Date of Stay: April, 2008
This is a convenient park located just a block from the Flying J fuel station. It has full hook ups with long pull throughs on hard sand. The lots are a little close but not bad, particularly for an overnighter. There is no view at all, just warehouses or small businesses. The folks that run it are nice and congenial. There is a store that is open until 6:00 pm. You get one free movie rental with the rental of a site. The entry way coming into the campground needs to be repaired; you will drag your hitch when entering the main road. Navigation is well thought out otherwise and is an easy in and out. Camping fee is a little stiff for just an overnight stay. The park is open all year around. Would use it again.
Date of Stay: October, 2007
Quiet park with huge oak shade trees. Trees are trimmed back so no damage is likely to RV. The sites are mostly grass. Roads are paved. Some sites were not to level. Difficult to determine exactly where site boundaries are. This would make a great overnight park. Would also be great for a place to take kids in the hot months as there is a beautiful swimming pool very close to the campground. Celina is a nice progressive town with lots to do. Good restaurants close by. Full shopping close by and of course the huge Grand Lake about a mile away for fishing and boating. The price is right for these days.
Date of Stay: September, 2007
We found this park to be very unorganized and with out hard stands, even gravel on most sites. It is primarily a long term permanent type establishment. There are a few grass sites for daily campers. It is too far out to be a convenient overnight stop. Most sites do not have sewer hook ups. The shade sites are just unbelievable in how shoddy they look. With old campers dating back into the 60's and not in great repair. We left immediately.
Date of Stay: March, 2007
We found this to be a very nice clean well kept little campground. The mobile home sites are completely separated from the RV sites. Most are pull through and full hook ups. It is close to I-75, but I did not find the noise a problem at all. I did have a problem with the 50 amp outlet, but the 30 amp worked fine. One does not need cable, as TV is very good off antenna. There is a swimming pool and sufficient amenities to make a satisfactory stay. Roads are good, asphalt parking for the RV. It does need either a paved area around entrance doors or at least gravel in the event it rains. It is nicely wooded, but trees are not a navigation problem within the park. I would stay here again without hesitation. We were warmly greeted and shown to our site even though the office was closed for the day. It is an easy in and easy out campground. Situated just off Exit 201 and west 1/4 mile.
Date of Stay: February, 2006
This is one of the last remaining true RV Resorts in the State of Florida. No permanents or park models save two for the staff. One of the friendliest resorts anywhere. The management is TOPs, and maintain a very nice park. It has one major drawback and that is the effluent disposal plant. It is in a poor location and is over worked. Needs replacing. Stores, restaurants, shopping centers, Historic places are all with in a very short distance. However, one needs a conveyance to reach them as they are 5-6 miles away. The River should be better developed for esthetic reasons, after all it is the center piece of the resort, as well as recreational. They have done some things to this end, ie, new boat docks, new fishing docks.
Date of Stay: April, 2005
This campground is well run, but is becomming primarily a trailer park. It is still a good overnighter, but you will be parked right in with the permanents, who always have too many vehicles and burn rings setting around. There is no scenary anywhere. Restaurants are within walking distance. Many fuel sources at this exit. WIFI is important or some connectivity source for a computer, this place does not seem to have any. The management does not have expertise in this field. When questioned they simply do not know. I have used this c/g many times enroute, each visit there are more permanents.
Date of Stay: April, 2005
Nice owners, very accommodating. Inside roads need work, narrow and almost non-existant pavement. New sites were very good, level, well planned, good length and width. Easy to get out of early in the morning. Full hook ups, plus cable TV at each site. Water spigots heated by cable. Scenary is not great, but clear of trees for satellite TV. Pizza parlor on site, free delivery to RV convenience. This RV park is a great overnighter and close enough to Atlanta to get an early start of traffic congestion. A little pricey.
Date of Stay: January, 2005
This is a great campground for snowbirds heading N/S on I-75. Easy in and out with good pull throughs, albeit, they are a little tight. It is a pleasant c/g with a lake and domestic animals. Places to eat are with in walking distance. Propane is available. However, if you do not need a fair amount of propane, be advised you will be charged a minimum of $5.00 and it is not posted as such. Some guy rides around in a golf cart and makes sure the road ways are kept clear. It is essential, since the roads are extremely narrow and twisty. This is a very old campground. I saw no provisions for computer hook up and it is not mentioned in their brochure you receive when you check in. Most RVers today require some kind of computer hook up. I will return, as it is a great overnight location.