States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay:
October, 2016 -
Many of the sites were a tight squeeze and the lots are narrowband. You are very close to the trees they need to be trimmed back. So we opted to stay in site #1 which was a pull through but not much of a view. You faced a big open field and a water tower with construction . The guys were sandblasting in the morning at 7 AM and then again at 3 o'clock when we return back from the beach, a little noisy at times . The best part was the beach it was about two blocks away. Beautiful waves and an awesome sunset. the water was gorgeous and the temperature was about 82°. No shells on this beach at all so easy to walk.
We were only here for two nights and the cable didn't work however they got it fixed before we left. One suggestion make sure you have plenty of ice, the closest store is Winn-Dixie which is six blocks away. I recommend they get an ice machine for their campers to purchase would be helpful. We walked to the beach and didn't want to drive. We also had bikes to ride and you could ride to the beach. We camped at Geronimo RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
We ate at WhaleTtail on the beach, a little pricey but you're on the beach. $12.00 per person for a fish sandwich and fries,