Situated just a couple of minutes’ from the Jersey Shore, Cape May Koa is a resort style campground offering a wide variety of accommodation and excellent leisure amenities.
Accommodation available ranges from cabins to tent sites, so there’s something for everyone. The cabins are very well equipped indeed, with full kitchens, en-suite bathrooms, flat screen TV’s and much more.
The resort is very well set up for outdoor activities. It even has its very own lake with sandy beach, for those skipping the trip to the Jersey Shore. There’s fishing in the lake and a large outdoor pool for those would like to get in a few laps. Tennis courts and volleyball courts are also onsite.
There’s a snack bar onsite, while staff can offer local dining recommendation to those who are not self catering.
Those guests who can drag themselves away from the resort will find Diamond Beach just 5.5 miles from Cape May Koa.
Those who had booked one of the deluxe cabins were very impressed with the amenities available therein. Going by the reviews, it appears the guests wanted for nothing, with the kitchen said to be especially well equipped, allowing them to prepare decent meals and not just snacks.
Lots of activities and leisure amenities
This was undoubtedly what most impressed guests about the campground. It was very clearly not merely a place to lay one's head, but included a host of resort-like amenities, from tennis courts to a private lake, that thoroughly enjoyed.
While guests thoroughly enjoyed the activities at the resort itself, it seems that a decent number wanted to explore the surroundings as well. They found the location of the campsite terrific for exploring some of the more remote sections of the Jersey Shore, which was said to be a very short drive away.
Management not very responsive
A number of guests were unhappy with the management and general level of customer service at the campground. Those who experienced issues during their stay reported that management did not seem especially interested in hearing them out or offering solutions. It seemed to guests that they were uninterested in doing any more than the bare minimum.
Too many cleanliness issues
Too many guests for comfort reported that their cabin really wasn't very clean when they booked in. It seemed to them that reasonable standards of cleanliness were simply not being adhered to.
Poor public showers and restrooms
Those in accommodation that utilised the common showers and bathrooms commented that they were really not in a very good state of repair or cleanliness.