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Helpful Reviews: 1
Date of Stay:
June, 2017 -
The staff were very friendly and helpful, the grounds were neat and clean as were their restroom facilities. The pick-up and drop-off at the campground by Old Town Trolley Tours was an unexpected plus. Now for some of the things we didn't like. We requested a spot near the restrooms, but the ladies' restroom was closed for remodeling...so we were close, but couldn't use it. Drove over to the other restroom in the laundry building, it was closed for cleaning, which it was a lot. We went to the office to ask about the camp store, to pick up a few necessities like milk, O.J., eggs, snacks. We were told that they didn't have one but there was a Publix a few miles away. The sites were tiny and offered no privacy whatsoever. We couldn't sit outside anyway because the mosquitoes were horrible. Most private campgrounds that I've stayed at use foggers to reduce the bug population. In their defense, they are new owners and they appear to be trying to correct many of the negatives that were present under the previous owners. IMHO, I think that widening the sites and planting some fauna between sites would go a long way. Also purchase a mosquito fogger and mount it on the back of one of their golf carts. We camped at Compass RV Park (formerly Indian Forest Campground) in a Tent Trailer.
Be sure to take advantage of the Old Town Trolley campground shuttle, it's an awesome service.