Date of Stay: August, 2007
Grand Lake RV & Golf Resort is a beautiful resort, with many amenities. However, waking up our first morning there, all was not what it seemed. Even though there is a sign posted stating clearly that there is night time security, we soon learned from nearby RVers that during the night various vehicles had been broken into. Golf cart enclosures & motorcycle covers had been unzipped and several cargo trailers had been rifled through. Golf cart(s) were stolen, and even a car was stolen! They have a security gate at the entrance which is not being used for whatever reason. I also counted numerous golf carts parked at various sites with big signs that say 'Security' on them, but I haven't seen any of these security people riding around at night. I'm not sure if they are not doing their job, or if maybe the resort owners / managers don't pay them to patrol at night. I was also told that this is the third time in 12 months that this has happened, the last 2 times several RV's were broken into, some while the owners were inside, sleeping! As nice as Grand Lake is, I will not be staying here again unless I know that some security measures are being implemented. This is a very rural & somewhat isolated resort, and for it to have no security measures in force, as well as scarce street lighting is just asking for trouble.
Date of Stay: April, 2007
Inter - coastal waterway at the rear of the park, the Atlantic Ocean just across A1A, fishing, shelling, boating, a great place!
Date of Stay: January, 2007
I like this place. It feels like camping in the 'real Florida'. The jacuzzi is wonderful as are the shady sites. They need more golf cart rentals, though. I think they only have 3 or 4. We also stayed here in previous years, when they have the concerts. Trace Adkins, Travis Tritt. Will definitely stay again.