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Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay:
October, 2017 -
We stay here when we need a few days away. Nice place to relax and have a few drinks while sitting in the hot tub. Rented a golf cart, so we could ride around looking at the new motorhomes. Golf cart cost more than camping. We were there to hand out candy to the Trick or Treaters. We were given site 173, the sewer was an up hill run. This was a cheap site. We were sent to site 199 nice and level. Of course it cost more. Cannot recommend this park to families. Nothing for kids to do. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Motorhome.
There are 2 truck stops and a few chain restaurants, Lazy Days does not allow their golf carts to go to the Flying J which is next door. Apparently this rule doesn't apply to there employees, as my wife and I watched their employees driving back and forth. Lazy Days does give Breakfast and Lunch at their sales center. The pool side bar is not open Sundays and opens at 15:00 when open. Food is tasty and the drinks are wonderful. Don't be fooled; the primary reason for this place is to sell RV's.