We stayed in a two room Deluxe Cabin from 7/17-7/20/12 at the KOA in Holly, Michigan. The cabin had a/c, a mini fridge, microwave, very small (maybe 15") flat screen tv with Direct TV Satellite, a double bed and two sets of bunk beds. The cabin was clean when we got it and served it's purpose.
One of the things that disturbed me was that the a/c unit had a hornets nest but it was outside the cabin and the electric box on the outside also had a hornets nest. Thankfully my kids didn't get stung. Also, the photos of the Deluxe Cabins on the flyer in the office look NOTHING like what we had.
What was our thoughts?
The pool was also older and could use some work. The walls of the pool and the steps were green but the water wasn't dirty. I did notice that the lots are not very clean. They had some cigarette butts and some bits of paper and debris that could have been picked up. The workers do come by on their golf carts and pick up the garbage bags from out in front of your lot which is nice. No going to a dumpster.
The roads are gravel and the lots are gravel but most are pull through. I only noticed electric and water hookups and the dump station is very small. I also noticed some workers on golf carts helping campers to their sites.
What are some of the amenities?
They no longer have pedal boats but they do have the aftermath. The campground has mini golf but the turf looks worn down and there were weeds in parts of the play area.
On the left side of the bathrooms is a nice pavilion that looks new. It was nice sitting under it while the kids played on the bounce houses. They have a slide and a bounce house. They also had three concrete slabs that were built like bowling lanes with pins and rubber bowling balls that the kids played with. Something else that might be new is the zip line. I didn't see anyone go down it. There is also a sandy volley ball area for those who like to play.
They have a train but didn't run it or the wagon or have any activities for the kids in the activities building while we were there which was a bummer. The game room was kind of a joke. Most of the games were broke or not plugged in and the candy that was in the machines looked like it was from Halloween. Gross.
It wasn't the cleanest or the best campground I've been to but it was alright. The kids enjoyed their time in the park but if you are looking for stuff to do outside of the park, good luck. You have to drive 18-20 miles away or go down the road to Groveland Oaks where you can rent paddle boats, go down the water slide, hit the beach or fish.
Disclosure: This review was written by myself. I was in no way contacted to write this review. The thoughts and opinions are from my own personal experience of the park. You may have a different opinion of this park.