Date of Stay: March, 2011
We stay here on overnights on our way south each year for the convenience. Sites are large and private from each other, with picnic table and large fire pits. All of the area is dirt/gravel, but sites we have been in are level. Roads allow for big rig access. Will stay 5 nights this year, and see some sights. Baths are clean and with good hot water, but lacking in clothing hooks and benches: pretty bare. Good cable TV and Wi-Fi, and the staff is very attentive.
Date of Stay: February, 2011
We stayed here for a month in a section called the Hammocks. It provides both sun and shade, and is an area of gravel back in sites, both level and semi-private. Spacing between units is very good, so you do not feel crowded at all. Many very friendly people, and the activities are superb. Staff goes out of their way to make you feel welcome. We liked it so much we reserved 2 months next year.
Date of Stay: March, 2010
This is a campground under development. The sites are very nice: level with a concrete patio. Most sites are shaded. The downfall of this campground is the bath. There are only 2 shower stalls for each sex, and the person must step out of the shower stall into the general bathroom in order to dry off. There is no place to hang up a towel or clothes, and it is really a public area. Private only to same sex. Laundry is also lacking space. Quite a drive into Foley, the closest real town.