Date of Stay: April, 2016
$100 may seem steep, but it is a DEAL during Masters Week. This is the second time we have stayed at Heritage during Masters Week. The location is excellent, owner is responsive and helpful. We feel very secure in this park, even though we are gone all day to Augusta National. Park roads are sand, easy to navigate. The sites are good sized with grass. Since it is sandy soil, don't have to worry about mud anyway. Park is clean, great location and feels very secure.
Date of Stay: April, 2013
If you have not experienced Heritage RV Park, you need to go. The park is beautiful with wide roads and wide spaces. This place was built with big rigs in mind. We stayed here to go to the Masters. We anticipated a crowded chaotic place so close to Augusta National. We were pleasantly surprised with a well managed and maintained RV park. It appears they have made the investment to make the park enjoyable and a place to return to with or without the Masters.
Date of Stay: March, 2011
Very pretty and clean park. The entry is BAD, we had to unhook and back up to make it around the corner. The office looked at me like I was crazy and said not even the 44 foot motorhome had ever had trouble, they couldn't imagine why we did in a 34 foot. I see now in other reviews that others do have trouble. Be careful at the entrance, not sure how a motorhome park gets by with it. We probably would not stay here again unless needed the good location between Tarpon Springs and Tampa again.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
Park is average. Facilities are fairly old but are usually clean and pleasant. We have stayed there five or six times because the location is so convenient for our travels. I don't know if they have raised the rates, this is the first time we stayed in the summer. We paid $43 for a "big rig 50 amp pull through". This is the highest we have paid for anything other than a "resort" park, e.g., Nashville Opryland or something. Average park, high prices.