KOA Huntington, WV a Southern Resort

.    Just off of I-64, KOA Huntington is a treat for the family or those who are in need a of long term site. The Huntington Holiday KOA is approximately 3 miles off the highway on a well maintained state road 20. I will warn you to keep an eye on the odometer, the sign if you are heading east sets to the left for the turn and it just pops up on the left about 2.5 miles once you make the left turn onto 20.

     The road leading to the campground is shared by several houses so watch for kids and other vehicles. Once you pull in you will see the office on the right. The staff is friendly and will guide you to your site. The office/store is well stocked, the staff friendly and the porch welcoming.

     There are several cabins, three ponds, large flat sites with full hook-ups and over 30 cable channels. Like most large service WiFi systems, you can get email but may not be able to stream movies. Two of the ponds are for fishing while the largest at the office has a beach and several floaring toys for swimmers.

     Traveling with my dog, I liked the Kamp K9 which is set down from the main camp sites. It is fenced and shady so you and your furry traveler are confortable. I found that there is plenty of walking area to go for a couple mile stroll along the camp’s perimeter going out around the ponds.

     The Andrews’ family give campers a great place to stop overnight or for a few days to see the Huntington area. The Huntington Holiday KOA is one of the nicest campgrounds I have visited in my nearly 20,000 miles of travels the last three years. I will stay there again and cannot recommend it enough. Not only is the campground great but you are minutes to the Huntington Mall. You will find anything there you need.

The Holiday proudly displays Old Glory at the entrance island. Lulu was busy checking out the sights.

You are greeted by the by yellow Holiday KOA sign
Three of the cabins overlook one of the fishing ponds.

The office looks like the log cabins that once occupied the hills of West Virginia
In the summer you can relax on the main pond’s beach or go for a swim.
This is the “ gem mine”
The Holiday KOA has room for the biggest rigs.

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