UPDATED: March 30, 2020, at 6 p.m.
Below is an updated list of KOA campgrounds that are closed due to local government orders. We will continue to update this list as we learn of new closures. Most KOA parks remain open.
Campgrounds, like communities across the U.S. and Canada, are changing processes and procedures daily. Due to the rapidness of change, check your KOA’s landing page at KOA.com for updates and alerts about their campground. Most KOAs are still open and operating, taking new reservations and using recommendations by the CDC and their local government to ensure the best safety measures possible.
Below is an updated list of campgrounds which are closed due to local government shutdowns. Their tentative reopen dates are noted as well. We will continue to update this list.
- Manchester Beach / Mendocino Coast KOA Journey – April 7, 2020
- Orlando SE / Lake Whippoorwill KOA Holiday – Closed to arrivals in perpetuity
- Durant / Choctaw Casino KOA – Foreseeable Future
- Tulsa NE / Will Rogers Downs KOA Journey – April 15, 2020
- Astoria / Warrenton / Seaside KOA Resort – Foreseeable Future
- Cascade / Portland Locks East KOA Holiday – Closed to new arrivals until April 7, 2020
- Lincoln City KOA Journey – Foreseeable Future
- Waldport / Newport KOA – Closed to new arrivals
- Las Vegas KOA Journey at Sam’s Town – April 18, 2020
- Silver City KOA Holiday – Closed to new arrivals
- Asheville East KOA Holiday – Closed to new arrivals
- Asheville West KOA Holiday – Closed to new arrivals
- Cape Hatteras KOA Resort, NC – Foreseeable Future
- Cherokee / Great Smokies KOA Holiday – April 4, 2020
- Myrtle Beach KOA Resort – Closed to new arrivals
- Moab KOA Holiday – April 15, 2020
- Monument Valley KOA Journey – April 4, 2020
- Richmond North / Kings Dominion KOA – Early April
- Bay Center / Willapa Bay KOA Journey – Foreseeable Future
- Starbucks / Lyon Ferry – Closed to new arrivals until April 7, 2020
Some campgrounds may have limited use or certain types of sites closed to reduce risk and abide by social distancing recommendations by the CDC and local governments. For more information about KOA parks visit KOA.com.