northwest Koa Hotel Union
- Chicago Northwest Koa Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to the closest KOA to Chicago and O'Hare International AirportA family campground with planned activities on weekends from Memorial Day thru Labor Day. (haywagon rides, movies, games, kids crafts, bingos and a lot more)Have fun at Donley's Wild West Town next door, visit the Illinois Railway museum, see Santa's Village Azoosment Park, visit Six Flags Great America, cool off at Magic Waters near Rockford or in our own crystal clear pool in a friendly and quiet country setting, with long, level, shaded pull-through 50 amps RV site, special tent sites, 7 Kamping Kabins and complementary Wi-Fi throughout the park.Take the "Metra" train from nearby Crystal Lake or Woodstock to visit Chicago for sightseeing, festivals, and tours. We are also in a convenient distance to the Woodfield Mall, Prime Outlet Discount Mall, and the Grand Victoria Riverboat Casino. Various local restaurants are within minutes. ... more less