Boone KOA Good Sam Verified Campground

123 Harmony Mtn Ln, Boone, NC 28607

Good Sam Verified Campground
(4 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 9
Restrooms 9
Appeal 9.5
(4 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
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Address

123 Harmony Mtn Ln
Boone, NC, 28607

Coordinates:
36.259240, -81.660960
Elevation:
3,700 ft (1,128 m)

Open May 1 - October 31

Contact

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Facility

Type: Campground
Partial Handicap Access
Emergency Phone
Laundry
Eco-friendly park
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Policies

Pets welcome
Some restrictions
Tents Allowed
Road condition: Fair
Road type: Gravel
Big rig sites
Table at site
Total spaces: 135
Spaces available: 95
Seasonal Sites: 40
Site length: 60
Max length: 60
Gravel sites: 95
Pull-thru size: 30 x 60
Pull-thrus: 63
Back-in size: 30 x 60
Room for slideouts: Yes
Shaded sites: Some
Number of full hookups: 76
Number of water: 19
Number of electric: 19
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Ice
Laundry
Table at site
Laundry
Table at site
RV supplies
Worship services
Fire rings
Firewood
Worship services
Fire rings
Firewood

Swimming
Outdoor games
Mini golf
Playground
Horseshoes
Playground
Horseshoes
Heated pool

(within 10 miles)

Hiking
Fishing
Kayaking / canoeing
Mountain biking
Mountain biking

Military Discount

3 (4 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
Facility
3
Restroom
2.6
Appeal
3
What is being rated?
1 1 out of 5 stars 08/03/2022

One of the worst 3 campgrounds of our lives. To say the ride in from the highway was challenging is an understatement. Narrow, windy roads, low hanging branches that scrape your coach and rock cliffs. When you finally arrive at the KOA there are challenging turns everywhere and our 40 Dutch Star barely fit in our alleged pull thru. We had no spot to park our toadthank goodness for 4 wheel drive as we could park it on a hill. Our site and all sites we saw were not level..all sloping. Entire complex... Read More

One of the worst 3 campgrounds of our lives. To say the ride in from the highway was challenging is an understatement. Narrow, windy roads, low hanging branches that scrape your coach and rock cliffs. When you finally arrive at the KOA there are challenging turns everywhere and our 40 Dutch Star barely fit in our alleged pull thru. We had no spot to park our toadthank goodness for 4 wheel drive as we could park it on a hill. Our site and all sites we saw were not level..all sloping. Entire complex is gravel/dirt. We made our reservation in January and requested a satellite friendly site. When we arrived there were no satellite friendly sites and the office staff seemed annoyed we were asking. Their internet was useless and given the mountain environment, cell phone coverage was minimal so we couldnt create a hot spot. The bathroom was filthy and smelled. There was a small section of grass labeled as a dog park but no poop bags were offered throughout the park. A trash can at the gross bathroom said dog poop but hadnt been emptied in quite a while. We left a day early and didnt bother to ask for a refund. This place is NOT class A motorhome friendly.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 11/06/2017

We stayed in a pull through FHU site in our 39ft 5th wheel for the month of October. We used the laundry facilities often and they were clean. There were plenty of movies and games in the rec room to borrow. There is a putt putt golf course that needs a little rehab but the kids enjoyed it. My reason for the low marks is because the sites were close together and the wi-if was extremely frustrating to non-existent. We knew there was no cable service but there was hardly a TV signal and if there... Read More

We stayed in a pull through FHU site in our 39ft 5th wheel for the month of October. We used the laundry facilities often and they were clean. There were plenty of movies and games in the rec room to borrow. There is a putt putt golf course that needs a little rehab but the kids enjoyed it. My reason for the low marks is because the sites were close together and the wi-if was extremely frustrating to non-existent. We knew there was no cable service but there was hardly a TV signal and if there was, it was effected by clouds. Then, at the end of our stay, they closed the park 3 days early, shutting off the water due to expected freezing temps. It would have been better customer service to offer a per diem credit for those days but none was offered. We won't return to this camp.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 08/14/2017

Beautiful mountain views and incredibly friendly owners. They had a big band concert on Saturday night when we were there, which was lovely. The owners have goats and donkeys as a "petting zoo" which the kids loved. There are permanent residents, which I usually don't like; however, the permanent cabins and campers were well maintained, landscaped, with very friendly residents. They have a decent sized dog park, which is a nice feature. They also have DVDs and books that can be borrowed for... Read More

Beautiful mountain views and incredibly friendly owners. They had a big band concert on Saturday night when we were there, which was lovely. The owners have goats and donkeys as a "petting zoo" which the kids loved. There are permanent residents, which I usually don't like; however, the permanent cabins and campers were well maintained, landscaped, with very friendly residents. They have a decent sized dog park, which is a nice feature. They also have DVDs and books that can be borrowed for free, which was nice on rainy nights. Will definitely be back. We have a longer 5th wheel and were concerned it would be a bit tight getting out, but with the help of the friendly owners we had no trouble!
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4 4 out of 5 stars 07/05/2016

We reserved a spot at the campground because all of the other Boone area campgrounds were booked for the July 4th weekend. We had a full hookup pull thru site. The KOA staff was very friendly. Sites were very close together. The saving grace was that the sites were shaded. Wifi was listed, however, we were never able to get a good enough signal. The WiFi hotspot was in the office. The lady at checkin did mention that they were trying to get a stronger signal throughout the campground. There... Read More

We reserved a spot at the campground because all of the other Boone area campgrounds were booked for the July 4th weekend. We had a full hookup pull thru site. The KOA staff was very friendly. Sites were very close together. The saving grace was that the sites were shaded. Wifi was listed, however, we were never able to get a good enough signal. The WiFi hotspot was in the office. The lady at checkin did mention that they were trying to get a stronger signal throughout the campground. There were several activities listed for the holiday weekend including local music on Saturday and Sunday nights. Lots of kids and dogs but everyone appeared to respect the 10PM-7AM quiet time.
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1 1 out of 5 stars 08/03/2022

One of the worst 3 campgrounds of our lives. To say the ride in from the highway was challenging is an understatement. Narrow, windy roads, low hanging branches that scrape your coach and rock cliffs. When you finally arrive at the KOA there are challenging turns everywhere and our 40 Dutch Star barely fit in our alleged pull thru. We had no spot to park our toadthank goodness for 4 wheel drive as we could park it on a hill. Our site and all sites we saw were not level..all sloping. Entire complex... Read More

One of the worst 3 campgrounds of our lives. To say the ride in from the highway was challenging is an understatement. Narrow, windy roads, low hanging branches that scrape your coach and rock cliffs. When you finally arrive at the KOA there are challenging turns everywhere and our 40 Dutch Star barely fit in our alleged pull thru. We had no spot to park our toadthank goodness for 4 wheel drive as we could park it on a hill. Our site and all sites we saw were not level..all sloping. Entire complex is gravel/dirt. We made our reservation in January and requested a satellite friendly site. When we arrived there were no satellite friendly sites and the office staff seemed annoyed we were asking. Their internet was useless and given the mountain environment, cell phone coverage was minimal so we couldnt create a hot spot. The bathroom was filthy and smelled. There was a small section of grass labeled as a dog park but no poop bags were offered throughout the park. A trash can at the gross bathroom said dog poop but hadnt been emptied in quite a while. We left a day early and didnt bother to ask for a refund. This place is NOT class A motorhome friendly.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 11/06/2017

We stayed in a pull through FHU site in our 39ft 5th wheel for the month of October. We used the laundry facilities often and they were clean. There were plenty of movies and games in the rec room to borrow. There is a putt putt golf course that needs a little rehab but the kids enjoyed it. My reason for the low marks is because the sites were close together and the wi-if was extremely frustrating to non-existent. We knew there was no cable service but there was hardly a TV signal and if there... Read More

We stayed in a pull through FHU site in our 39ft 5th wheel for the month of October. We used the laundry facilities often and they were clean. There were plenty of movies and games in the rec room to borrow. There is a putt putt golf course that needs a little rehab but the kids enjoyed it. My reason for the low marks is because the sites were close together and the wi-if was extremely frustrating to non-existent. We knew there was no cable service but there was hardly a TV signal and if there was, it was effected by clouds. Then, at the end of our stay, they closed the park 3 days early, shutting off the water due to expected freezing temps. It would have been better customer service to offer a per diem credit for those days but none was offered. We won't return to this camp.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 08/14/2017

Beautiful mountain views and incredibly friendly owners. They had a big band concert on Saturday night when we were there, which was lovely. The owners have goats and donkeys as a "petting zoo" which the kids loved. There are permanent residents, which I usually don't like; however, the permanent cabins and campers were well maintained, landscaped, with very friendly residents. They have a decent sized dog park, which is a nice feature. They also have DVDs and books that can be borrowed for... Read More

Beautiful mountain views and incredibly friendly owners. They had a big band concert on Saturday night when we were there, which was lovely. The owners have goats and donkeys as a "petting zoo" which the kids loved. There are permanent residents, which I usually don't like; however, the permanent cabins and campers were well maintained, landscaped, with very friendly residents. They have a decent sized dog park, which is a nice feature. They also have DVDs and books that can be borrowed for free, which was nice on rainy nights. Will definitely be back. We have a longer 5th wheel and were concerned it would be a bit tight getting out, but with the help of the friendly owners we had no trouble!
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4 4 out of 5 stars 07/05/2016

We reserved a spot at the campground because all of the other Boone area campgrounds were booked for the July 4th weekend. We had a full hookup pull thru site. The KOA staff was very friendly. Sites were very close together. The saving grace was that the sites were shaded. Wifi was listed, however, we were never able to get a good enough signal. The WiFi hotspot was in the office. The lady at checkin did mention that they were trying to get a stronger signal throughout the campground. There... Read More

We reserved a spot at the campground because all of the other Boone area campgrounds were booked for the July 4th weekend. We had a full hookup pull thru site. The KOA staff was very friendly. Sites were very close together. The saving grace was that the sites were shaded. Wifi was listed, however, we were never able to get a good enough signal. The WiFi hotspot was in the office. The lady at checkin did mention that they were trying to get a stronger signal throughout the campground. There were several activities listed for the holiday weekend including local music on Saturday and Sunday nights. Lots of kids and dogs but everyone appeared to respect the 10PM-7AM quiet time.
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123 Harmony Mtn Ln, Boone, NC 28607
Coordinates: 36.259240, -81.660960
Elevation: 3700

Directions
From Jct of US-421/221 & NC-194, N 2.8 mi on NC-194 to Ray Brown Rd, W 1.1 mi (R)

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