Date of Stay:
February, 2011 -
This is a great well kept secret. Beautiful RV Park that has been updated recently. We came in on a Tuesday and were the only ones here. A rally came in on Thursday and left by Sunday. We were only going to stay two nights but have been here a week now. Very quiet. If you have a jeep or an ATV this is the place for you. There are miles of trails directly across the road in the Ocala National forest that are designated for ATV's, Jeeps, and Motorcycles. The Florida State Trail is about 4 miles down the road and my husband ran it in both directions (about 14 miles each way). The more people know about this place the better it will be. They have a beautiful clubhouse and pool (not heated). Hopefully the heat will come in the future. Docks are also in the making on the lake (new owner had to apply with the core). The staff is friendly and helpful. We camped here in our 40' diesel pusher and had no problem getting here. Stick to the directions on the web site and don't try to take the FR 74/77. Sandy dirt, great for jeep'n but not for the motorhome. We will definitely be back. We camped at Fort McCoy / Lake Oklawaha KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
May, 2010 -
This is a beautifully landscaped Class A Big Rig only Resort. The pool and hot tub, beautifully landscaped, (did I say that already?) area is directly behind the clubhouse. The club house offers a big screen movie room, a large bar with a catering kitchen area, a huge weight and work out room with a wet/dry sauna, a room for a massage therapist to use, and a business center for residence to use. Very spacious and great for large parties. The manager and has a lot of energy and great fun things planned for everyone including children. We stayed Memorial Day weekend and signed up for two more weeks. We will be returning in July. Some of the sites are sold to private individuals and are decked out with beautiful outdoor kitchens and screened in gazebos. We found the owners as well as renters very pleasant and we were welcomed by all. We camped at Bella Terra RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
January, 2010 -
This Park has all concrete pads with patios. Small clubhouse with big kitchen, laundry room, and bath houses on each end. Sites have good space between each one. Grass areas are well maintained. There is a dog walk area along the perimeter. We stayed here from January till June and paid the monthly rate of $400. Snowbirds begin around October and are all gone by April. Lots of dinners and breakfast once a month during the snowbird season only. We found everyone to be pleasant and welcoming. Most sites are easy to get in and there are a few sites with shade trees. We camped at Coastal Haven RV Resort in a Motorhome.