The management of KOA Chincoteague Island announced that the campground will host its official ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, May 24th at 10am. The ceremony will be held rain or shine and will include an open-house style tour of the new facilities. Complimentary coffee and pastries will be provided.
Cape Charles Vice Mayor Lawrence “Chris” Bannon will be in attendance. “We are honored that Vice Mayor Bannon will join us to celebrate the grand opening of KOA Chincoteague Island,” said Todd Burbage of Blue Water Development Corporation, property manager for the campground. “We had a great soft opening by participating in the 14th annual Care Camps Big Weekend earlier this month, and are excited to officially open our doors to the public to explore our beautiful island from our brand new, top of the line amenities that are sure to please both novice and seasoned campers.”
The campground, which recently underwent comprehensive renovations, offers more than 400 RV sites, deluxe cottages and tent sites across its 200 shady acres. Guests will enjoy themed weekends and family activities, free Wi-Fi, the Soggy Dollar Tiki Bar, a pool and much more.
To reserve a site at Chincoteague Island KOA, call 800-562-7730 or go to koa.com/campgrounds/chincoteague/. Seasonal and monthly rates are also available.
About Chincoteague Island KOA
The newest addition to the 503-location Kampgrounds of America system in North America is the Chincoteague Island, Virginia KOA. The 200-acre camping facility has more than 400 sites for recreational vehicles and tents, and is adding 10 new deluxe cabins for the 2017 season. Each deluxe cabin includes its own bathroom and kitchen, flat screen TV, screened porch and a view of the wetlands marsh. Other major upgrades planned for the campground include new bathhouses, a remodeled store and new recreational areas, as well as newly paved roads and plenty of 50-amp full-hookup RV sites. Formerly known as the Maddox Family Campground, it is located at 6742 Maddox Boulevard on Chincoteague Island, Virginia.