Date of Stay: August, 2015
Very nice folks Che ked me in and led us to our site. Level pad, gravel. Great power and water with sewage. A bit of noise from the highway but bearable. Wifi was very weak. OK for an overnight stay.
Date of Stay: July, 2013
We stayed for 7 days. The staff was adequate size, friendly, and accommodating, and there was a nice office with store. Walking ease is 7/10 because of some hills; gravel roads. Pool is saltwater. Playground is basic. General park ambiance was mediocre. There's a view of hills and lake on some sites. The park is in a central location for the tri-cities; 9 miles to each city. Noise level is good with no highway sound. No active train tracks close by. No shaded sites makes for a hot stay in summer months. Distance to food store and shopping is 2 miles. Distance to medical help is good. Urgent care - 3 mi. Hospital - 11 mi. Vet. - 2 mi. Park access off 4-lane road is good, and they have a well placed park sign. Park roads are aggregate & wide. Landscaping and grounds maintenance is only fair. Premium sites only have views. Trash removal is at your site anytime during daylight hours. Great for folks with pets. Restrooms were clean. Wi-fi was free, fast & reliable except in the evenings. I use a booster. No password required. Cable TV was good. Satellite view is perfect at most sites. Cell phone strength with AT&T was 3 bars without booster. Water pressure was low at 30psi on my site #35, but two sites share one connection. Not cool! My site size was not spacious and was paved with gravel. Cost was $28.50/night with the weekly rate and FMCA discount. Permanent residents represented estimated 15% of total sites. We generally had a good feeling about our stay here. We felt safe. Busy place, great staff, nice family atmosphere. We will come back to this campground. We are 65+ with two small dogs. Be aware that the park sells out during the Bristol races nearby. Park has grill/restaurant on site for sandwiches and light meals.
Date of Stay: January, 2013
We stayed here for a week with some other snowbirds. We love Destin but usually stay at another park. This park has loud construction sites on both sides of the park. The workers using large generators started them about 6 in the morning. The amenities are just OK. This park is definitely not worth the price they are charging. The manager said the going rate during the on season was $109.00. I about dropped my drawers. Not worth the price. Try another place instead. Lovely!
Date of Stay: December, 2012
A bit hard to find because the address on (non rv park) web site is wrong. Well worth the trouble. Owner and manager went out of their way to accommodate us and even loaned me their battery charger. No club discounts and no credit cards but a great value. Excellent place for an overnight rest and even for a long term stay. Only a few permanent residents and the park was run well. Surrounded by farm fields and we felt very safe.
Date of Stay: February, 2012
Nice for an overnight. One half mile off interstate 10 and quiet. Many full time residents. Full pull-through, which was convenient with a toad. Campground is old and set behind then owners' house. Roads were partially paved but sites were close together. Water, sewer, power and cable were good. Wi-Fi was OK using a booster antenna in the coach.
Date of Stay: February, 2012
No landscaping and loose dogs in the campground. Wi-Fi did not work. Water, sewer and electric were fine. Location is not convenient to interstate travel. Facilities were overall run-down. We would not return.