Our 35 foot Bounder pulls our TC van for a 55 foot total and while a little tight we did get a PULL THRU that worked!! Beautifull older KOA and very popular on the weekends!! We waited to depart on a Monday and 80% of campers had gone home on Sunday so maneuvers were easier.
This place could be so great. Beautiful setting above Shenandoah river next to Harpers Ferry National Park. This campground calls itself a "resort" and charges a mandatory $10 extra as a "resort fee." What this means is a formerly impressive swimming pool, a fairly nice playground for little kids, a filthy "game room" where fully 3/4 of the games don't work, a snack bar that is out of about half of the items on the menu, run down narrow campsites, cable tv that barely works, crumbling roads and extra slow internet. On the positive side, the showers and bathrooms were clean, free pancakes were available every morning and the store was well-stocked. This place needs new management and a maintenance schedule.
The location of the KOA is great if you want to explore the Harper's Ferry area. Our site was squeezed and super close to the bathroom. My husband and I thought they must have gotten something mixed up, because how could that possibly be a site, especially to fit our camper. But we made it work. There was an extra $10 charge a night for a resort fee. It was a little pricey, we payed the same price for an oceanfront KOA.