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Very nice little park which just opened and is part of the Golf Resort. The sites are all red gravel which gets a little muddy when it rains and a little narrow. The site sizes are ok but the graveled area is a little narrow. You park on gravel but step out onto grass or mud. Wi-Fi worked but was very slow. Overall, a nice start to what can become a very nice little park. A little pricy for what you get but OK for a night or two.

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Stayed two nights using Passport America. Clean, well laid out park with nice pool, laundry room and hiking trail. Arrived around 1:00pm and the office was closed with packet on porch. I never once saw any camp personnel during the two days I was there. The office never opened, no one drove by, nothing. I logged onto their "WiFi" network when I first arrived but was never connected to the internet. So, WiFi? Yes "Internet" NO! If passing through, I would stay here again but only for a night or two. Most of the sites are taken by long term folks several who I saw walking their pets and not cleaning up after them.

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This is a workers park. Mostly TT housing a younger working crowed on a permanent setups. While the park is kept neat and clean, the Wi-Fi advertised does not work, the bathhouse is a small room of the laundry with one toilet and one shower which is quite dated. My "pull Through" site was until I arrived and then another camper was backed in behind me and we shared the same power pole, me 50 amp him 30 amp. No cable and over the air was very poor. When it rains the area I was in was puddle city. Perimeter sites were more spacious but filled with long termers. I was parked in the "field" where my awning almost touched my neighbor and the guy behind me was so close I could barely walk behind my unit. Stay away from this park unless you are looking for cheap long term parking.

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Small 30 or so sites on crushed asphalt same as roads. Plenty of trees for shade with a small opening at the river with a swing and dock if you brought your paddle boat. About 20 miles to downtown Saint Augustine. Free DirecTV box which worked well and best of all, strong wifi which worked great.

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I have been coming to this park for many years and have watched it deteriorate. A large % of the park is now permanent residents and a lot of their sites are really cluttered and trashed out. Campers have green mold growing on them, tarps and trash. Trash put out & not picked up scattered and workampers just drive on by. Sites have become tight because of overgrown bushes which rub your unit while getting in or out of your site. Overhead tree limbs hit top of unit while following the exit streets. Gravel on sites has pushed down into mud so you get muddy sites. No grass, all weeds but they do keep it cut. Bad mosquito problem. I'll not be back if I can find anything else close by.

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A large percentage of the park looks to be long-term / permanent residents and most of them are totally trashed out. Quite a few young folks 20's w/no shirts showing off their tattoos and underwear. Roads are very narrow but navigable (36' 5th Wheel w/ 1 ton long bed dually). They have one pull through site 50 amp E/W/S so I didn't have to disconnect, the rest are all back-ins. Dumpster was emptied while I was there but none of the overflow trash was picked up by the trash truck or by staff, it was still there when I left the next day. They advertise cable TV but not all sites have it, mine didn't and my neighbors said that the only ones with cable are up front. Also, they advertise WiFi, but, it is so weak you can't get a connection. My computer could see it but couldn't access it and I have a long range signal booster that works great at most parks. The place is just a little too dumpy for me, I'll not go back. Also, at the passport rate of $22, who in their right mind would pay $44 to stay there? I don't like giving negative reports but from one RVer to another, you need to be aware.

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Gravel roads, grass sites with some gravel (it rained and I didn't get stuck). About 1/2 full with what looks like migrant workers with a few permanent or long term residents. Easy on/off LA165 about 10 miles north of I-10 and 13 miles from the Coushatta Casino. No problems with electric or water but the WiFi was slow and in & out at times. No cable and over air is real weak. When it rains, no TV. I camped here in a 36' Fifth Wheel.

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Very nice park close to I-10 but without the noise. Very well maintained and friendly staff. Very few shaded sites most are out in the middle of a huge field like setting. Everything worked as claimed, no surprises even Wi-Fi worked great but park was about 80% empty. Definitely a park I would stay at again.

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A very nice will maintained friendly condo park. $48+ first night $24+ second night. Was not told Passport America was not valid on weekends when I made reservations. Not told extra charge for 50amp electric, or extra charge for cable TV. I was told I could keep my toad connected but they have no pull throughs. No bathhouse/restrooms and loud music at bar next to park on Saturday night. OK Sunday night. The park dog runs free. Very friendly but no one picks up after her. We would stay here again if just passing through but they need to quote the full price when reservations are made. Park deserves a higher rating but they need to be honest to get it.

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Great park which I think is overpriced but, when compared to other parks in the "KEYS", it's a good deal. Clean, well maintained and managed. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Park is all gravel except for a small "beach" (not) area for horseshoes. Small Tiki bar on concrete pad next to fish cleaning station. Not appealing for evening cocktails while fish are being cleaned. It was great for morning coffee except for fish carcasses floating around. Boat docking in protected area from Gulf of Mexico bay. No access to water except for small pool which was always full of kids having a great time. We loved watching and hearing the kids having fun but missed some adult time in the pool. We would stay here again if in the area. Rate reflects one week stay.

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Beautiful "Resort", friendly helpful staff, rate is a summer rate and well worth every penny. Stayed 3 nights while we toured Naples, Everglades, and surrounding area.

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We called from the road and were told the passport rate was $20, but they added $5 for 50 amp service. We have a 42 foot motorhome and wanted to park without unhooking our truck and they said no problem. Roads and turns put me in the trees and bushes, hit a picnic table trying to get into my site while the host sat in her golf cart and watched. It's looks like a nice park, but it is definitely not a big rig campground. If you are driving or pulling anything over 35 foot, I would look elsewhere.

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Clean park, very friendly staff, marina, over priced restaurant, nice pool and hot tub, small beach area (with a few dead fish), lots of ants, everywhere. We would stay here again if passing through the area. Oh, the grass is coming back (mostly sticker weeds) after the Great Texas Drought of 2011. I think it is under new ownership or management because it is now a KOA.

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Stopped for the night. Entrance was scary and we should have left. Total mud hole but the owners were not in charge of the weather. Woke to 14" of snow and I-40 closed. Wi-Fi worked about 30 minutes in the morning and then gone. We would not stay here again.

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Beautiful 55 + gated condo community resort. Do not rent from the park, contact site owners and you will get 1/2 off the parks rates.