Date of Stay: August, 2010
I've stayed here long-term for my third time. The park manager is a fair, no-nonsense former marine; he is willing to work with you, just don't be unreasonable. The spots are about 13' wide and 75' long, and all the spots I have seen are pull-through. I've had no problem parking a car in front and behind the RV (ours is 36'). If you have a 40' rig, be prepared to unhook your towed vehicle and ask for advise to get to your spot, as the smoothest path to your space is probably the most direct route. Google Maps is your friend. The wireless internet comes and goes, but it is good enough for email, causal browsing and social networking, but forget video streaming.
Date of Stay: March, 2010
You'll pay a premium for the view and the reputation. I wouldn't say it is the 'Ritz of all RV resorts' as they claim, but the location is nice. Parking your RV is not too difficult, but except for the premium spots the spaces are separated by chain fences, and are about 12' wide and 38' deep, barely enough the get your awning set up. You can park a vehicle in front of your rig, but a second car will cost you $90 for a monthly pass. Wireless internet completely blows. The connection speeds are awful, the reliability is poor, and it is often unavailable for long stretches at a time. I had better luck getting internet by tethering from my phone. The summer tourists make the place hellishly difficult to live in, unless you like to party until 3am, drinking and partying. Prices also nearly double during the summer months. There is security and grounds staff visible regularly. The staff is friendly, and the weather and surroundings are beautiful. It is pricey, but a great way to live near the beach, except during the summer.