Date of Stay: March, 2015
We stayed here on a freebie from the Tampa RV Show and couldn't have been happier. Our site was in The Glenn section which has large sites that could handle any size rig. 50 amp electrical was good and the sites were grassy and road were paved. This section was near a busy road so there is a little road noise, but we didn't find it a problem. This area of Florida is not far from the Caloosahatche River, Fort Myers, orange groves, and sugar cane fields. The park is friendly and though we didn't partake, the activity calendar was full. We would stay again.
Date of Stay: September, 2013
Poor signage, but just pull in the fairgrounds and stop at the office. If no one is in the office, you can pick up a payment envelope. Then drive on and you'll see FHU sites (pull-through) to your left and E/W sites to your left and straight back. $25 for FHU and $20 for E/W. We were the only rig in the park so we had our pick of sites. Pretty level and grassy, this worked well for us. The shortcoming of this park is that it is a fairgrounds with trash blowing around and too many flies. But, for the price and services (50 amp), it is well worth it.
Date of Stay: August, 2013
This campground is a field behind the casino. Drive through the gas station and go to the pull-through hookups in the grassy field. These hookups have water and 50 amp at each site. There are other hookups behind the hotel, but you'll want to use these. There were about 6 wide sites in this location, but we were the only rig there. The sites aren't real level, but we were able to keep our fifth wheel hooked up with no problem. Lots of room and wide sites. At $10 (pay in hotel) for an overnight stay, this campground was fine.