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States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay:
December, 2008 -
We camped here three months this winter. The activities at this park are terrific. We had a nice shaded campsite. This park is joined with the one next door so we had a lot of facilities to choose from. They have two pools and two large clubhouses full of things to do. One of the pools was down for about 3 weeks, but we used the other one and it was great. The pools were salt water filtered and not chlorine so your skin and suits don't smell when you are done swimming. We have a cell phone so we did not use the free phone, that was down for technical reasons, but they did fix it. If we had wanted, we could have used the other free phone. We liked the ability to use the facilities at the other side of the park too. The dance hall is the biggest we have ever seen and we went to weekly dances and lots of entertainment. The bathrooms were very clean and the grounds were landscaped and manicured. A lot of parks in this area have no trees or grass and you park on gravel. They don't have a lot of activities or facilities like this park either. This park is older but very well maintained and the people are friendly. There are lots of Canadians and Americans. Most everyone got along fine. There was a small group of Canadians that caused some trouble and were asked to leave the park but everyone else was fine. We got a good value for our money and will stay again. They gave us a $100 discount because we were first time guests and in this economy, that was a big help. We camped at Trade Winds RV Resort (55+ park) in a Motorhome.