The news cannot be ignored and we at Rock Island KOA are sure that you have seen the headlines and you understand that many changes are taking place in our nation, changes most of us would like to do without. Rock Island KOA at Camelot is not exempt from the virus or from the many changes that our government is requesting businesses to make. So we wish to inform you of some changes we are now putting in place that will impact your stay to some degree. The current plan calls for these changes to stay in place until May 1, 2020 with extensions possible.
To start, our office/store hours will be shortening so that only one employee at a time works each daily shift. Starting 3/19/2020 the store will open at 10am and close at 7pm with a one hour lunch closing from 1 to 2 pm. Also direct access to the store will not be allowed, the door will be locked, and all transactions will take place at the walkup window next to the ice machine. This window will be used for all transactions to include but not limited to: registration and store sales. We will continue for now to fill LP tanks but ask the guest to stay clear of the gloved employee. If you need to make an in store purchase, renew, or pay for a service most things can be done over the phone or at the window or by delivery to your site. If you come to our walk up window you still may need to communicate by phone. For the duration of this change we request all payments by credit card to minimize the handling of currency. Staff will input the card information without taking possession of the card. All receipts will be emailed (no paper). These changes are meant to limit the person to person contact that can spread the virus. We have closed all cabin and tent sites in conjunction with the closing of all restroom and shower facilities. RVs are self-contained units and guests will be able to use water and sewer facilities and will not need our restrooms. Our restrooms and showers will be closed starting Monday March 23, 2020. Laundry areas will be open but we will not be providing regular cleanings so use at your own risk.
Thanks for your understanding
John Downing and The Rock Island at Camelot Team
Welcome To Rock Island KOA
We’re Glad You’re Here!
Looking for a Quad Cities Campground? The Rock Island KOA, is at the center of all that’s going on in the Quad Cities area. Rock Island KOA has RV Sites, Tent Sites and Cabins on 150+ acres for guests to explore, including 50 acres of lake for fishing (no license required) or boating. Enjoy a heated outdoor pool, adults-only hot tub, water spray park for all ages and a community room. The bathhouse features individual showers and dressing rooms. Paddleboats, canoes and kayaks are available. Play mini golf for free with your own golf ball or purchase a souvenir ball. There are many shaded sites next to or near the lake. Play horseshoes, go fishing or check out the new Jump Pad. Planned activities for kids and families are scheduled for most weekends throughout the season. Need an RV repair? On-site service is available by appointment. Other services include LP, dump station and local repair shops for gasoline and diesel engines.
Your hosts: the Downing family
Ways To Stay At Our KOA
- Sleeps up to 6, features kitchenette, bathroom with shower, bunk bed room (twin size beds), sofa sleeper (full size bed), bedroom with queen size bed, deck with patio furniture and grill, and fire pit. Bring your own towels and bedding. No pets allowed.
- Handicap accessible, sleeps up to 4. Features all of the above except for the bunk bed room. Bring your own towels and bedding. No pets allowed.
- Two Room with air conditioning, mini refrigerator, porch swing, picnic table, grill, and fire pit. Sleeps up to six people. Comes with a full size bed, one set of bunk beds and a futon that folds out into a full size bed. The pet friendly cabins have an extra bunk bed instead of the futon. Don’t forget your towels and bedding. No plumbing. Some have TV with cable.
- One Room with air conditioning, TV with cable, porch swing, picnic table, grill, and fire pit. Sleeps up to four people. Some are pet friendly. Don’t forget your towels and bedding. No plumbing.
- Deluxe concrete slab or end site with large yard, pull thru, water, electric, sewer, 50/30 amp and cable
- Pull thru with water, electric, sewer and cable, 50/30 amp or 30/20 amp
- Back-in with water, electric, sewer and cable, 50/30 amp or 30/20amp some with concrete slabs
- Water and electric pull thru or back in. 50/30 amp or 30/20 amp
- Monthly sites available year round with 50 amp, water,electricity, sewer, and cable
- Seasonal sites on and off lake available with dump service.
- Tent sites located on the lake with a private dock/bank and electricity.
- Tent sites located on the lake with a private dock/bank with out electricity.
- Tent sites off the lake with electricity.
- Tent sites off the lake with out electricity.
50 Amp Max
75' Max Length
Check In / Check Out Times
Frequently Asked Questions
- Pets are allowed at the campground and we welcome all breeds as long as they are well behaved and picked up after.
- Guests are allowed to visit you at the campground for a $5/person fee a day which allows them to use the same amenities as our campers.
- No carpets are allowed on our grass, we work very hard at keeping the grass alive to provide you the nicest site we can.
- Fishing is allowed in our lakes and no fishing license is required. You man bring your boat into the campground for a $5 fee per boat. Trolling motors only, if the boat has a gas motor it needs to be completely removed before it goes into the lakes.
- Firewood – Camping isn’t camping without a campfire, however, due to the Ash Borer disease we only allow USDA certified wood to be burned. If you don’t buy the wood from us you must show proof that it is USDA certified.
- Vehicles – Each site is allowed one vehicle, if you have an extra vehicle it is $5 and must be parked in our pool parking lot. Washing of vehicles or units is strictly prohibited.
- Plants – We proudly spend a great deal of time and money enhancing the beauty and nature of the park so please don’t take anything with you. We would be happy to tell you what we have planted and help you find where you can get it.