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Cloverdale/Healdsburg KOA

1166 Asti Ridge Rd, Cloverdale, CA 95425-7001
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Cricket concerts, bullfrog symphonies and the sounds of ducks and geese welcome you at this dark-sky campground tucked on a ridge overlooking the stunning Alexander Valley wine appellation. Sites are nestled among 100-year-old oak trees, eucalyptus and evergreens. Deluxe Cabins perched above the valley have sweeping views. This award-winning KOA offers a hillside pool and spa, nature trail, fishing pond, paddleboats and gymnastics playground. It's a haven for bird-watchers, grape-lovers, cyclists and stargazers. Watch for surprises and entertainment all summer. Enjoy wine tasting at 50 premium wineries outside the entrance. Boat, fish, water-ski, canoe or tube on Lake Sonoma or the Russian River. Healdsburg boasts antiques, a casino, boutiques and four-star restaurants. Golden Gate Bridge and ocean beaches are only 1.5 hours away. Come to create unforgettable campfire memories. Pool: Open all year. Max pull thru: 75 feet. Your hosts: the Mendala family.
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This is a great place for family's. You can Trailer camp, Tent camp and they have cabins. There is a fishing pond, pool, hot tub, golf for the kids and arcade and a park. Sites are a good size. Very clean. Customer service is great. They have showers and bathrooms as well.
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My family of 4 (including 2 kids, 4.5yo & 14mo) stayed in a 2-room cabin over the 4th of July weekend with 4 other families despite the terrifying reviews online. We didn't experience any of those horrors, but we also weren't expecting the Ritz. The staff were friendly and helpful and doing their best despite some of the other campers. Upon checkin, Pamela saw that we had a baby so made sure we got an extra shady site close to the bathroom (Red Fox). Some sites can be a bit of a trek to the bathroom. The bathrooms were cleaned daily and there was always soap and toilet paper. They should probably put up signs reminding people of what's acceptable to flush because toilets would get clogged after the morning rush, but the staff always addressed those issues immediately. I really appreciated the staff who were all doing their best. Someone broke glass by the pool and one staff member stayed up all night cleaning out the pool so that we could use it the next day. The pool was busy but clean and totally usable. We got free snow cones at 2pm every day and the kids really enjoyed running around between our camp sites. Honestly, I was expecting the worst and experienced none of it. It's camping, it's not supposed to be fancy! Tips/Notes: -cabins have overhead fans and two power outlets per room to charge your phones or plug in extra fans -there are also overhead lights and porch lights -our cabin didn't have a screen door but other cabins did -if your kids are sensitive to light and you want them to sleep in, tape up garbage bags. the windows were dark enough for my kids. -bring bug spray so you don't get eaten by mosquitoes -our fire pit and BBQ pit were both cleaned and had no debris when we arrived
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I agree with a previous review that this is the worst KOA we have ever stayed in. We had a reserved tent site for a Friday night. The campground itself was difficult to find and has been let go for a long time: campsites were not clearly marked, roads were not maintained, restrooms not maintained, tables had taken a beating, lots of weeds and overgrowth. This facility just does not reflect the neatness and care shown at most other KOA's we've stayed in. The tent campsite we were assigned had someone else's vehicle parked there and we had to go back to the office to have it moved. There was a large group in several of the tent sites next to ours and they played their music loud enough so all on that side of the KOA could hear (it did turn off a little after 10 but started up again at 6 the next morning). Our fire pit was half full of partially burned trash and wood, there were ashes all over the parking space that we had to try and navigate around, the water faucet box was full of weeds, an old sock, some trash. There was no dishwashing sink, we were told to use the sink in the laundry room which was located on the other side of the campground. The restroom for all of the tent sites is located at the main building up a steep hill. When we arrived 1 stall was plugged (women's side which I reported and it was fixed), In the evening 1 stall was locked from the inside (women's side which the staff mbr told me she was too old to crawl over/under so would leave for morning crew), and in the morning 1 stall was without toilet paper - leaving 1 working toilet in the women's restroom. Of the 9 KOA's we stayed in on this trip, this is the only one that charged extra for WiFi. We will not be returning to this KOA!
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Visited on a weekend in May and it wasn't very busy so it was nice and quiet. It's pretty far off the highway and not close to anything. Amenities at the campground have seen better days. They had a mini golf course, but it was so overgrown I don't think it have been used in years. Same in the games room they had, it was raining one night so instead of having a fire we went to the games room....where the roof leaked and all the games were pretty dated and some not even working.
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Stayed one night before heading into San Francisco. We were a little leery on the drive in. Narrow winding roads. What a wonderful surprise when we arrived. Immaculate grounds. Deer wandering on the lawns. Quiet. I do dislike paying extra for WiFi but that was my only complaint. Very friendly staff. Wish we had more time here.
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