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Rochester / Marion KOA Journey
Rochester/Marion KOA is the perfect country quiet setting campground with no planes or trains!
Sit by your campfire and enjoy the beautiful, peaceful country setting. Enjoy your morning coffee, as you plan your next day's journey to one of the many biking and hiking trails, Amish area and Bluff Country. Maybe a game of golf at one of the many golf courses in the area is what you are looking for? We are a short 10 min drive to all of your shopping needs.
We are the perfect place for your vacation away from the city! Our lush, green grass feels great underfoot, while playing a round of Frisbee golf, game of badminton, or volleyball while the children play in the playground.
Or perhaps a dip in the pool is the therapy you need. For groups, we provide a meeting room that is air conditioned and heated. We are where fond memories are made, laughter is heard and friends are found.
Just stayed for three nights here. What a great campground. The grounds were very well kept up and Barb the owner was very organized and friendly. Great location. Rochester has an extensive network of bike trails that are in excellent condition. We had great riding weather. Don't hesitate to stay here. You will love it. Thanks again!
Nice Campground. The operators were very nice and helpful.
Only stayed about 12 hours but the people were helpful and we would definitely stay again😁
This place should have a 5 star rating. I give 5 stars. Quiet, lush, green. It's not populated. Pool seems nice. We are from oregon/Washington and it is the first place on our trip that was really beautiful like the west but without all the people. Also nice to hear all the night sounds.
POSITIVES: Grounds were clean and well maintained. Each site I saw had electrical, local cable, a sewer and water access. Flat/Level places to park. Several things to do such as swimming, RC car track, a small playground, etc. Showers were nice and hot and clean. Laundry on site. Nice little fire rings with a cooking surface that is slightly offset. NEGATIVES: Pool was freezing cold even when it was 85 outside. RC Car track was pretty basic. Just an oval with one end larger than the other. Was told no hammocks can be hung. The site we had bordered the entrance to the grounds and the main road, so it was loud. Other folk's would walk their dogs and let them use the bathroom on the rock in our campsite. Happened frequently from multiple people. The building across the street is a recording studio that was LOUD until 1am (drums, guitar, etc.) Shop closes at 7, so if you need anything after that, you're driving. Firewood was super odd sized unlike normal firewood. One piece we had was nearly a foot wide and 2 inches thick. It wouldn't fit in our fire ring. If road noise bothers you, I90 is right out the back of the campsites, so expect to hear it. Overall, the experience was OK. Everyone in my family did have a good time, but we all decided collectively that this isn't a place we would go back to. Admittedly, my feelings could be biased because the thing I was looking forward to the most was laying in my hammock. Our site had two perfect trees for it, and I was told I wasn't allowed to use them because of the liability to the KOA. I had JUST got it hung up when I was told to take it down. I then saw that they have that on the back of their site map. It put a sour taste in my mouth for the rest of the time we were there.