Date of Stay: April, 2006
The resort is a tropical wonderland with its tall oaks and beautiful flowering shrubs. Our site was very large and lavishly landscaped, and looked even better after dark with all the accent lighting. The lack of Wi-Fi, however, was a real surprise; surely it should be a feature in a resort of this caliber. There's lots of things to do and see, especially if you're enjoy biking. And dining out--in one of the brochures, there were 240 restaurants listed. We enjoyed our stay and highly recommend this resort.
Date of Stay: February, 2005
This is by far the largest and most luxurious KOA we've seen. The sites surround a nine hole golf course and pond. There's a snack bar, general store, large clubhouse, Shanty Bar on the GC, and two large pools. The adult pool often has live entertainment. There is a section off by itself for park models. The campground is extremely well kept; standards are high and the rules are enforced. I would have given this a 10 if the wireless worked. Considering how WiFi is advertised on the website, this was a real letdown. Other than that, we really liked this place and will come back next year provided the WiFi is up and running.