Date of Stay: April, 2006
This is an immaculate KOA very conveniently located to WDW and shopping both on 192 and 535. The staff is incredibly helpful, after driving us to site even offered to help with hookups. WiFi still has a lousy signal, but our external USB WiFi antenna solved that problem. Entrance is very narrow and almost impossible to turn right into without going into the far left lane (we turned around in Sam's parking lot). Turns are tight but negotiable and you are very close to neighbor unless you have the top-of-the-line patio site with patio furniture and chiminea(?).
Date of Stay: February, 2006
We booked two months at this Resort nine months ago, and we have not been disappointed. Other than the distance to the beach and shopping, and traffic, it is fantastic. Definitely geared toward seniors (and dog-owners). Everything is immaculate, the concrete pads are huge, and as of today the WiFi is working in our area. There are tons of planned activities, a fantastic club house, two pools and two hot tubs.
Date of Stay: January, 2006
We chose this campground because of its proximity to Walt Disney World and because we could not get into Fort Wilderness. The park was fairly well kept with nice vegetation and the pond was fun to look at but yielded not fish. The interior roads are very narrow and difficult to navigate, the laundry facilities are dirty and many machines are broken. But our biggest complaint was the lack of a WiFi signal at our campsite. When we head home we will stop in Orlando but will not stay here.