Date of Stay: April, 2006
This is a really great campground. It is extra clean. The bathrooms are superior. The management is very friendly and you could not ask for anyone to be easier to get along with. Too bad the place is for sale. But do try to enjoy it while it's still there.
Date of Stay: March, 2006
This campground has a very remote setting. They advertise fishing, but it is next to impossible to try to get more than a bass boat launched because of such a narrow channel. Campsites are very close together and set up rather haphazardly. They also emphasize rules on their website, which is one reason we chose it. The rules are only for "outsiders". The regular campers who leave their rigs their and use them on weekends, can play their stereos for the entire campground to hear after the 10pm rule. We saw numerous four-wheelers not parked at the front gate as "ruled," but on the campsite and used every day. Dogs of the regular campers do not have to be leashed. Worst of all, children as young as 6 years old ride golf carts around the camp and even have one or two other young children riding on it with them. We actually watched one very young child slam his golf cart into a telephone pole. Thankfully, he was just shaken up, not hurt. We wondered what would have been said if it had been someone's car. Overall, this camp could be very nice and peaceful if the rules were enforced. We would not return there, as we are not one of the "special" campers, as they were referred to by the owner. Too bad, it could be a nice place in the Ocala National Forest.