Date of Stay: October, 2016
This campground is in a wooded area with lots of trees immediately off the roads on both sides of the winding roads to get to your campsite. Although the park advertises it has big rig access, this is a lie. The trees are so close to the winding road that big rigs cannot make it through without hitting some trees. I damage a window awning. It also only has 30 amp electrical hookups and not 50. I will not be back with my 40 foot motorhome.
Date of Stay: June, 2013
Finding this park was a bit confusing. The entry sign is for the golf course and has nothing on it to indicate that you must drive through the golf course to get to the RV Park. Sites are tight to back into for 40-ft motorhomes. My site only had 30 amp power, but it worked OK. Water and sewer were good. This park provided a good home location for seeing the area. I probably would stay here again, now that I know how to find the park.
Date of Stay: January, 2011
We camped here for 3 nights while we were visiting the Keys. The park location is great for that, as it is located right off US 1 about half way out to Key West. I thought it was a little expensive as there were no Passport America sites available, so we ended up on the seawall in spot 169. All of the seawall sites (most expensive) are right on the gulf water and are very scenic. However, our site had very poor cable TV reception and the AC voltage was constantly fluctuating between 117 and 105 just before causing the electrical management system in the motor home to reset the breakers. The AC power in the park is not very strong and we could only use one appliance at a time. The restrooms and showers are located on the first floor of an old hotel unit next to the office. Although they were fairly clean, they were very small and had shower curtains for stall doors. I suspect this was because if they used a solid stall door, they would be too small to use. There are two stalls, but one was always clogged when I visited the Men's room. I will not return to this park.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
We camped here for two nights. This park has it all. You really need the map to get around, since it's so huge. All sites have paved patios and room to put out your canopy, if desired. The restrooms and showers were the best that I have seen anywhere, except there was a problem with the women's shower drain. This is the only reason I didn't give this park a 10. I will stay here the next time I'm here in Mesa. Great park with lots of amenities and activities.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
We stayed here for one night as we were passing through. Although the park advertises being pet friendly, the park rules state that you have to take you pets off property for them to do their business. We were traveling with two small dogs and the owner complained to us because one of them peed on the rocks on the way to pet area across the street out of the park. I guess the owner expects you to be able to tell your dog to hold it until you can get out of the park first. The sites are really close together, without any grass. I would advise anyone having pets to find another campground. If we pass through this area again, we won't stay in this park again.