We ended up here on our way back to MD from the Summer Kentucky Rally when the heat got to the relay in my TV that supplies power to the fuel pumps. We decided to overnight there since it would be cooler the next day. Small CG for a KOA (about 130 sites, with 3 cabins) and not a whole lot to do other than a swimming/fishing pond with an inflatable slide and dock (which the kids loved). A lot of the units there seemed to be long-term and there weren't too many people around most of the time. Everything was basically closed up by 9:00, which would have made it rather peaceful, if I-79 didn't run right on the other side of the trees. One review on KOA's site said that if it was any closer to the highway it would be in the median. About right. But our site (#81) was under a big old oak tree and very nice. We had 30 amp, water and sewer for $47 a night in July. Cable and Wi-Fi are available. They also have a small camp store with basic food (but no bread), very nice, clean, and fairly new log cabin restrooms, shower and laundry facilities. The Fox Fire Resort used to be right next to the KOA, but it looks like it closed last year and the land is now for sale, so who knows what might be there in a year or two. Also of note, the CG is 2 miles from the Blenko Glass Factory. They have a small visitor's center and store, and you can watch the glass being hand blown in the old factory, all free. Worth an overnight if you happen to be in the area.