Date of Stay: March, 2011
This is a beautiful Florida park. Our site was right on the ocean so we could snorkel right in front of our RV. The water was amazingly clear and warm. Sandspur beach has miles of untouched sand beach. Calusa beach is groomed and better for family swimming. The rangers and volunteers are great and happy to answer questions especially about nature in the park. We did experience no-seeums but only a couple of times during our 14 day stay. The breeze kept them at bay the rest. As already stated, you may need an extra hose to reach the water hook up. In order for us to drive nose into our site, a power extension cord was needed. The ocean sites are close to the bridge so there is some traffic noise. The park is full the whole year, so make reservations as early as possible or take a chance at a cancellation.
Date of Stay: January, 2011
We stay here every winter. The quoted rate is for an ocean site with 28% discount for a three month stay. There are no sewer hook ups but they do have a honey wagon for $10, free once a week for long term. The dump station is difficult, but with care you can do it. Cable TV is only available at certain sites through Comcast, not the park. No TV stations within range of your antenna so satellite is a must. Wi-Fi was upgraded with new APs. Deep water boat ramp, take care it is short and fish cleaning station. The Kyle Inn has inexpensive but good breakfast and good dinners Tuesday to Saturday. Tiki bar on the beach is open nightly. There is scheduled entertainment and bingo. The beach has very limited shallow water and drops off sharply and deep. Some of the ocean sites do have access to shallow sandy water but it can be mucky. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They treat us like family. They are working very hard to improve this CG.