Coloma / St Joseph KOA Holiday Review

Our stay at the Coloma / St Joseph KOA was a quick one-night stopover. We stopped for one night during our road trip to Yellowstone.

Allthough we only spent one night here we had enough time to relax, and enjoy what this great park had to offer. Continue reading to learn all about this great KOA campground.

This KOA Holiday park is only 2 miles away from the great Lake Michigan and is a great place to set up camp and enjoy the local attractions.

Coloma St. Joseph KOA Holiday

Coloma / St Joseph KOA Holiday Location

3527 Coloma Rd, Benton Harbor, MI 49022

From the east or west take Interstate 94 use Exit 34 to I-196 North. Then drive 4 miles and take Exit 4. At the bottom of the ramp, turn left (east) and we are just 200 yards on your left-hand side.

From the north or south take Interstate 196/US 31 use Exit 4. At bottom of the ramp, turn left (east) and you will find us on the left-hand side just past the highway.

Campground Amenities 

  • Heated Swimming Pool
  • Hunt Brothers Pizza and Wings Made Onsite
  • General Store and Cafe
  • KOA Jumping Pillow
  • 50 amp Service Available


Campground Review

Photo Courtesy Coloma / St Joseph KOA
Photo Courtesy Coloma / St Joseph KOA

The Coloma / St Joseph KOA is located on 41 acres along the banks of the Paw Paw River. In addition, it is just minutes from Lake Michigans beaches, St. Joseph and South Haven. In addition, it is Michigan’s fruit country. So you’re close to many u-pick farms and fruit markets, as well as a number of small antique shops. The campground has plenty to do for the family. They offer a pool, hot tub, sauna, tennis court, Jumping Pillow, fishing pond, bike rentals, playground, free Wi-Fi, and hot doughnuts every morning in season. They also offer 50 amp service and can accommodate rigs up to 80 feet.

This is a great RV park that is well maintained. If you a looking for a weekend getaway in the Lake Michigan area, or need a place to stop and rest we highly recommend this KOA Holiday.

Our Experience 

This campground was a one-night stop for us. However, the time we did spend here was well worth it. The staff was great, and the campground was well maintained.

One thing we noticed was during our stay there was a large number of families and kids. The park came to life with kids in the evening. This was perfect for our kids after a long day of driving in the RV.

We had a relaxing experience during our quick stay here.

Of course, we were sure to stop by some of the local fresh fruit markets on our way to our next destination. We highly recommend grabbing some fresh fruit, and helping support the local farmers if you stay here.

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Cape Cod to Yellowstone National Park Itinerary and Reviews 

Cape Cod to Yellowstone Home Page

Day 1 –  526 miles – Niagara Falls, Ontario 

Day 3 – 426 miles – Coloma St Joseph KOA, Michigan 

Day 4 – 392 miles – Waterloo / Lost Island Waterpark KOA Resort

Day 6 – 471 miles – Kennebec Koa, South Dakota

Day 7 – 108 miles  – Badlands National Park, South Dakota

Day 10 – 267 miles – Buffalo KOA, Wisconsin 

Day 11 – 245 miles – Fishing Bridge RV Park, Yellowstone National Park

Day 15 – 200 miles – Sleeping Bear RV Park & Campground, Wyoming 

Day 16 – 438 miles – Ogalla KOA, Nebraska  

Day 17 – 497 miles – Kansas City East KOA, Missouri 

Day 18 – 222 miles – Gateway Arch N.P., St Louis, Missouri

Day 20 – 377 miles – Lebanon Cincinnati KOA, Ohio 

Day 21 – 88 miles – Home

Trip Totals 

21 days

4 National Parks | 2 National Historic Sites | 2 National Monuments |

5,025 miles

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