Date of Stay: May, 2007
There was not a blade of grass in sight. Trees were mostly non existent, with the exception of a king palm tree here and there. The list of amenities leads you to believe there are fire rings available, which is not the case. The campsites are so small I don't know how you would even be able to have a fire. I am still trying to figure out what qualifies this as a resort. There is no pool, spa, or even beach access that I could see which could suggest this is a resort or even justify a $3.00 a day resort fee. I will not stay at this campground again, it just did not live up to my expectations. If you don't want to pay to rent horses, or bring your own, and if you don't ride ATVs this is not the park for you.
Date of Stay: February, 2007
Love this park! This park was very nice, and well maintained. There was grass for the dogs, and lots of shade trees, fire pits, large spaces to eat and BBQ. Very close to town, nice place to ride bikes, or take walks. There is also a small restaurant to eat at, just in case you don't want to cook. We will definitely stay here again.
Date of Stay: August, 2006
Great get away. Lots of fresh air, green grass, and trees. Quail Valley is a great place to camp. Large campsites, and very clean park. Fire pits at every campsite. Did I mention very well maintained. We love this campground, one of our favorite place to escape to.